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(@dobbshead)
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I've been mulling the idea that Charlie is Audrey.  Like, he is a side of her that she is very resentful of.  She debates herself and part of her wants one thing, then the other part changes its mind - he's somewhat small and weak.  It's not quite right, but it doesn't sit right with me that he be her psychotherapist, or he's her real husband.

I fell ok about pocket universes and Sex Magick rituals and trapping Judy, but this Audrey thing is still tantalizingly mysterious.  

If I can change topics - What does it mean that Mr. C. was able to 1. predict when his food was about to arrive, 2. Haywire the prison phone system and 3. Kill Jack via cheek manipulations, or 4. break a guy's face with punch -  Is he wise to the ways of the occult and is super strong, or is he supernatural?  Or are those two the same thing?   

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Posted : 01/10/2017 10:54 pm
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Posted by: Joseph McMurty

I've been mulling the idea that Charlie is Audrey.  Like, he is a side of her that she is very resentful of.  She debates herself and part of her wants one thing, then the other part changes its mind - he's somewhat small and weak.  It's not quite right, but it doesn't sit right with me that he be her psychotherapist, or he's her real husband.

I fell ok about pocket universes and Sex Magick rituals and trapping Judy, but this Audrey thing is still tantalizingly mysterious.  

If I can change topics - What does it mean that Mr. C. was able to 1. predict when his food was about to arrive, 2. Haywire the prison phone system and 3. Kill Jack via cheek manipulations, or 4. break a guy's face with punch -  Is he wise to the ways of the occult and is super strong, or is he supernatural?  Or are those two the same thing?   

Interesting idea re Audrey and Charlie.  You might have something there!

I think Mr C is able to do all those things because he's not real. A supernatural being. A doppelganger. 

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Topic starter Posted : 01/10/2017 11:42 pm
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Ep 14

Megan played by Shane Lynch (daughter?) And Sophie in the roadhouse talking. I don't know which is which but one says she's Tinas daughter. The other girl tells her to stay away from the nuthouse..... where Audrey is???

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Topic starter Posted : 02/10/2017 12:35 am
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Posted by: Julie Loader

Ep 14

Megan played by Shane Lynch (daughter?) And Sophie in the roadhouse talking. I don't know which is which but one says she's Tinas daughter. The other girl tells her to stay away from the nuthouse..... where Audrey is???

Shane Lynch is actually David Lynch's wife not his daughter.  It could be that Audrey is in this psychiatric hospital where we saw her last.  It is hard to work out whether what we saw in the Roadhouse scenes was either in Audrey's head or in fact were real events happening in Twin Peaks as there is some cross over between actual events that happened and things that maybe in her head. 

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Posted : 02/10/2017 5:14 am
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Hi Julie,
 
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Posted by: Grant Pettigrew

Something that caught my attention when reading The Secret History of Twin Peaks was that when Jack Parsons was found after the explosion which killed him, one of his arms was missing. I've wondered if this was inspiration for the One-armed Man character ?

And Dougies left arm went numb.....

Among many others who somehow or another acquired anesthetized arms:  Teresa Banks, Cooper, Pete Martell, an anonymous woman at the diner, Ronette, Laura and possibly Cole.  =:-O

😉

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Posted : 02/10/2017 11:00 am
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Posted by: Andrew Glasson
Posted by: Julie Loader

Ep 14

Megan played by Shane Lynch (daughter?) And Sophie in the roadhouse talking. I don't know which is which but one says she's Tinas daughter. The other girl tells her to stay away from the nuthouse..... where Audrey is???

Shane Lynch is actually David Lynch's wife not his daughter.  

Nope. David Lynch's wife is Emily Stofle. She was in that scene at the Roadhouse playing Sophie's character. Shane Lynch (no relation with DL, I think) was playing Megan (Tina's daughter).

