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  • "Y" is it that I must go ...

    Finn said every little word might count in his poem. Even the tiniest one we might be prone to look right past it ...

    Well, some say "Why ask why."

    I say: "Why NOT ask why ..."

    (an no, this ain't no BUD Dry commercial so don even ask. I'm a 'High Life' man myself anyhow ...)

    I always said this thing dug furthark than we think. (How deep IS a hole)
    I believe near 10 years and countin' attests tuh that fact.

    So let's talk about Y ...

    Fenn said he's a Pagan, or least he sure has hinted at it a lot (prays tuh ODIN) ...
    hence the name uh this THOR site even.

    Thor comes from the rune Thurisaz.

    But what rune comes from "why" or "Y?"

    FURTHARK or YOUNGER FURTHARK as it's sometimes called.

    Runes is Symbols with a hole buncha meanin' packed into em. LIFE meanin.

    The meanin uh FURTHARK in fact is LIFE itself. It's the LIFE rune:

    "Life rune"

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    So we got ONE SYMBOL that stands for both LIFE and DEATH jus pendin which direction ye ride yer bicycle.

    When you consider what Finn had awn his mine when he writ this poem, don't that make a hole lotta cents?

    An the POEMS they writ bout this rune ...

    A) they mention Finn's NAME
    B) they mention a HoB AND Water High
    C) they cast a protective spell that swears tuh spill the blood uh any man tries tuh GRAB at 'em
    D) they mention the omission uh the letter/symbol "X" an thus significance uh that
    E) this iteration stans for castin' metals an epithets awn coffins an whatnot

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    * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

    When Finn writ this poem, wudnt he contemplating whether to go the way uh DEATH (takin his own life) or LIFE (a healin that could wash down over him)?
    It would make cents then that he would say "Y is it that I must go" -- cause he gotta go down one path or up the other.

    An if ya don't think RUNES got somethin' tuh do with all this, then jist ask yerself why Finn always signs off either ...

    'f' -OR- 'ff'

    Ever think uh that?

    Well, the Rune "f" means:

    WEALTH, MONEY, CATTLE

    Now ain't that fittin?!

    Y do ya think Finn went an named his publishin company the Won Horse n CATTLE company?
    Y ya think the ole feller is swimmin up tuh his ears in dough??
    Y ya think he always signs off "f" or "ff" -- dependin' on whether he feels lucky or double lucky that day to the punk he's a talkin' to.

    F Rune:

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    Sew we got the "Y" Rune bein YOUNG Furthark, an the "F" Rune bein OLD Furthark.

    Father n Son?

    So now we got a cycle uh Life-->Death-->Life
    an Young-->Old-->Young

    We got somethin that can cure sickness, restore health, and revitalize youth.

    An it's all in f's sigature an his poem.

    Why u thank Finn went an put a SHEEP steaduva Goat in that there pic a few SB's back?

    Abberation tuh lead us right back tuh RUNES maybe??!****

    (Well whatever endin I writ tuh all this got cut off. An now I gotta go milk my durn cows n kittens...)
    Last edited by A Leach; 10-23-2019, 09:21 AM.

  • #2
    That is the question (of the poem).
    Questing song:
    The Beatles "I'll Be Back"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K9Ij6VmOD4

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    • #3
      Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post
      That is the question (of the poem).
      I'd say "thas deep"
      but then u'd ask: "how deep" (is a hole)
      an then round n round we go ...

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      • #4
        Originally posted by A Leach View Post

        I'd say "thas deep"
        but then u'd ask: "how deep" (is a hole)
        an then round n round we go ...
        Deep, from the other side.... Wherever that is. https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=Df...&feature=share

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        • #5
          Originally posted by A Leach View Post
          Finn said every little word might count in his poem. Even the tiniest one we might be prone to look right past it ...

          Well, some say "Why ask why."

          I say: "Why NOT ask why ..."

