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Tinad
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Re: Page 28

Postby Tinad » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:43 pm

Please help... I'm on day 5 now
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Re: Page 28

Postby Tinad » Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:54 pm

Nothing helped me but what I can say if you're really stuck is do the next two and you will get this key word as well.
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Re: Page 28

Postby Tallis » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:43 pm

This one is quite tricky because it is so easy to overthink once you get the idea of what its about. Below are some graded hints leading to the solution. It assumes you know keys 25, 26, and 27. If you don't know them, do not continue.

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1) You can ignore the 'ohm' symbol on the stones as well as the '3' - shaped pattern of stones itself. They do not directly contribute to the solving of the puzzle.

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2) The arrangement of the 6 large numbered-stones in the 2X3 grid is essential, as it forms an iconic shape in our digital world-- that of a digital '8' whose individual sections can display each number from 0 to 9, as occurring on billboards, scoreboards, clock radios, digital watches, etc.

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3) keys 25-27 are 'seven', 'two', and 'five'. The bottom of the page tells you that you need to add them together, but 'seven' is not the same as the number 7 in this puzzle. 'seven' has a different numeric meaning because of the digital diagram above it.

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4) If you 'digitally draw' the number seven onto the diagram, you will notice that the lines of a digital '7' connect the dots with numbers 12, 41, 8, and 31. If you add those, you get 92. That's the value of 'seven' in this puzzle.

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5) Likewise, drawing the number two on the diagram connects dots with numbers 12, 41, 8, 19, 22, and 31, which sums to 133. This is the value of 'two'.

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6) Drawing 'five' in the same way yields 133 also. Now, do as the bottom of the page indicates and add 'seven' (92), 'two' (133), and 'five' (133) to get 358. This is the answer to the puzzle.
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Re: Page 28

Postby ZAK » Sat Sep 01, 2018 1:24 pm

I protest. The key25,26 and 27 it had to be in the same line...

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