posted on Aug, 16 2008 @ 06:40 PM
Originally posted by Ian McLean
Ian, notice that the diagonals are so different. One has all the places filled. The other only has 2 at the top (not counting the corner, which is
part of the left column)... Almost like those 2 are purposely separated. Those 2 are only used one time each
in the puzzle.
One is the next-to-the-last letter of the 5th word. (apostrophe?)
The other is the 5th letter of the 4th word. (dash?)
If you take the entire right column and rotate it on the vertical axis and slap it over the left column, like you said, it lines up perfectly. If you
then count the symbols in the left column, plus the ones in the filled
diagonal, you have 23 "letters" plus the 2 symbols that are used only
Just some thoughts.
[edit on 16-8-2008 by Benevolent Heretic]