Poem 6:1

So hear me all and listen good,

58 thoughts on “Poem 6:1

    • That’s a great movie and clip, Geydelkon. I tried to find the clip where Eddie tells that old guy not to wipe a booger on his coat because it will freeze and then he could possibly scratch himself on the frozen booger. πŸ™‚

      I couldn’t find that clip, so here’s this one instead.

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1yT1WcSJpE

      “You didn’t see a little naked bum with a hundred dollars?”

      “No, but I can arrange for one.”

      LOL! I love that movie.

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  1. into: GEYDELKON

    This weekend was long. Pretty much worked until 2 or 3 in the morning back up a 8 or 9 to start all over again with life. Tonight, I thought I would take a break and look at my nine clues. I am so confident of what they are that I would almost bet my life on it. Forrest has known of my premature solve since February when we sent a UPS package to him and maybe as early as January when he sent me an email.

    I keep looking at my drawing and pictures and I just can not figure what ” I give you title to the gold” means. If its anything like the clues then, What am I looking at. Currently, I am breaking the line down. (I give you) (title to) (the gold). That is how all the clues are arraigned. This is the hardest. (I give you) could mean, I share- present-show-be visible…just thousands of meanings. It could take me another six months. That is how long it took me on one of the clues itself.
    Please throw words at me. You can also email me at geydelkon@titletothegold.com
    Geydelkon

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    • I woke up this morning after good nights sleep. I grab my cup of Joe and my folded electronic device. Before I started I looked at nowhere with the words on my mind. hmmm he does mix the words a little so why cant I do this with title to the gold. Finally, it came to light as what the deep meaning of the line is. I had to read it like the lines for the other clues. So I started to do my research and low and behold there it was on historynet.com. It relates to all the previous clues. I don’t have a picture of where this hint is but I know I need to head west again and smell the other rose. It took me less than an hour with no hair pulling.

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      • Gey –

        Some folks dream of the wonders they’ll do
        Before their time on this planet is through
        Some just don’t have anything planned
        They hide their hopes and their heads in the sand

        Now I don’t say who is wrong, who is right
        But if by chance you are here for the night
        Then all I need is an hour or two
        To tell the tale of a dreamer like you

        We all dream a lot, some are lucky, some are not
        But if you think it, want it, dream it
        Then it’s real you are what you feel

        But all that I say, can be told another way
        In the story of a boy who’s dream came true
        And it could be you

        Read more: Phantom Of The Opera – Prologue Lyrics | MetroLyrics

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    • geydelkon- I give you title (deed) to the gold.

      and the deed (task) you must perform is taking the chest (a photo). the poem is directions to the chest, not the bronze box. I think.

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  2. @the Wolf – more supporting evidence to enhance your “Case for Butte” and her imbibing history. Scroll down further to read up on Bertie Brown – a famous female Bootlegger (and voter; go Montana) who supplied to the Butte community. She was known for the finest moonshine in central Montana.

    I’m passing this on to you as IT IS RELEVANT when you read the poem backwards to find the ‘Gin warder night reaver and barrels of gin’ hidden within the text.

    montanawomenshistory.org/montanas-whiskey-women-female-bootleggers-during-prohibition/

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      • Hi Bob, thanks. Montana’s history may not be as refined as New Mexico’s Spanish heritage, but more interesting because of Montana’s fiercely individualistic characters who carved her rugged history.

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      • Wolf – where in Canada do you and your family live?

        If you are linking drinking to your solve, I may send you a photo from a Montana Pioneer museum. It’s a photo of an antique whiskey/rum barrel with
        “J. Meek,
        Greatfalls Mt”
        stamped on the barrel. It’s part of an historic homestead on the Gallatin River just below an important Brown, and down from the perfect canyon.

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        • We live in eastern Ontario. I linked Brown Ale once before to my Embudo solution that was pretty fun to write about and it could work for this one as well but the Red Baron was required to fly to Our Lady. I am a big believer of flow from one clue to the next. It took me a while to figure out that the Errol Flynn quotes actually was hintin “Flyn’n” or flying.

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    Dang,, I sorry to hear that your quest is at a stand still.

    Forrest made fun of your wife?That’s not very elegant.

    It sounds like your adventure is really worth telling – are you going to do that for us?We would love to hear it.

    As far as your solve goes – let er rip.

