Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Next week's drawing/map/whatever [was: Transcript of ending for Californians.]
From: jms@vanth.UUCP (Jim Shaffer)
Date: 1991-04-07, 20:30
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <19FC44D160C02014@UMAECS> GIOVIN%PRIAM@ecs.umass.edu (Rocky Giovinazzo) writes:
> >
> >Scenes from "Next, on Twin Peaks..."
> >------------------------------------
> >[A computer screen drawing of some kind of map?  It could be drawings of
> >something in Owl Cave?  It looks like there are two figures on the left
> >side above a circle of objects (BOB's candles?) and on the right is
> >the sun.  The rest is too blurred to make out.]

(I was going to post something on this myself, but since you mentioned it
I'll just follow up.)

First, *thank you* for suggesting that the circle in the lower left could
be a circle of candles!  I had forgotten about that.  I was initially
thinking that the picture was a map, and the circles might be something
like Stonehenge (in the U.S.?  I told you your version sounds better!) and
the figures in the upper left might be some sort of ground drawing like at
Nazca (again, that would've been way out of place in the United States, eh?
Glad I didn't post it!  Now watch it be right... )

So, my revised theory is that the picture on the computer screen is a cave
drawing, and that the circle is indeed a circle of candles as you
suggested.  Also, if I remember rightly, the drawings of the two humanoid
figures are so different in size that I wouldn't hesitate for long before
calling them a dwarf and a giant!  (Also keep in mind that there are some
people who believe that certain cave drawings, rock drawings, and such
represent ancient alien visitors.)

Now, if only I could make out the *rest* of the picture.  It was pretty
hopeless though, and even worse on my lousy freeze-frame.

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