          (an no, this ain't no BUD commercial so don even ask. I'm a 'High Life' man myself)

          I always said this thing dug furthark than we think. (How deep IS a hole) I believe near 10 years and countin' attests tuh that fact.

          So let's talk about Y ...

          Fenn said he's a Pagan, or least he sure has hinted at it a lot, hence the name uh this THOR site even.

          Thor comes from the rune Thurisaz. But what rune comes from "why" or "Y?"

          FURTHARK or YOUNGER FURTHARK as it's sometimes called.

          Runes is Symbols with a hole buncha meanin' packed into em. LIFE meanin.

          The meanin uh FURTHARK in fact is LIFE itself. It's the LIFE rune:

          "Life rune"

          The Yr rune came to be seen as the "life rune" inverted and interpreted as "death rune" (Todesrune) During the World War II era, these two runes (ᛉ for "born", ᛦ for "died") came to be used in obituaries and on tomb stones as marking birth and death dates, replacing asterisk and cross symbols (* for "born", for "died") conventionally used in this context in Germany. It has always been clear that this association is an innovation of modern esotericism, without direct precedent in the medieval usage of the Younger Futhark alphabet. This fact was pointed out in an article in the German journal Stimmen der Zeit as early as in 1940.[12]

          So we got ONE SYMBOL that stands for both LIFE and DEATH jus pendin which direction ye ride yer bicycle.

          When you consider what Finn had awn his mine when he writ this poem, don't that make a hole lotta cents?

          An the POEMS they writ bout this rune ...

          A) they mention Finn's NAME
          B) they mention a HoB AND Water High
          C) they cast a protective spell that swears tuh spill the blood uh any man tries tuh GRAB at 'em
          D) they mention the omission uh the letter/symbol "X" an thus significance uh that
          E) this iteration stans for castin' metals an epithets awn coffins an whatnot
          Anglo-Saxon futhorc[edit]

          The name of the Anglo-Saxon rune ᛉ is variously recorded as eolx, ilcs, ilix, elux, eolhx. Manuscript tradition gives its sound value as Latin x, i.e. /ks/, or alternatively as il, or yet again as "l and x". The relevant stanza of the Anglo-Saxon rune poem reads:[5]sec[g e]ard hæfþ oftust on fenne ƿexeð on ƿature, ƿundaþ grimme blode breneð beorna gehƿylcne ðe him ænigne onfeng gedeþ.
          Reading the rune as eolhx (as discussed above), and with the emendation of seccard to secg eard due to Grimm (1821), the stanza becomes about a species of sedge (Cladium mariscus) called "elk-sedge". In the translation of Page (1999):[6]The Elk-sedge usually lives in the fen, growing in the water. It wounds severely, staining with blood any man who makes a grab at it. The 9th-century abecedarium anguliscum in Codex Sangallensis 878 shows eolh as a peculiar shape, as it were a bindrune of the older ᛉ with the Younger Futhark ᛦ, resulting in an "asterisk" shape similar to ior ᛡ.

          The only known instance where the rune does take the sound value of Latin x in epigraphy is the spelling of rex "king" on the interlace coin dies of king Beonna (mid 8th century). Furthermore, it appears in the inscription on St Cuthbert's coffin (late 7th century) in the abbreviation of the name Christ, where Greek ΧΡϹ is taken as Latin xps and rendered as runic ᛉᛈᛋ.

          * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

          When Finn writ this poem, wudnt he contemplating whether to go the way uh DEATH (takin his own life) or LIFE (a healin that could wash down over him)?
          It would make cents then that he would say "Y is it that I must go" -- cause he gotta go down one path or up the other.

          An if ya don't think RUNES got somethin' tuh do with all this, then jist ask yerself why Finn always signs off either ...

          'f' -OR- 'ff'

          Ever think uh that?

          Well, the Rune "f" means:

          WEALTH, MONEY, CATTLE

          Now ain't that fittin?!

