If you're a little fuzzy on why we're so focused on time, here's a set of posts that should help.
April 23 - The Time Pivot of Matthew 24:21-22
April 24 - Following the Trail Through Daniel: "Time Continuity to Turn Aside"
April 25 - The Temple and Time, and Our Blessed Situation
The Stitchers title illustrates the main plot device of the show, how two distinct entitities are joined or stitched into one. The way it does this is by a diagonally cutting through the word and an offset of the two parts. To understand what this means, first, the letter I has had the top sliced, giving it a kind of dot that creates a lower-case look. If you're familiar with the long running series of posts I began back in 2010, See, it's the “i” of Horus! - you know the reason for the stylized graphic is to signal the i or eye. The Horus Eye is central to the Adversary's scheme.
The letter T is sliced through leaving most of it intact. It's separated off with the letter S. STi ~ S -pace - Ti -me. The ST signals, Space-Time. We're going to see that emphasized in The Avengers. In the Stitchers post I demonstrated how space-time dimensionality was featured, mainly through the water-as-time metaphor. If you explore the ancient collection known as the Book of the Dead, or the Pyramid Texts and Coffin Texts, you'll discover how the Horus Eye involves space-time domain transitions and portals. Stitchers is about stitching a living persion together with a dead person, joining them together in a kind of shadow realm, an underworld. The Eye of Horus has to do with crossing over to/from the duat, the underworld, a hidden or unseen time-space dimension.
After publishing the Stitchers post, I was reminded of Aaron's dream about us being carried away in a huge wave. He heard someone say, “Displaced by water and time.” (See Megas Thlipsis - Insights into Allegorical Models and Signs 3/26/15) While we didn't have a clue what it meant for many months after, insight did finally come. It has to do with the season when the Devil has control of time and the time reset mission. In Stitchers, when Stitching is done, the Stitcher climbs into a water tank like an aquarium bath tub and immerses herself. Her body displaces water in an amount up to the full measure of her body's volume. Time displacement.
So, here's what the title graphic indicates. ST = Space-Time. One from the land of the living is joined with one from the land of the dead through the i/Eye of Horus. For most of you, this should be very familiar territory.
With CERN's idol of Shiva doing the dance of the Nataraja, when you understand the cosmological implications and relate Shiva to the Horus / Apollyon identity, some more dots should connect. (CERN's Lord of the Dance)
By the way, the LHC outside Geneva has been online colliding particles at their stated target energy of 13 TeV, and this activity is planned to be increased dramatically in packet or bunch frequency. According to their last report, they just had their first scheduled break in preparation for higher energy work, and they should already be back at it with record collision energy and rate combinations. We believe this instrument is in no small part responsible for what's happening to this time-space domain.
In closing, here's an item that pertains to the water-as-time metaphor. The first non-celestial timepieces were water clocks. The flow of time was measured by the flow of water.
“Water clocks, along with sundials, are likely to be the oldest time-measuring instruments, with the only exceptions being the vertical gnomon and the day-counting tally stick. Where and when they were first invented is not known, and given their great antiquity it may never be. The bowl-shaped outflow is the simplest form of a water clock and is known to have existed in Babylon and in Egypt around the 16th century BC. Other regions of the world, including India and China, also have early evidence of water clocks, but the earliest dates are less certain. Some authors, however, claim that water clocks appeared in China as early as 4000 BC.” (Wikipedia)
According to biblical history, that corresponds with Adam and Eve's expulsion from the Garden of Eden, and the cursing of the Nachash. Adam and Eve were in an enlightened condition, and Cain, the first born man was of the Nachash. They knew stuff. Clocks were not on the list of timekeepers listed as the Creator's provision in Genesis 1. I suspect that fallen angels may have helped advance the technologies of time keeping further.
Next up is perhaps a decoding of The Avengers' Space Time Ark / Tower of Babel