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PUZZLE is a closely observed portrait of Agnes, who has reached her early 40s without ever venturing far from home, family or the tight-knit immigrant community in which she was raised by her widowed father. That begins to change in a quietly dramatic fashion when Agnes receives a jigsaw puzzle as a birthday gift and experiences the heady thrill of not only doing something she enjoys, but being very, very good at it. http://sonyclassics.com/puzzle/
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This is Verse Quest from www.cognitiveapps.com showing a cryptogram being solved.
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I DO NOT OWN THE COPYRIGHTS TO THIS MATERIAL. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10213027385143426&type=1&l=cf48247a46 The solution has been scaled to fit the original size of the z340 at approximately 6.25"x7.25". The Halloween card has also been scaled to its original size at approximately 6.5"x8". On September 27th, 1969 Zodiac attacks Cecelia Shepard and Bryan Hartnell at Lake Berryessa. 6 weeks later he mails the dripping pen card along with the z340 cipher to the San Francisco Chronicle. A year goes by and the cipher remains unsolved... on October 27th, 1970, exactly 13 months after the Berryessa attack Zodiac mails the Halloween card to Paul Avery of the San Francisco Chronicle. Up until then he had always mailed his letters with either Roosevelt or Jefferson stamps. This time he broke from the pattern and used the Apollo 8 stamp. WHY? The Solution -Genesis 1-5.5 (King James version) Within the first six passages there are 5 references to "the light" and 3 to "the darkness". In order for the solution to work properly it must be evened out to create a balance between the two(3 and 3). A balance between light and dark/good and evil. 1:4- "And God divided the light from the darkness." You must subtract the last half of 1:3- "And there was light", and the first half of 1:4- "And god saw the light, that it was good". The Halloween card acts as a trellis or grille-like cipher and was designed(the eyeballs that were drawn in by Z) to interact with the solution. When the eyes are cut out, reading from left to right it reveals the words "no eye". When reading top to bottom you get "no yee/know ye". There are countless instances of the phrase "know ye" used in the bible. Keep in mind this is the same card that came housed in an envelope with a stamp that read "in the beginning god". You know... like, the first line in Genesis and stuff. All 12 of the letters that were mailed prior had presidential stamps(Roosevelt,Jefferson). Not only does the solution interact with the Halloween Card, it also interacts with the cipher itself. New words and phrases can be formed by switching between the two. I have added a horizontal row of letters to the top of both the cipher and solution as well as a vertical row of numbers to simplify navigation. The letter "Z" specifies the cipher and the letter "G" (Genesis) specifies the solution. The Z or G will then be followed by the vertical coordinates and lastly the horizontal coordinates. For example, as shown below, the cipher letters "U + R" would fall under Z11A, Z11B and Z11C. The word "Doomd" on the solution would fall under G11A, G12A, G13A, G12B and G13B. You may have noticed that "U + R" in the cipher begins at the "D" in "Doomd" in the solution. Between both the cipher and the solution you now have the phrase "u + r doomd." If you look outside the tree knot in the Halloween Card you will see Zodiac has written the words "peek-a-boo you are doomed." If the card and cipher/solution have all been scaled to their original size (they have), and the tree knot is cut out of the card, you will see that the "Doomd" in the solution fits perfectly inside of the hole in the tree. Doomd isn't the only word that fits inside of the tree knot. The word "editor" can also be found amongst the solution and happens to fit inside the knot/hole as well. The coordinates of the word are as follows: G17H, G18H, G19H, G20H, G19I, and G20I. The word “editor” is inarguably one of the most used nouns in all of Zodiac's vernacular. He used the word at least 26 times throughout his communications. Materials: Z340 Cipher - Chronicle 11/08/69 Z envelope - Chronicle 07/31/69 Z envelope - Examiner 07/31/69 Z envelope - Times-Herald 07/31/69 Z Bus Bomb letter - Chronicle 11/09/69 Z Halloween Card/env - Chronicle 10/27/70 KPIX News report - 09/30/69 Voices in the Sky - The Moody Blues 1983 (Main Theme) - Sinoia Caves Gimp Contact: [email protected]
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Featuring: Bart Ehrman – Chair, Department of Religious Studies, UNC Chapel Hill. Ehrman reveals what we really know about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Constantine.

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Hello code-solvers! I've got something for you to decipher. Please don't put the answer in the comments, so that everyone can have a chance to solve it themselves. Best of luck, and may the odds be ever in your favor.
