Originally posted by tsmeriglio779
I was searching online for information on the Amex black card and came across this thread...this is very interesting! It doesn't sound like a credit
card. I thought maybe it's a business card if the logo was also on the guy's briefcase. I couldn't find anything on the Helix Firm when I
searched through Google or Yahoo, but there actually is a helixfirm.com. Has anyone tried going to this site? It could be what
Just surfin through the forums and this one prompted me to sign up and post what I found. I'm a tad skeptical whether or not the sites a hoax set up
for this very topic, but here goes anyway.
As you can see, the image conforms to what the poster describes almost exactly. Hence my tad of skepticism. No-one could could describe this as close
as he has from a passing glance, unless he had photographic memory... Anyway, I'll carry on.
The motto 'Quisquam Vos Opto' in the picture roughly translates from Latin as 'anyone you to wish for'. When I first translated this I got a
little excited and thought this may be a professional Hitman site or something. 'The Firm' sounds very broad and a little ominous, and the lions and
dragon and scales conjured images of tough, 'eye for an eye' assassins, but then I saw the 'State Dispostion and Application by 5.1.2010' and
Donation field, and came back down to earth. 'Anything you can wish for' maybe??? Anyone good with Latin care to elaborate?
exists and a strange page exists at
Here you'll see some sort of form one can fill out and submit, I'll just copy the text from the page:
State Dispostion and Application by 5.1.2010
"State Disposition and Application by 5.1.2010" This future date seems interesting, however the site could have been created as a hoax, but they
seem to have gone to alot of trouble... A whois search reveals little to no information about the domain or it's owner other than the date it was
last registered - 2007/11/16, and it's IP address - 126.96.36.199. Trying to connect to the ip address via an ftp client was unsuccessful, either by
using an anonymous logon or trying various generic admin logons (Hoping by dumb luck something like admin and password might let me in
Strangely the site is coded for only Internet Explorer and not Firefox (Hinting at a techically Unsavvy Secret Society
) and viewing the site
with IE you will likely not notice the hidden buttons. Thats right, hidden buttons!!! Clicking on the top of the picture of the key will display a
box with "KEY 10182" in it. Clicking the button (Titled 'NWO') just above the Diamond at the top of the picture will display "AW-11" in the
'Affiliation' box. (Also tried both of these when attempting to logon with an FTP client with no result) There is another button situated next to
'The' and above the big 'E' in 'HELIX FIRM'. Not sure what this one does. I think it's a submit button to be used when all the fields are full.
Due to past experience, I'm not submitting any details just yet. If you use firefox to view the site you'll see the buttons displayed clearly.
Using site explorers and ftp clients I can't find any other pages on the site, and the email address that is sent the form details when the submit
button is pressed (if there is an address) is masked.
I might create a dummy email address and submit false info to see if I can get a response from someone.
Anything anyone else can find would be appreciated as now I'm a little interested in this one.
Sorry for the massive post.
[edit on 22-4-2008 by Samwise41]