I took the front face plate off of the injection pump and sprayed the heck out of it with WD-40 (I know, I should have used carb/choke cleaner) but I was impatient and did not want to go to the store. I managed to find and get the control rack rod unfrozen and manipulated it for about 20-minutes and it too now move freely.
I am now getting some dribbling of fuel from the injection pump to the connections to the spider (fuel line hook-up).
I rotated the distributor 180 degrees and that did nothing so I will remain at the original point that I believe is correct.
I have to return to the cold start valve and make certain that fuel is crossing there with the hopes to get the thing to burp and perhaps release the fuel pistons that MAY be stuck. I have accomplished many things that I did not understand, but am not prepared to tackle the ball things and the Teflon rings.