Discussion in 'Archived Missions' started by Shahmeran, Feb 23, 2015.
This mission will become our Waterloo!
Considering that i'm french, i'm not sure about the meaning you attribute to "our Waterloo"
In this case, the meaning is Swedish, not French.
(but my brain wants to read Mercury's post as sounding like a line from Taboo, by The Cramps)
Sorry, i didn't established the link with abba.. it's been a busy day
Esteemed agents, I just received my package today. My piece of data is: "possibility of a move to primate testing in the next few months. Within a year, we".
I added your line to the document. It seems we're only missing a small handful of lines at this point, but it's starting to come together.
Kiesteel posted a picture of his Jacket Paper on the IRC
I believe we're looking at an S.
Or maybe something completely different.
You need to rehost the image first, there's not enough permission to view it through the forums
googledocs too complicated.
so it all may seem to pertain to brain stuff, and human specials natural/modified
I have taken the liberty of making a little quick reference guide for us, and also dubbed this little mission "The Hanged Man" (both ominous and cheeky). Let me know if you want anything added to the file.
(Edit: Changed link for permissions)
it says I need permission to view it
@Timothy Fox You should be all set know. Edited the original link.
Just getting back to the Whitechapel story and the Isis-Urania Temple resp. the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Has anyone tried to ask for help regarding this society and the temple? I just stumbled across...
the name of an expert for this order during Mission 2 of the Beta. While looking for the ICOE contact (who was resposive) there was also a contact for the Order in the list.
B. Wiseman (suspicious name by the way) 442079460363 - sounds like an UK phone number (+44 is country code)
there was another contact listed before and crossed out:
S. Roth 442079460204
The phone numbers should be located in Croydon, United Kingdom but I have not found time to call right now and am hesitant to do so without knowing what to ask...
Spoiler: I found ...
Thanks DTG - that saves time. Flukes are everywhere...
Finally! I've opened that black envelope too, but there where no clues in it, only a thank you letter and some stikers well, next time i guess...
Where is Jacket No. 5? Although we should be able to solve this one with 4/5...
Have I missed some proceedings in this case? just to be sure, before I spend a couple of my neurons exploding on this topic tonight.
I might have found the answer?
MS408, or Beinecke MS 408 is the call number for the Voynich Manuscript in the Yale library.
(And some bonus information about it here and the wiki)
Separate names with a comma.