# Thread: Figure 44 on diagram

1. ## Figure 44 on diagram

So why does it say "Fig. 44" on the bottom of the diagram of the book?

Furthermore, how would one go about using this diagram? Questions to ponder, certainly!

Yarr,
Kraka

2. ## Why

That's the right question - Why?

Everything in the book was a decision made by MS. Asking WHY? he made each decision is a good path to take.

matches up with Ring 44
matches up with page 44
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3. great to see ya again badger!!

4. Has anyone tried folding their pages of the book according to the diagram . I'm working at it now , but was wondering or lookinging for some guidance.

5. perhaps it means figure out 4x4. a lot of people have suggested that this may use 4x4 grids instead of 5x's like last time. maybe?

6. Ohsolo,

Ahhhh!! NOw it does make sense to me . I just posted this on anothe post then saw this . The 4x4 would make sense . I've been trying to make that figure with the pages in the book and going crazy . nOW I SEEN YOUR POST It makes sense . Look next to the figure 44 where the spell is . 3rd line

This Spell to make = Make To Spell This

Make a 4x4 to Spell what you need to know .

7. yay! I said smoething smart! Maybe

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## origami

It would seem to me (and my 9-year-old, who initially noticed it) that it is a method of folding the page to show the clue (which I've heard people mentioning before). The Chant spell is "Crevasse", and if you go to page 67, which is the beginning of Chapter 15 (also entitled "The Crevasse", there is the page from the spell book with the folding diagram on it, which would lead me to believe these are the pages you need to fold. And, while I don't know enough about origami instructions to be able to interpret a dotted line from a dashed line, it would seem to me as if Zac could potentially be pointing to a clue on the opposite page (or possibly the back of the opposite page) if they were both to be folded correctly... but that's just a guess.

Also interesting, the acorn at the bottom of page 67 also seems to be pointing in the same general direction... hmm...

9. Getting the hang of it. Copper
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I was thinking same thing - plus the crevasse illustration is the 44th picture in the book

10. Also, I was thinking, that this diagram, plus the one on the next page (which looks like orbits), plus the one on the following page (which includes a pyramid) are the only three drawings of this type. Perhaps they are intended to be used together...