Comments: do we still follow? 30 days g/t till a new sardine.? drink to my happy april fools.
There is a book called Peregrinatio by an E. (Ernest) Wolf. Published in German. See: http://www.amazon.com/Peregrinatio-Studien-reformatorischen-Theologie-Kirchenproblem/dp/B0000BPRY5 Apparently the reference is to a 1954 edition published in Munich. Perhaps some body in German could look up the citation.
Comments: Level 4: E. Wolf --- seems to refer to this exhibition: http://i.imgur.com/QwXLX.jpg by E. Wolf and his daughter. Those are paintings based on crossword puzzle hints and solutions. The exhibitionís first full day was on 12 Dec, same day as the current mystery adís publication date (there was a short opening ceremony on the 10th). The show was on the 4th floor/level of the Salt Lake City library: http://i.imgur.com/osv2W.jpg The mystery adís author is apparently hinting that he sees his publications as an art form. So we have a double reference by E. Wolf - A different E. Wolf (1902-1971) (as mentioned before) is also an author of the (Lutheran) theology book Peregrinatio.
I believe what is being referenced in this ad has something to do with this: Leviathan. A patristic (patriotic?) note to Luther's criticism of the papacy.
Not sure if anyone has already pointed this out, but the drawing of the face could be made of letters or have some hidden within it. Like, the nose looks like an "S" The triangle at the beginning of the equation is the symbol for change. Like the change in temp (represented by t) would be the triangle(del)t
Want to raise some hairs on your arm? Why does this message say "SILO GO" and who is it talking to?