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    Go to the MARANATHA Book Page on Facebook for a
    SHOCK RESULT
    to the puzzle of the book
    gleaned from a map
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    DUNCAN BURDEN!
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    Printed on the posterior of The Parchment provided publicly by Priory promotionalists, was a paragraph, a perplexing phrase which piqued participants patience.

    When the White Rook took Troy it was
    no Red trick only a simple homage
    to the end of that Frozen den.


    The meaning of this phrase remains unexplained.

    If you have been to the Facebook Book Page and have however seen Duncan's map, perhaps a partial premise can be postulated. If you peruse the map and the placed geometry, planed in Paint by Duncan, you will perceive that the principle periphery of the large horizontally positioned square spears square through a hamlet named Frithsden. In fact, Frithsden is where the top point of the internal tilted-square of Duncan's geometry meets the mid-point of the top edge of the big square. The name Frithsden is pronounced locally as "Frizden". Friz-den.
    The name sounds like "freeze-den".

    A "Rook" is a game-piece from the strategy game of Chess. Formerly the piece was called the Tower, or the Castle. Inside the big square of Duncan's geometry is the market town of Chesham, situated in the CHESS VALLEY. The River Chess, a chalk stream, rises just north of Chesham in the Chiltern Hills. The Chiltern hills are a range of chalk hills. Chalk is a soft, white, porous, carbonate rock. "The first recorded reference to Chesham is under the Old English name Cæstæleshamm". "A cæstel/ceastel/castel can be a castle, [Roman] fort or pile of stones."

    For added interest, just east of the town of Hemel Hampstead is the city of St Albans. During the time of Roman Britain, what is now the south-west of the modern city of St Albans, was the site of the Roman town of Verulamium. "Within the walls of ancient Verulamium, the Elizabethan philosopher, essayist and statesman Sir Francis Bacon built a house". "When Bacon was ennobled in 1618, he took the title Baron Verulam, after Verulamium." The Roman name "Alban" comes from the Latin word "albus", meaning "white".
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    RED ALERT! RED ALERT!

    Duncan's new puzzle hunt is imminent!

    21 June 2017
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    THE SUMMER
    TIME PROJECT


    BY RUBYFELIXIR



    MYSTERIOUS
    SALES DECISION
    THINGS


    "For your question evidently refers to the sun."
    Book VI, 508a

    The Mysterious Writings website has launched its own mid-summer treasure-hunt compounded by the website's "MW Team". The treasure-hunt is for the four moral Virtues commended by Plato in his book The Republic, which have become "as solid as rock", mineralizing on the material plane as four signature Stones.

    Read here the lost legend and the price list for this summer-timed treasured hunt.
    http://mysteriouswritings.com/join-the-adventures-of-the-mw-treasure-hunts-the-lost-philosophers-stones/

    QUOTE
    "There are four Treasure Scrolls to be collected, each with its own treasure to be found worth a $250 cash prize. Buy one, two, three or buy them all. The choice is yours.

    SCROLL ‘I’ on public release NOW! Join the Adventure! (OR purchase them ALL- Receive SCROLL I now and pre-order the rest for BONUS PRICE and 3 day EARLY RELEASE Access ($9.99))

    SCROLL ‘II’ on public release on Friday June 30th 2017
    SCROLL ‘III’ on public release on Monday July 10th 2017
    SCROLL ‘IV’ on public release on Thursday July 20th 2017

    These Treasure Hunts are genuinely offered with the clear expectation to be solved and claimed before the end of Summer. Each Scroll conceals the hidden location of one of four unique Virtue Stones."

    AND

    "Each Scroll costs $2.99 and will be available exclusively as a PDF document through the Mysterious Writings website.
    ALTHOUGH…
    For $9.99, not only can you get ALL FOUR TREASURE SCROLLS at a discount, you will receive Scrolls ‘II’, ‘III’ and ‘IV’ up to three days BEFORE public release."
    END QUOTE

    *


    SCROLL I was released on the morning of Wednesday of June the 21st of 2017.

