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Subject: The hidden meaning of Jupiter symbol
From: rhaller@oregon.uoregon.edu
Date: 1991-04-17, 13:04
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

Perhaps someone else has already posted this, but I haven't seen it yet. I
haven't been reading the RS: stuff, so maybe someone posted it there.
Anyway, it turns out that the symbol in the petroglyph that has been correctly
identified as the astrological symbol for Jupiter has another meaning.

According to my old 'college' dictionary, it is used to represent THURSDAY!!!

If that isn't enough, some of you may recall my post pointing out that the
symbol could be interpreted as a reference to the number 42.  To be sure, the
two part is to the left of the part that looks like a 4, but the 4 is much
larger (significant). Some of you out there know that 42 is the answer to a
very important question. You will also know what happened on a Thursday :-)

OK, OK. I'll admit the 42 part is stretching it a bit, but I wouldn't put it
past L&F to stick that reference to Thursdays in if it didn't require a lot of
reshooting effort.  Otherwise, what a marvelous 'coincidence' :-)

-Rich ("I never could get the hang of Thursdays") Haller


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