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  • Quest
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    Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post
    I wonder if knowing what the Blaze is and not being able to talk about it is like Fight Club or more like an illuminati - secret knowlege, etc. A club that only Fenn and up to one other person are in.
    The other cannot even tell Forrest the correct blaze. Forrest has had people help him with his email so if you message him you better know his hinting style.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    Originally posted by Coinaster View Post

    I think that there are way more than one who know where the blaze is and they know that they cannot tell their secret... a few clues beyond their blaze is a fortune.... My blaze is an awesome one of a kind thing and I hope to solve the location of the treasure soon!
    I've thought that quite a few people have gotten 2-4 clues in... perhaps dozens of people had the prescience to go, and be within hundreds of feet... but if they didn't have the Blaze, they went in blind, and left the area because their Blaze wasn't convincing enough. Maybe they roam all the WWWH areas now. This is much about odds, numbers of people looking, and eventually someone using the correct path of a solve, even if accidentally beginning the correct way. The solve is going to look cut, dry and plausible when one emerges victorious. The Blaze itself may be very strange and rather blinding, exciting or at least provable.

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  • Abyssias
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    Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

    You seem to be over-simplifying. Finding the blaze is a big step, but it may still take a few guesses after that to find the treasure. FF has pretty much expressed this idea.
    Regarding the blaze, I believe it can be seen using GE, and possibly (since the telescope was invented) from miles away. On a proper search trip in the right area, one would not be
    miles away from the blaze when it is seen. I believe it's not a man-made object. But its role as "the blaze" is. of course, a man-made role. This is all part of my opinion.
    I would have to agree with this statement Old Pilot; your father must have been a wise man. I can only hope he is still around, so you may see the expression on his face, when you come back with the treasure chest.

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  • Coinaster
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    Originally posted by 5-leaf Blaze View Post
    I wonder if knowing what the Blaze is and not being able to talk about it is like Fight Club or more like an illuminati - secret knowlege, etc. A club that only Fenn and up to one other person are in.
    I think that there are way more than one who know where the blaze is and they know that they cannot tell their secret... a few clues beyond their blaze is a fortune.... My blaze is an awesome one of a kind thing and I hope to solve the location of the treasure soon!

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    I wonder if knowing what the Blaze is and not being able to talk about it is like Fight Club or more like an illuminati - secret knowlege, etc. A club that only Fenn and up to one other person are in.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by Bill F. View Post

    RE: Scullion BONES (Club)

    I doubt this weaves in simply given the geo-location, but interesting nonetheless.
    I also doubt this man went to Burt's perruquier.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CElT_LdixiY
    Thoroughly enjoyed the link. Very interesting.
    Not nice to make fun of people.....
    Last edited by wwwamericana; 02-06-2020, 02:53 PM.

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  • Bill F.
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    Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

    Lotta bones in his cabinet and everyone is looking for something to chew on.
    He knew it too.
    RE: Scullion BONES (Club)

    I doubt this weaves in simply given the geo-location, but interesting nonetheless.
    I also doubt this man went to Burt's perruquier.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CElT_LdixiY

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by Bill F. View Post

    Same. 4 years ago I bought the Santa Fe Lights e-book and read the entire thing.
    It's kinda quack-o, but also kinda fun. About 150 pages in, the guy slips from
    an initially intriguing premise to some rather broad leaps (hey, you might be able
    to bridge them! -- I wasn't tho). Kinda reminded me of Dianetics, which I read back
    in high school. I was like -- okay, this makes sense. this make sense. this makes sense.
    this sounds plausible. then all of a sudden a few hundred pages in, I was like --
    how did we end up talking about aliens living in volcanoes here to steal our souls?

    Isn't it priceless that a dude who failed at being a Sci Fi writer (Sci Fi audience tends to be
    rather intelligent, well-read, and demanding) decided to make the brilliant lateral move
    to writing a RELIGION. Gotta give L Ron credit. He was smart enough to play to a more ...
    'receptive' audience.
    Lotta bones in his cabinet and everyone is looking for something to chew on.
    He knew it too.

