Originally posted by DuneKnight
there are 8 circles around one circle. eight planets around the sun. any ideas.
is there a solar eclipse or something at that time, maybe ATS practice somekind of ritual on that day.
Interesting idea you give at the end there...I'm just trying to picture the Three Amigos somewhere in SoHo, NYC on the evening of Nov 5th, performing
some kind of ritual...
The only one I can think of is the Ritual of Bending the Elbow...
(Commonly known as "having a few drinks".)
Seriously though -- because you have made suggestions that need to be considered -- I did a check on Sea and Sky's Astronomy Resources page (which
you can access [here]
) and there are no astronomical events of any note around
Even so, I think that any possible symbolic connections need to be explored. ...Basically, every
angle needs to be explored and discussed...
I do see the link in your concept: the planets basically orbit the sun...and they also have some (limited) degree of interaction with each other...The
"diagram" image SO has given us suggests levels of interaction and also (I think) inter-dependence. While our sun would probably manage quite nicely
without these little planets that hurtle around it, the diagram we've been given implies that the larger central "sphere" would not be of any
significance without the mutual exchanges with the other spheres around it. So, it's similar in some ways but not in others. Good idea, though, and
To explain what I mean, yesterday Springer gave me "applause" for contributions to this thread. Though I didn't know about it at once, the U2U
informing me of this was sent a couple of minutes before my post on page 42, so it had to refer to posts before that one. I kind of suspect it was
support (if you will) for something I said about (a) exploring the concepts of symbolism in the posted images for clues and (b) the possible use of an
anagram "below" the anagram... That doesn't have to mean that a "scrambled" binary code is the answer, but it could be a thought in the right
Well being a relative newbie I was rapt for the support, but then when Springer gave me another "applause" only 3 hours later it gave me a bit of a
jolt -- but hey I'll take it! Anyway, it's pretty well certain the second "bouquet" relates to something I wrote on p. 42...
I've waited a day to say anything about this because...well okay, to be honest it's because I am a newbie and I don't want to look like a
big-head...But if Springer is quietly giving support to something I wrote then I feel I have to pass this on, in the hope it will help us to solve the
be done... I'm pretty sure of that. But we really need more people in on this. New minds, new perspectives and all that... Looking back
through the thread, we have had only a very, very small percentage of ATS's membership post here...I guess it would be around 40 to 50 different
people. I mean, we have some amazing talent among the membership so there must be way to make use of it. This is just a little message that needs
deciphering, after all... (And yes I've also grown a few more grey hairs in the past days over this...)
I am wondering if it would be worth contacting some other members via a "communication tree" method and asking them to get in on this. Is this
Okay, there's almost no way I can get to the USA at short notice and I'm sure there are many of you in the same situation. But someone
can make it if we can complete the task...whoever gets the answer can nominate any other ATS member. And while the "enigma" itself is not the real
purpose of all this, it would be great to get a positive result.
Edited to fix some glitches.
[edit on 17-10-2007 by JustMike]