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This Biology video is part 2 of the topic "Plant kingdom" which explains the classification of the plant kingdom into five divisions. This video is meant for students studying in class 9 and 10 in CBSE/NCERT and other state boards. About us: We are a social enterprise working on a mission to make school learning interesting, relevant and affordable to every child on this planet. You can watch our FREE online videos at http://www.bodhaguru.com/watch and download our practice application/games - just visit http://www.bodhaguru.com/play If you like our videos, subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/user/BodhaGuruLearning. Feel free to connect with us at http://www.facebook.com/BodhaGuru OR http://twitter.com/Bodhaguru Have fun, while you learn. Thanks for watching -- Team BodhaGuru
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Death in the Caribbean is an old-style text/graphics adventure. You are an treasure hunter on an unnamed Caribbean island searching for buried pirate gold. You'll travel through numerous locales, a tricky maze, and past fierce alligators on your way to the chest of Doubloons. Puzzles range from "find object and apply to situation" to a doozy of a cryptogram. As for mechanics, the graphic section of the screen draws itself in visible pen elements (i.e.: Outline then fill, move on to next shape). Below the graphics window is a simple command line with a tiny bit of room above for the brief written description of the area you are in. Like every good adventure game, the puzzles start easy and get more difficult as you progress, until they get just plain silly hard. Play time is about 30 hours. It comes on 4 disk sides, the front and back of two floppy disks. This game does not innovate upon the genre, and is built on the gameplay of its predecessors. Meh graphical text-adventure...
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Robert G. Johnson received his Ph.D. in physics from Iowa State University. After a puzzle-solving career in industrial research at Honeywell, he joined the Department of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Minnesota to work on the mystery of past climate variations. Johnson has published many research papers and one book: Secrets of the Ice Ages: the Role of the Mediterranean Sea in Climate Change. Initially a professional calligrapher, Janey Westin pursued paleographic studies of medieval manuscripts, stone inscriptions, the structure of letterforms, and the tools and materials of the trade. This work expanded into stone letter carving and sculpting. Her studio, Paper & Stone, is located in Edina, Minnesota. Robert and his daughter Janey discuss their book, The Last Kings of Norse America: Runestone Keys to a Lost Empire. They connect the runestones to a Norse expedition to North America, documented by a 1354 Royal Proclamation. Johnson explains that both the Kensington stone, found in 1898 on a settler's farm near Kensington, Minn., and Spirit Pond runestone, found 73 years later on coastal Maine, were memorials to the men lost during an expedition to North America. The authors say the trip was led by Haakon VI, son of Magnus, King of Sweden and Norway, and the Honorable Paul Knutson, a king's law speaker in Norway, who was in command. Westin explains that the key to accurately translate the runic inscriptions is in recognizing that many of the words were abbreviated in medieval style. Her translations of both stones are published in the book. The authors weave historical research and controversial Norse findings in North America with an in-depth linguistic study to present an adventure of travel and tragedy. http://www.thelastkingsofnorseamerica.com/
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Montague Rhodes James librivox was a medieval scholar; Provost of King’s College, Cambridge. He wrote many of his ghost stories to be read aloud in the long tradition of spooky Christmas Eve tales. His stories often use rural settings, with a quiet, scholarly protagonist getting caught up in the activities of supernatural forces. The details of horror are almost never explicit, the stories relying on a gentle, bucolic background to emphasise the awfulness of the otherworldly intrusions. “Ghost Stories of an Antiquary” was written as two collections, presented here as two volumes in a single work. There is a short author’s preface before the first story in each volume. (Summary by Peter Yearsley) Ghost Stories of an Antiquary M. R. JAMES Genre(s): Horror & Supernatural Fiction Audio Book Audiobooks All Rights Reserved. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org.

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Can You guess the name of these 27 christmas songs just by hearing their introductions? ANSWERS ARE BELOW (CLICK SHOW MORE)... DISCLAIMER - All of the featured songs are the property of their owners. None of the songs were made by myself. 1. Walking In The Air - Aled Jones 2. Mistletoe And Wine - Cliff Richard 3. Fairytale of New York - The Pogues ft. Kirsty MacColl 4. All I Want For Christmas Is You - Mariah Carey 5.The Christmas Song - Nat King Cole 6. Stay Another Day - East 17 7. Wonderful Christmas Time - Paul McCartney 8. Let It Snow - Dean Martin 9. Last Christmas - Wham! 10. Merry Christmas Everybody - Slade 11. Merry Christmas Everyone - Shakin' Stevens 12. Millennium Prayer - Cliff Richard 13. Lonely This Christmas - Mud 14. It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year - Andy Williams 15. White Christmas - Bing Crosby 16. Stop The Cavalry - Jona Lewie 17. Santa Baby - Kylie Minogue 18. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Brenda Lee 19. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day - Wizzard 20. Little Saint Nick - The Beach Boys 21. Do They Know It's Christmas - Band Aid 22. Jingle Bell Rock - Bobby Helms 23. Christmas Lights - Coldplay 24. Christmas Time (Don't Let The Bells End) - Darkness 25. Blue Christmas - Michael Bublé 26. December Song ( I Dreamed Of Christmas) - George Michael 27. A Spaceman Came Travelling - Chris De Burgh
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