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Posted : 02/10/2017 11:15 am
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Posted by: Grant Pettigrew
Posted by: Steve Moss

The Diane & Marjorie Cameron discovery is very cool. 

"But as time went by Parsons assumed another function in Cameron’s life as he gradually became her magical mentor. He renamed her Candida, recommended books, prescribed rituals and meditative practices to deal with her depressions. When Jack Parsons died in an explosion at the age of thirty-seven, Cameron was left alone, wondering whether she was human or not. "

Something that caught my attention when reading The Secret History of Twin Peaks was that when Jack Parsons was found after the explosion which killed him, one of his arms was missing. I've wondered if this was inspiration for the One-armed Man character ?

Wild Idea - What if Jack Parsons is the One-Armed Man? They look similar. They both say the Fire Walk With Me Poem. 

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Posted : 02/10/2017 12:41 pm
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Posted by: OctavioLemos
Posted by: Andrew Glasson
Posted by: Julie Loader

Ep 14

Megan played by Shane Lynch (daughter?) And Sophie in the roadhouse talking. I don't know which is which but one says she's Tinas daughter. The other girl tells her to stay away from the nuthouse..... where Audrey is???

Shane Lynch is actually David Lynch's wife not his daughter.  

Nope. David Lynch's wife is Emily Stofle. She was in that scene at the Roadhouse playing Sophie's character. Shane Lynch (no relation with DL, I think) was playing Megan (Tina's daughter).

I got that mixed up then.  I knew his wife played the elder woman in the table scene I presumed it was the Megan character played by Shane Lynch.

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Posted : 02/10/2017 1:21 pm
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Ep17

Laura says to James (in flashback) " the good Laura left. It's just me now" Tulpa?doppelganger? 

After seeing Cooper in the bushes " He got out!" Remembering seeing him in red room?

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Topic starter Posted : 02/10/2017 4:44 pm
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Andy is shown pole 6 in his trip to Fireman's room.

Why? He didn't need to see it.

Possiblyimportant for next season? (Please please)

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Topic starter Posted : 02/10/2017 4:59 pm
(@arcadesonfire)
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I don't know which thread had all the discussion about the Judy/ace of spades circular owl cave symbol, but this caught my eye at work today:

A cartographic mystery.

 

It's a (proposed-to-be) 17th century painting. I was walking down the hall, and this is the cover to one of my company's Shakespeare anthologies. That symbol we're now all obsessed with--an ink blot with two horns(??)--really is a Rorschach test. We could see so much in it. Someone brought up in the thread I can't now find how the FBI symbol is circular with two "horns" down below. Well! The US DHS symbol is vertically mirrored, with those two flag ends up on top!... I don't think that specifically is at all what Lynch had in mind; I'm just saying, we could see a lot in this Judy ink blot--and that's probably what Lynch wanted.

The thing that especially caught my eye about this painting of the globe within a foolscap is how Antarctica can appear to be smiling, Cheshire cat-style smiling--just like a certain Sarah Palmer when she showed us what's inside.

Either Twin Peaks itself is a giant Rorschach test and those of us who love it will always find things that seem tied closely to it, OR it's a supernatural holy entity that rules the earth. Think about that.

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Posted : 03/10/2017 1:11 pm
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Posted by: Jesse Newkirk

I don't know which thread had all the discussion about the Judy/ace of spades circular owl cave symbol, but this caught my eye at work today:

A cartographic mystery.

 

It's a (proposed-to-be) 17th century painting. I was walking down the hall, and this is the cover to one of my company's Shakespeare anthologies. That symbol we're now all obsessed with--an ink blot with two horns(??)--really is a Rorschach test. We could see so much in it. Someone brought up in the thread I can't now find how the FBI symbol is circular with two "horns" down below. Well! The US DHS symbol is vertically mirrored, with those two flag ends up on top!... I don't think that specifically is at all what Lynch had in mind; I'm just saying, we could see a lot in this Judy ink blot--and that's probably what Lynch wanted.

