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Potential concept about the Blaze
02-13-2020, 09:34 PM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-12-2020, 08:30 AM)crazyfamily Wrote: What does it take for the clues to be touching one another?


They can touch in the imagination. Unless all the sb's are just f funen. The one place theory could be too site specific. What if someone else loved that area, read the poem and went right str8 to it, not necessarily to the chest, but the right area.
02-16-2020, 08:27 AM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
Look up the picture of a physical meall... This is a geological hill and they are found in the western American continent mostly. It does put you on a map if you are at clue 8 looking at the blaze. You can see it right in line of sight looking quickly down.
just saying ss
02-16-2020, 11:33 AM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
As a verb, meall =


meall (present analytic meallann, future analytic meallfaidh, verbal noun mealladh, past participle meallta) (transitive, intransitive)

beguile, charm; entice
delude, deceive; disappoint
02-16-2020, 01:29 PM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
perhaps the finder will discover the treasure as if by moving the hands of time
02-16-2020, 02:34 PM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 05:05 PM)Beavertooth Wrote:
(02-11-2020, 03:24 PM)brubr Wrote: Or, the blaze really is a "tarry scant with marvel gaze", kind of like this stone:

The seated figure is gazing off to the right where there really is a dramatic view. The stone is 16"x9"x3" and weighs about 40 pounds. Here it is from the side

Note how carefully it has been shimmed into place. Also note the lichen that is growing on the shim stones. Given the growth rate of lichen, these shims were put in place ~10 years ago. The stone has been placed on top of a boulder at the very edge of a cliff. When you are standing near it, it really stands out. But you have to be "wise" to get there.

That's a pretty scary stone. There are many faces on it, including baby Yoda yelling/crying! Sideways it looks like a rabbit with a missing ear ("Hear me all??")

Looks like a setup for someone down below the cliff to be "accidentally" hit by a tumbling boulder (easily pushed over in its current configuration). Stay safe out there people!

Your photography makes that stone look much bigger than the dimensions you stated. There may be huge demand for skills like that. Smile
Kinda like this[Image: dccfce5e1e216974c0829fe6d77ae64c.jpg][Image: 4b6556ce88f5153c3bdefd4c9c28d04e.jpg]

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02-17-2020, 07:05 AM,
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
I had not thought of 'hear me all' with meall as a verb; in that case hear would definitely be here as a noun. Here meall would mean a disappointment would have occurred here? Hummm, thanks; you always bring up the most perplexing problems, lol... Of course it could be Here he was charmed?
just saying ss

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