Poem 5:4

I’ve done it tired, and now I’m weak.

29 thoughts on “Poem 5:4

  1. “Tired” I have discussed cars and car parts a length in my book and used the comet theory to attempt to explain “tired”

    “Tire” or “wheel” had many links to all of my solutions. With the many sun and circle references/hints, along with hints of radial (radiate, radiator,etc) it all culminated and pointed to the medicine wheel. Of course in my solution I believe the medicine wheel (i’ve done it tired) is key to understanding the poem in that medicine wheels are calandars that signal the Spring (vernal) equinox and point to some stars during those days.
    I made a bold prediction that the treasure is not in Wyoming and if he ever eliminates another State, I believe it will be the one. That doesn’t mean Wyoming (“Why” is it) isn’t important, in fact it is crutial. Let me explain – the Bighorn Medicine Wheel is in Wyoming. I researched this in great detail but couldn’t find a solution in Wyoming. Then I realized that the information is in the Bighorn Medicine Wheel but not physically there. What I mean is the Bighorn Medicine Wheel can be even found in the poem if one is crafty enough to find it but it is a hint to how to use it. That hint is to tell you the date of retreival.

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    “I’ve done it tired, and now I’m weak.”

    This is the 5th stanza, and BEALE is 5 letters.

    A correlation to the first Beale code vector should be interesting:

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beale_1.svg

    such that the first group, 71, represents the 7th poem line, and the 1st letter

    71 > N (ot far but too far to walk)

    ( E* – 7+1=8, to follow the 8 theme, try at least the first 8 positions )

    I’ve done it tired

    ( secondly, you can use the 71 as the 71st letter of the poem, I think you will get the first four as
    KLUE )

    astree

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    • Astree – OK,…done. Do you have any other interesting puzzles,…like that first Beale cyphertext,…for me to solve? I think this covers the location of the treasure:

      I have deposited in the county of Bedford, about four miles from Buford’s, in an excavation or vault, six feet below the surface of the ground, the following articles, belonging jointly to the parties whose names are given in number three, herewith:
      The first deposit consisted of ten hundred and fourteen pounds of gold, and thirty-eight hundred and twelve pounds of silver, deposited Nov. eighteen nineteen. The second was made Dec. eighteen twenty-one, and consisted of nineteen hundred and seven pounds of gold, and twelve hundred and eighty-eight of silver; also jewels, obtained in St. Louis in exchange for silver to save transportation, and valued at thirteen thousand dollars.
      The above is securely packed in iron pots, with iron covers. The vault is roughly lined with stone, and the vessels rest on solid stone, and are covered with others. Paper number one describes the exact locality of the vault, so that no difficulty will be had in finding it.

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      • E*: Astree – OK,…done. Do you have any other interesting puzzles,…like that first Beale cyphertext,…for me to solve? I think this covers the location of the treasure:

        You already did all 8 positions ? What did you get ?

        Try Summer Solstice, this year, letter positions counted directly from AS I HAVE GONE …

        6 / 21 / 20-14

        now translate to Latin

        translate.google.com

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        • Astree – If I understood you correctly,…I got:

          71 = N
          194 =A
          38 = P
          1701 = S
          89 = O
          76 = R
          11 = A
          83 = T

          And you said before,…that the T(reasure),…is the number 33 letter,…in the Poem,…right? I did the this year’s Summer Solstice date,…the same way,…using, “AS I HAVE GONE,…with spaces where the / and – marks were,…then translating to Latin. Is that correct?:

          v sa so ah > five leap water so O

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          • E*:
            Astree – If I understood you correctly,…I got:

            71 = N
            194 =A
            38 = P
            1701 = S
            89 = O
            76 = R
            11 = A
            83 = T

            You got it. That’s why I was surprised that you tried all 8 NAP positions in the short time before you responded 🙂

            TAROS PAN ( reversed )

            NORASPAT
            A PATRON

            I was probably not clear, as to the scheme for the Summer Solstice – just number the poem letters sequentially, starting

            A = 1, S = 2, I = 3, H = 4

            6 / 21 / 20 / 14
            VEHO ( Latin – ” as I have gone ” )

            ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

            Quick one, the first year for Dom Perinon ? ( same scheme as VEHO )

            YOU ought to know that one.

            i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2011/TECH/gaming.gadgets/05/11/lady.gaga.video.games/tzvids.lady.gaga.game.jpg

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          • Astree – When you said, “the first year for Dom Perignon”,…did you mean the year it was made,…or the year it was released for sale? 1921 or 1936?

