posted on Nov, 5 2004 @ 12:56 AM
I just noticed this:
At the bottom of the ATS page there is a tiny little link that says UNAS. Click it and it takes you to a pretty gif of a labrynth.
Now I love a good mystery. Here is what we need to solve it:
A latin Translator.
A spacial analysis of the dots from the center of the disk
A knowledge of Hebrew Letters
22 Hebrew Letters
There are 22 rings in the labrynth. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew Alphabet. Judging from the tone of the mystery, I think that is our first
place to look.
I believe that these dots correlate to Hebrew Characters. Hebrew Charaters have a numerical value. I believe there might be some folding of the
image required. It probably spells out an annoying phrase, or worse yet, it gives us an IP address to some other mystery. I can only assume it is a
mischievious riddle, thanks to Masked Avatar's pointing out of the anagram.
Anyone wanna do the geometry and give us some numbers? I am lazy dharma for this.
-- A little later --
The dots in the rings seem to indicate a regular, alternating progression:
1 - 2,2 - 3 - 4,4 - 5 - 6,6 - 7 - 8,8 - 9 - 10,10 - 11 - 12,12 - 13 - 14,14 - 15 - 16,16 - 17 - 18,18 - 19 - 20,20 - 21 - 22,22
[Edited on 5-11-2004 by Arkaleus]