## Re: Solutions for Glyphs 2,3,4,5,6,7!?

Posted By: JiveTurkey
Date: 18 June 2001, 00:09

In Response To: Solutions for Glyphs 2,4,5,6,7!? (JiveTurkey)

Hmm, it just occurred to me that each glyph is not necessarily limited to just one character, so if we use that method, but instead include zero, we also discover the following:

Glyph 3: 22 - 0 = 22 = "V" and 6 - 0 = 6 = "F"

Glyph 5 addendum: 9 - 0 = 9 = "I" and 47 - 0 = 47, 47 % 26 = 19 = "S"

The new list is: ? O VF K VIS N R

> Alright, using some very simple techniques, I have found possible
> solutions for glyphs 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7.

> Glyph 2: The number 67 is the only number that exists both as a number on
> the dial, and as the difference between two consecutive numbers on the
> glyph (70-3).
> Therefore I propose that the solution to glyph 2 is 67 % 26 = 15 = the
> letter "O."

> Glyph 4: The number 37 is the only number that exists both as a number on
> the dial, and as the difference between two consecutive numbers on the
> glyph (50-13).
> Therefore I propose that the solution to glyph 2 is 37 % 26 = 11 = the
> letter "K."

> Glyph 5: The number 22 is the only number that exists both as a number on
> the dial, and as the difference between two consecutive numbers on the
> glyph (47-25), ignoring zero.
> Therefore I propose that the solution to glyph 2 is 22 = the letter
> "V."

> Glyph 6: The number 66 is the only number that exists both as a number on
> the dial, and as the difference between two consecutive numbers on the
> glyph (80-14).
> Therefore I propose that the solution to glyph 2 is 66 % 26 = 14 = the
> letter "N."

> Glyph 7: The number 18 is the only number that exists both as a number on
> the dial, and as the difference between two consecutive numbers on the
> glyph (36-18).
> Therefore I propose that the solution to glyph 2 is 18 = the letter
> "R."

> So far, these give us: ?O?KVNR