Sunflower Diaries: Cryptology Applied to James Bond, Slumdog Millionaire, Captain America, Dick Tracy, and the Harlem Shake, Volume 21 by Rod Island - Read Online
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Volume 21 came late published on 2/28 of 2013, which is 5 days after Volume 20 published on 2/22 of 2013. It covers some news articles from between 2/23 to 2/28 of 2013. This was one of the least favorite volumes in this series to write. It took too long to write in keeping up with the Associated Press Feed so I lost out on numerous articles in a span of 5 days that could have been submitted as evidence that there's a Planetary RSS Feed that can produce information 24 to 48 hours before it surfaces in the Associated Press Feed. The content ranges from anything to absurd to ridiculous where I even wouldn't put much stock in it even though I'm the author. However, I'm putting it in this volume set so that I can build off of it with other volumes. My objective is to use other news articles and mathematical alignment to point to elements mentioned in this volume to establish that they are true despite how off the wall the content may sound. Chapter 1 discusses the 1st Amendment and the song "Take a Bow" by Madonna regarding the roles we play. It also does a breakdown of the superhero Captain America printing out the number tags of how Jor-El translates to 11/11 when Washington State joined the Union. It indicates how actor Stanley Tucci as Dr. Abraham Erskine who created the Super Soldier Serum for Steve Rogers was born 11/11 as well. The Amalgam Comics show how Superman and Captain America were merged into one. Chapter 2 examines the scene in "The Spy Who Shagged Me" regarding Dr. Evil's plan to create a Death Star that would be a laser on the Moon titled the Alan Parsons Project. That section talks about the symbolism in the song "Eye in the Sky" by the Alan Parsons Project. Chapter 3 addresses a news article interviewing actress Eileen Bowman who had the unfortunate role of playing Snow White for the 61st Academy Awards on 3/29 of 1989. She recounts the story of how she was blindfolded and taken to a studio to rehearse for what she thought was "Beach Blanket Babylon." Instead, it was sprung on her that she would perform at the 1989 Oscars, which went on to be one of the worst performances ever. This volume talks about how many of the themes covered by the author range from absurd to outrageous. That is much like having to be Eileen Bowman forced to perform the embarrassing song and dance that would go down in infamy. Chapter 4 talks about North Korea showing off the U.S.S. Pueblo in its museum. The focus is on hidden tags. Chapter 5 is a focus on the dance Harlem Shake that is spreading the nation. It is compared to the scene in "Talladega Nights" with Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton, Jr. doing the "Shake 'n' Bake" when tag teaming. Chapter 6 goes into the origin of the Harlem Shake. It talks about the 1990 movie "Dick Tracy" where singer Madonna was disguised as the Blank. who was a guy. Chapter 7 is about "Slumdog Millionaire" where an individual played "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and where the contestant knew all the answers because he experienced them in life. Chapter 8 focuses on the 50 years of James Bond celebrated at the 2013 Academy Awards. Chapter 9 examines the name of actor Roger Moore who played James Bond. Chapter 10 is about Kim Jong Un's wife Ri Sol-Ju vs. the song "Crank That" by Soulja Boy that had Superman Symbols. Chapter 11 does a mathematical decryption of the beginning of the 2013 Academy Awards to show how the Oscars can be read as a line of code produced by Earth as a Super Computer. Chapter 12 discusses the actors who passed away in the last year that were not on the list to be honored. Chapter 13 finishes off with the ending song "Here's to the Losers, Bless Them All."

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