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originally posted by: Anubie
I will give a solution, which reports current findings, however. The Reasonable answer is that the characters are decoded, variably, until something logical is produced. Any method that produces more then one answer to any decode is never officially accepted. With some notes, perhaps the author was versed in more then one language, so it would be easy to apply the method to english, and etc.
Here is the method used:
1. Anything with "Dots" are Numbers
2. Anything Else are Letters
Following the shapes, to reference letters, it will have the same number of lines, or a similar shape, so multiple letters, but will only form one thing intelligible.
When you see the numbers, the dots are, circles in the numbers or points sticking out of the numbers. So it should be easy just to arrive at this following phrase:
"C5NAL U4P" (The Canal that goes to the surface)
"I1N5K AD6" (The Inlet Extends the Length)
"F3EE32T R2TTW0" (Forty Two Feet, or Frigid Water, Sea Water)
"9B8 TTB37M" (Treasure at the Very Bottom)
The Hidden Passage from the Sea Floor Goes to the Treasure Below the Island
Ironically, using the same method you can probably come to the same conclusion in french.........or not........
Originally, it was solved to say "Forty Feet Below Two Million Pounds are Buried", what we've done was, change number references, so there are no direct number references in the solution, based on that theory, the original translation is not correct.
(the characters as you can see in the decode that is presented, resembles the ones directly below it on the terms of how many strokes or points are in the letters, general design............so we can't be incorrect to a good margin) (based on the original material if that is true)
originally posted by: HalWesten
If you watch the show you have, they believe there are several French drains there.
originally posted by: one4all
So this means all they have to do is keep digging and searching the circumference of the Island looking for a seafloor entrance .This can be found using dyes....they probable already mapped dye leakage in an odd area they had no explanation for....a hidden seafloor entrance would be an odd area.
Anyone ever heard of a French Drain?
The swamp has been thoroughly debunked by photographs from the 30's I believe?