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    Default Page 29 Flower Morse

    ONE MANS JUNK IS ANOTHER MANS TREASURE
    Whatever I feel like I wanna do. Gosh!

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    so the rings are in junk yards??

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    Sue, how was the Morse code read? Was it left-to-right like on page 19?

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    Start in the upper right and go counter-clockwise.
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    I mean how are the dots and dashes read for each Morse character?

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    Each grouping represents as letter. The flowers are the dots and the leaves are the bars. The buds represent a word break. For example - 3 leaves in the cluster at the top right actually is 3 bars/dashes or - - -

    This corresponds to "O". The next counterclockwise grouping is - . or a "N". Be careful, even though the sequence goes clounterclockwise for the message, the order of the leaves and flowers is clockwise.

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    I'm inclined to think this line of morse points towards the use of mutliple codes, perhaps coming out of the HBC. One man's junk - ie the symbols that one person doesn't need are another man's treasure - the symbols needed for another puzzle.

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    Something I have not seen on either sight...What if one man's "junk" is the clover ring? It has detailed instructions how to make it which reminded me of a decoder where you cut out a pattern of windows and spin it over text until a message is revealed, or make a slit in the end of a ribbon and have your text or alphabet in a linear form and slid it through to hole either up or down by so many spaces/letters...

    Maybe the two apple disks over lap, with the dark spaces as cut outs and you turn until words are revealed...maybe the eclipse spells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salkns
    Maybe the two apple disks over lap, with the dark spaces as cut outs and you turn until words are revealed...maybe the eclipse spells?
    Been there, done that. Doesn't work.

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    I find it interesting that every morse letter is "customised". None of the single flowers for E are exactly the same. The two O's are mirror images of each other, but in other instances leaves are different lengths or different angles etc.

    This may be telling us that small differences are insignificant.


    I had been looking at the image on this page originally to see whether I could make out anything in the flowers in the background. Then I was diverted to look at the buds in the morse code which mark the division between the words. They are all at different angles and I wondered then whether they indicated directions or times on a clock. With all the differences in the morse code flowers and leaves, I'm less likely to think that the differences in the buds mean anything.

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