posted on Mar, 16 2006 @ 03:55 AM
Originally posted by ich
At that time, the one who knows me will be pulled aside to know what is to be known, to see what is to be seen, to learn all that time can offer, and
attain the reward that is provided. You must know who I am. You must learn to see when I arrive. You must gather the information on each of my posts
for my review. The one who finds and details each, and provides them to me, on the time of my return, at the place of my return, and in good faith
seeks to learn what is to learn shall be elevated to attain the reward provided to me to give.
I believe that is the key.
- We must know who he is.
- We must gather information from each of his posts.
- We must present this gathered information to him.
- When we do that, it must be at a specific place,
- and at a specific time.
- We must also learn something from him, possibly after the return.
Look around, and you are guaranteed to find information on the known facts thus far in the other two threads,
, and here
So far, the main point of focus seems to be a time-travelling dude that goes by multiple usernames, all of which are the names of Greek letters spelt
backwards; and he always posts prophecies that come true.
Obviously, as these 'prediction posts' were made before the thing actually happened, mods have been mucking around with the date of posting line.
All part of the game.
If you don't already know what the prize is, it's an Xbox 360. There is a link at the bottom of every
page on ATS, if you look closely
There has been some discussion, mainly started off by TCS, about the distastefulness of the mods in using the murder of an American citizen as a clue
in their game. If you are concentrating on the game, these protest posts are everywhere. You are warned.
In each post, the 'time traveller' has written a riddle-like paragraph or two. I believe that you have to figure these out, although it may not be
the main point of the game! Just remember that this could be anything.
Currently, most people are trying to work out the riddles.
I think I might start on that as well . . .