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    Default The "Moon Like" song

    Anyone else try listening to it backwards? There's an audio version on the site:

    http://www.atreasurestrove.com/Publi...Book/index.cfm

    Download that, go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Entertainment > Sound Recorder. Then open the file, go to Effects, and play in reverse. I tried it and didn't get anything, except that "Noooom" sounds kinda funny.

    Also..."Moon Like"...Could that be indicating things which resemble the moon? All I can think of there is the dandelions.

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    Default Re: The "Moon Like" song

    Quote Originally Posted by zodiacbrave13

    Also..."Moon Like"...Could that be indicating things which resemble the moon? All I can think of there is the dandelions.
    I guess mushrooms could be considered moon like and how about the fairies or the firefly, they glow like the moon.

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    Default musical key?

    I downloaded the song too and wrote the keys of the music down on a score. Could be notated as numerals, but I don't think that's the solution. Maybe...

    As the song plays through (4x) it begins to echo over itself and words are "layered" causing new word sounds. Perhaps we can layer these lyrics to form new words that we normally couldn't hear?
    And then again...this could all be a dream!

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    Default musical key

    I am a noobie, so don't mind if this is a bit off the wall.

    The numbers at the beginning of the book spell out SAVE OUR TREES ART. But on the next page "to helen" is written in the same color. (The only other instance of this color that I found was the A on chapter 7) When you anagram these letters you can get A TOON REVEALS THE TREASURE. I was thinking it was the words the trees sang to him, but maybe it is the actual "toon"

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    Default Re: musical key

    Quote Originally Posted by critic62
    I am a noobie, so don't mind if this is a bit off the wall.

    The numbers at the beginning of the book spell out SAVE OUR TREES ART. But on the next page "to helen" is written in the same color. (The only other instance of this color that I found was the A on chapter 7) When you anagram these letters you can get A TOON REVEALS THE TREASURE. I was thinking it was the words the trees sang to him, but maybe it is the actual "toon"
    Wow, How did we go from 15 letters to 23? Denise
    "You cannot depend on your eyes
    when your imagination is out of focus."
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    I understood her post - 15 numbers at beginning of book + 7 ( letters in "to Helen") + 1 ("A" chpt. heading - chapter 7) = 23 letters. It seems she indicated a relation among these items because of color.

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    PROBLEM, toon is spelled tune

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    unless you mean CARtoon!!! i knew i've watching Futurama alot lately for a reason!! lol
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    Default To Helen...

    OK - just as a note, and this may be mentioned elsewhere, but although To helen is written in RED, unlikre anything else inthe book, it is also his wife's name. On the other hand, it anagrams to Hole ten... and Zac throws a TigerwWood stick to Pook... on their first anniversary, and at all 9 hole golf courses the 1st hole = the 10th hole too...
    I should have prob. posted this is the first section for chapter 1...

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    Default Re: To Helen...

    Quote Originally Posted by sharib
    OK - just as a note, and this may be mentioned elsewhere, but although To helen is written in RED, unlikre anything else inthe book, it is also his wife's name. On the other hand, it anagrams to Hole ten... and Zac throws a TigerwWood stick to Pook... on their first anniversary, and at all 9 hole golf courses the 1st hole = the 10th hole too...
    I should have prob. posted this is the first section for chapter 1...
    I like that thought line but "To Helen" isn't RED, its PINK. and there are other pieces of text in that color in the book-----the number code on p2, the large A on p35.

    I hadn't thought of the 1st hole-10th hole thing though, interesting idea there.
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