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    ...of people are in your solve?

  • #2
    2 1/2 one full name and three first names...
    Last edited by Spallies; 12-05-2022, 06:24 PM.

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    • #3
      The first four lines of the poem has at least 11 names in it

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      • #4
        One

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Round Peg, Square Hole View Post
          ...of people are in your solve?
          Eight or seven, depending on how you'd count the last one. Great question, by the way.

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              • #8
                Old blue, wow!

                "As I have gone alone in there"

                Asi = Devine Power, or God
                have (or has)
                Gone = metal worker, or forger
                Alone = Headstone, or a person's life
                in there

                "God has forged this life (in there, in this world)."

                The "leaning cross" is symbolic of Jesus having carried the cross to the hill. And it's meaning on tombstones, or as a tombstone, is that "this life is finished" or something to that meaning. As in "his job is done" or "he is completed (in his growth or learning)."
                There's a leaning cross in the illustration of young Forrest sitting in the cemetery in "Surviving Myself" (TTOTC), looking up at the night sky.

                Really nice find, Old blue.
                An example of the depth of Forrest's thrilling Chase. And a strong clue to the meaning behind it, or one of the meanings. I think the prime meaning.

                P.S. Forrest said that the treasure was not in a cemetery. Don't anyone go digging up any graves.
                Last edited by Walker; 12-06-2022, 12:00 AM.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Old blue View Post
                  The first four lines of the poem has at least 11 names in it
                  Please tell us these names. Thanks in advance.

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                  • #10
                    Just two Forrest referred to himself as I in the poem and signed as F most of the time. Amd the other he referred to was you which was represented as U. F did say you would feel like a dumb Sob when you finally figured it out and deare what took me so long!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hear me all View Post
                      Just two Forrest referred to himself as I in the poem and signed as F most of the time. Amd the other he referred to was you which was represented as U. F did say you would feel like a dumb Sob when you finally figured it out and deare what took me so long!

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                      Hey Hear,
                      Can you please check your spelling and grammar. I know that you are trying to help things, but your comment is unclear. Cheers.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Round Peg, Square Hole View Post

                        Please tell us these names. Thanks in advance.
                        ASI Gone Alone
                        Treasure Bold
                        Cann Keep Secret Wehr
                        Hint Riches New Old
                        each one has a specific meaning

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                          • #14
                            My cuz It is named in the poem

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                            • #15
                              Three, though I think none are useful in solving the poem's location clues.

                              1. Forrest (of course); "As I...", "my treasures", "I can keep my", "I must go and leave my", "I already know", "I've done it", "I'm weak", "hear me", and "I give you"
                              2. Eric Sloane (Hinrichs from hint of riches, and Everard from "ever dra" (wing)
                              3. One of us ("your creek", "you've been wise", "your effort", "you are brave", "give you title")

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