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Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG

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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 08:59:41


I do believe I have tied the link between A FUTURE LIVED IN PAST TENSE and Time flows backwards.

http://www.tkline.freeserve.co.uk/Webworks/Website/AmoresBkII.htm

While here, do a text search for Juno, and read the first paragraph its in. It mentions fountains flowing backwards.

Do a search on google for Juno+Time flows backwards to find this as well.

Juno’s watchman guarded Io too well,

and died before his time: while she’s a goddess!
___________________________________________________
Songs can draw down the blood-red moon,

and call the sun’s white stallions from their journey:

Serpents’ jaws are forced apart by song,

and fountains flow backwards to their source.

Could this possibly be in refference to a greek poet?

Anyone know the author?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 09:05:34


Scratch my previous statement. A friend of mine found the author. We tried both his English and Nation given name and tried both single and last names and combinations of both.

Possibly a Star Trek thing.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 09:22:03


At 6/13/04 09:07 AM, pieoncar wrote: Third paragraph on this work from Ovid mentions Juno and a river flowing backwards... at a quick glance, it appears to be roughly the same thing as what you just posted.

Tried many things with Ovid and other such things mentioned in the story (Beauty) and other things such as Greek, Roman, etc.

What was the name of the Juno's captain (The enterprises sister ship? I can't find it anywere).

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 09:27:36


Captain’s Log, stardate 89241.5, U.S.S. Juno, Captain James Holkham commanding...

I googled ["star trek" juno captain] keeping quotes but not brackets.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 09:31:05


At 6/13/04 09:27 AM, pieoncar wrote: I googled ["star trek" juno captain] keeping quotes but not brackets.

Tried lots of combinations for the URL on that one.. no go.

JamesHolkham, JHolkham, JH, JamesH.

No go... grr, what the fuck.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 09:34:54


Meh, this may be semi-spam, but I just noticed something odd in the URL.

http://www.thisisnotporn.com/see/TimeFlows.htm

Notice Time Flows.

Now, in the one we are working the title of the page is Time Flows Backwards. Could there be any correspondance to this?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 10:00:33


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Well, I did a search on google for thisisnotporn and I got this little gem

http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfa...&topic=14442172&page=3

It seems as if this site has been around for a long time (has had 3 versions). Upon further research, it seems as if this site is to a forum, and the forum is filled with MORE puzzles.

I myself still want to look for the answer, and it seems as if GameFAQ's forum is stuck as we are (only gotten to page 3).

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 11:58:24


Maybe its the little dutch boy who put his finger in the dike! i don't if he died there alone but maybe he did!


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-13 22:10:36


damn those gamespot forums are sloppy...

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-14 03:11:20


HOW LONG HAS THIS GONE ON?! some one ras to find out what to do eventually right? I know I'm stuck


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-14 05:15:35


At 6/13/04 08:03 AM, Crimson_Edge wrote:
At 6/13/04 07:59 AM, Funky_Penguin wrote: That doesn't work for the second level >:(
The password is in the source.

I'm unsure of the user name as I spent about 45 mins looking for it.

That's a wrong pswd. You need to convert the .swf to .txt to discover the pswd, but I can't find it anyhow.

Good progress guys.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-14 12:33:53


Do not let this die! c'mon peeps!

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-14 12:49:50


At 6/14/04 12:33 PM, -Akula- wrote: Do not let this die! c'mon peeps!

I can't think of what it is. I don't want to look on the GameFAQ boards because I would feel bad.

If anyone knows of any cross-refferencing sites, plz say so.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-14 13:13:50


At 6/14/04 12:49 PM, Crimson_Edge wrote:
At 6/14/04 12:33 PM, -Akula- wrote: Do not let this die! c'mon peeps!
I can't think of what it is. I don't want to look on the GameFAQ boards because I would feel bad.

If anyone knows of any cross-refferencing sites, plz say so.

