From: Adam Marshall Dobrin <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Jun 26, 2017 at 11:45 AM
Subject: C the L, like Jacob is "no mouth" it means "not the enemy" .. but so much more. #sudozenon
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According to folk etymology, Deucalion's name comes from δεῦκος, deukos, a variant of γλεῦκος, gleucos, i.e. "sweet new wine, must, sweetness" and ἁλιεύς, haliéus, i.e. "sailor, seaman, fisher". His wife Pyrrha's name is derived from the adjective πυρρός, -ά, -όν, pyrrhós, -á, -ón, i.e. "flame-colored, orange".
Do you ever see patterns in the noise, a message appearing from chaos? This is the Matrix.
Do you see the word "ark" backwards in 'T'okra, or "doors" in Dorothy? Maybe something similar in "toto" and in hearing song after song about the Plagues of Exodus in the music of the Doors. In Clark Kent, and the word "darkness" something about our alphabet, about language itself turns "cl" into see the "creator's light" is hidden in th darkness. It's the word "disclose" and the patterns flow from the symbols we call letters all the way to present day companies, movies, and each and every one of our names. d is cl, and Isaac's Apple in "man" Eden is a company, a person, and a phrase, "what goes up must come down" tucked away and hidden in the letter "n" until we glimpse the question that drives me "are you new to N?"
a) eb) ylc) od) ewt
e) o s