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    Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.

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    Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
    Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
    1. "Begin at where warm waters halt and take it in the canyon down"

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      Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
      Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
      2. "Put in below the home of Brown"

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        Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
        Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
        3. "From there it is no place for the meek"

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          Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
          Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
          4. "The end is ever drawing nigh"

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            Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
            Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
            5. "There'll be no paddle up your creek"

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              Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
              Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
              6. "Just heavy loads and water high"

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                Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
                Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
                7. "If you've been wise and found the blaze"

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                  Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
                  Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
                  8. "Look quickly down your quest to cease"

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                    Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
                    Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
                    9. "Just take the chest and go in peace"

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
                      Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
                      I'm not saying Forrest even knows this language. But he sure is in touch with the language of Nature in his poem. Judge Nachor to be precise.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TreasureCodex View Post
                        Below are nine clues from Forrest's poem put into the Ancient ABJAB language which can be used to decipher the poem. I'm not saying it is required. What I am saying is what is possible to give positive results.
                        I don't agree these are the nine clues, in my opinion you will only know they are clues when you have married each to a feature on a map. Of course you may have done that and they are such in your opinion. But I am interested in this language you talk about. How do I learn more?

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                        • #13
                          I still have no idea what any of those lines mean. And how you get meaning out of them . To me that would seem harder to figure out then the poem. But I'm okay with not understanding. Sometimes there's more solace with the less you know.

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                          • #14
                            I'm pretty sure ABJAB is specialized knowledge.

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                            • #15
                              if this is the clues I really need to tighten my focus on my chase, I can see where mine needs work. along with my hob, I hope to have solved soon. and my other clues are just waiting on me to finish them
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                              "If you think it could not have been put there, your probably right. f " https://youtu.be/St6jyEFe5WM

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