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What's this "triangle" thing about?
05-16-2020, 05:59 PM,
#1
What's this "triangle" thing about?
I've seen some postings that seem to emphasize something about a
triangle being a significant hint or clue or something like that.

Using various online maps, I wasn't able, so far, to locate significant
points that when connected, resulted in any triangle that seemed of any
use in solving the poem.

However, just looking at an online map has occasionally had me thinking
that I see something that is kinda triangular in shape. And seeing an
avatar that looks like an "hourglass", as well as remembering various
comments about time (perhaps being important in a solve), I tend to
imagine that two triangles in a "mirrored" arrangement, touching at one
point, might suggest the shape of an hourglass . . . for what that's worth.

Or maybe there are two "triangles", still in a "mirrored" arrangement,
that don't touch each other. And may not even be the same size.

This seems to work in my solve. But of course, time will tell.
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05-16-2020, 11:21 PM,
#2
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
i like triangles but there might be other hints we can fiddle around with that won't get us crossed up

hints like the secret omega. or why f kept saying "you" the other day

also i wonder if there are any nice hints in TTOTC that are like a visual aid to finding the treasure
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05-17-2020, 09:53 PM,
#3
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
(05-16-2020, 11:21 PM)Chris Yates Wrote: i like triangles but there might be other hints we can fiddle around with that won't get us crossed up

hints like the secret omega. or why f kept saying "you" the other day

also i wonder if there are any nice hints in TTOTC that are like a visual aid to finding the treasure

In my oPInion, "the secret omega" is a worthless rabbit hole. But please,
do feel free to pursue it . . . especially if y'all are feeling a bit Rowdy.
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05-18-2020, 09:35 AM,
#4
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
wwwh is double omega; I won't say anything more about the single omega except: it is there.
just saying ss
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05-18-2020, 03:49 PM,
#5
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
Triangle X Dude Ranch is a popular searcher destination.
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05-18-2020, 03:51 PM,
#6
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
I tink some airports have their landing strips in a triangular pattern.
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05-19-2020, 07:51 PM,
#7
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
(05-16-2020, 05:59 PM)wildfuntear Wrote: I've seen some postings that seem to emphasize something about a
triangle being a significant hint or clue or something like that.

Using various online maps, I wasn't able, so far, to locate significant
points that when connected, resulted in any triangle that seemed of any
use in solving the poem.

However, just looking at an online map has occasionally had me thinking
that I see something that is kinda triangular in shape. And seeing an
avatar that looks like an "hourglass", as well as remembering various
comments about time (perhaps being important in a solve), I tend to
imagine that two triangles in a "mirrored" arrangement, touching at one
point, might suggest the shape of an hourglass . . . for what that's worth.

Or maybe there are two "triangles", still in a "mirrored" arrangement,
that don't touch each other. And may not even be the same size.

This seems to work in my solve. But of course, time will tell.

Triangles and omegas are rabbit holes. Guaranteed
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05-19-2020, 09:04 PM,
#8
RE: What's this "triangle" thing about?
DT says before you discount the 2 omegas, thimk about how he may have ended the puzzle with two ends. We are looking for the End of his rainbow and stanza 6, among other thimgs, poimts to the Indian bronze art statue The End of the Trail, described in Teachers... So find the end of the right trail and you may find the End of his Rainbow, at least we did. Anywho, 2 omegas, 2 ends, TS Eliot, tying ends of string together, etc. There are 2 ends, in the poem, also. IOHO.
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