January 5, 2014 at 6:45 am #235271ready_to_rumbelleParticipant
Guys I need help. For me it is sure that rumple is alive. The only thing that bothers me how? So for me he was sealed in the scroll itself maybe with Malcolm itself and will be their in the new curse but with know memories at all. Maybe even in a coma otherwise it could be that Rumples shadow was not banned so he is know Gorham and trying as well Emma to get to her back to SB so that both get their family back (Gorham, if you twitter deary at this fandom you should know that this means that you has something to do with our beloved Rumple). I think that we get the solution already. We know H & K loved to give us the answer and get it until we see the end and look through all the episodes again to have a OHHHHHH affect. In 3.11 about 6.30 min we see Rumple reading hard on to pages, but only using ONE spell. I think their in latain and in runes are written the answer. So maybe if somebody know Latein ( I know we have some smart people hear) can somebody say waht is written there? https://twitter.com/tiara_rose16/status/419779668019916800/photo/1 https://twitter.com/tiara_rose16/status/419775600732012544/photo/1
Well my Latin got a bit rusty over the last 7 years, but as far as I was able to decipher the writing and translate the text, it has nothing to do with what happened to Rumple.
It says something about a lion king (leo rex) and some people subdued to him (if I got that right while translating it from Latin to German and then to English LOL), and something being very bitter in the last sentence of the text (though I couldn’t make out what). Sometimes the grammar doesn’t make sense to me, but as I said my Latin isn’t the best anymore and some words in Latin have a lot of meanings and moreover can be tough to conjugate/decline…[adrotate group="5"]January 5, 2014 at 7:15 am #235273tiara_roseParticipant
I am from Austria, so the german translation is just fine for me. 🙂
But also when their stands something about a lion king that would lead to the man with the lion tatoo. Robin Hood. I knwe it. Their is a hint in this pages, but maybe noit that I wanted.
Heros don't get their Happy Ending!January 5, 2014 at 12:01 pm #235344Marty McFlyParticipant
I wonder how OUAT will get around THIS:
January 5, 2014 at 12:12 pm #235353
Rumple isn’t dead, just lost. That’s how they’ll get round that Marty.
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of FelixJanuary 5, 2014 at 12:13 pm #235355
It says something about a lion king (leo rex)
Maybe we’ll see Once’s version of Simba?
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of FelixJanuary 5, 2014 at 12:21 pm #235361PheeParticipant
In 3.11 about 6.30 min we see Rumple reading hard on to pages, but only using ONE spell. I think their in latain and in runes are written the answer. So maybe if somebody know Latein ( I know we have some smart people hear) can somebody say waht is written there?
I’ve wondered about those pages too, and if there might be clues hidden in there. Perhaps he suspected what might be coming, and was researching his options?
All I know is that on the first page, on the left, the symbols outside the big circles, the top one is the sign for Taurus, and the sign of the moon (which is associated with Taurus), and the bottom one is the sign for Aries, and the sign for fire, (which is an element associated with Aries).January 5, 2014 at 12:28 pm #235369
Can anyone translate it over the internet?
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of FelixJanuary 5, 2014 at 4:56 pm #235425tiara_roseParticipant
But the air
I’ll be called a wandering bird
I do not hold vinalla
Adam’s not che fined glavo
Oh, like the adiangor
at per vias aeris
vaga ferar avis
non me tenent vinalla
non che finet glavis adaer
o similes et adiangor
The problem I can’t read everything at all.
Heros don't get their Happy Ending!January 5, 2014 at 6:46 pm #235435MyrilParticipant
The Latin text in the second screenshot is from a Latin poem by a 12th century anonymous author called Archpoet known as “Estuans intrinsecus ira vehementi” (Confession). Parts of it can be found in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana cantata in the aria “Estuans intrinsicus” (Burning inside)
Here the latin text (aka the last three stanzas of the poem)
Iam virtutes diligo, vitiis irascor,
renovatus animo spiritu renascor,
quasimodo genitus novo lacte pascor,
ne sit meum amplius vanitatis vas cor.
Electe Coloniae, parce poenitenti,
fac misericordiam veniam petenti
et da poenitentiam culpam confitenti!
feram quicquid iusseris animo libenti.
Parcit enim subditis leo rex ferarum
et est erga subditos immemor irarum;
et vos idem facite, principes terrarum!
quod caret dulcedine nimis est amarum.
Angered by all vice, I prize every virtue,
cleansed within the mind, now my spirit does renew;
like a babe in arms in milky pastures new,
falsehood no longer in my heart shall brew.
My lord of Cologne, spare the penitent,
let showing mercy be your sole intent,
grant now a penance to one not innocent,
I’ll do as you command, with my free consent.
Since the lion, king of beasts, pardons those below,
as regards his subjects stemming anger’s flow;
princes of the earth do you likewise, also:
one who lacks sweetness all bitterness shall know.
And here a music version of it. (picked that video on purpose, the ballet is kinda fitting to this topic, isn’t it)
Not sure about the drawing opposite this text, but the drawing in the first screenshot is the Tree of life (Kabbalah)
Edit: Kudos to the prop department. Whoever came up with it is a genius. The Confession is a poem where the author confesses his love for his vagabond life, his love of women, gambling and drinking in ironical tone. Anyone thinking of Malcom here? But the text here used very well has something which connects with Rumple as well. Not to mention the meaning of the Tree of life.
¯\_(?????? ?)_/¯January 5, 2014 at 11:32 pm #235447PheeParticipant
Thanks for the info on the poem. It’s very fitting, clever prop makers indeed!
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