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4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
10-10-2020, 09:50 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-10-2020, 09:58 PM by LeadSolver.)
#1
4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
One of my earliest solves (pre-2016 breakthrough)
"As I have gone alone" ALL ONE in there.
and "for all to seek" FOUR ALL to seek.
44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
Where does this lead someone? Madison Arm, HEBGEN LAKE, in 50-100 feet of water.
I believe Forrest's brother Skippy died scuba diving in 50 feet of water. Hebgen Lake is also a place they both frolicked when they were young.
This is the power of a wrong solve. And it is simpler AND more direct than the hoaxer solve. You want to believe it, don't you? DON'T. Don't believe the FF team's Yellowstone solve either. Or Wyoming. Or much of what's been said. The real solve is beautiful. It's like watching a DNA double-helix hologram spinning before you in a timeless plane.
If you share this, credit it to 5-Leaf Blaze, and PAY ATTENTION to the shit I talk about from now on. Don't let these FOOLS drag you down. Thank you.

Also... OMG! RIGHT!? Check it... this is the minimum 4's and 1's you can use within the search area of West Yellowstone. The maximum, would be adding a 1 at the end. This is a few hundred feet away in the same lake, in the same depth of water. This is POWER. I did EVERYTHING with his poem, and I assure you, I have the CORRECT solve. I checked the hoaxers' spot in 2016. I was all over that end of things years ago.
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10-11-2020, 11:38 AM,
#2
4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
"As I have gone alone" ALL ONE in there.

and "for all to seek" FOUR ALL to seek.

44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w

That's pretty good LS.
I too use for all/4 all, but I use it as a tie game...4 all, 4 to 4
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10-11-2020, 12:59 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-11-2020, 01:01 PM by LeadSolver.)
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RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
This is a demonstration of a wrong-but-acceptable solve leading to a compelling place. This is what I hope we all get away from in favor of a solve that looks better, rightfully more complicated, but in a seemingly-wrong place. That will be the correct solve to look out for.

In this early solve of mine, we see only one very obvious thing bringing out the numbers, where they should in reality be hidden behind a second and perhaps third layer.
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10-11-2020, 07:23 PM,
#4
RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
150 people at all times and barely anything happens here. Weird.
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10-12-2020, 12:48 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-12-2020, 01:01 AM by Beavertooth.)
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RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
(10-11-2020, 07:23 PM)LeadSolver Wrote: 150 people at all times and barely anything happens here. Weird.

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(10-12-2020, 12:48 AM)Beavertooth Wrote:
(10-11-2020, 07:23 PM)LeadSolver Wrote: 150 people at all times and barely anything happens here. Weird.

Currently 174 Guests and 3 members viewing this forum. Guests can't post.

Now 128 guests and 2 members. It bounces around.
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10-12-2020, 09:48 AM,
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RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
(10-10-2020, 09:50 PM)LeadSolver Wrote: One of my earliest solves (pre-2016 breakthrough)
"As I have gone alone" ALL ONE in there.
and "for all to seek" FOUR ALL to seek.
44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
Where does this lead someone? Madison Arm, HEBGEN LAKE, in 50-100 feet of water.
I believe Forrest's brother Skippy died scuba diving in 50 feet of water. Hebgen Lake is also a place they both frolicked when they were young.
This is the power of a wrong solve. And it is simpler AND more direct than the hoaxer solve. You want to believe it, don't you? DON'T. Don't believe the FF team's Yellowstone solve either. Or Wyoming. Or much of what's been said. The real solve is beautiful. It's like watching a DNA double-helix hologram spinning before you in a timeless plane.
If you share this, credit it to 5-Leaf Blaze, and PAY ATTENTION to the shit I talk about from now on. Don't let these FOOLS drag you down. Thank you.

Also... OMG! RIGHT!? Check it... this is the minimum 4's and 1's you can use within the search area of West Yellowstone. The maximum, would be adding a 1 at the end. This is a few hundred feet away in the same lake, in the same depth of water. This is POWER. I did EVERYTHING with his poem, and I assure you, I have the CORRECT solve. I checked the hoaxers' spot in 2016. I was all over that end of things years ago.

In my solve you won't recognize what stanza 1 is referring to until after you solve clues 1 through 5 and are trying to solve clue 6 that comes in stanza 5.

