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musicians use the checkerboard theme often in cover art and videos, here is a classic...



note the walls aren't perfect, there more like a crossword puzzle, a source of conflict for Grand Mothers everywhere*
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* No offense against non-Grand Mothers of any age or sex :-)


Tue Aug 02, 2011 12:18 am
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Synchromystic coolness ... watched Speed starring Keanu Reeves/Sandra Bullock yesterday and came across some "checkerboard variations" that is used.

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We have for example a simple pullover that can be the symbol

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The bus is marked as well

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Interestingly I also came across the crossword puzzle :)


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Tue Aug 02, 2011 1:26 pm
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Okay Leonard, this one's for you :!:


I found this bit of crossword history and had to post it...



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Crossword puzzles in World War II

In 1944 Allied security officers were disturbed by the appearance, in a series of crosswords in The Daily Telegraph, of words that were secret code names for military operations planned as part of Operation Overlord. "Utah" (the code name for one of the landing sites) appeared in a puzzle on May 2, 1944. Subsequent puzzles included the landing site "Omaha" and "Mulberry"; the secret artificial harbours.

On June 2, four days before the invasion, the puzzle included both "Neptune" (the naval operations plan) and "Overlord". The author of the puzzles, a schoolteacher named Leonard Dawe, was interviewed. The investigators concluded that the appearance of the words was not an attempt to pass messages.



Wed Aug 03, 2011 1:06 am
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Central Scrutinizer wrote:
Okay Leonard, this one's for you :!:


I found this bit of crossword history and had to post it...



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Crossword puzzles in World War II

In 1944 Allied security officers were disturbed by the appearance, in a series of crosswords in The Daily Telegraph, of words that were secret code names for military operations planned as part of Operation Overlord. "Utah" (the code name for one of the landing sites) appeared in a puzzle on May 2, 1944. Subsequent puzzles included the landing site "Omaha" and "Mulberry"; the secret artificial harbours.

On June 2, four days before the invasion, the puzzle included both "Neptune" (the naval operations plan) and "Overlord". The author of the puzzles, a schoolteacher named Leonard Dawe, was interviewed. The investigators concluded that the appearance of the words was not an attempt to pass messages.



I've been exposed!!!!!

Actually, I chose that name for the reason that the real Leonard Dawe had posted synch clues ahead of the D-Day invasion. Using that principle I had hoped to foretell of other synch events by uncovering synchromystical clues in the same way.


Sun Aug 07, 2011 7:45 pm
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The Three Musketeers in 3D



This trailer includes flying zeppelins and checkerboard patterns during conflict.

Did I mention it was produced by "Constantin Film"?

It all falls together nicely now doesn't it?


Mon Oct 10, 2011 7:23 am
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Re:3 Muskateers/checkerboard.... hmmm...yes..msg seems to be:

"War is what we do."


Mon Oct 10, 2011 5:34 pm
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Three expands Two a dimension:

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Four expands Three a dimension:

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It looks like we're getting there:

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Hegel said each paradigm is ushered in when the paradox of two opposite views is lifted up (aufheben) by a third. There is a very colorful checkerboard to the right of my reply window.

[Admin/mods, I apologize for posting multiple times in succession. I seem to be unable to edit my posts. Feel free to do so if you'd like.]

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Find this helpful if I need to edit (only way to 'edit' as far as I know...copy first, remove and then repost with edits). More info here:
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HOW TO REMOVE A POST ONCE YOU HAVE POSTED IT

If you goof up and post something by accident, you can remove it - sometimes.

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If you click the [ X ], you can get rid of it!


But only if someone else hasn't posted after you in that thread. If you post after yourself on that thread, you can delete all kinds of things. But if someone else has posted after you, you're sunk.


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