the bubbles match a bench at bocce ball court.. i have pics but have to learn how to transfer to here... i have alot of pics of the items in the image..ALOT.. also the marks and symbols down the robe are maritime and bouy markers.. i have those also, i actually was able to find the flags and symbols and it walked me right to the spot on the beach where i had to go north, to get up to the dig spot.. also there is a swimmer in the fingers on her hand on the left side..
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Post by byrnietuney on Aug 22, 2020 13:30:34 GMT -5
Canuck said; "Yeah I always thought there were clues hidden in" [the Elf image] "for San Francisco"
It's uncertain whether JJP knew where the exact burial spot of the casques are (except maybe in one case) - researchers' opinions are divided on that question. If he didn't know the spots, how could he put clues in the 'Elf' pictures?
Rather than expressing an opinion on that question, I instead believe that minimally, JJP discussed carefully with BP the representations of the various clues to go into each of 'The Secret' images, and when it came time for JJP to do the 'Elf' images he included in at least a few of the 'Elf' images, similar representations of a few of the clues that had stuck in JJP's memory as being of relevance when he did the 'The Secret' images. Take as an example, the 'sliding leg' in 'The Secret' Boston image - we can easily see, above the 'Indian' elf image, that foot shape. (I suppose the shape of the feet of the small fairy shown in both those images had some particular relevance also - if it did, I'm not aware anyone ever figured the relevance of that particular shape). Perhaps it might be useful if searchers looked for what the 'clog shoe-like' feet of the Imp in Image 3, and the same repeated feet shape found in one of the 'Elf' images, could be matching/referencing in 'the place where the casque is kept' in North Carolina. Cheers