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    Default What does the treasure look like?

    That was retorical, as I know.

    I've been looking for this for ages, anyway here it is.
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    its gorgeous.Where did you get that picture?Ut looks like an apple slice more than a acutal apple :P
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    The copy of the book I have has a couple of colour pages.

    The front cover and the photo of the apple.

    Mark

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    t4ll1f3r:

    Maybe you could post the other color phots from the book? I think others may be interested in seeing them. Most of us are working off of a copy of the book.

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    Wow, Mark... Wow! Thanks for posting that.

    If you send me hi-res solor scans, I can easily update the PDF copy of the book to incorporate color.
    "...it may well be doubted whether human ingenuity can construct an enigma of the kind which human ingenuity may not, by proper application, resolve."

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    Oops, sorry - wrong person. I was distracted by the beauty of the prize.
    "...it may well be doubted whether human ingenuity can construct an enigma of the kind which human ingenuity may not, by proper application, resolve."

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    Now that we have all seen the hardware,
    take a look at this:

    District 4 Parks of Minnesota....

    Look at the Lake of the Isles Park.
    Get in real close and... WOW!

    Also, a small section off of Laurel Avenue
    called Laurel Trainagle (2 are threes)

    He said he was a mathmatician.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t4ll1f3r View Post
    That was retorical, as I know.

    I've been looking for this for ages, anyway here it is.
    Where did this picture come from??? Do you have the original book?

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    Tron,

    Have you gotten any farther with this theory? One interesting thing I haven't seen mentioned is the 'Lake of the Isles sea serpent' (stock photo - Lake of the Isles Sea Serpent)

    Some stars at night,
    Rest on the horizon.
    Be very quiet or
    you might wake one up.

    Draco (Ladon), the sleeping dragon?

    Quote Originally Posted by tron View Post
    Now that we have all seen the hardware,
    take a look at this:

    District 4 Parks of Minnesota....

    Look at the Lake of the Isles Park.
    Get in real close and... WOW!

    Also, a small section off of Laurel Avenue
    called Laurel Trainagle (2 are threes)

    He said he was a mathmatician.

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