DR WHO’S GALLIFREY – PLANET OF THE TIME LORDS

A LEXIGRAM OF GALLIFREY (GIA)

A lexigram is composed of words made from the letters in a word, eg GALLIFREY

A RAY oF FIRE

GRAIL oF LIFE

FoR ALL

FAR GREY ELF In GALLEY

ALL FAIRIE, FEY And FAIR

A LAY, A RILL

Other verses can be made which describe the apocalyptic scenario in the 3D painting of Gallifrey with two titles, Gallifrey Falls and No More. It was a one-off episode commemorating the 50th Anniversary of  TV’s  Dr Who, called  The Day of the Doctor, which was shown on Saturday, 23rd November 2013.

The word GIA found within ‘Gallifrey’ hints that Gallifrey is in fact planet Earth.   The doctor is made to revisit the time apocalypse engulfed Gallifrey so as to change his decision to destroy it.  On that dark day he could no longer bear the suffering and carnage. The suggest is that this planet has been there too –  think Atlantis. The Doctor’s conscience/twin half who is interestingly called Rose for love, helps him reconsider that decision.  With the help of two of his later incarnations the three doctors find a new solution.  The planet is shifted in time/space to another position in the universe, but perhaps that is telling us that the planet has shifted to a higher consciousness.  The latter is suggested when the doctors combine the two mysterious titles of the 3D picture of Armageddon – GALLIFREY FALLS and NO MORE, to make GALLIFREY FALLS  NO MORE, which gives a new and quite opposite meaning. The opposites merge lifting the planet out of the realms of conflict and war.

Comment from Robert Light “The ray of fire approaches”

P.S.  Latterly, I realise that A RILL, A LAY can be turned into RIVER SONG, rill being another word for ‘stream’ and lay for ‘song’.  River Song was the name of the mysterious, other companion of The Doctor who knew more about The Doctor than he did himself, and who loved him:  they even marry.

The Gallifrey Chronicles (2005 novel)
The Gallifrey Chronicles (2005 novel) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

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