What are cross-refferencing sites?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-15 16:04:25


At 6/14/04 01:13 PM, -Akula- wrote: What are cross-refferencing sites?

A website were you can refference 2 or more things to eachother.

Lets say you wanted to find Whiffle Ball Bat Murders, you would type both Whiffle Ball Bat and Murders and it would give you abunch of stuff.

Kind of like a google search with a +, but better.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-16 06:58:10


ok ive been linked to this site by a friend and linked to here about what to do and now i rly wana get further and its buggin me loads any one no how to get to next page im on the one with hte sign in the tree

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-16 22:20:26


the guy who made this now put his name copyrights on the bottom & added to the part that said wait here.

http://www.thisisnotporn.com/see/IJsselmeer.htm

Anyone know what to do?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-19 09:34:09


8ft missing fish arrives at Natural History Museum

An eight-foot rare fish, recently at the centre of a dispute over legal rights, was handed over to the Museum yesterday by Cornish fish merchant Tim Alsop.

Sturgeons are rarely seen in UK waters, this specimen was caught off the coast of Wales on Wednesday, 2 June 2004, and mysteriously disappeared a day later becoming the subject of an investigation by the Devon and Cornwall Police. Help the boy, he's drowning. The police were treating the disappearance as theft and an appeal was made for the fish to be donated to the Museum.

Legal rights to the fish were already being investigated before the theft took place as the sturgeon is believed to be an Atlantic species and as such is a royal fish. Keep looking. Being a royal fish, if caught, it becomes the property of the crown. The dealer had therefore approached Buckingham Palace and been granted permission to dispose of it as he wished. More beneath the page. However, the species is also protected by CITES wildlife legislation, making it illegal to sell them and the police were looking to clarify the situation when the theft took place.

The controversial sturgeon has now been recovered and the owner has decided to donate it to the Museum.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-20 02:48:10


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Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-20 04:43:12


At 6/19/04 10:29 AM, --Silverspeed-- wrote: Try viewing source with the funny sign on it. It got loads of numbers in a comment.

I did and I got:

The old name of the site of the boy's disappearance is the name of the place you must go.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-20 04:47:27


I did the second set of #'s in the alt code and got:

whatcomesafterwetireofchasingwildsheep?

sry for double posting, there wasnt any spaces.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-20 22:07:35


This is confusing as hell...

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-20 22:17:52


alexander cut me would probably refer to St. Maria St. Maria Goretti, who was stabbed by a guy named alexander, just my quess

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-22 09:16:47


*bump*

We need pieoncar and Crimson back. thisisnotporn is giving clues!

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-22 09:21:33


i strained a mussle in my brain.. i give up.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-29 15:46:41


The old name of the site of the boy's disappearance is the name of the place you must go is the alts in the // comments of the source.

119 104 097 116 099 111 109 101 115 097 102 116 101 114 119 101 116 105 114 101 111 102 099 104 097 115 105 110 103 119 105 108 100 115 104 101 101 112 063

That part translates into What Comes After We Tire of Chasing Wild Sheep

Now, what does come?

Sleep. You count wild sheep in your head to go to sleep.

Or

Awakening. If you chase wild sheep, you are sleeping, but what comes after you tire of it, is waking up.

I hope this help, i want to get this done.

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-29 17:31:38


Double Post (Sorry)

Im on the six page. If you want to figure out the tree and the sign, save the picture to your HardDrive, open it up in Photoshop or another program, AND STUDY THE SIGN, the Login/Pass is there!

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-06-30 05:37:06


Hey. On the page with the pop-up, it says "WhatALovelyDrapeTheyMake". This is also a clue as on the first page (AsiaAwaits), It said "TheOneWhoWieldsTheSword"

So maybe we should also be looking for a Drape?

Response to Try To Figure Out This Clue Site NG 2004-07-04 13:45:31


yo I got the answer to the next page, when you zoom in on the sign of the tree, you can see Edith Head

user: Edith
pass: Head