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The Cipher debate
09-17-2015, 05:06 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-17-2015, 05:08 PM by glock20.)
#41
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 02:44 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote: Bet, you are not obligated to read my post or purchase my book. Good Greif! Chill out! I was just saying that Briggs's solve cannot be right because he uses ciphers in it. Forrest said no ciphers! I only mentioned that my book has no ciphers...it's about finding hidden meanings to the clues and about my adventures with BOG. And, no it's not another book it's the same one. You will notice I did not mention the title of my book. If someone is interested they will look it up. I'm not trying to hype, as you put it, I'm trying to get new searchers interested in TTOTC and bring forth new ideas that fit Fenn's guidelines. Why don't you try writing and publishing a book, it's fun, but costly.

Ritt,
You have a great point. I don't know why others get so upset on this message board. Some take things so personal!?! I've been attacked as well by some.. just for having my own opinions and stating that I was obnoxious for thinking that Fenn's Omegas were horse shoes or Stirrups! I guess my interpretation was not complex enough for them.... I love to think and analyze but I shy away from "pulling the wings" off a fly on some areas that I don't think will lead to Fenn's Gold regardless if we know their meaning. I do hope your compass points to Montana.. I know that's where the treasure is hidden, but if it doesn't I would like to see myself proven wrong.

People write books about Mysteries all the time... and Fenn's Treasure quest is a mystery indeed! So I don't see others writing books any different. Have Fun and Make Money! Why NOT!?

And I do like the title of your Book... "A TREASURE MORE THAN GOLD".
http://www.amazon.com/Ritt-Jordan/e/B00XFVRMES

___________________________________________________________

footnote: To all conspiracy theorists, I was not paid or compensated in any form for mentioning this book... :-)
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09-17-2015, 05:30 PM,
#42
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 04:49 PM)mrmagicarovrumrebel Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 04:04 PM)Kermit Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 03:48 PM)Buddy Allen Wrote: Fenn has a reason to highlight the UK.



What is Fenn's reason to highlight the UK? Just wondering. Thanks, Kermit.
because f knows the person who CAN end this is me.....and I am from the UK.

I am sure any shopkeepers, hoteliers and servers in the area where I were this summer will remember me....as will the non-believers who loved my treasure hunt stories at the poker tables......if only they knew.

Oh, I see. I was thinking more along the lines of a "Knights of the round table" aspect of it.

Knights carried Lances. There is a Lance Creek, WY. May be a point on Fenn's good map that leads to the treasure. There will be no paddle up your creek, just a Lance.

Or perhaps a Chess relationship, a King, Queen or a Pawn.

If only we knew. But who knows for sure, certainly not me. Perhaps he is referring to you, mrmagicarovrumrebel.
Kermit.
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09-17-2015, 05:37 PM,
#43
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!...wot a riot!...HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!...ROFL!... Big Grin
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09-17-2015, 05:40 PM,
#44
The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
He calls himself the White Knight because of the character in Alice and Wonderland, it's a reference to him using the Carroll cipher on the poem.
I suspect that's where he found his keyword too, the Knights song has many similarities of words with the poem.
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09-17-2015, 06:05 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-17-2015, 06:13 PM by Ritt Jordan.)
#45
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 05:06 PM)glock20 Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 02:44 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote: Bet, you are not obligated to read my post or purchase my book. Good Greif! Chill out! I was just saying that Briggs's solve cannot be right because he uses ciphers in it. Forrest said no ciphers! I only mentioned that my book has no ciphers...it's about finding hidden meanings to the clues and about my adventures with BOG. And, no it's not another book it's the same one. You will notice I did not mention the title of my book. If someone is interested they will look it up. I'm not trying to hype, as you put it, I'm trying to get new searchers interested in TTOTC and bring forth new ideas that fit Fenn's guidelines. Why don't you try writing and publishing a book, it's fun, but costly.

