They also translate to A Big Fad. If you look at fads in 1927, one is that's when pez was invented. Count to Three, PEZ? Most people think DMS stands for degrees, minutes, seconds and that this page contains coordinates. Could be: the math on the wheel gives you 44 which is the correct starting for a point on MDI.
Maybe DMS is his mother’s initials and 6/14/1927 is her bday. Just a simple thought..
That’s a good thought. I had actually looked into the dads death and birth years. John Stockwell from Massachusetts. If I recall correctly. He passed away in 2002 at the age of 68 I think it was the month of the December 2002. So he was Born about 1934. The reason I looked into it previously was because on page 11 the clock face hands point To the letters DAD (and possibly ADD as a puzzle based reuse) and look sad. So I guess the stockwells put together this puzzle some few years after he passed away. I’m guessing his mom was a little younger than his dad so born after 1934 but I’m not sure. However, she goes by Deicy so would explain the D.S.
I also seem to recall that one of the authors was born in 1957 which would explain that date on the wine bottle on page 30 as one of the uses. There is also another more tricky reference to 1957 but it’s a little more obscure and I think directly related to the treasure location.
Post by ILLUMINATINPS on Nov 19, 2018 16:37:06 GMT -5
Just to add to the analysis, the "reflected" red eye that is taking the place of the circular window of Brown Mountain gatehouse actually appears in the exact same spot on pg 11 as a sort of negative of the eye. Count to 3 is reminiscent of count required to actually perform the fandango dance, or in other words a waltz timing or triple time. Ive went to the moon and back counting in 3's to no avail, doesn't mean i didn't miss something.