            And here are some interesting anagrams/Latin GT translations,…for those letters,…which represent the 8 NAP positions:

            PRA SONAT > above suggests
            PRAS ONAT > Apostolic and everything else

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          • E*: 1921 or 1936?

            19-21 works for the Latin ( and the Lady Gaga link), but 19-36 would work for, say, mal-tese. Or, put them together for something like “YOU ROCK”.

            🙂

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    • Astree – Today I was thinking of Poem 5:4,…”I’ve done it tired, and now I’m weak”,…and a comment that was made by Virginia, I think,…on Forrest’s blog,…about his probably being tired of writing,…on these blogs,…and of answering so many emails,…endlessly,…so I thought he might be able to take a lesson,…from Bruce Almighty:

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0cG11lTS1E

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      • astree with my vivid imagination I see many things taking place within that photo. For instance; I see the Captain blowing me a kiss. Oh nooo he did not just do that! He just freaking winked at me as well! That rubbed me the wrong way astree as I’m a straight fellow and Texan at that. And another thing astree I see a few other pirates on that ship who are walking around aimlessly then suddenly stopping then looking quickly down, as if they are looking for something. I continue to see them doing this repeatedly non-stop. Well they better wise up quickly and find what they are looking for as the sun is setting in the horizon with the moon taking over and the football season coming to a close. I’m telling you astree I see many things within that awesome photo. You know what’s funny astree? For some reason I see a canyon in that photo as well. Please don’t ask me where I see the canyon I just do. Revelations? I’ll leave the revelations up to Forrest Fenn as he is the master here.

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          • astree it’s going to take me quite some time to get to the 2:16 mark as I find myself pausing it…what a beauty! Rrrrr.

            Ok…time to be serious here and get my mind out of the gutter….let me try to get to that 2:16 mark without pausing, every single second, and checking out this goddess’s every darn move.

            Here I go… again….it’s going to be difficult but not impossible. I can watch it all the way through….yes I can….I’m vgboss for crying out loud!!!

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          • astree I have to admit I watched it completely but I kept pausing throughout, yes every second, for she is worth “it” WOW! astree she is not of this earth, a goddess indeed! She is mesmerizing! Something about her that locks me in almost like medusa but without the snakes on her head and in a nice sort of way where I regain consciousness. Camera guy did an excellent job…lucky him…I wonder if it was Toby Younis who filmed it? Nah couldn’t of been him he probably was between 9 to 12 years old when that was filmed.

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          • IWGOLF:
            astree,

            Another poem 1,

            line 9 “NO”
            line 10 “Ever”

            works for book TTOTC not web version.
            Shape is Corner.
            5th 1.

            TGC&CS

            Very cool, IWGOLF. Thanks for that one.

            ONE ver

            translate.google.com/#la/en/ver

            … but , I don’t think I’d wait, would you ?

            9 and 12, VG ?

            Thanks for both of your posts, always a pleasure.

            astree

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          • astree you are wise. So when are you heading for that “Chest”? Just kidding…but if you are generous as Forrest Fenn and want to post it on here I won’t tell…lol

            astree have I told you that during my hunt for Forrest Fenn’s “Chest”, well I wasn’t hunting for the “Chest” but rather I say chasing the clues down, out there on the playing field Forrest Fenn’s gameboard, and confirming them to be solid clues, you know collecting the pieces of the puzzle. Anyways at one occasion I bent down to check on something, a solid clue on top of several that I already had solved, anyways while doing so I hit my buttocks, aka ass, on a tree stump. Why am I telling you this? Well every single time I think of that moment, hilarious experience, I think of you, or rather I say, makes me think of your handle on these blogs. ASTREE! True story!

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          • No damage done to the buttocks region. I appreciate your concern for my ass astree…lol

            About that photo…absolutely divine artwork. Now is it just me or is that darn horse smiling while causing havoc? Don’t get me wrong beautiful horse but why would the artist place the horse with a smirk?

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          • astree…ouch…darn stump! You see what your handle does to me!!!

            Anyways astree if you were instead referring to RWelch she was a piece of artwork herself from head to toe back in the day.

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          • 🙂 astree,

            Another poem 1,

            line 9 “NO”
            line 10 “Ever”

            works for book TTOTC not web version.
            Shape is Corner.
            5th 1.

            :)TGC&CS

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