Ritt,
You have a great point. I don't know why others get so upset on this message board. Some take things so personal!?! I've been attacked as well by some.. just for having my own opinions and stating that I was obnoxious for thinking that Fenn's Omegas were horse shoes or Stirrups! I guess my interpretation was not complex enough for them.... I love to think and analyze but I shy away from "pulling the wings" off a fly on some areas that I don't think will lead to Fenn's Gold regardless if we know their meaning. I do hope your compass points to Montana.. I know that's where the treasure is hidden, but if it doesn't I would like to see myself proven wrong.

People write books about Mysteries all the time... and Fenn's Treasure quest is a mystery indeed! So I don't see others writing books any different. Have Fun and Make Money! Why NOT!?

And I do like the title of your Book... "A TREASURE MORE THAN GOLD".
http://www.amazon.com/Ritt-Jordan/e/B00XFVRMES

___________________________________________________________

footnote: To all conspiracy theorists, I was not paid or compensated in any form for mentioning this book... :-)

Glock20,
One never knows who is on the right track until it is found. I don't think Briggs is on the right track, but I do respect him for his hard difficult solve that he put together. Whether one puts it out on a blog or publishes it, it is a task and it takes effort and much research.

I respect all who attempt to solve this puzzle and wish them good luck, for it is the challenge to solve it that makes it worthwhile and not just the treasure itself. Once the treasure is found then the challenge is over, and we must look to the next. A challenge and a dream is what I say keeps me going. There should always be one for each of us.

Keep following yours. Good luck.

Thanks for the plug,
Ritt

P.S. BET, you should lighten-up and enjoy the ride.
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09-17-2015, 06:10 PM,
#46
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 06:05 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 05:06 PM)glock20 Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 02:44 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote: Bet, you are not obligated to read my post or purchase my book. Good Greif! Chill out! I was just saying that Briggs's solve cannot be right because he uses ciphers in it. Forrest said no ciphers! I only mentioned that my book has no ciphers...it's about finding hidden meanings to the clues and about my adventures with BOG. And, no it's not another book it's the same one. You will notice I did not mention the title of my book. If someone is interested they will look it up. I'm not trying to hype, as you put it, I'm trying to get new searchers interested in TTOTC and bring forth new ideas that fit Fenn's guidelines. Why don't you try writing and publishing a book, it's fun, but costly.

Ritt,
You have a great point. I don't know why others get so upset on this message board. Some take things so personal!?! I've been attacked as well by some.. just for having my own opinions and stating that I was obnoxious for thinking that Fenn's Omegas were horse shoes or Stirrups! I guess my interpretation was not complex enough for them.... I love to think and analyze but I shy away from "pulling the wings" off a fly on some areas that I don't think will lead to Fenn's Gold regardless if we know their meaning. I do hope your compass points to Montana.. I know that's where the treasure is hidden, but if it doesn't I would like to see myself proven wrong.

People write books about Mysteries all the time... and Fenn's Treasure quest is a mystery indeed! So I don't see others writing books any different. Have Fun and Make Money! Why NOT!?

And I do like the title of your Book... "A TREASURE MORE THAN GOLD".
http://www.amazon.com/Ritt-Jordan/e/B00XFVRMES

___________________________________________________________

footnote: To all conspiracy theorists, I was not paid or compensated in any form for mentioning this book... :-)

Bet,
One never knows who is on the right track until it is found. I don't think Briggs is on the right track, but I do respect him for his hard difficult solve that he put together. Whether one puts it out on a blog or publishes it, it is a task and it takes effort and much research.

I respect all who attempt to solve this puzzle and wish them good luck, for it is the challenge to solve it that makes it worthwhile and not just the treasure itself. Once the treasure is found then the challenge is over, and we must look to the next. A challenge and a dream is what I say keeps me going. There should always be one for each of us.

Keep following yours. Good luck.

Thanks,
Ritt


If someone approached me and asked me...I'll give you $10,000 for your SOLVE right now... I would not give it. That's how confident I am... even if I don't find it right away.... I thinks its cool that you guys write books about your solves... but I am too guarded. I couldn't publish mine. I believe way too much into it to give it away...
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09-17-2015, 06:35 PM,
#47
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 06:10 PM)glock20 Wrote: If someone approached me and asked me...I'll give you $10,000 for your SOLVE right now... I would not give it. That's how confident I am... even if I don't find it right away.... I thinks its cool that you guys write books about your solves... but I am too guarded. I couldn't publish mine. I believe way too much into it to give it away.

