Thursday, 10 April 2014

The birds that watch the garden

A few days ago we noticed that a new twitter user @MCrinitus (Greater crested flycatcher) has been tweeting some interesting things, especially around the time of the release of the new chapter 10 versions.

A little while ago this tweet was posted, to our minds an obvious encrypted message encode as a railfence cipher

I struggled to get a clean translation, but it turns out it was all to do with the number of spaces between the letters. @MrToasty found the solution first -

The Caduceus gives life to those that are dead, but it stands for so much more. Who is Emydio Alves?

Once this answer had been found we got another tweet from @MCrinitus - "I am old. I am tired. And now I head to the garden for a rest. Maybe there I can watch the ships sail" along with this image which appears to be a page from a book, and we are assuming it is actually from "The Winged Shoes of Emydio Alves".



The page has definite similarities to Ship of Theseus with him starting and ending in the water.

2 comments:

  1. I took a look at the Mulholland Book Club Kit postcard. I am assuming the kit is in game somehow. Here's my initial findings: about the postcard

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    1. Thanks, I am going to try and wait until I can see the contents of the kit before blogging about the contents.

      but you have reminded me that I never published the fact that there is a kit available !

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