    There is more to the poem than all think. Just because one identifies the nine clues that you are done. Not by a long shot. I will post the nine clues on my website http:// www.titletothegold.com soon.

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  4. There is only one place that after you stand and ponder you find oneself being the judge to all that is around you. He or she has the title. In this case he. Someone on this page has a good idea but needs the next line to go along with it.
    Last night, I thought about this clue. Then I started to look closer to his father. I know he taught at the YMCA in Denver. They stayed there on short visits.

    I enjoy the chase…yet today is not a good day.

    Geydelkon
    An Indian Scout and a Saint

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    • Gene – as I’m an old softy, it always grieves me when someone is down. You’ll be in my prayers – and I hope your lovely family is there to lift your spirit. I’m not sure what your beliefs are, but psalm 94:19 in the Bible encourages me that God cares and places people in our life to help us through difficulties.

      Psalm94
      When the cares of my heart are many, your consolations cheer my soul.

      And occasionally – I have to tell the “sad committee” meeting in my mind to knock it off and get lost.

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      • Thanks Deb, Anna and Intro for your kind words. I am truly exhausted working 15 hour days. It is hard for me to focus on the chase. Yet, I do have a few moments to reflect on what I have found relating to what the nine clues mean.
        Once you define the nine clues, ones work is not over. Perhaps if I was to tell everyone what they are it will be a fallout of epic proportions.

        So, should I show everyone what the clues are. I can link to them all via google and google earth.

        I discovered the nine clues over a year ago. It is the same area and they are in the Rocky Mountains.

        I did find one of the clues and then I found where warm waters halt. Then the home of Brown. Then the other clues fell in slowly as I did my research.

        There are no ciphers or puzzles or anything else but the poem. They are what they are and you must read the poem precisely.

        How precisely is precisely. That is where I am a little stuck. Yet, I haven’t put much thought in using the key word to unlock the clues. I have been working a lot the last 6 months. I am tired.

        The poem is a work of art.

        So what do you think?

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        • Gey –

          So, should I show everyone what the clues are. I can link to them all via google and google earth.

          What does that mean – no more boots on the ground for you ?

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          • No more… I have what I need. Yet, I spent weeks looking for this spot. I had some scary situations in the forest. It caused bad dreams for a awhile. Now I just laugh at my inexperience.
            You can not even begin to understand the meaning of the clues just by using the internet. Yet, I have found a few pictures. I have taken hundreds from my trips into the mountains. It was one picture I has taken that provided a hint that I was in the right area. Forrest Fenn seen it as well and posted a scrape book about it on Dals website. It was a very short scrapbook. He was making fun of my wife.

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          • Dang,, I sorry to hear that your quest is at a stand still.

            Forrest made fun of your wife? That’s not very elegant.

            It sounds like your adventure is really worth telling – are you going to do that for us? We would love to hear it.

            As far as your solve goes – let er rip. πŸ™‚

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  5. JC1117 – When you posted that snowflake link,…over on Blog Buzz,…you said something about “listen good” in regards to Nature. That phrase from the Poem came to mind,…when I read about that, “nice woman’s perforator bag”,…in Forrest’s Scrapbook,…over on Dal’s blog:

    dalneitzel.com/2014/11/16/john-bullis/

    I wonder what she used that awl to perforate, anyway?:

    online.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970204840504578086682242260170

    “About 40 Indians have claimed to have killed Custer. He wasn’t mutilated as most of the victims were mutilated. But the women of the Sioux and Cheyenne took their sewing awls and pierced his eardrums. This was because a few months earlier, Custer had visited a Cheyenne camp led by an Indian named Rock Forehead and had smoked the peace pipe with him. Rock Forehead told Custer if he ever again went against the Indians, he and all his men would be killed. And they were. His eardrums were pierced for not listening. They thought maybe he didn’t hear well.”

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    • That’s a cool story, E*. I did not know that Custer had a listening problem. Women of all races are really good about “reminding” a man when he was wrong! You could say those Indian women gave him an earful! …and gave him their awl! πŸ™‚

      Custer was certainly brave, but bravery doesn’t always win the day. If he wanted to be remembered in the history books he definitely picked the best way to do that…he just didn’t know it at the time.

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    • JC1117 – You said, “but bravery doesn’t always win the day”.