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  • Bill F.
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    Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

    Sounds pretty cool - might be worth the journey.
    Unfortunately for me tho, it's pretty pricey.
    I think I will go out on my own and converse with Nature
    Hopefully I can discover the same things - altho I am not Clareavoyant.
    Same. 4 years ago I bought the Santa Fe Lights e-book and read the entire thing.
    It's kinda quack-o, but also kinda fun. About 150 pages in, the guy slips from
    an initially intriguing premise to some rather broad leaps (hey, you might be able
    to bridge them! -- I wasn't tho). Kinda reminded me of Dianetics, which I read back
    in high school. I was like -- okay, this makes sense. this make sense. this makes sense.
    this sounds plausible. then all of a sudden a few hundred pages in, I was like --
    how did we end up talking about aliens living in volcanoes here to steal our souls?

    Isn't it priceless that a dude who failed at being a Sci Fi writer (Sci Fi audience tends to be
    rather intelligent, well-read, and demanding) decided to make the brilliant lateral move
    to writing a RELIGION. Gotta give L Ron credit. He was smart enough to play to a more ...
    'receptive' audience.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by Bill F. View Post

    not sure if you are talking about this,
    but there's a group in Santa Fe,
    SPIRITUAL GROUP,
    HEALERS
    TRUTH SEEKERS
    and they seek an eternal being who guides them
    to Sacred Spots in the Rockies
    just North of Santa Fe

    For a long time I wondered if Mr. Fenn's special spot
    had to do with his rather miraculous HEALING

    There are places known to offer such things --
    an ancient cathedral in Espanola
    holy earth and waters

    Other places in the 4 corners boast such mystery

    The Santa Fe esoteric society is known as the BLUE ROOM Consortium

    BLAISE is BIG.

    Lots of other words link up with FF's poem.

    Maybe the map is a STAR MAP
    or ENERGY MAP,
    which overlays onto a geophysical terrain
    so that we aren't following the land
    but a spiritually crafted map which lays over
    the map, revealing energy vortices
    which lead to Fenn's place of healing

    BLAISE is said to take us there
    to the BLUE ROOM ...

    http://www.blueroomconsortium.com/ge...Immersion.html


    treasures old and new ... https://old.world-mysteries.com/mpl_rl3.htm
    Sounds pretty cool - might be worth the journey.
    Unfortunately for me tho, it's pretty pricey.
    I think I will go out on my own and converse with Nature
    Hopefully I can discover the same things - altho I am not Claravoyant.
    Last edited by wwwamericana; 02-06-2020, 01:34 PM.

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  • Bill F.
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    In case anyone is interested in a BLAISE Rabbit Hole which begins in Fenn's home town, this one digs deep ...

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  • Bill F.
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    Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

    prob because it is BLUE....
    not sure if you are talking about this,
    but there's a group in Santa Fe,
    SPIRITUAL GROUP,
    HEALERS
    TRUTH SEEKERS
    and they seek an eternal being who guides them
    to Sacred Spots in the Rockies
    just North of Santa Fe

    For a long time I wondered if Mr. Fenn's special spot
    had to do with his rather miraculous HEALING

    There are places known to offer such things --
    an ancient cathedral in Espanola
    holy earth and waters

    Other places in the 4 corners boast such mystery

    The Santa Fe esoteric society is known as the BLUE ROOM Consortium

    BLAISE is BIG.

    Lots of other words link up with FF's poem.

    Maybe the map is a STAR MAP
    or ENERGY MAP,
    which overlays onto a geophysical terrain
    so that we aren't following the land
    but a spiritually crafted map which lays over
    the map, revealing energy vortices
    which lead to Fenn's place of healing

    BLAISE is said to take us there
    to the BLUE ROOM ...

    http://www.blueroomconsortium.com/ge...Immersion.html


    treasures old and new ... https://old.world-mysteries.com/mpl_rl3.htm
    Last edited by Bill F.; 02-06-2020, 01:15 PM.

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  • Bill F.
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    From the author of ON THE ROAD ...


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    Last edited by Bill F.; 02-06-2020, 01:24 PM.

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  • 5-leaf Blaze
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    Originally posted by Mr hand View Post
    Do you think the blaze is unique in its environment or unremarkable? If it's unremarkable, how will you know its the blaze?
    It's unremarkable only because I can't talk about it.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by Mr hand View Post
    Do you think the blaze is unique in its environment or unremarkable? If it's unremarkable, how will you know its the blaze?
    prob because it is BLUE....

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