Glock, you and Decall should meet up and not talk about your Montana solves. He'll bring his floating hat and you can bring your spurs and horse shoes. Meet at high noon for a shoot out. Loser posts his solve here on chase chat. Head 'em up! Move 'em out!
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09-17-2015, 06:38 PM,
#48
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
The interviewer highlighted UK and Andy. F just followed through. Unless they are in collusion I think we can dispense with anything being UK related.


"Let me tell you something else. I've seen a lot of spinals solves, Dude, and this guy is a fake. A ****ing goldbricker." -Walter Sobchack
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09-17-2015, 06:44 PM, (This post was last modified: 09-17-2015, 06:45 PM by Project Why.)
#49
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
The only people that tell others their information are:

1. Those that seek to profit from it.
2. Those that couldn't find it and want others to evaluate their mistakes and give advice or admiration.
3. Those that don't have a clue to begin with and just like to throw **** out there for the sake of it.

Then, there are those that like to tell everyone how they've figured it all out. Those are the ones that need the most help.

Anyone who would EVER say they have ANYTHING figured out, .....who does that? Who would do that? It makes no sense. Why would you?

*******************************************************************
"But I'm tryin', Ringo. I'm tryin' real hard to be the shepherd." - Jules Winnfield
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09-17-2015, 06:46 PM,
#50
RE: The White Knight - Andrew Briggs
(09-17-2015, 06:05 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 05:06 PM)glock20 Wrote:
(09-17-2015, 02:44 PM)Ritt Jordan Wrote: Bet, you are not obligated to read my post or purchase my book. Good Greif! Chill out! I was just saying that Briggs's solve cannot be right because he uses ciphers in it. Forrest said no ciphers! I only mentioned that my book has no ciphers...it's about finding hidden meanings to the clues and about my adventures with BOG. And, no it's not another book it's the same one. You will notice I did not mention the title of my book. If someone is interested they will look it up. I'm not trying to hype, as you put it, I'm trying to get new searchers interested in TTOTC and bring forth new ideas that fit Fenn's guidelines. Why don't you try writing and publishing a book, it's fun, but costly.

Ritt,
You have a great point. I don't know why others get so upset on this message board. Some take things so personal!?! I've been attacked as well by some.. just for having my own opinions and stating that I was obnoxious for thinking that Fenn's Omegas were horse shoes or Stirrups! I guess my interpretation was not complex enough for them.... I love to think and analyze but I shy away from "pulling the wings" off a fly on some areas that I don't think will lead to Fenn's Gold regardless if we know their meaning. I do hope your compass points to Montana.. I know that's where the treasure is hidden, but if it doesn't I would like to see myself proven wrong.

People write books about Mysteries all the time... and Fenn's Treasure quest is a mystery indeed! So I don't see others writing books any different. Have Fun and Make Money! Why NOT!?

And I do like the title of your Book... "A TREASURE MORE THAN GOLD".
http://www.amazon.com/Ritt-Jordan/e/B00XFVRMES

___________________________________________________________

footnote: To all conspiracy theorists, I was not paid or compensated in any form for mentioning this book... :-)

Glock20,
One never knows who is on the right track until it is found. I don't think Briggs is on the right track, but I do respect him for his hard difficult solve that he put together. Whether one puts it out on a blog or publishes it, it is a task and it takes effort and much research.

I respect all who attempt to solve this puzzle and wish them good luck, for it is the challenge to solve it that makes it worthwhile and not just the treasure itself. Once the treasure is found then the challenge is over, and we must look to the next. A challenge and a dream is what I say keeps me going. There should always be one for each of us.

Keep following yours. Good luck.

Thanks for the plug,
Ritt

P.S. BET, you should lighten-up and enjoy the ride.

I look forward to buying the book written by the person who finds the chest....it's starting to look like a flea market around here....
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