posted on May, 22 2004 @ 08:04 PM
I've been working on this from the start, and although I'm not a code breaker I have managed to piece together , from others work on the code and my
own analysis of the cryptic clues, a good understanding of all areas. Including historical references and their relevance to the current story line, a
breakdown of who is who, and more importantly their agenda, potential global locations and more specifically exact locations in three countries, with
three locations in London alone. All of which relate to the historic, number and story driven clues so that the locations tie in to a clue in each of
those catagories not just one random relationship.
I also have four potential words of power that match all criteria.
Chances are all these are wrong, however if you don't follow theories through to their conclusion you never know how they will stand up.
And yet still I am not sure what I'm supposed to be doing.
Do we really think that these are real rings.
If they are, they are either;
1. Being kept by a keeper at a location. Meaning contact is required.
2. Are part of the architecture and must be read when found.
Any other scenario sees the possibility of the rings being found by a non player.
Alternatively they are not real, but clues in the hypothetical location of the ring will lead you to its word of power.
Is there a general concensus as to the nature of the rings.