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    Default Re: The number 40?

    Quote Originally Posted by drhass
    Ok...so maybe this is a stretch...but if you look to the left of the middle of the page, there is the puzzle piece with a portion of the blue R on it.

    Is it just me, or does anyone else see the number 40 in dark green on that piece?

    That can't mean anything, can it?

    sorry i don't see anything.
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    The puzzle can't be posted, nor could a link be provided... copyright infringemment as discussed elsewhere. I will describe some of the puzzle locations below to make it easier to piece the puzzle together by yourself though.

    Looking over this puzzle one more time, here are some other tidbits or differences I have with what has been discussed:

    1. the leftover piece I described above is accurate, but now I realize it's easier to point it out... it's the one next to the "n" in "Yorah's Plan".
    (which explains why one edge is "slanted")... although it is orange and red and not pink and red (this was a flaw with my color printer ink running low and the orange washed out looked pink).
    2. The colors of the letters IMO are as follows (slight discrepancies with above):
    A (orange... from page 61)
    C (dark blue)
    O (blue)
    D (red)
    E (yellow)
    O (orange)
    F (green)
    N (red)
    U (orange... from page 75)
    M (red/orange... between the "O"f and "N"umbers in color...page 95 )
    B (green)
    E (pink... this is the piece from page 82)
    R (dark blue... from page 35)
    S (aqua... from page 29)
    F (orange)
    I (yellow and orange... mostly yellow... this is from page 35)
    V (orange)
    E (dark blue)
    T (mostly yellow with a bit of orange... from page 51)
    O (yellow and orange...this is the piece near "N"umbers at left edge)
    A (aqua... piece is near top left of page)
    S (red... already in place)
    I (all green... different from what I said above/my printer... from page 87)
    D (red and pink... near the "A" at top left of page)
    E (dark blue...already in place)

    There... that will make it much easier to fit your own puzzle together... either color photocopy the pages and paste and cut the old fashioned way or use photoshop like I did. It's a fun exercise when you know what goes where.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_Gizmo
    ACODEOFNUMBERSFIVETOASIDE

    _____________E___________D
    These two letters are probably the same shade of pink found on page 63.


    Appended, 1/28/2005

    After further review, I've noticed that two of the letters, are probably the same shade of pink that is found on page 63. They are, the "E" from the word "NUMBERS" and the "D" from the word "SIDE".
    Ok... These colors look a lot like the colored blocks.. Have we tried matching say the blue letters here with the blue letters in the blocks to to see if we come up with anything? If no one has given that a shot I will try it tonight... Denise
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    OK DOES ANYONE NOTICE THAT "A CODE OF NUMBERS FIVE TO ASIDE" HAVE 25 LETTERS IN IT

    THE PRAHSE=25 LETTERS
    25=5X5
    AND WE ALL KNOW 5X5!

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    Quote Originally Posted by $millionwinner
    OK DOES ANYONE NOTICE THAT "A CODE OF NUMBERS FIVE TO ASIDE" HAVE 25 LETTERS IN IT

    THE PRAHSE=25 LETTERS
    25=5X5
    AND WE ALL KNOW 5X5!
    that has been noted... but what numbers or letters do you use? that is the big mystery. we have a lot of clues that we seemingly understand, but it is an empty shell at this point...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_Gizmo
    ACODEOFNUMBERSFIVETOASIDE

    _____________E___________D
    These two letters are probably the same shade of pink found on page 63.


    Appended, 1/28/2005

    After further review, I've noticed that two of the letters, are probably the same shade of pink that is found on page 63. They are, the "E" from the word "NUMBERS" and the "D" from the word "SIDE".

    Any ideas to relate these color letters to the #2 ATT clue?
    The only token I found was SQUAT!!!
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    Hmm.

    I overlooked this.

    I think it's back to the rainbow colors ROYGBIV.

    Red = 1, orange = 2, yellow = 3, green = 4, and blue = 5.

    Taken in pairs, the colors become coordinate pairs for a 5 x 5 grid.

    First impression: This would make it similar to the mushroom code on p. 100. In other words, at this point, I think it's the 'code of numbers' for a specific treasure.

    Doc

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