# Thread: The 23 symbols of the Tetragrammaton Grid

1. ## The 23 symbols of the Tetragrammaton Grid

This grid is a mix of symbols mostly greek and roman.

Greek:
Eta
Epsilon
Sigma?
Theta
Lamda
Phi
Delta

Then Latin/Roman:
0
8
9
7
C
S
f
m
I
II (on its side)
V(topped?)
Infinity

Others:
Venus (upside down)
//
Line with three vertical crosses
Line with two horizontal crosses

Does anyone have a better way of describing them? Several can be viewed from different angles to make other symbols. 8 and infinity for example.

Molnar says there is something familiar about the grid?
Is that familiar to something in the book/puzzle or familiar to something outside the Tavernier Stones?

2. ## Familiarity

I think he means it looks like a sieve

3. In several of the puzzles so far, information in one place is used in another place to solve something.

Examples might be

1) SATOR square
2) mirror on the faq borders
3) star map
4) symbol grid over the map
5) tetragrammaton technique on the urns

Indeed the puzzle in the book is like this too.

So by that reasoning a prime sieve may not be used here, but on the jack of diamonds grid.
There are 78 primes under 400. Unfortunately, no vigenere key length stood out when taking either the prime letters or everything but the prime letters.

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Originally Posted by tinyintelligentmachine
In several of the puzzles so far, information in one place is used in another place to solve something.

Examples might be

1) SATOR square
2) mirror on the faq borders
3) star map
4) symbol grid over the map
5) tetragrammaton technique on the urns

Indeed the puzzle in the book is like this too.

So by that reasoning a prime sieve may not be used here, but on the jack of diamonds grid.
There are 78 primes under 400. Unfortunately, no vigenere key length stood out when taking either the prime letters or everything but the prime letters.
You figured out what to do with the sator square?

5. Originally Posted by mlssry
Originally Posted by tinyintelligentmachine
In several of the puzzles so far, information in one place is used in another place to solve something.

Examples might be

1) SATOR square
2) mirror on the faq borders
3) star map
4) symbol grid over the map
5) tetragrammaton technique on the urns

Indeed the puzzle in the book is like this too.

So by that reasoning a prime sieve may not be used here, but on the jack of diamonds grid.
There are 78 primes under 400. Unfortunately, no vigenere key length stood out when taking either the prime letters or everything but the prime letters.
You figured out what to do with the sator square?
Found one use for it - It was a straightforward method that resulted in a word, but not sure yet how it fits with the rest of the essay.

s

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Originally Posted by stvwz
Originally Posted by mlssry
Originally Posted by tinyintelligentmachine
In several of the puzzles so far, information in one place is used in another place to solve something.

Examples might be

1) SATOR square
2) mirror on the faq borders
3) star map
4) symbol grid over the map
5) tetragrammaton technique on the urns

Indeed the puzzle in the book is like this too.

So by that reasoning a prime sieve may not be used here, but on the jack of diamonds grid.
There are 78 primes under 400. Unfortunately, no vigenere key length stood out when taking either the prime letters or everything but the prime letters.
You figured out what to do with the sator square?
Found one use for it - It was a straightforward method that resulted in a word, but not sure yet how it fits with the rest of the essay.

s
Something other than Eratosthenes?

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