Hi Pete I'd like to submit (grid ref) NT5087 8662. It's a small rocky outcrop only visible at low tide. Went there today but suspect token is only accessible at a particularly low tide such as a Spring tide. Thanks
Post by illuminatinps on Jul 8, 2019 15:35:57 GMT -5
Hello Mr Pete,
I would like to submit The Jubilee Oracle as the location of the token. The Oracle is located just north of the London Eye on the Queens Walk. It has the inscription "Mankind is capable of an awareness that is outside the range of everyday life".
I found the answer on the Oracle website about all submissions needing to be public.
So here goes...
I know you’ve waited a long time for the correct answer and I believe this is it. I’ll post what I believe the grid coordinates are, but I must say that different websites seemed to have different grids and none zoomed in to one meter square. For that reason I’ll also provide a description that is specific as well.
First the grid references. I believe it could be either one or the other, it’s just difficult not being able to zoom in as much as needed. Because of that, I’m not 100% sure if it marks the disc (see below). If it doesn’t, then I think it is buried at one of these grid references.
TQ 36495 84316 or TQ 36496 84315
Basically, if I were able to fly over and search, I’d head to Victoria Park in East London. The cricket fields are in the far northeast corner of the park. There are three fields and I would go to the one that is farthest south. It is the one closest to what I imagine is the clubhouse. Standing in the box where the batter would stand I’d be on the east side of the pitch facing west, more or less. I’d then turn around. I’d walk across the line and look down at the disc marking the edge of the infield, directly in line with the pitch.
If by some chance this is not the correct disc, I would proceed to walk around the entire field, checking each disc that marks the infield. There are three fields and what looks like roughly 10-12 discs per field. I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t need to do that though as I believe I found the correct one.