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    6 and 66 interesting.
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    666- bad karma right there

    and why not vast our TREES be?

    erets looks a heck of a lot like trees switched up

    and dupulup, no letters are switched. just s and c added
    Or am I just paranoid...

    *Of course*

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    Hey ~blank....nice avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by _~BlAnK

    and dupulup, no letters are switched. just s and c added
    Quote Originally Posted by scubareader

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    The U in Treasures is now a O for Treasores

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    The O in Trove is now a U for Truve.

    So, _~Blank do you see what letters are switched.

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    Additional information:

    I always thought(and still do) that the pink numbers were applied to page one and not page three as others indicate.

    And though there are no misspellings in "A Treasure's Trove" the numbers must obviously apply to the title as an anagram....yes the simplicity of the solution....Right?

    Well since others have given their take on it then "thar's can be no harm in me's a givin some o'my parspectives on it"...

    1) Inside cover, look at snail and relative position to mushrooms.(hold this thought)

    2) Page 1 "A Treasure's Trove" , A Snail top right, six mushrooms, eight stones, ten blades of grass, (go ahead someone please tell me there are 12 blades of grass...... remember this point I will get right back to it)

    3) page 2 two mushrooms, from page one enlarged. one kootenstoopit, fifteen numbers(pink of course to attract attention, if they had been any other color I might have missed it )

    4) page 3+4 notice that when held up to light that "to Helen"(page 4) is within the "USA"(page 3). This to me signifies that the dedication(the most precious gift one can extend in a book) is given to MS's most prescious jewel.......his wife. this combined signifies the trove is hidden in the USA.

    5) page 5 the snail precariously positioned behind the rock from page one. symbolic that the two "assumed" blades of grass on page one are actually the snail away from the linden stump"

    6) the snail. on the inside cover has his mouth covering the second mushroom.....the same mushroom that is hidden on page one but revealed on page two...notice the chunk missing from the second mushroom. (there are a few symbolisms here.......the front mushroom indicates what is out front and obvious, the back mushroom what is behind and hidden and not whole.)

    7) the mushrooms on page two signify that what was hidden on page one has now been revealed on page two.(since they are not behind the four other mushrooms now)

    the kootenstoopit and the numbers. I am curious who thinks this kootenstoopit is placing these numbers there or taking these numbers? If this was a pointing kootenstoopit there would be no need for the thumb to be included in this picture.

    It is a shame that I can only give you a few hundred words on this topic since we all know that a picture is worth so much more than that.(alot of you readers have picked up on that and are now thinking of the number 1000 from a picture is worth a thousand words) There is a communication issue that needs to be discovered. I am certain that MS wants the book solved. He had to establish communications protocols to do this. Otherwise it is blind wandering.

    "A Treasure's Trove" is a puzzle book and even the title is a puzzle.

    If the numbers were so clear just because the are pink and the author wanted the reader to have satisfaction of solving a puzzle then why would the author convolute it with the pink "to helen"? why not pick another color for the "to helen" dedication?

    I know that some do not believe in the signifigance of anything before page 10.

    I know that some draw this conclusion from page 10....think about it....if page 10 holds the clue to where the clues are concealed...but page 10 is just a forward and cannot contain clues...then page 10 would not be assumed as part of the story. To clarify for others page 10 is where it is written that "concealed in the pages of this story are the clues"...so why is it clearly written on the ATT site under the clues section "are cleverly hidden in the pages of a treasure's trove"? and why does MS in verbal explanation of the story repeatedly state "concealed in the pages of the printed book are the clues"?

    From cover to cover....for me it is all a clue. Thar be treasures hidden in them thar pages......let go and believe....remember what it was to be a child with a good book in your hands that takes you to another realm with other things to believe in......I hope it is more than just a treasure hunt for you and hope you find many jewels along the way.

    oh...and for the rest of the solution to the title......I will let it be for now...

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