want to see it?
clue=Working with out of date information here, but I'm a historian so I have a tendency to look to the past for insights into
the present. There is a pattern in the names "Participant Set of 12/1/93", each of the names is associated with a letter in
the Hebrew alphabet, 2 names are associated with two letters. Figuring out the code is somehow related or assisted by the
"topological common range carrier of 4/27/88" though for the life of me I can't figure out what that is. I'm working up a
file now on the names listed in this participant set as they seem to have considerable significance. They are mentioned with
more frequency than some of the others.
I honestly am starting to think these guys are just tossing in complicated physics, mathematics, chemistry,
and quantum equations to take up space and confuse people. the formulas and chemical compounds are repeated
on a million pages. on this one, the box that says "strange mesons" is referring to a subatomic particle that
is theorized to be a component of quarks. the 'strange' is a measure of quantum spin, a property that
describes the nature of the particle. the four classifications are 'strange, charm, truth, and beauty'. by
the by, what the hell happens when the webmaster graduates?
hance: f.y.i - the webmaster - me - graduated in 2000. I work in Tucson but still have friends @ the
paper, and I still get copies sent to me. And, of course, I get all these heads-ups from 'them'.
clue: The quote attributed to Blake should be:
What is now proved was ONCE ONLY imagin'd.
E tak, Opravdavshicss Varoyu, Myi Imeem Mir C Bogom Ire...
Nashevo Uususa Xrista
And so, (justify, warrant, vindicate, authorize, excuse, acquit,
discharge) (boil, cook, brew, make, digest), We Have Peace With God ...
Our Jesus Christ
I'm guessing this is from a Russian Bible, but my translation is
clue: the sideways text at right ("Symbol...") looks like Czech to me.
the text in the small box to the right of "5/1/90" looks like Tibetan.
Euler showed that the Königsberg puzzle is insoluble (one cannot walk
an Euler path on the seven bridges) because all four of the land areas
have an odd number of bridges.
clue: If all the symbols are divided into equal metric spacings you could
extract messages from it even if the adjoining symbols have no
clue: Found a pretty good Czech to English translator at:
Unfortunately, it translates only one word at a time. Using / to separate each word in the phrase along the
side, you get:
symbol / our / he is interested in / not only / for the sake of / (what, it), (what, how) / reprepsentative /
and (also) / for,
on behalf of / it, so, that, what / what / it is
So, a rough translation might be something like, "He is interested in our symbol not only for the sake of what
represents, but also for what it is."
clue: I wonder how near VanGogh's death that quotation was. There is probably a standard edition of VG and that refers to
a specific volume and page. Notice the inset that says "This is the place" That could be a geographic or coordinate
reference to Salt Lake City because Brigham Young said something like that when he first came over the mountains and saw
the future sight of Salt Lake. But he wasn't the first person to say that prhasre. I'm sure
that sign is not from Salt Lake because I saw it years ago. I was waiting for somebody else to point out that it is at
least a double reference. It is from Cambridge, Massachusetts and there is a picture of John Harvard on the same page.
Get some friend of the webmaster's to check but I think it is a direct quotation from John Winthrop.
clue: Hmm...I'm certain that "This is the Place" isn't referring to Brigham Young, as he didn't lead the mormons to Salt Lake
City until 1847, and the year/number next to the quote here seems to be 1690 (a bit hard to tell). It could also be an
clue: The Czech, at right: "Anyone familiar with Czech is well aware of the slippery and elusive set of distinctions that we
often group under the headings "Literary Czech" (LC, for spisovna cestina) and "Common Czech" (CC, for obecna cestina).
"EK NEKRON" is Greek, meaning "from the dead"
The fuzzy furry freak brothers could have been a reference to the underground 60s/70s US comic "The Fabulous Furry Freak
Jessica Augustsson: 04.24.2003
Re: This is the place...
It's a bit hard to see the year, but if it says 1630, it's probably referring to the year the Winthrop Fleet left Yarmouth, Isle of
Wight and later arrived in Salem, Mass. This was when Winthrop, aboard the Arbella, began writing his journal. Included in the is
his most famous thesis, "A Model of Christian Charity" written in 1630. The text of it can be found here:
Did anyone ever look at this after reading the 'fifth email' (http://www.maydaymystery.org/mayday/texts/Hance2nd.txt)?
What is discovered when excavating around the courthouse? I've found two possibilities while searching - either old wall, or
bodies from an old graveyard seem to be the most likely (http://wildcat.arizona.edu/papers/91/85/86_1_m.html) Given that the
clue in the email instructed looking at the lower centre portion of the ad - which to me looks like a graveyard, I'd say the
bodies are what was meant. Right, now what?
re: Neil 6.6.01 - You're right, it's from Romans 5:1. English transcription in Russian: [Itak, opravdavshis'
veroju, my imeem mir cherez gospoda nashego Iisusa Hrista.] = And so, justified by faith, we have peace through our God,
Jesus Christ. Sorry if this is no longer relevant - I just found this place, and have been going over each ad for the
past 4 hours or so... fascinating stuff!
