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I thought Briggs is in Wyoming, or is that only his wwwh and the he searches for the chest in Montana.
(10-22-2015, 02:38 PM)The White Knight Wrote: [ -> ]Actually it’s very correct.

Many people believe that only two clues from the poem have been solved and that four US States are still ‘in the game’.

I’m confident of all nine clues, all nine answers, the decryption basis and method, one National Forest in one US State, the right starting co-ordinates, the right geographical directions up to a lake.

What I’m unsure about is the geographical directions after this lake.

So I've said this equates to a percentage figure remaining to be solved of ~ 5% of the total.


Sir, I visited your website tonight. The solve that I came up with has no lake involved and has nothing to do with a stream, creek or river. Yet, I don't have the treasure chest.
(10-21-2015, 07:19 AM)crazyfamily Wrote: [ -> ]Someone is hawking T-Shirts at hoD with Forrest's permission. Tony Dokoupil wrote his father's biography following his brush with Forrest and TTOTC. I think Forrest wants everyone to profit from this thing. He's commented on a few "how I didn't find Fenn's treasure" books like Ritt's. Forrest knew in advance that he would be asked about the Briggs solution. He had the opportunity to be snarky and instead helps promote a book that doesn't solve the poem. Brilliant.

Crazyfamily,
Yes, brilliant capitalism indeed, we all have to eat....Make that money, another day another dollar right!
Peace and love! Peace and love!
I've already said it's in Wyoming. All the directions are within Wyoming. On my blog site:

http://treasurehuntsolution.blogspot.co.uk/

the answers I've given to Nathan's comments show how the 'lake' part of the directions is formed.
Thanks. Mr . Knight.
I am sorry Mr Briggs but I can state with the utmost confidence that you are wrong. F doesn't deal in codes....he deals only in meaning, logic and imagination.

in his recent scrapbook the colour of the dragonflies, and the geese walking tells me all I need to know.
A level of intelligence is kind of required, but much more important is a craziness and vivid imagination and a logical way of thinking combined with the above that you can't learn and cannot be taught. Once you are thinking on his plain...everything makes sense. You could give 100 of the top academic brains in the world millions of dollars to dedicate their lives to solving this riddle and they couldn't do it...yet an A-level drop out who plays call of duty all day probably could.

If someone beats me to it then I wish them well.
(10-26-2015, 07:57 PM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I am sorry Mr Briggs but I can state with the utmost confidence that you are wrong. F doesn't deal in codes....he deals only in meaning, logic and imagination.

in his recent scrapbook the colour of the dragonflies, and the geese walking tells me all I need to know.
A level of intelligence is kind of required, but much more important is a craziness and vivid imagination and a logical way of thinking combined with the above that you can't learn and cannot be taught. Once you are thinking on his plain...everything makes sense. You could give 100 of the top academic brains in the world millions of dollars to dedicate their lives to solving this riddle and they couldn't do it...yet an A-level drop out who plays call of duty all day probably could.

If someone beats me to it then I wish them well.

Magic,
you being from the UK
are you and the Knight related,
in anyway?

(10-27-2015, 07:21 AM)phoenix Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-26-2015, 07:57 PM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I am sorry Mr Briggs but I can state with the utmost confidence that you are wrong. F doesn't deal in codes....he deals only in meaning, logic and imagination.

in his recent scrapbook the colour of the dragonflies, and the geese walking tells me all I need to know.
A level of intelligence is kind of required, but much more important is a craziness and vivid imagination and a logical way of thinking combined with the above that you can't learn and cannot be taught. Once you are thinking on his plain...everything makes sense. You could give 100 of the top academic brains in the world millions of dollars to dedicate their lives to solving this riddle and they couldn't do it...yet an A-level drop out who plays call of duty all day probably could.

If someone beats me to it then I wish them well.

Magic,
you being from the UK
are you and the Knight related,
in anyway?

What I'm trying to understand is- was he your sponsor, and are you coming to the US with him? just curious is all...
(10-27-2015, 07:21 AM)phoenix Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-26-2015, 07:57 PM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I am sorry Mr Briggs but I can state with the utmost confidence that you are wrong. F doesn't deal in codes....he deals only in meaning, logic and imagination.

in his recent scrapbook the colour of the dragonflies, and the geese walking tells me all I need to know.
A level of intelligence is kind of required, but much more important is a craziness and vivid imagination and a logical way of thinking combined with the above that you can't learn and cannot be taught. Once you are thinking on his plain...everything makes sense. You could give 100 of the top academic brains in the world millions of dollars to dedicate their lives to solving this riddle and they couldn't do it...yet an A-level drop out who plays call of duty all day probably could.

If someone beats me to it then I wish them well.

Magic,
you being from the UK
are you and the Knight related,
in anyway?

(10-27-2015, 07:21 AM)phoenix Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-26-2015, 07:57 PM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I am sorry Mr Briggs but I can state with the utmost confidence that you are wrong. F doesn't deal in codes....he deals only in meaning, logic and imagination.

in his recent scrapbook the colour of the dragonflies, and the geese walking tells me all I need to know.
A level of intelligence is kind of required, but much more important is a craziness and vivid imagination and a logical way of thinking combined with the above that you can't learn and cannot be taught. Once you are thinking on his plain...everything makes sense. You could give 100 of the top academic brains in the world millions of dollars to dedicate their lives to solving this riddle and they couldn't do it...yet an A-level drop out who plays call of duty all day probably could.

If someone beats me to it then I wish them well.

Magic,
you being from the UK
are you and the Knight related,
in anyway?

What I'm trying to understand is- was he your sponsor, and are you coming to the US with him? just curious is all...

no we are not related, I don't know Mr Briggs, and he is not my sponsor.
I honestly believe that there are only a few people in the world that understand this poem (although I maybe wrong).

Larsonist

(10-27-2015, 08:43 AM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I honestly believe that there are only a few people in the world that understand this poem...

Be sure to humbly exclude yourself from this list, Mr. Heep.
(10-27-2015, 09:53 AM)Larsonist Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-27-2015, 08:43 AM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote: [ -> ]I honestly believe that there are only a few people in the world that understand this poem...

Be sure to humbly exclude yourself from this list, Mr. Heep.

I am afraid I can't do that because I have the knowledge.
I don't understand all this fracas with Charmay, Cynthia etc but I wouldn't be surprised if it was in someway connected to what I emailed F this summer.
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