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  • "Everything is in the Poem." - f

    If this is a true statement, and so far as I am concerned, I have found it to be true based upon all my postings of details and layers I have found within the Poem.

    With that being said....could it be that the "end game" has also been written within the Poem, for us all to seek out?

    Personally, I had posted the following breakdown of the Poem in my "Indulgence" thread on THOR - which clearly shows my interpretation:

    https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...174#post223174

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    Stanza 1 - The introduction

    Stanza 1:
    As I have gone alone in there
    And with my treasures bold,
    I can keep my secret where,
    And hint of riches new and old.

    - defines the final location as a place he knows
    - clearly shows it as a place he has fond memories of
    + quote ref: "I'm gonna make it work no matter what." - f
    - a place that contains past and present treasures he has accumulated or had been accustomed to being part of his life
    + "his adventures"

    Stanzas 2 thru 4 - The Map

    Stanza 2:
    Begin it where warm waters halt
    - clue #1 - a specific location / the starting location

    And take it in the canyon down,
    - no clue - a direction to travel from clue #1

    Not far, but too far to walk.
    - no clue - a direction to travel from clue #1

    Put in below the home of Brown.
    - clue #2 - a direction to take after the searcher locates another specific location

    Stanza 3:
    From there it's no place for the meek,
    - clue #3 - a specific location and then the preparation of a specific direction to take

    The end is ever drawing nigh;
    - clue #4 - a specific location and an alert to look for another specific location

    There'll be no paddle
    - clue #5 - a specific reason/reference associated to clues #4 and #6

    up your creek,
    - clue #6 - a specific location associated to clue #5

    Just heavy loads and water high.
    - no clue - a specific description of the previous three clues - clue #4, #5, & #6

    Stanza 4:
    If you've been wise and found the blaze,
    - clue #7 - a specific location

    Look quickly down,
    - clue #8a - a specific reason/reference and a specific instruction to take

    your quest to cease,
    - clue #8b - a specific location associated to clue #8a

    But tarry scant
    - clue #9a - a specific reason/reference and specific instruction to take

    with marvel gaze,
    - clue #9b - a specific reason/reference associated to clue #9a

    Just take the chest and go in peace.
    - no clue - if all previous clues are followed precisely, this shows the searcher has completed the quest/journey/adventure.
    - The chest is found.

    Stanzas 5 & 6 - Legal and Closing Summation

    Stanza 5:
    So why is it that I must go
    And leave my trove for all to seek?
    The answers I already know,
    I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.

    - explains what he has done
    - gives the reasons why he did it

    Stanza 6:
    So hear me all and listen good,
    Your effort will be worth the cold.
    If you are brave and in the wood
    I give you title to the gold.

    - explains how the searcher is to figure out the Poem
    - includes vague hints to what the outcome will be

    =========================

    Now, if we were to just look at the last two stanzas above - #5 & #6 - you can see that I had included as an interpretation, that they contain "vague hints to what the outcome will be".

    Could those stanzas truly contain specific data to when a disclosure will be made? Do they contain a "how" the reveal will be made?

    We all realize that the Poem "contains everything" based upon Forrest's own words, so maybe we should be looking at these stanzas for the answers we all seek.

    Today, is the beginning of any and all "new discoveries" I expect to reveal and have a better understanding there of.

    Who's with me?

    A new adventure awaits us all.

    Be safe.
    Tim (ZosoRocks)

  • #2
    So what you saying, the poem takes us somewhere?

    Shrewd...

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    • #3
      I highly agree with that headline. -5-Leaf Blaze
      We branch out from there, but I like where you are looking, as in, the poem. As far as other prehistoric things of interest in the spot - definitely agree.

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      • #4
        I’m with ya

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        • #5
          I do believe the poem is all you need. But the books will definitely help. So there’s got to be a way and not by just coloring in the o’s cuz they made me think of the gold coins

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          • #6
            Solving the poem... because it's the only way to show the work.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Leaf Blazeikson View Post
              Solving the poem... because it's the only way to show the work.
              No one will believe you though

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              • #8
                I believe when Mr. Fenn said "the poem" it wasn't referring only to the stanzas but to his website resource page titled "the poem" which would include the introduction with the stanzas.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Broken arrow View Post

                  No one will believe you though
                  For a real solve, it's really a matter of eventual believers.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Leaf Blazeikson View Post

                    For a real solve, it's really a matter of eventual believers.
                    I seen that just now with ole Jack.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Broken arrow View Post

                      I seen that just now with ole Jack.
                      See how that works>?>
                      One side builds believers in an uncertain figurehead,
                      and another side builds believers in a real solve.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Broken arrow View Post

                        No one will believe you though
                        YOUR o-pinion only -this is too 'black & white', maybe the truth is a shade of grey.

                        P.S. For your information,even though I don't need to tell you, the true solve can be virtually proven using
                        HIGHLY SPECIFIC ANAGRAMS TAKEN FROM BOTH POEM & TTOTC.
                        Last edited by UNtitleD Brave; 02-27-2021, 06:32 PM.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Broken arrow View Post

                          I seen that just now with ole Jack.
                          Even t'u ally (tongue in cheek), I will NEVER, repeat NEVER believe in Jack as true finder !

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                          • #14
                            Jack is hiding in his closet

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Old blue View Post
                              Jack is hiding in his closet
                              Is CU spying on him (Jacks t'u ef) too ?

                              Perhaps Jack retreated to his closet to get some privacy ?!
                              Last edited by UNtitleD Brave; 02-27-2021, 06:42 PM.

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