          Y do ya think Finn went an named his publishin company the Won Horse n CATTLE company?
          Y ya think the ole feller is swimmin up tuh his ears in dough??
          Y ya think he always signs off "f" or "ff" -- dependin' on whether he feels lucky or double lucky that day to the punk he's a talkin' to.

          Rune "F" --
          The Fe rune ᚠ (Old Norse ; Old English feoh) represents the f-sound in the Younger Futhark and Futhorc alphabets. Its name means "(mobile) wealth", cognate to English fee with the original meaning of "sheep" or "cattle" (Dutch Vee, German Vieh, Latin pecū, Sanskrit pashu).

          The rune derives from the unattested but reconstructed Proto-Germanic *fehu in the Elder Futhark alphabet, with the original meaning of "money, cattle, wealth".[1]

          The corresponding letter of the Gothic alphabet is

          (Why u thank Finn went an put a SHEEP steaduva Goat in that there pic a few SB's back? Abberation leadin us tuh RUNES jis maybe?****)

          (Well whatever endin I writ tuh all this got cut off. An now I gotta go milk my durn cows n kittens. Aint that jus perrrfect ...)
          You sound like Huck Finn. Is you Huck? Is you now?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SimonSays
            ...
            Wowzers ...

            #ItsAllThere

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            • #7
              Y is a crooked letter.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Goldilocks View Post
                Y is a crooked letter.
                Y = both a Pusher an a Preacher ...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by A Leach View Post

                  Y = both a Pusher an a Preacher ...

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                  kaBOOM.
                  Questing song:
                  The Beatles "I'll Be Back"
                  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2K9Ij6VmOD4

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                  • #10
                    I like to think its the path to Victory

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                    • #11
                      Go right or left. Trolls will go straight down the middle, off trail. Y upside down with I and a circle is the peace symbol. At least that’s what I like to do. Y and I symbol also may represent ALGIZ the white elk, a Norse symbol of blessing and protection.

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                      • #12
                        Castle, sometimes you'll go quiet for a sec an I'll think you done quit, and then Yule Log bout 10 or 12 of the durn most insightful posts I ever seen. An jist fore the record, I've turnt over more than one log out searchin for Finn's gold. I always make sure nobody's round when I do cause I fill kinda childlike. In that won SB ... 192 or 3, with the picture of that TREE upturned by the roots clingin tuh TREASURE, I was SURE I wuz lookin for ah upturnt tree jis like this in my search area. An boy did I fine em. An boy did I turn em. An boy did I dig em. An some hid treasure jis beneath. I found uh ole metal FLASK under won but it was all crumpled an half gut rot out. Later I think I fount out i wudnt no flask but ruther uh ole oil can they useta be shaped flat like flasks back in the ole days. Treasures Abound. Specially yer writins. Keep awn keepin awn man in the Hi Castle!

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                        • #13
                          Hmmmm ja, Castellaw and A Leach... you are really smart and entertaining creatures!! Thanks for posting out of the darkest backside corners of your apparently obviously quite surely big brainz!

                          Oh and A Leach... I think I met your albino brother... B Leach.... oh my... I had to do this.... I wish I was smart, too!
                          „It‘s almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody‘s beard.“
                          G. C. Lichtenberg

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 1keyword
                            even if that's not the solve, you can do all this yourself and see that it does in fact do that... is Las Vegas the jackpot? and is the poem all an ode to his family and especially his wife? cause it sure looks like it might be... he put it out there for us to solve so ifn we do and we chose to share it I guess that's up to us. if you dig into this and it is indeed what he did it pretty genius and would be an epic poem and an epic piece of living performance art amongst other things..
                            It's all very interesting, but can you tell me what links Las Vegas to anything other than the mark in the paper? I guess I don't understand the significance of the city and the Chase. Thanks!

                            Moody

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                            • #15
                              1key: that is a beauty! The whole solve reflects everything this Chase is made for, so it is correct in its unique way! Thanks for sharing!! Oh and the shot of the mountain is superb!
                              „It‘s almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody‘s beard.“
                              G. C. Lichtenberg

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