The thing that especially caught my eye about this painting of the globe within a foolscap is how Antarctica can appear to be smiling, Cheshire cat-style smiling--just like a certain Sarah Palmer when she showed us what's inside.

Either Twin Peaks itself is a giant Rorschach test and those of us who love it will always find things that seem tied closely to it, OR it's a supernatural holy entity that rules the earth. Think about that.

OMG! What an awesome find!I bet that's where they got the idea from. Bravo!

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Topic starter Posted : 03/10/2017 1:38 pm
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Posted by: Jesse Newkirk

I don't know which thread had all the discussion about the Judy/ace of spades circular owl cave symbol, but this caught my eye at work today:

A cartographic mystery.

 

It's a (proposed-to-be) 17th century painting. I was walking down the hall, and this is the cover to one of my company's Shakespeare anthologies. That symbol we're now all obsessed with--an ink blot with two horns(??)--really is a Rorschach test. We could see so much in it. Someone brought up in the thread I can't now find how the FBI symbol is circular with two "horns" down below. Well! The US DHS symbol is vertically mirrored, with those two flag ends up on top!... I don't think that specifically is at all what Lynch had in mind; I'm just saying, we could see a lot in this Judy ink blot--and that's probably what Lynch wanted.

The thing that especially caught my eye about this painting of the globe within a foolscap is how Antarctica can appear to be smiling, Cheshire cat-style smiling--just like a certain Sarah Palmer when she showed us what's inside.

Either Twin Peaks itself is a giant Rorschach test and those of us who love it will always find things that seem tied closely to it, OR it's a supernatural holy entity that rules the earth. Think about that.

GENIUS! TPTR a giant Rorschach blotch. That makes more sense to me that anything else I've seen, read, or thought of.

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Posted : 03/10/2017 4:23 pm
(@arcadesonfire)
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When I've got time to write something eloquent, I'll return to Samx's thread about "maybe there's no one single explanation," because that's pretty much my take. I mean, I think we are set up with clues and patterns that could legitimately support a number of explanations. And that guy Damon Lindelof (I need to watch The Leftovers I guess) when he said that TPTR is not meant to be a Torah, but instead it is a Talmud: a living document in which people can find different tales and different life lessons as we commune over it.

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Posted : 03/10/2017 4:32 pm
(@arcadesonfire)
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Posted by: Julie Loader
Posted by: Jesse Newkirk

I don't know which thread had all the discussion about the Judy/ace of spades circular owl cave symbol, but this caught my eye at work today:

A cartographic mystery.

 

It's a (proposed-to-be) 17th century painting. I was walking down the hall, and this is the cover to one of my company's Shakespeare anthologies. That symbol we're now all obsessed with--an ink blot with two horns(??)--really is a Rorschach test. We could see so much in it. Someone brought up in the thread I can't now find how the FBI symbol is circular with two "horns" down below. Well! The US DHS symbol is vertically mirrored, with those two flag ends up on top!... I don't think that specifically is at all what Lynch had in mind; I'm just saying, we could see a lot in this Judy ink blot--and that's probably what Lynch wanted.

The thing that especially caught my eye about this painting of the globe within a foolscap is how Antarctica can appear to be smiling, Cheshire cat-style smiling--just like a certain Sarah Palmer when she showed us what's inside.

Either Twin Peaks itself is a giant Rorschach test and those of us who love it will always find things that seem tied closely to it, OR it's a supernatural holy entity that rules the earth. Think about that.

OMG! What an awesome find!I bet that's where they got the idea from. Bravo!

Thinking about it more, maybe Lynch really truly was inspired by a foolscap; it would make perfect sense to then put the Judy blot on a playing card--like this card is more evil than a joker. I think the Cheshire Cat smile is just total luck.... maybe I should join Twitter, send this image @ Mark Frost's handle and see what happens. 

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Posted : 03/10/2017 9:42 pm
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