Post by captnkush on Sept 19, 2019 22:51:48 GMT -5
Im wondering if this is a mlk jr reference. "You need not rise up" is definitely from one of his speeches and in conjunction with equal and fair seems to suggest it might be .perhaps the dedication statue that sits btwn Lincoln and Jefferson there are also prunus x yedoensis planted there there the represent the friendship between Japan and the u.s. not sure if this is anything but it may warrant a closer look.
There is also a video game that features the park where the statues are located.with a "x marks the spot" reference to a hidden cache that points to a spot btwn Jefferson and MLK jr.i believe its called the division 2. Again not sure if this is anything but as no one has posted anything on this stanza i thought id get the ball rolling...my thinking is "many (treasure's)are marked with a x this one is no different. X marks the spot." This is the only spot in the riddle uses the word treasure's and its right after you got both keys. So maybe? Its late and its been a long day ill try to look into this more tomorrow until then happy hunting all.
I think "equal" must apply to something other than the hunter himself / herself. The competition is fair as long as Lukas doesn't show undue bias. But the hunters are not equal. Some are smarter, better educated, more experienced. Or just more lucky. "Equal" might be a wonderful ideal, but it isn't reality. And we would like to know where the key is *really* located.
Post by findingthetruth on Apr 11, 2020 17:30:25 GMT -5
i know what half this stanza means but "Each of your are equal and the competition fair." has me totally stumped, I bet I've tried 500 passwords and im guessing we need a symbol for the key im wondering how on earth are we supposed to find a symbol lol this key really is 'buried deep and hard to find'