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  • Page 43 of TTOTC has 52 words. Page 52 of TFTW has 43 words. Scrapbook 52 has 43 letters to the word border, then later it reads north. I think 43°52" are to be together don't you think?
    TTOTC book also has 43 words from paragraph/sentence beginning, to the word border
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    • I can't believe this! This is identical to the hundred plus word counts he has left and is identical to the hidden 109's he has placed in the photos. If you've been through this thread you will see them. This is the 69th post on this thread proving 109.
      99 words plus the 10............. He has given us a hint to a general location. How about them apples. I still don't believe it.
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      Page 3 of TTOTC (The Chest Photo)
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      Page 43 with 109
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      Another page 43 with 109 OUAW
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      Last edited by OH!!; 06-24-2020, 09:29 PM.

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      • In this thread there are identicals of Forrest using the same exact count method as his final post. If you go back and read them, you'll see what I mean.
        Here is a scrapbook where he again uses math.
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        Post#70 of 109 proof.
        Last edited by OH!!; 06-25-2020, 08:08 AM.

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        • This is an old solve. I should of written that "Chocolate" is a color and the are 109 letters.
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          Post#71 of 109 proof.
          Last edited by OH!!; 06-25-2020, 08:08 AM.

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          • Here is a forgotten one I should of added to Scrapbook 124 when I showed the errors solve. From paragraph/sentence beginning, or from two special words, with one containing a poem word has been his method since the very beginning. Or entwining a number with word count.
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            Post#72 of 109 proof.
            Last edited by OH!!; 06-25-2020, 08:08 AM.

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            • In SB 99.5 which sounds like a temperature, at the very last sentence, Forrest mentions warm water.
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              There are 29 words and then you add the 80, which equals 109. 109° is where warm waters halt. When the Sunshine goes down the canyon as we all perceive it, all we see is the 109th part of the sun. This is because the sun is 109 times greater than earth. When the sun sets, warm waters halt. (the plural waters)
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              Forrest has done the same exact method in his final post. There are many like this if you study the scrapbooks, books, comments and my previous post on this thread.
              I am not going to elaborate on it anymore. I am positive of what he did with his final post.
              This link holds two more counts like his final ""The Treasure Has Been Found" count. https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...944#post168944

              There are 99 words and then you add the 10, which equals 109.
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              On Scrapbooks 249, 250, 251 & 252, he elaborated count of 109 all in a row. I haven't studied his last SB of 253. This holds a premeditated pattern up to the end, including his final post of 109.
              Post#73 of 109 proof.
              Last edited by OH!!; 06-25-2020, 08:15 AM.

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              • Originally posted by OH!! View Post
                In SB 99.5 which sounds like a temperature, at the very last sentence, Forrest mentions warm water.
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                There are 29 words and then you add the 80, which equals 109. 109° is where warm waters halt. When the Sunshine goes down the canyon as we all perceive it, all we see is the 109th part of the sun. This is because the sun is 109 times greater than earth. When the sun sets, warm waters halt. (the plural waters)
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                Forrest has done the same exact method in his final post. There are many like this if you study the scrapbooks, books, comments and my previous post on this thread.
                I am not going to elaborate on it anymore. I am positive of what he did with his final post.
                This link holds two more counts like his final ""The Treasure Has Been Found" count. https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...944#post168944

                There are 99 words and then you add the 10, which equals 109.
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                On Scrapbooks 249, 250, 251 & 252, he elaborated count of 109 all in a row. I haven't studied his last SB of 253. This holds a premeditated pattern up to the end, including his final post of 109.
                Post#73 of 109 proof.
                Another round starts tomorrow.

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                • Here is an older solve I came about, which tells another story of mileage. Bullet is a car and also a 22 bullet, because peggy said it was shot!
                  The fake two dollar bill used to be my issue, before I discovered his meaning to this OUAW page. Eddy Arnold had 22 hit songs. Gas was 11 cents a gallon and he 3 cents change. He spent 22 cents.
                  The dollar bill is to again show you 22, so it is a match times three. You drive 22 miles from where warm waters halt is the solve. There are many like this with the same figure in this thread.
                  There was also a 22 word count here but I don't remember it. I will though.
                  Oh the two dollar bill shows 52-52, exploiting 52. Brown is the 52nd poem word as I have exploited many times here. Brown-52 is 22 miles away.
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                  Last edited by OH!!; 06-27-2020, 07:17 PM.

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                  • Originally posted by OH!! View Post
                    Here is an older solve I came about, which tells another story of mileage. Bullet is a car and also a 22 bullet, because peggy said it was shot!
                    The fake two dollar bill used to be my issue, before I discovered his meaning to this OUAW page. Eddy Arnold had 22 hit songs. Gas was 11 cents a gallon and he 3 cents change. He spent 22 cents.
                    The dollar bill is to again show you 22, so it is a match times three. You drive 22 miles from where warm waters halt is the solve. There are many like this with the same figure in this thread.
                    There was also a 22 word count here but I don't remember it. I will though.
                    Oh the two dollar bill shows 52-52, exploiting 52. Brown is the 52nd poem word as I have exploited many times here. Brown-52 is 22 miles away.

