Is that an anagram puzzle?
You are far off-track. Coming back with a rested pair of eyes may help.
Look through the string slowly and see if anything jumps out at you. That will then bring you down to the correct path.
You can break the long string into 27 names.
There's another place where pyramids were built besides Central/ South America
This might be a stupid question, as I was totally newbie to Egyptian Culture... I found that the gender characters for some deities are not consistent, like, a source says Female but another says Both. How may I know if I got the correct gender for them?
If you use wikipedia as a source they are accurately represented.
I have no idea what to do in step 3, i already got the M/F/B right, i think it is a triliteral cipher, but can't get any sign of word/number from the result.. anyone can help?
Thanks! Turns out this part's something people have actually heard of.
8h in step 3... 🤣 (Y lo que me queda).
Now stuck with genders -_- cannot get the correct gender values. Can anyone assist me with finding where im wrong
Wikipedia has a list, you need to use the genders from there.
Got it that was a several step process. Difficult but interesting puzzle good luck everyone!
Already feel like Benjamin Franklin Gates trying to find treasure, 😂
From one history to another, from one clue to another, from one password to another. Then recode with a password that has been found previously.
Thanks for all the hint ... 10 hours I was really paid for by the media.... 😁✌️
my english is not very good ....😅 , Google help me..
He means that one of the solutions from a previous step if needed for the final passcode. 🙂
I have the 27 words, use wiki and I am sure that I have the correct string M / F / B but for more than I try I can not get a keyword that makes sense to me.
If they decode correctly, the keyword is recognizable? Or do they have to modify it to make sense?
yes ... more or less like that ...😅
The keyword is recognizable. One word. Maybe replace M with F ...
your hint is very helpful...😁
I totally agree with you. I didn't like the reusing.
Wow. Only after I solved the challenge I realized that the M/F/B letters (or should I say F. B. M.?) provide a clue for the next step. 😀
I thought of it fast but had it backwards.
any hint to solve the M/F/B string? i already got 27 string of M/F/B.. but don't know what I need to do after it
Okey, I seriously need help.
"She will help you, like she helped him" is the clue and I KNOW who "him" is, and I tried every variation of "him" I could find, and that is just the FIrst step...!!!
have you tried to type "him" using normal abcde and small caps?
I can think of but ONE way to send a text by pressing buttons 1-3 times per symbol; whereby you cannot spell anything with either a Q or a Z. This doesn't feel the least bit promising to me, although counting letters would indeed give an "R" for the final symbol. However, no way no how does it give any "A" symbols in the second-last spot.
we don't need to look for 13AR here, 13AR is written in step 2
I've gotten to the M/F/B stage but don't know how to convert from those 3 to the next stage, the first few all seemed to have clear enough clues but now that I've got genders I'm not sure how to proceed.
It took me 5 hrs to just make the step your trying to solve now . .. - and that is even when I was in the right area but using the wrong encoding.
You have the key parts, and hints about the encoding ...