Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: The cult did it.
From: oliver@ucscb.UCSC.EDU (Dolphin)
Date: 1990-05-18, 11:29
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <1990May18.043248.16351@alembic.acs.com> csu@alembic.acs.com (Dave Mack) writes:
> >In article <189@brazil.cambridge.apple.com> jaj@cambridge.apple.com (Jeremy Jones) writes:
->It looks to me like there is a cult.  Remember the circle of candles?
->Bobby, his friend Mike, and others are members of the cult.  This cult
->is the "darkness" referred to by the Bookhouse boys who oppose the cult.
-
-The circle of candles was only in Cooper's dream, and like everything
-else in the dream, has a purely symbolic meaning - it's code. Also, it
-gave Lynch a chance to film one of his favorite images: candles being
-blown out.

No- There was a circle of candles in the railroad car, wasn't there?


Also- other things.  What did Bobby put in the motorcycle?  He
said "Say goodbye, James" so I assume it isn't something so passive
as sugar- and it looks powdery.  Is he setting him up with Coke?
I don't think so... Some sort of explosive maybe?

Back a few episodes... "Fire- walk with me."  "Fire is the Devil,
hiding in the smoke."... 2+2= "Devil- Walk with me."  
-Dolphin


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