      I think that Bart the Bear would have agreed with Rock Forehead’s assessment about an attack,…but as regards the Bronze Chest. Bart might even have agreed with Forrest’s use of this statement,…when HE wrote:

      “So hear me all and listen good”

      I hear you, Bart. πŸ™‚

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      • Hello, E*. It seems Custer’s days were numbered the moment Rock Forehead spoke. Custer only had to act. He, obviously, didn’t have time for hunting and fishing (i.e. relaxing)…like some of the other officers…whom Custer chose not to wait for that fateful day. I wish I had time for hunting and fishing.

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  6. So hear ME all and listen good

    Do, Re, Mi… Mi is the key of “E” and a certain frequency. Could be helpful numbers when you get to where you need them.

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  7. The Wolf:
    That is pretty cool. It would be even better with an olive on top.

    LOL.

    Yes, it is important and its one I keep forgetting.LOL

    I dont drink anything made out of juniper berries. Didnt know that about Earl Grey tea, just knew it made my throat swell. Dead is not a becoming color. πŸ™‚

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    • Wolf – When I think of “good”,…I think of ‘what is good’,…or ‘who is good’,…which in Biblical terms,…is determined by the fourth Archangel, Phanuel:

      His name means “the face of God”. His was one of the four voices Enoch heard praising God.
      This first is Michael, the merciful and long-suffering: and the second, who is set over all the diseases and all the wounds of the children of men, is Raphael: and the third, who is set over all the powers, is Gabriel: and the fourth, who is set over the repentance unto hope of those who inherit eternal life, is named Phanuel. (1 Enoch 40:9

      It sounds like Enoch knew how to “listen good”. πŸ™‚

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      • Wolf – And from J.C.’s Sermon on the Mount,…Matthew 5:8 (King James Bible):

        Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.

        That would be a definition of ‘good’,…from J.C.,…for me, anyway.

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          • Wolf – On that symbol you used:

            “Β₯ is a currency sign used by the Chinese yuan (CNY) and the Japanese yen (JPY) currencies. This monetary symbol resembles a Latin letter Y with a double stroke. The base unit of both currencies shared the same Chinese character (simplified Chinese: ?; traditional Chinese: ?; Shinjitai: ?) that means “circle”. It is pronounced yuΓ‘n in Mandarin Chinese and en in Standard Japanese. In mainland China, the Chinese character is more frequently written in everyday situations using the simpler character ?, which has the same pronunciation as the formal financial character ? in Chinese (but not in Japanese).”

            The Chinese character means “circle”,…how cool is that??? πŸ™‚

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          • Wolf – Are you the one who drinks a martini once a year,…so you can remember ΕΈ you don’t drink martinis anymore (the symbol I used means a dry vodka martini,…straight up,…shaken, not stirred, …with two Spanish olives)?

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  8. If you find the key word , then you have to know what to do with it to unlock the rest of the clues in the poem . I believe this is the most interesting ” HINT ” Mr . Fenn has given out so far . The Chase is really getting more interesting again . My brain has become hyper-active with thoughts and ideas on a roll . We have snow here today , so it’s a good day to stay inside and THINK .
    Good luck to all searchers !
    Rebel

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    • is the key word a word that unlocks clues in the poem?

      i dont think so

      it is a key word for several important reasons

      to describe it as a key word that unlocks the poem, no, i dont think thats quite what it is

      my opinion

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        • I am always around inthchaseto , just monitoring posts , and occasionally posting .
          Chris may be right in his thinking . I think he is brilliant in his reasoning . Good luck to you both . I will have to look at all the possibilities . I enjoy reading your posts .Rebel

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  9. .
    IWGOLF,

    Thought you might find this interesting, given the association with FAIRPLAY –

    astree:
    .
    Fibonacci and various other number-letter selection schemes were previously posted.

    EYE GASH

    Fibonacci scheme (1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21) on this first line

    …….. ( SO HEAR ME ALL AND LISTEN GOOD )

    yields letters for

    NOSE GASH

    NAGS SHOE

    which looks like HORSESHOE

    binged.it/1gh2hP2

    binged.it/1gh3S7v

    FAIRPLAY at the Y and Rt. 9

    astree

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  10. πŸ™‚

    Since Evidence “Speaks”, Evidence is “me”
    so Hear me ALL, hear ALL the Evidence
    and
    LISTen good, to each piece of Evidence as each “Speaks” to form a Evidence Trail,
    Evidence List…tells a story.

    :)TGC&CS

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