                    Post that match this one.
                    43° = degree, 52' = minute, 35" = second.
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...205#post164205
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...765#post167765
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...941#post168941
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...303#post169303
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...360#post169360
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...240#post167240
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...172#post165172

                    Forrest didn't type the word count in this link, but he used the word count as a hint. River is the 52nd word in the paragraph.
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...617#post165617

                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...014#post164014
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...087#post164087
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...122#post164122
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/the-hint-of-riches/163606-page-44-of-all-three-books?p=164157#post164157

                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...181#post164181
                    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...920#post163920
                    I'm certain there are more.


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                    Now I remember the count situation. It wasn't a count but rather the two "minute" words on this page that coincide with the two 52's on this page. This matches the other 15 or 20 post i have made on the number 52 on this thread. With that many matches, it solidifies number 52 connected to brown in many areas.
                    Last edited by OH!!; 06-28-2020, 05:59 AM.

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                    • Here is another from Forrest that uses the words "treasure chest & million dollars" as the beginning and end count. Note that the title reads minute.
                      He then types: Interested in knowing where the treasure chest is at? Start your count there and go to "million dollars" because we all know Forrest has stated there is a million dollars in the treasure chest. There is also a match in the ebay number.
                      That count is 52. Solve- Treasure chest - 52-minute- million dollars
                      More than likely there is a 108° or 109° count here also, because of the word bridge.
                      Anagram of title: Eye minute over on Brn. Title also spells "One O Nine.

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                      Post that match this one.
                      43° = degree, 52' = minute, 35" = second.
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...205#post164205
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...765#post167765
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...941#post168941
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...303#post169303
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...360#post169360
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...240#post167240
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...172#post165172

                      Forrest didn't type the word count in this link, but he used the word count as a hint. River is the 52nd word in the paragraph.
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...617#post165617

                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...014#post164014
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...087#post164087
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...122#post164122
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/the-hint-of-riches/163606-page-44-of-all-three-books?p=164157#post164157

                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...181#post164181
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...920#post163920

                      On a different note, take a look at page 99.
                      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...747#post170747
                      Last edited by OH!!; 06-28-2020, 09:11 AM.

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                      • Thanks for sharing all of your hard work. I'm cool with your 109 theory since it works for my solve - except mine is further north than 43 degrees. Another 109 reference you didn't mention: In TFTW Ch 29, FF related a conversation he had with Jackie Kennedy re her husband. What was JFK's boat in WWII? Also, another W hint is the missing letter from Edard's name.

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                        • Originally posted by Macahol View Post
                          Thanks for sharing all of your hard work. I'm cool with your 109 theory since it works for my solve - except mine is further north than 43 degrees. Another 109 reference you didn't mention: In TFTW Ch 29, FF related a conversation he had with Jackie Kennedy re her husband. What was JFK's boat in WWII? Also, another W hint is the missing letter from Edard's name.
                          Hmm? I have to look into that. But Edard's name was really Edard. He died 6 or 7 months ago.

                          An easy way to pull latitude out of the poem is this. Far, which means degree is the 43rd poem word. It only takes minutes to brown when cooking, and most of the Brown words in the book are connected to food. Brown is the 52nd poem word. The 35th poem word is "in". In' also means inch. The seconds in coordinates hold the inch symbol. 43°52'35" Done. Degrees = 43, Minutes = 52, Inch/seconds = 35. There is a whole slew of links above the say brown is 52.........

                          Look to the coordinates.
                          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirwin,_Wyoming
                          Last edited by OH!!; 06-29-2020, 01:20 PM.

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                          • In all of the scrapbooks & mail, Forrest uses the word "border" two times. These are the two.
                            Forrest gets Mail 21. Here is another where the word count to Northern Border is 43. The books have this and numerous scrapbooks. The Northern border is 43°
                            There are 15 or 20 others just like this in previous post here with 43 & 52, but only two using the word Border with scrapbooks & mail.
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                            This one goes a step father and connects the 52. 43°52'
                            There are 43 letters that end at border.
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                            Last edited by OH!!; 06-30-2020, 09:59 AM.

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                            • Think about why the following matches. The very first poem word means degree.
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                              The word warm has a degree.
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                              The first poem word "As" and the poem word "Warm" have an analogy and that is a degree.
                              The count between these two degree words is 109.
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                              The international hot water code is 110 degrees, this means 109 is warm. Anything warmer than 109 degrees is considered hot.
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                              From the poem word "As" which means degree, to the poem word "So" that means degree is 109 words. This means that both character count and word count of the poem both coincide with each other with the count of 109. And both words that start and end the count also mean degree. This is 100% a match in every retrospect.
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                              You have all three words that all have the same meaning and all have the same count in the poem.
                              So, where does warm waters halt?

                              The sun is 109 degrees larger than the earth. This is another match. Where does our warmth come from that heats all of our plural waterS?
                              This is the 75th post on this thread which proves 109.
                              Last edited by OH!!; 06-30-2020, 05:57 PM.

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                              • 109 is one degree below boiling depending on how high you are.
                                (That's centagrade and not fairinheight.)
                                Be sure and stir the pot so it won't stick.
                                You do have a stick, dontcha?

                                Just foolin with ya, OH.
                                You've done some mighty fine work.

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