SPOILER: The house out on the purple waves  

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(@eindino)
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Making some research I've found some info about a place called The Mauve Zone from Kenneth Grant's imaginery (first person to associate Western Occultism/Magick with the alien abduction phenomena and the first to really emphasize the role of Jack Parsons in the history of occultism):

"A self-contained world at the very edge of reality between what we can experience (as human beings) and what we can only conceive of as "non-existence".

Grant believed that magical manipulation of our reality could be done with the help of alien beings in the Mauve Zone, that it could be visited in a particular kind of sleep (such as a coma), that there were beings there we might consider monsters, and that it sent messages to our reality via phenomenon.

The Mauve Zone is the source of meaningful coincidences, synchronicity, and "happy accidents" in our world.

One of the main entities associated with The Mauve Zone, however, is constantly referred to as "the daughter.""

You can check the cover page of his book called "Beyond the Mauve Zone". Maybe there is a clue in it.

Is this new info? Sorry in case of not and sorry for my english

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Posted : 26/06/2017 9:20 am
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(@izmarkie)
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Posted by: Aaron C. Wade

It's coming together in little pieces for me, but I think I've finally come to some matter of understanding about that house on the mountain in the middle of the purple ocean. That seems to be the White Lodge. It's the place where the Giant seems to reside, and he's the one who sends out the spirit of Laura to Earth as a counterpoint to the evil of Bob that is released. And as seen in Episode 3 of the Return, not all is good in the White Lodge now that something (possibly 'Mother') is a constant threat. 

I thought BOB is the evil in the white lodge that the giant speaks of , and he locked the door and sent the lady with no eyes to trick Coop when he shows up. She convinces him to go on the roof and she flips the knife switch, which I figure changes his return path from his real body into the path into Dougie's. You see that the numbers are different when he comes back down. Maybe the lady when he comes back into the room was also sent by Bob, but I figure the one banging on the door is trying to set things straight for Coop and send him back to the right place, but BOB has locked the white lodge residents out of the room.

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Posted : 27/06/2017 10:20 am
(@jason_brown)
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Posted by: Emilio Bianchi

Making some research I've found some info about a place called The Mauve Zone from Kenneth Grant's imaginery (first person to associate Western Occultism/Magick with the alien abduction phenomena and the first to really emphasize the role of Jack Parsons in the history of occultism):

"A self-contained world at the very edge of reality between what we can experience (as human beings) and what we can only conceive of as "non-existence".

Grant believed that magical manipulation of our reality could be done with the help of alien beings in the Mauve Zone, that it could be visited in a particular kind of sleep (such as a coma), that there were beings there we might consider monsters, and that it sent messages to our reality via phenomenon.

The Mauve Zone is the source of meaningful coincidences, synchronicity, and "happy accidents" in our world.

One of the main entities associated with The Mauve Zone, however, is constantly referred to as "the daughter.""

You can check the cover page of his book called "Beyond the Mauve Zone". Maybe there is a clue in it.

Is this new info? Sorry in case of not and sorry for my english

Very nice description / find. I've read about similar ideas and themes in other literature as well, such as Lovecraft, Crowley, etc.

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Posted : 27/06/2017 1:45 pm
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