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    I've read and re-read and re-read the pdf's. I've attempted to verify the information they contain. I keep hitting one big wall....

    They don't make sense and they are full of errors. Why?

    One or two errors I could understand, but not so many spelling and grammatical errors, not to mention factual errors.

    Duncan says that according to legend, God gave the Kabala directly to Abraham, but Kabala websites say that the legend tells that God gave it to the Angels, who then gave it to Adam, then Noah, Enoch, and finally Abraham. How could he get this wrong?

    Why 5 pdf's and not one pdf with 5 pages?

    I know you guys hate gematria, but this is simple.

    The 5 pages are number 1,2,3,4,5.

    The puzzle is supposed to be about the end and the beginning.

    Reading the first 3 numbers from the beginning gives 123. This is the standard value of 'THE HOLY BIBLE'

    Now reading the last 3 numbers from the end, to get 543.

    Simply add the two numbers, 123 + 543 = 666.

    Incidentally, this is the same way you get 666 from the 'THE HOLY BIBLE' by using the gematria value and the number of letters in each word, reversed.

    So, we know that 666 is an important part of this document. It could explain why the pages are separated.

    On page was used twice to get 123 and 543. Page 3. Look at the first line of page 3.

    PROCESS OF SOLVING - REVIEW OF PROGRESS stage 2

    The page numbers gave 666, so count to the 6th letter, and repeat (include punctuation).

    The first 3 letters at position 666 are shown in red.

    SLE = 36

    If all of the numbers from 1 to 36 are added together, you get 666.

    Continue counting the next set of letters at a count of 666, you get:

    FEG = 18

    18 is another way of saying 666, because 18 = 6 + 6 + 6.

    Is this document a clue?

    Is there some sort of skip code in the pdf's? If there is, it go a long way toward explaining the huge number of mistakes.




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    I sure wish I could edit.

    I should have said (Don't include punctuation)

    Also ignore the last that says 'THe first'.

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    No I don't think it's a code.

    I would guess that the PDF page split was down to one of two or three things:
    1) D realised the PDF file size limit here (unlikely)
    2) The tool he used to create the PDFs did that - it looks like a 'scan-to-pdf' to me (likely)
    3) He didn't quite know how to use the scan tool to consolidate the pages (likely)

    If I'm right and Cthree did receive the 'amended' PDFs (that D sent to me), then there are different issues in those compared to the originals, which (IMHO) precludes those errors being a code anyway.

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    Jlockest,

    Is it possible D asked you to check for the errors that formed a code to ensure they would indeed be picked up and that is why he posted it without the ammendments. ie: So the code stood.

    I am not sure I believe what I have just written but you know a different perspective never hurts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by linz View Post
    Jlockest,

    Is it possible D asked you to check for the errors that formed a code to ensure they would indeed be picked up and that is why he posted it without the ammendments. ie: So the code stood.

    I am not sure I believe what I have just written but you know a different perspective never hurts.
    Linz,
    Could be. But Cthree received a second set that he never published as he assumed that they were the same as the first set. So if you think it is a code, I would go down that route and see if the second set from Cthree are the same or not.

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    Looks like the consensus is that there is nothing here, and you may be right, but I find this interesting, also on page 3:

    PROCESS OF SOLVING - REVIEW OF PROGRESS stage 2

    The Reader, by researching these early phrases would/should discover the process of a
    simple metaphoric system being used. That using easily to research phrases
    (Prometheus, King of Terrors, Jacob), the reader finds a common element - the Kabala.
    In addition that the focal research material of Berenger Sauniere expands to learn core
    mythical/biblical stories and theological methods of belief.

    PROCESS OF SOLVING - Tiresias and Golden Mean

    Chapter One closes with a brief description of the mythological characters Tiresias and
    Hermes. Both characters are linked to a staff that has two serpents twisted round it
    called a 'Caduceus'. In the actual story of Tiresias, he is said to have thrust his staff
    between to mating snakes, but, as he did, he was turned into a woman, until seven years
    later, after repeating the act he returned to the form of a man. Hermes was the
    messenger of the gods, and the only god that able to pass freely between what was
    called the 'Three Worlds'- Heaven, Earth and Hell. The coded text of the puzzle refers
    to the staff being able to turn what it touches into gold, but no legend exists relates this
    power to either stall used by these characters. The term actually refers to the
    If I have copied the text correctly, the lat letter of 'coded text', highlighted red above, is the 888th letter on page 3.

    888 is the value of JESUS in Greek.

    Centered around the line with 'coded text', the last letters form two unbalanced divides of 3.... 'ESSS', or 'SSSE'.

    And, it is the same number of letters covering the two unbalanced divides of 4. From 'E' to the third 'S' is 214 letters. From the first 'S' to the lat 'E' is also 214 letters.

    Call me crazy, and you may be right, but it is there. Check it!

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    On the line with the phrase 'coded text', which is the 888th character of the page, an interesting effect can be observed.

    'H' is the 8th letter of the alphabet. Starting with the 8th letter of the line, there are 6 H's preceding, the 'coded text' words. THis can be interpreted as the number 888 twice.


    called the 'Three Worlds'- Heaven, Earth and Hell. The coded text of the puzzle refers
    ______8___8___________8_________8____8____8
    If I was going to encode something into a text using these numbers, I don't think I could make this any cleaner.

    "Quidquid Latine Dictum Sit Altum Videtur
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    To see what is written, look not through shaded eyes.

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