Posted on March 13, 2005 at 06:47:59 PM by George
JUST DON'T LOOK DOWN
Over the past few
weeks we have been playing with the concept of the old codes used by the Knights
Templar. They used to conceal information in paintings as a concept in
cryptography. Between the lines implied messages led to a different, more
important message not readily apparent to those who viewed it. We found a catch
phrase or picture that had us looking for deeper, more important meaning. Frequently numbers and letters jived by degrees latitude and longitude to the
location mentioned. March 3rd's National Post was no different. There was a
catch your attention picture of Prince Charles in Alice Springs looking at
scantily clad and topless natives entitled Just Don't Look Down. Following the
clues we found co-ordinates that took us to Alberta NW of Edmonton. When the
news reported the deaths of four mounties, I was already looking at a map of
Alberta within miles of the scene. That was just the beginning.
see that there are four zeros in the headline - one for each deceased policeman.
Another title refers to "how the rule of law is in danger in Canada." There is a
reference to page A18. Roszko's farm was on Hwy. 18. The attention getter
picture refers to the story on page A14. The Roots gear athlete is pointing to
the number with his index finger and to the number "550". Meaningless dribble
you say. What if A14 is 114 plus the one making 115. What if the 55 minus the
one makes 54. 54 degrees north, 115 degrees west is the latitude and longitude
of Roszko's farm. The story from Edmonton is subtitled "More Frigging Disaster"
by MARKUSOFF. Was the shootout a disaster? Were people marked off? YES!
The Word of the Day on page 2 - egregious. An egregious error in
judgement resulted in his termination. In the lotto numbers are all the nearby
roads 22, 18, 43, and the all important 3X25=75. The intersection of the farm
Hwy 18 and Road 75.
It's all coincidence. We're all deranged. Right.
Days later Roszko's truck was found 24 kms. from the farm. The co-ordinates of
Alice Springs 24 degrees south. The odds of all these numbers appearing randomly
are getting pretty high, but this is just the first day.