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  • #16
    Originally posted by whiskynovember

    Can't say. Is the latter part of the line largely passed over as obvious? Is cessation any more permanent than halting? And further, is your quest more physical/spatial than your quest-ion? That's my question.
    I like what you did there! Cessation is more permanent than a halt IMO and thats a hint!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Ninety View Post
      Does anyone believe they have correctly interpreted this line in the poem?
      In a word, yes.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

        In a word, yes.
        What direction are you traveling brother?

        1f

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Ninety View Post
          Does anyone believe they have correctly interpreted this line in the poem?
          Nope...

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          • #20
            how are you doing?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Ninety View Post
              Does anyone believe they have correctly interpreted this line in the poem?
              100%

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post

                What direction are you traveling brother?

                1f
                Relative to what?

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                • #23
                  Just about every word, phrase, sentence or paragraph Forrest utters has meaning to it. First and foremost, you must be speaking the same terminology as Forrest. He does not use the modern or traditional terminology we have come to know. So, when Forrest says "It should be obvious", he doesn't mean what we interpret the word obvious to mean. There is an archaic definition to many words. When you use the archaic definitions for the poem, it becomes crystal clear what Forrest is describing in the poem. On top of that, Forrest hides his clues in plain sight. When he forms a sentence, it is important to dissect that sentence to understand it fully. Otherwise, you might think there is a nothing burger to his words when in fact, he has given a major clue to align to the solve location.

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                  • #24
                    So many are busy pulling apart every word said by a man. Seems more of a distraction to me. When I look for truth, many a time, I analyze what was not said. That speaks louder than words. I don't find that I need ancient dictionaries to figure out stuff in the poem. Perhaps a how-to-manual and how-to-videos of today help more. Keep busy analyzing words thinking there is a clue everywhere and maybe there is a clue. But only the silence will reveal the riddle and without the riddle solved, the Big Picture stays hidden in plain sight and the TC will distract from the truth. Silence is golden!

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                    • #25
                      RT - Everyone has the right to speak or to remain silent. I meant the silence in not connecting every dot to provide all the information to a guided tour and not 'silence' in not answering a question or in responding to people or any announcement. The silence I refer to is the space where searchers have to look as well as all the words. The overarching communication or lack thereof or misunderstanding thereof. IMO the 'missing person' is answered in the riddle and the silence is what leads to the riddle - at least for me. I guess it is more the silence of the puzzle than the silence of ff.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by ROLL TIDE

                        I'll start by saying that I have appreciated your input on this forum, as your comments seem to be well thought-out and logical.
                        With that said, I tend to look at this thing as if I am looking for a missing person.
                        Forrest is the only one who knows the whereabouts of that missing person.
                        My objective is to find that missing person. What he doesn't say gets me no closer to achieving that goal.
                        He has the right to remain silent.
                        What he does say, on the other hand, can and will be used against him.
                        Personally, I'll continue to break down and analyze every word that he utters.
                        Forrest did intend to use the Poem as a way to find a missing person. Himself if he ever did go back to the chest to rest in peace.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post

                          Forrest did intend to use the Poem as a way to find a missing person. Himself if he ever did go back to the chest to rest in peace.
                          Exactly. His initial plan was to die with the treasure.
                          Daniel Castro (Blues)
                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNCrfKtA3lE

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post

                            Forrest did intend to use the Poem as a way to find a missing person. Himself if he ever did go back to the chest to rest in peace.
                            But don't you think that was the first version of the poem and very well could be connected to the first place. Then the second version was born and the second place. I do they think they are close by.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Mr hand View Post

                              But don't you think that was the first version of the poem and very well could be connected to the first place. Then the second version was born and the second place. I do they think they are close by.
                              The spot never changed, only the poem.
                              Daniel Castro (Blues)
                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNCrfKtA3lE

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post

                                The spot never changed, only the poem.
                                Not even an inch?

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