He recently graduated from Columbia, so I agree also. I considered Mount Desert Island, though, because it is the only island on the East Coast that contains actual mountains (albeit small ones). Plus I've heard it's a good place to hide things. But Mount Desert Island has few monuments or statues and was not involved in the Revolutionary War, all things the later lines seem to suggest.
Post by goldhunter on May 30, 2018 16:57:42 GMT -5
I think Mount Desert is worth looking into. He's no stranger to armchair hunts (The Secret) so maybe he went there on a Fandango hunt and left the ring.
Also, anyone serious about finding the ring might should read some of his blog stuff about "The Secret" and also some of his poems, etc. I read in his poems where he mentioned tendrils in conjunction with tree roots and also with ivy.
Also, I believe he said "The Statue of Liberty" was green and not gray.
His blogs about his solve for "The Secret" might bleed over into how he hid the ring.
Post by GeneticBlend on Jun 1, 2018 20:37:46 GMT -5
Regaine, Yes, you are right...it could be the Revolutionary War as well. I guess I was just looking at the words, "rebel" and "grey" in the lines next to each other, and that had me thinking about the Civil War.
The word, "Son" bothers me. Being capitalized, I want to say it means Christ. But it could be the Sons of the Revolution, but if so, why singular? Also, Ben Franklin lived in NYC for a short while, and he worked on a newspaper called the "Sun". There is a statue of him in Manhattan.
Someone else posted on another thread that they recognized right away what the "faithful feather of three" was, and that they were looking for someone in NYC to go after the ring for them. The symbol for Wales is three feathers, but I couldn't seem to find anything related to NYC. If someone knew what it was right away, it must not be too difficult of a clue.
Yes, the symbol for Wales, or also another possible religious reference:
"In Christianity, feathers represented virtues. In fact, an image of three feathers were made into signet rings - each feather symbolizing Charity, hope, and faith. These rings were worn as a symbol of a virtuous soul - they were also used as wax seals. ... Feathers in dreams are a sign of hope, promise and peace".