Stanza 1 is referring to the same area as is stanzas 5 and 6----as above, so below. Stanza 1 starts with "As" and stanzas 5 and 6 both start with "So."

In the first line, "As I have gone alone in there," who or what is the "I" referring to? From stanza 5 and 6 you will see that it is referring to the sprinkler line. As I (the sprinkler line) have gone alone (all one....all of the individual sprinklers attached to the line, along with the sprinkler pipe itself, are considered as one unit.)

Also, the field that the sprinkler line waters is only a half circle, not a full circle, so it only goes half (As I half gone....). It looks like half of a pie. Sound familiar?

Is the "effort" of the pump, the sprinkler pipe, and the sprinkler heads "worth the cold" water that is pumped through it? Hmmm.....
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10-14-2020, 01:02 AM, (This post was last modified: 10-14-2020, 01:07 AM by Faulkins Maze.)
#7
RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
It sure makes one wonder what a hundred some odd lurkers are here for .....

Oh wait nm ....they are here for the ...Truth ...


I'm a little slow at times , but i catch on

(10-12-2020, 09:48 AM)trigace Wrote:
(10-10-2020, 09:50 PM)LeadSolver Wrote: One of my earliest solves (pre-2016 breakthrough)
"As I have gone alone" ALL ONE in there.
and "for all to seek" FOUR ALL to seek.
44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
Where does this lead someone? Madison Arm, HEBGEN LAKE, in 50-100 feet of water.
I believe Forrest's brother Skippy died scuba diving in 50 feet of water. Hebgen Lake is also a place they both frolicked when they were young.
This is the power of a wrong solve. And it is simpler AND more direct than the hoaxer solve. You want to believe it, don't you? DON'T. Don't believe the FF team's Yellowstone solve either. Or Wyoming. Or much of what's been said. The real solve is beautiful. It's like watching a DNA double-helix hologram spinning before you in a timeless plane.
If you share this, credit it to 5-Leaf Blaze, and PAY ATTENTION to the shit I talk about from now on. Don't let these FOOLS drag you down. Thank you.

Also... OMG! RIGHT!? Check it... this is the minimum 4's and 1's you can use within the search area of West Yellowstone. The maximum, would be adding a 1 at the end. This is a few hundred feet away in the same lake, in the same depth of water. This is POWER. I did EVERYTHING with his poem, and I assure you, I have the CORRECT solve. I checked the hoaxers' spot in 2016. I was all over that end of things years ago.

In my solve you won't recognize what stanza 1 is referring to until after you solve clues 1 through 5 and are trying to solve clue 6 that comes in stanza 5.

Stanza 1 is referring to the same area as is stanzas 5 and 6----as above, so below. Stanza 1 starts with "As" and stanzas 5 and 6 both start with "So."

In the first line, "As I have gone alone in there," who or what is the "I" referring to? From stanza 5 and 6 you will see that it is referring to the sprinkler line. As I (the sprinkler line) have gone alone (all one....all of the individual sprinklers attached to the line, along with the sprinkler pipe itself, are considered as one unit.)

Also, the field that the sprinkler line waters is only a half circle, not a full circle, so it only goes half (As I half gone....). It looks like half of a pie. Sound familiar?

Is the "effort" of the pump, the sprinkler pipe, and the sprinkler heads "worth the cold" water that is pumped through it? Hmmm.....

Dunno , But I just met this dude who told me he read your post and had this to say :

"You better give it some oil , before your pump in the pie stops working . Maybe the sprinkler could help ? "

I am just an objective observer and nothing more .
"The first game on the list ! .....Go right through Faulkens Maze ."
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10-14-2020, 01:53 AM,
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RE: 4 ALL and ALL 1: Hebgen Lake, 50-100 feet of water 44°44'44" N 111°11'1" w
I suppose yer boi missed something. He should go look at my real one. The reiteration I made for Ayani. There's no need to pay attn to this Hebgen one. It was just a 15 minute fabrication that made more sense than K/Cows stuff. Go see the one that has an uncanny ability to be missed* (Just my suggestion) if not now... it'll surely be recognized at some point- you know, the one that beats greater odds than a state lottery. Yes, that other one that no one wants to see****
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