Post by ILLUMINATINPS on Sept 10, 2018 3:06:34 GMT -5
The back wall showed frogs, hares, birds and fish. But nothing about men, women, and children, and the order was wrong. hares go before any other animals yet it was 2nd from the left on the wall.The rings on the animals were more for how to trace from there eyes, not to identify which animal goes first. Plus some illustrations had animals that were omitted from the solve. An example is penny pockets page, where there are 3 fish, yet you don't use any, only penny and the little girl. Another showed multiple animals in a circle that are not even shown on Newtons wall. If you have masquerade, do a lap pulling the whole riddle and you will see. It’s actually pretty humbling. It clearly shows that some of strategy to form the solution was "assumed". Trust me, in comparison, I wish Fandango was as uniform as masquerade, but its not. There certainly isn't a "confirmer square" like masquerade, and thats even if we are supposed to be "making a sentence" in the first place. But lets for arguments sake say there was a confirmer square. Since they are mirrors of each other 0-19 1-18 2-17 3-16 and so on, The final message would have 18 letters from the 1st illustration, 17 from the 2nd etc.. Sounds far fetched.
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Well it’s already well known a one size fits all method isn’t working for this hunt, like it did with Masquerade. Even with Masquerade, if you didn’t guess the hierachy I’d who went first when drawing lines, you would have went blue in the face anagramming. The book never stated to use the eye finger method using men first, women, children etc.. it happened by chance
I don't think that's true. Didn't the order of the puppets hanging in the Sir Issac Newton page give the correct order?
It's not clear in the Masquerade explanation book written by Kit Williams. This is what he says about the two men who deciphered the riddle,
"...To get the letters in the correct order, they used a hierarchy of men, women, children, hares and then other animals, birds, fish or frogs."
This order is shown in the Newton illustration with those colored rings, at least partly. #1 on Miss Penny Pockets square matches a red letter on Newton's square, and there are red rings hanging off the hare and the bird. #2 correlates with a yellow letter, and there are yellow rings hanging off the frog and the fish. There are black rings hanging off a butterfly, a lady bug and a snail, indicating they were not used in the solution. It doesn't show the man woman, child order, but there is a man (Newton) a boy puppet and a girl puppet.