posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 08:00 PM
reply to post by studythem1
be on to something. I am a big fan of the literary hoax and coded texts and all that, and you must be, too, to have even had such an
idea. I read the book just over twenty years ago, or tried, anyway, it is not written very well, and I remember marveling at the amount of typos
Anyway, the reason that I think you might be on to something is because the book starts out, right away, CH1, with this...
"Sometimes words, or groups of words, found in the English language have many definitions or meanings. Within each meaning there may be different
logical and Literal perceptions of the application of a given word."
-Tranceformation of America Cathy O'Brien & Mark Phillips. 1995. Chapter 1, P. 1
So, good catch, I've never heard anyone suggest it. Seems like you would have to start seriously parsing out the typos to try and find some kind of
pattern. Not saying it's there, but it's a really intriguing idea, for sure.
Tranceformation of America
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