Francesco C. 06.28.2004
the sentence in the central box is extracted from the movie "indiana jones raiders of the lost ark" if I remember correctly
the missing word is invincible.
the map on the background is evidently Rome (my city), but the "Villa Abamelek" doesn't exist, right now I don't remember the
what if vanogh didnt commit suicide,and someone wanted to kill him? also why did he shave his beard on his day of death?
could this mean he used a shaving razor??????
Probably of no real benefit, but I noticed that the handwritten background is tiled horizontally and vertically. A very
quick bit of editing gives this overlaid version. Some
presumed missing words added in red.
stars like those appeared in 1/5/94
One of your more recent note tells you to look at 5/1/94 bottom center. The picture of the graveyard.
1st Thessalonians chapter 4 verse 16:
Then we who are alive, who are left, shall be taken up together with them in the clouds to meet Christ, into the air:
and so shall we be always with the Lord.
everything in these messages are hints--are merely analgous to things they believe--
All those equations are about nothing--and about everything. What kind of assassins drugs are they using to
'illuminate' their minds--
anybody reading these e-mails?
anyone out there?
I think we missed the Arbella, oh ye the pilgrims believeing yourselves to be going to a brand new world.Why does not
one say what one believes -but continues to try to figure out these ridiculously insignificant details that mean
nothing alone--if you step up close to a painting--all you see are srokes of color that mean nothing--you can pick it
apart forever to see how many colors are in each color and never see the picture until you step back and just look.I
think everybody is afraid to be deemed stupid by these people--What in the world are they doing? Have they found the
ark--are they going to another world-another dimesion? Will there be some kind of energy release--
It's got to be big like like, otherwise who the hell cares--I don't think this is about any kind of money--they
obvisouly have alot if they are boom zooming all over the planet going to this meeting and that meeting--are they
masonic? Illunminati--obviously not Knights Templar--since no women could be involved. Certainly self important, that's
But don't think they are all that brilliant just becuase they disguise their simple messages in such a thick mess of
They are after something they think everyone wants and only a few can have--
What is the ONE thing we are afraid of? What is the ONE thing we would seel our souls to get--
Put THAT in your pipe full of equations and see what comes out in the smoke signals.
anybody out there?
I don't think any of you are really paying attention to any of us, the ones who work alone.
The box at the right is Czech. It says:
"A symbol is interesting not only for what it represents but also for what it is."
"Symbol us interests not-only for that, what it-represents, but also for that, what it-is."
The text between brackets is an reference to it's source. It seems to be a citation out of a language or
grammar book about Czech.
Literally the title is something like "The written Czech language". It sounds like an official
academic reference book.
Further looking at the Czech box on the right:
The inverted "caret" sign on the R, C and S is a sign ("hácek") exclusively used in the Czech
language. The author wrote it in BY HAND. That means he hasn't got the Czech character set
installed on his computer or typewriter.
Another meaning for "spisovna cestina" is: The official Czech Language as it should be
written. - The spoken version of the Czech language differs from the written langiage ...
Daniel V 12.22.2005
clue: The sentence in Greek which can be transcribed "agapeseis kyrion ton theon sou en hole
ten..." seems to be from the Bible, and it means "You will love God your Lord and the..."
I think I've been past the graveyard in the picture many times. It looks like a corner of First Parish Burying
Ground, Cambridge. Many early presidents of Harvard are buried there. I wonder if their point is not different than
death and decay but rather they look to life and resurrection. Significantly, Harvard was fiercely even dangerously
theologically orthodox until the very end of the 18th century. The old, orthodox boys are buried in First Parish
Graveyard. We shall rise again and that sort of thing. There is much of that sort of statement running through all of
these. This seems to be a visual statement of a very deeply held belief.
Interesting, Russian line on the background stands out as it has nothing to do with formulas or algorithms. It
reads: "Thus, having justified oneself before God, we have peace with God."
"...the route ... to be inductively obtained from the Participant Set ... (Alef through Segol)" is a reference to ADW
12/1/93 where it assigns letters to these participants:
The Greek biblical passages in the handwritten background are:
Acts 25:6 [after] eight or ten days he went down
Mark 7:7 teaching as doctrine human precepts
Luke 10:27 love the lord your god with all your [heart and soul]
[several epistles] through our lord [Jesus Christ]
On the left side, next to the "ADW:5/1/91: #1.6"-Box there is a 10 DM Banknote. (see here: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5c/10_DM_Serie3_Rueckseite.jpg)
The ship on this note is the Gorch Fock (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gorch_Fock_(Schiff,_1958)). On the front of this note is the
"Beadless young man". A painting by Lucas Cranach, who was a friend of Martin Luther and painted him also.