posted on Sep, 28 2011 @ 02:49 AM
I think I have the cypher. There are 20 increasing sequences of numbers. Each sequence represents a journal page and a word of the message. The
format of the numbers in the sequence is paragraph.character. All characters count, including punctuation and spaces. The journal entry headers
count as a paragraph as well.
Page 15 is the easiest, since all the characters are in paragraph #1. If you type it into NotePad with all the punctuation, all on one line, then use
the status bar in notepad to index what character youhave the cursor on, the sequence spells out the word "representation".
It will take me awhile to do the rest of the sequences, but I'm pretty confident that is the way to decode it.
We need page 18 of the journal to complete this, based on the clues given on the E-A website.
Of course, I could be wrong... I'll know in a bit.
Edit: Anybody care to break up the duties? I'll start with page 1 and work up. Who will start from the end? If it's not lining up, check all
edit on 28-9-2011 by InTheFlesh1980 because: help
Edit #2: This is gonna take a while!!!
edit on 28-9-2011 by InTheFlesh1980 because: ugh