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    Default Poem- Actually Reads "With On Piece Nary"

    Well at least I assume it reads with on piece Nary, which is translated as with on a piece that is not a piece, AND there is an extra "piece" to the puzzle. If you actually put the puzzle on page 59 together, and you replace the top puzzle piece with the right side of the A and a red ribbon, with the piece form the right side that looks like it only it is more clearly a puzzle piece, because 1) that piece is duplicated and none of the others are and 2) it has a red ribbon extending beyond the border, thus indicating it is "Nary a piece" of the puzzle.

    So, if you take that piece and look at it from a wierd angle with some light it says ??something??? I think it say ...3 nil...but there is also some smaller writitng which I simply can't read.
    So, the poem says, with on piece nary "will spell out the sanctuary" and it spells out 3 nil (maybe?) but go with me, so you go to page 3 nil, or page 30 and "within the text you have the key" for the one that is missing you did not see", and the only thing that is missing that you do not see is a PINECONE which is also kind of wierd because it clearly acts as a "sanctuary" for the animals in that part of the story, and it being a forest you don't see one single picture of a pinecone. Also pinecone has 8 letters in it and there are 8 black squares on the 5 x 5 grid on page 86 so if you plug them in there they fit well nice, and it goes in line with poem. But after that I don't know??
    OR you could just repeat Pinecone 3 times and you end up with 24 letters, missing one piece??
    OR it anagrams to a bunch of stuff...including PC en one i, or PC N11 which is an ACER handheld...lol
    obviously now I am rambling

    Any Thoughts?

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    Ah gee, I just can't get away from that I SEE the "E" for "ON(E)" there.

    Sorry. But that's how I see it.

    edit 3/17/05: LOL. That's how I see it. But I am so easily influenced,,,, I sure can work with ON piece NARY....as my post following this one shows.
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    Not to open a whole new can of worms, but I noticed on page 33 the letter "u" isn't exactly complete in the word "you." It is mostly covered up by an acorn while all the other letters are fully visible. Just thinking out loud but could these missing letters somehow be a clue? I haven't really checked for any other missing letters yet. Whaddaya think?

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    Default Missing Letters

    Maybe the poem is used in a general term to start to solve the other ?12 puzzles that lead to jewels, but most likely just a red herring.

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    Default on piece nary

    ...i have to agree that it says "on" instead of one. and the reason i think this is because when i first looked up NARY in the dictionary "not one" is the first definition i see... i dunno... so i figure "on piece" is significant...

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    It's so NOT BI-NARY.

    But it IS ON-NARY.

    And if it's NOT BI-NARY, and we believe it's ON-NARY.

    We COULD say --

    The "ON" piece is NARY, therefore the result COULD be "there are no 1's."

    Strange. But you start thinking in STRANGE ways after puzzling over ATT for a while.
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    I thought STRANGE was the requirement for being an ATT junkie??? hahahah
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    This may have been pointed out before, but the phrase "an even code with one piece nary" is 26 letters long. The missing E would be the 17th letter and Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. It could just be coincidental, or it could point to some cypher with E=Q, or something else.

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    No way- there's a XVII, or Roman Numerals 17, on the open nomenclature, so the one piece nary, MISSING THE 17th LETTER, THe missing e and q, most definitely related.

    oh- 26 is an even code, i guess- 2 x 13
    Or am I just paranoid...

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    It's elementary, my dear Watson !!!

    Brilliant deduction ! Incisive ! I'm luvin' it ! (she hums to the tune of the commercial .... and grabs her notebook once again !)
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