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Here’s how Forrest messed with me
07-31-2020, 02:09 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-31-2020, 02:14 PM by crazyfamily.)
#1
Here’s how Forrest messed with me
I wrote him several times with details of our solution, and a few other times with reference to other things in the same area. There are several scrapbooks that had elements of these discussions. Here is one that I had particular fun with....

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07-31-2020, 02:25 PM,
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
Am I missing something? I don't understand why that's on the map. So you are the first one to get that sketch set to you by Forrest?
© Stephanie
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07-31-2020, 02:39 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-31-2020, 02:40 PM by crazyfamily.)
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Here’s how Forrest messed with me
No, you’re not missing anything. I overlayed it onto the map in photoshop because the way the legs are bent reminded me of I25 as it winds through Santa Fe. It was my interpretation of what that scrapbook was about. Timing is important when analyzing what he is saying. I was emailing him about the area when that scrapbook came out. That’s all. He took those elements and made them back into his story.

He’s very creative.
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07-31-2020, 02:53 PM,
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
(07-31-2020, 02:39 PM)crazyfamily Wrote: No, you’re not missing anything. I overlayed it onto the map in photoshop because the way the legs are bent reminded me of I25 as it winds through Santa Fe. It was my interpretation of what that scrapbook was about. Timing is important when analyzing what he is saying. I was emailing him about the area when that scrapbook came out. That’s all. He took those elements and made them back into his story.

He’s very creative.

oh ok. I get it now. Cool!
© Stephanie
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07-31-2020, 02:53 PM,
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
Some of those kids from Peñasco are very bright.
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07-31-2020, 02:55 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-31-2020, 03:03 PM by LeadSolver.)
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
I always thought the 5 highways connecting in San Antonio looked like some trippy-walking individual on a map. But I want to use yours as a prime example on why to not leave a solve open to interpretation, but rather, use the poem's fixed points. I think everyone will end up knowing for sure what I'm talking about, even if they won't see it now, that the real solve generates from a constant.
Better explained... it is this mathematical constant that, if you set 10 people on the correct opening of the solve (the poem algorithm), they are MORE likely to end up in the same county than if they all tried this or similar pattern thinking on maps.
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07-31-2020, 03:23 PM,
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Here’s how Forrest messed with me
(07-31-2020, 02:55 PM)LeadSolver Wrote: I always thought the 5 highways connecting in San Antonio looked like some trippy-walking individual on a map. But I want to use yours as a prime example on why to not leave a solve open to interpretation, but rather, use the poem's fixed points. I think everyone will end up knowing for sure what I'm talking about, even if they won't see it now, that the real solve generates from a constant.
Better explained... it is this mathematical constant that, if you set 10 people on the correct opening of the solve (the poem algorithm), they are MORE likely to end up in the same county than if they all tried this or similar pattern thinking on maps.

Well, you’re right about one thing, I don’t know what the hell you’re talking about. Forrest can interpret pretty much anything anyway he desires, and you don’t really understand anything about my solution.
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07-31-2020, 03:35 PM,
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
(07-31-2020, 02:09 PM)crazyfamily Wrote: I wrote him several times with details of our solution, and a few other times with reference to other things in the same area. There are several scrapbooks that had elements of these discussions. Here is one that I had particular fun with....

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Stick Man at original resolution


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Map of Santa Fe Area


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Paste Stick Man onto Map


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Make background transparent


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The ball on the one yard line!

You're on the ball, I see.
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07-31-2020, 04:31 PM,
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Here’s how Forrest messed with me
(07-31-2020, 02:53 PM)æ___ Wrote: Some of those kids from Peñasco are very bright.
Close. The brains for the Pueblo revolt came from Ohkay Owingeh.
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07-31-2020, 04:50 PM, (This post was last modified: 07-31-2020, 04:52 PM by æ___.)
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RE: Here’s how Forrest messed with me
Pueblo revolt leaders and their home Pueblos:

Ku-htihth (Cochiti): Antonio Malacate
Galisteo (Galisteo): Juan El Tano
Walatowa (Jemez): Luis Conixu
Nambé (Nambé): Diego Xenome
Welai (Picuris): Luis Tupatu (Ciervo Blanco)
Powhogeh (San Ildefonso): Francisco El Ollito and Nicolas de la Cruz Jonv
Ohkay (San Juan): Po'pay and Tagu
San Lazaro: Antonio Bolsas and Cristobal Yope
Khapo (Santa Clara): Domingo Naranjo and Cajete
Kewa (Santo Domingo): Alonzo Catiti
Teotho (Taos): El Saca
Tehsugeh (Tesuque): Domingo Romero

[Sando, Joe S. and Herman Agoyo, editors, Po'pay: Leader of the First American Revolution, Clear Light Publishing, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2005 p. 110]

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