    The discount deal bundles together all four Scrolls, and it is a very, very good deal for customers. But this four Scroll deal is only good as a thing that a customer wants to buy, up until the first of the four Scrolls are solved. After the first Scroll is solved, the deal loses some of its value for a customer. After all, the customer is now expected to pay for four Scrolls, but only three of those Scrolls are good. So the sales life of the deal, the length of the period of time that defines the opportunity to sell the deal to consumers, depends on how long it will take someone to solve the first Scroll. Especially if the "shelf-life" of the deal is limited by it only being made available for consumers to buy on the launch day of the hunt, the day of the release of the first Scroll.

    SCROLL I was solved two-and-a-half days after it was first released.

    Although the deal is in essence a pre-order for the remaining three scrolls, a purchase with which the customer also buys the first Scroll, this discount deal was not offered as a pre-order purchase prior to the day of the release of the first Scroll. This good deal was heavily advertised during the three weeks of promotion for the hunt that lead up to the launch day of the hunt and the release date of the first Scroll, yet customers were NOT ALLOWED to buy the discount deal during that time.
    And despite the first Scroll being included in this deal, Mysterious Writings did not use this discount deal as an opportunity to allow customers to pre-order the first Scroll in advance of its release date. This is a mystifying sales model that does not do the most good for the business nor the most good for the customer.

    It has been four days since the day that the first Scroll was solved, the first Stone, named Wisdom, found, and the prize money claimed. Yet on the same webpage where the announcement has been made that the first Stone has been found, the four-scroll discount deal is still "on release" and being offered to customers! The second Scroll is on public release in three days, and yet I have yet to see a three-scroll bundle-deal being offered to customers.

    Perhaps Mysterious Writings should have pitched the Four Scrolls deal as a premium pre-order pack in which the buyer pays in advance to receive each one of the last three Scrolls, three days early, with the first Scroll thrown in for FREE. Then customers buying the bundle in the second week of the hunt, wouldn't mind getting, for free, a Scroll that had already been used up, as opposed to the customer feeling like they were paying for a Scroll that they didn't want after it had been already solved. Such a not good feeling might cause the customer to... discount the deal. And that decision by the customer would not be good for sales.

    But who cares about money, right? Money is something that is only liked by 99.9 percent of all successful businesses.

    **


    MYSTERIOUS
    WRITER THINGS

    "These are the names of the cities: Failias and Findias, Goirias and Murias."

    It once was that, if you scrolled down to the bottom of the Mysterious Writings website's Welcome front-page, or any of it's webpages, really, you would find promoted the members of the "MW Team Writer" group, with the emphasis on "Team Writer", and not "MW Team", as I misunderstood it. The MW Team Writers' are a group of reliable writers who have written more than one article for the Mysterious Writings website, a group which includes under its banner a mysterious writer named Mr Duncan Burden.
    In Jenny's "Introduction" webpage to promote her hunt, Jenny stated that QUOTE "The Writing Team for Mysterious Writings has created a fun back story to these adventures, to give an insight to the Treasure Hunts and an understanding of how the prizes became known as The Lost Philosopher’s Stones."
    As of the launch day of the hunt, the information about the members of the "MW Team" writers has now been removed. Indeed, there seem to be no links to each writer's "MW Team Writer Profile", allowing the reader to establish who the members of the writing team are, a team claimed by Jenny to be responsible for the fabled, presidential back-story, and the concept, of Plato's Republican Virtues' becoming four stones of four states. A team that mysteriously has not been mentioned again publicly in connection with the hunt. There also used to be a "Guest Posts" category, listing all of the recent articles by Guest Writers. Valued guest writers like Duncan Burden. That helpful category too, has disappeared.
    Here is the link to Duncan's awarded, titled, profile http://mysteriouswritings.com/duncan-burden-mw-team-writer-profile/
    Rather than "anonymous", perhaps this time he prefers to be simply and humbly "uncredited"?

    Find here the first cause of Jenny's inspiration for the idea of her treasure-hunt.
    http://mysteriouswritings.com/is-the-stone-of-destiny-a-lost-treasure-to-find/

    ***


    MYSTERIOUS
    RIGHTED THINGS

    Doesn't 9.99 look like 66.6 upside-down?

    ****


    EMERGENCY
    UPSET
    UPDATE!


    SCROLL II has been solved on THE SAME DAY of its three-day-early date of release!
    WE DIE TO KNOW

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