Man ok I think Im going to stop following that guys trail, after several websites. Who is lookups, reverse phone number look ups etc....
I notice everythings connected to something else.
To another company and another website.
Not sure what that means, anyhow I guess we should be playing with the image. I gotta get some stuff done, lol late for work. I knew this game would
do that. Anyone else have any thoughts?
With regards to the circle one with a triangle in the middle and various blobs on the lines, if you look at it cross eyed or stare intently then I can
see four triangle shaped object all pointing into the centre.
the images in that picture: on the left is of the top secret "drones" spotted and phtographed by people, one man came out about them saying that
they were reversed engineered from ET Technology. On the bottom of these drones is a "language" as the man describes it, but it is not language and
has nothing to tell you, apparently. It is some sort of programming, that when written on the drones it hives them power or something.
the right image is of the first moon landing and i think that it is supposed to show something in the reflection of his helmet.like a ufo or
Hey great job man, that may not be right but thats a dang good stab at it!
Atleast now we are getting somewhere. If there are multiple ways to solve this puzzle then there HAS to be at the very least a clue in the picture.
Im going to work on some alterations of the pic and post them. I wonder how far along we are. And wether or not this is all just warm up for ten
questions tomorrow night?
Man this stuff is addicting, I bet the mods are giggling their butts off at us LOL! I wish I could write these games, I have a ton of gaming
experience. However I am not creative. That side of my brain does not even function.
I only use the left hemisphere. So Im amazing at logical thinking but when it comes to creating a creative solution Im bad.
I have some thoughts about the wiki article that I'd really like to get some feedback on
from other people following the game.
1) since it's already got a lot of info in it, and we're still in "pre-game" phase, I was thinking of writing up a quick summary of the pregame
stuff as an intro to the game wiki, and then moving everything that's there so far to its own, pregame warmup page.
2) William One Sac made the suggestion that we change the page name, perhaps to "Game: What
is the Conspiracy". I have a couple thoughts about the name change. First, I think it would be nice to use a name with no colon in it, since that
sometimes gets wonky with BBcode linkages. My proposal, I guess, would be that we have two pages: "What is the Conspiracy" and "What is the
Conspiracy (Pregame)". I would have to check, but there's probably a way to use a redirect page so that links that have already been made to
Game:whatistheconspiracy wouldn't become deadlinks.
3) I am neither conspiracy theorist nor debunker. I will need extra supervision in the upcoming days (weeks? months?) from people who know the
material. My plan is to try to edit the wiki page at least once every day or two with updates to keep it current to the game. But it would be
super-awesome if others with more knowledge of the territory could chip in.
4) One place that I think everyone could be really helpful without having to learn a lot of wikicode is in adding links to the end. There are
sections for "See Also" (other TinWiki articles), for "Relevant Discussion Threads" (ATS Forum threads that come up in the game), and for
"External Links" (for, you guessed it, external links).
Please let me know what you think! U2U me, leave a comment on the wiki page, whatever ...
The background images on the new green banner are definitive:
The one on the left is definitely the Big Basin drone #2. There are actually two images of this drone, the one in the banner has been slightly
rotated. The drone controversy began in early last year and continues to this day, though many, including some ATS mods, take the position that the
drone/CARET fiasco is a hoax with some clever writing and CGI along with a few equally-controversial UFO media moguls (LMH) feeding the frenzy.
Things have died down considerably as no new information has been forthcoming in several months, the investigations all reached dead ends, and the
curious glyph writing and document analysis yielded nothing revelatory. Ambiguity shrouds the topic to some extent, though one might argue that there
has been, and yet remains, a conspiratorial element to the entire episode. Certainly the CARET drone story, by its very nature and intriguing
content, has generated a huge amount of interest here at ATS and elsewhere, even a cool music video (below), so the premise, if not the promise of the
drones, is certainly enigmatic if not conspiracy-driven and clearly fits the themes of this game/event.
The image on the right is a crop from a famous image taken during the first moon landing by Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969. The image is the space helmet
and a reflection in the face mask of astronaut Buzz Aldrin. The original photo was taken by NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong, who can be see standing in
the background of the reflected image. On the right is one of the gold-foiled legs of the lunar module (LEM). In the distance can be seen the
American flag. On the left foreground is some instrumentation from one of the geologic experiments placed on the lunar soil. The dark figure
extending from the bottom center-left up to about the half-way point of the face mask is Buzz Aldrin's own shadow.
The Apollo 11 lunar landing mission is actually filled to the brim with controversy. A quick search in the box at the top of this page will yield
hundreds of posts here at ATS that discusses a few of them. Among the most notorious postulations is the belief that Armstrong and Aldrin were
actually being 'observed' by figures they saw on a ridge while traversing the moon (and warnings to 'leave'), the famous "Santa Clause"
reference en route, and several photographic anomalies that elicit much heated discussion even today, nearly forty years later.
For me, this whole issue was very personal for reasons I won't go into here. But, I will say that I was always dismayed and very disappointed that
the first man on the moon, arguably one of the most famous and thought-provoking individuals of our time, almost immediately sequestered himself into
an isolated, reclusive state upon his return. Here was one of the best opportunities for NASA and the US to gain significant free PR and
international good will for years to come, was spooked by something beyond description and retreated completely from public view. Why? What REALLY
happened up there?
In any event, the photographer, First-on-the-moon and now complete recluse Neil Armstrong, was the one who took the picture on the right side of our
"soonyouwillknow" conspiracy banner.
Here's a higher res image of the pic in question:
The original image and other hi-res images taken on that famous day can be found here.
Finally, for those who may not have seen it, here's the popular and well-done music-video of the drones and the glyphs upon them:
Where do you input the thread ID? Just list it on this thread?
I cant help but see glyphs in that pic the second image I posted.
It could be a sequence of glyphs from the CARET craft.
It doesnt make any sense for them to put up a pic with no clue or answer in it. All of the images before this had some sort of clues / answer.
Not to mention there are several ways to solve each puzzle.
Ok, it's official. ProTo Fire Fox has moved the game wiki to
tinwiki.org/wiki/Whatistheconspiracy and left a redirect at the old address. But turned down
my request for a separate page for the pregame, so I guess I'll leave it all there.
Anyone who hasn't checked it out, I highly recommend you take a look. Among other things, it includes thumbnails and links to (I believe) every
image that has appeared on whatistheconspiracy.com since it was discovered. Also the solution to each puzzle so far. It could be a really great
resource for the community as this game goes forward, so use it!
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