Jan 22, 2008

Interesting Anagram - Man with Walt

Here is a fun little anagram that was found thanks to Felipe and Leco.

At our blog: http://blogteoriaslost.blogspot.com/ a friend and I were talking and we reached this: the poet's name, WALT WHITMAN. too much of a coincidence, but it can be more. How about this: MAN WITH WALT! I don't know if anybody else noticed it, but i just wanted you to know.

Source: Felipe and Leco

15 comments:

johnlocke said...

very interesting.
another possibility is

twin waltham

,don't know if it can make sense

Chris said...

I don't think it's anything, but you never know with this game.

emyebo said...

Lol, do you make anagrams out of anything?

modernman said...

yeah noticed that one...a bit obvious..not much of an anagram..what about walt with man?

Ryan said...

I think it's important to bare in mind that Walt Whitman is a realy, very famous poet. Not to say any anagrams of his name aren't necessarily important, but anything gleaned from the poem ought to be take more at "face value" than, say, Mr. Ole (whose name only exists to be an anagram).

xENigMAx said...

Mmm...that's pretty intresting if you interpretate this way:

During the last video they gave us a clue in order to help us solving the "Braille mess" related to the Openstego password; they obviously have noticed from the posts that we were LOST ("For your troubles: Braille AOE"...ring any bells?). Then we finally got it...the Walt Whitman's poem.

Now...the video was about the coordinates...

WALT WHITMAN >> MAN WITH WALT >> Could the coordinates point to Michael's location????


Just pure speculation....but that's sooooo funny! ;)




P.S.

WALT WHIT(E) MAN...Maybe they're simply trying to tell us that Walt is actually Michael Jackson!!! Awww!

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mike1110011 said...

Walt is on the christiane 1 and thats how he gets back to the island.

justbriman said...

Not interesting -- to have an anagram include the same word before and after (Walt)?

You're really stretching on this one...

WittyNickname said...

I dunno, I'm kind of liking the Michael Jackson angle... He does have a "nose" for drama...

ReignkingTW said...

Walt Whitman is...Jacob. You heard it here first.

Chris said...

justbriman: agreed. Plus he's an extremely famous poet, it's not like there's any research done here.

Andrew said...

My comments keep getting deleted when really these posts should be deleted. Let's focus on the game, maybe you could make a "turn everything into an anagram" blog.

Taíka said...

Some Interesting...and also beautiful verses...

O Captain! My Captain! / Walt Whitman

O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done, The ship has weather'd every rack,

the prize we sought is won, The port is near, the bells I hear, the people all exulting,

While follow eyes the steady keel, the vessel grim and daring; But O heart! heart! heart!

O the bleeding drops of red, Where on the deck my Captain lies, Fallen cold and dead.
....

Here Captain! dear father!

This arm beneath your head!

It is some dream that on the deck,

You've fallen cold and dead.
...

What if Walt believe his father dead? What if he's really dead?
Michael in Berlin? FF or Flashback? Could it be that there's a gap in time as it's perceived in the island and perceived outside it?
Father and son left the island but as far as we know Walt somehow is back...and all grown up.

Maybe it's just nothing...but who Knows ;)

kenshi528 said...

In response to the first post, I think you're on the right track, jonlocke. Perhaps the "Man with Walt" is the man who Jack visited at the end of season three at the wake. His name in the obituary was John Latham.