Post by indigojones on Jun 29, 2020 1:13:58 GMT -5
Hi all, 'Divorce Logic' was revived from Forrest's scrapbooks and reappears in 'Once upon a While' Page 52. The big hint in there is the young woman's name who Forrest cannot remember he says "so for some subliminal reason I'll call her Angel. Subliminal can mean hidden or concealed. Angel can become 'Angle' very easily, a clue to geometry?
Forrest asks her to make a pot, when he sees it he says it was 18 inches high, 10 inches across. 18 x 10 = 180. In geometry that is 180 degrees of arc. Half a circle. A rainbow is an arc.
In Eric Sloane's big picture the large mural called 'Earth Flight Environment' which he is most famous for, there is part of a rainbow, it is a perfect 180 degree arc, exactly half a circle, when checked with a protractor using the picture's baseline.
Forrest noticed that Angel had written her ex's name on the pot but he was sure it was obviously misspelled, 'Ferd' it said. He wondered what all that was about.
I believe it was clue to a location for 'Fe' is IRON in the periodic table and 'Rd' could be short for ROAD, IRON ROAD can suggest a railroad which does add credence to the discovery of LOCO ROAD within the word 'COLO/RADO' split into two parts and anagrammed.
Maybe these scrapbooks were for hints as well, or a confirmer for searchers thinking along the right lines. (Pun not intended)