# Thread: Dreamer one on ending?

1. I personally think that I like this solution better than anything else so far because it ties into the story. The mist totally seems like polution/CO2 burning a whole in the ozone when I read it now.

3. I think the rest of the sentence is an anagram.

"dreamer one on ending, I cause your puzzling"

this is too contrived to make sense as it is.

I've been working on anagrams for this; it is hard because there are so many letters.

But if you look you will see that "zip code" is in there!!

wilhouse

4. so is zac, guile, region, zone, area, undo.... and these are only some of the more relavent words we've found

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the entire phrase is 12 words

- avoiding the "moon like" sentance for just a moment-

"Dreamer one on ending, I cause your puzzling."
Dreamer = 7 letters, one=3, on=2, ending=6, I=1, cause=5, your=4, puzzling=8

... you have the numbers 1-8, with no repetitions unless you include the 4 4 letter words (moon like, moon like) at the beginning.

I wondered if it meant to take the "Dreamer..." portion of the text and divide it into 4 letter portion to anagram (i.e. Drea= Dare/Read ... mero= more/Rome ...etc.)

Also is interesting to note that the first three words have tweleve letters in it (Dreamer one on), the second three words have tweleve letters (ending I cause) and the last two words have twelve letters in them (your puzzling).

I think this could be significant, but I have no idea how it all fits together.

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Also interesting to note that starting with "Dreamer..." the sentance goes 2 odd numbered words, 2 even numbered words, 2 odd numbered, 2 even. This patteren might be important for pulling other texts from the book.

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## fun with anagrams

long time lurker, first time poster.....
these don't make sense, but they are interesting

dreamer one on ending = no edged iron near men
endeared one morning

i cause your puzzling = a puzzle is curing you
a zulu coin guys prize
i usurp a yogic nuzzle

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all those repeating dandelions - don't they look like 3/4 moons to you? moon-like? neither half nor whole?

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Alright...I think this is how the moonlike text is solved. "Moon like, moon like. Dreamer one on ending, I cause your puzzling." Taking the number of the letters in the words, you get dreamer=7, one=3, on=2, ending=6, I=1, cause=5, your=4, puzzling=8 ... 7,3,2,6,1,5,4,8. Now, taking the "moonlike", rearrange the letters in order of the number of the words. M would be in the 7th spot, O would be in the 3rd spot, etc. Doing this, you get the anagram that someone else came up with: Look in me. I believe that is what you are suppose to get from that whole phrase- LOOK IN ME

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Wow. Very cool that it does play out that way

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