Interpretations

Basics

- http://www.wikipedia.org/
- http://www.google.no/
- http://translate.google.com/
- http://www.omniglot.com/
- How to translate the Alphabets
- Symbols

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Pages which various players think have connections, to each other and to certain topics:

Grigori

Page 35: Journal-entry about siege
Page 107: Story of the Watchers, and the Daeva who opposed them
Page 121: Story about Thor
Page 131: Text about the Îrîn / Danavas
Page 140: "The Watchers, Grigori of Seventh Heaven, named Danavas, taught magic to Enmeduranki, seventh patriarch after Adam, who carved some of it onto 2 pillars at Sais"
Page 158: Poem about Danu, her creations and her children
Page 180: Margin-note mentions ''eclipse temple'', ''tzitzimimeh'', and such
Page 200: The page-long text of "I will find you father"
Page 203: The latin 'letter' directed to "my children / children of fate"
Speculations/interpretations:

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The Kalakin Engine

Variations of the same anagram shows up on several pages, all in blue ink:
21: Kneel Again, Kin, 39: Kneel again, kin, 41: A Keen Linking, 77: Nae Kin Linkage, 122: Ken Leaking In
-> Where characters got the name/phrase "Kalakin Engine" from in the first place
Page 23: Though slightly difficult to discern in the photo, the words "silver coin" are written with silver ink
Page 72: Story culminating in the theft of a precious silver coin
Page 80: Someone trying to figure out a complex item
Page 90 & 91: Mention of "the wand of calamita"
Page 130: Theorizing about getting to other worlds
Page 144: Rambling about the 'five kings'
Page 149: Small margin-note about crossing the Fall

Speculations/interpretations:

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Xanadu

Page 32: Messy page with 3 texts on top of each other, one talks of "temple" and space-stuff
Page 33: Single line mentioning "Aleph the sacred river"
Page 38: Upside-down page about the dream of a palace
Page 212 and 213: Timeline, with several instances of ''footsteps'', and other things
Page ??: Has the Coleridge-poem "Kubla Khan" written in invisible ink behind main text
The Glass Mansion: Idea conceived of in a dream, supposedly
Speculations/interpretations: (radio free xanadu? Anyone feel like elaborating?)

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Bad Wolf

page 27: (2*10+1) , 14 , 7 , 30/2 , 6*2 , 9 , 1 , 7*2 , 3*10 (prob. meant to be 2*10)
Page 33: (4*5 +1) , (7*2) , (7) , (3*5) , (4*3) , (9) , (1) , (8+6) , (30-10)
Page 36: (7*3) , (4*3 +2) , (5+2) , (3*5) , (6*2) , (9) , (1) , (8+6) , (10*4 / 2)
Page 59: 211471512911420
Page 177: 211471512911420
Interpretations of Gry:
- All five form the same sequence of numbers: 21, 14, 7, 15, 12, 9, 1, 14, 20
- If you substitute for letters, with A=1, B=2, C=3, etc, this spells out the name "Ungoliant"

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The Scarlet Letter

Texts and remarks written in red ink in messy handwriting and often a certain amount of snark, possibly written by the same person:
Page 16 - Text about Abraxas
Page 30 - Text about how horrible it is to be in love
Page 32 - Text that refers to itself as a 'scarlet letter'
Page 54 - Written "behind" the main text: 'So much for subtlety'
Page 60 - Written "behind" the main text: 'Such as the world has never seen'
Page 162 - Text about The Helen

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"Pliskin Happened" of the Ancients

Page 86: "And in that age so far remote"; Poem part 1 of 2
Page 64: "Yet also was a temple made"; Poem part 2 of 2
Page 191: The legend of the three children of Uha / Raven
Page 204: Listing and descriptions of the nine "fallen civilizations" / "Atlantises" of Hindu teachings;
Interpretations of Espen:
- Descriptions in Part 1 of poem matches up pretty well with info Nobel's found on Hyperborea
- Part 2 of poem mentions ''Gareos'', and the ''terrible spear'' named ''Gâr''
- He specifically thinks this is same thing as mentioned in page 191: "Yet this place at the top of the world was Hyperborea, and they defied the godling, refusing to let him consume them. Sent they then their greatest warrior, and armed him with their mightiest weapon."
-The 9th 'atlantis' listed on page 204 is "the floating island of Matsodyari which fell from the moon''. This, along with some other entries (like 'asgartha' and 'hyperboreans'), also happens to be written in black ink, whereas the rest of the page is in green.
- He noticed that the symbol in bottom-right corner of page 204 is almost identical to that found beneath part 2 of the poem, and what it might mean.
- He then began rambling about how secret alien space-station on the 'secret moon' with a super-laser was the only logical conclusion. At which point a tinfoil hat was recommended by the listeners.

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The Grail(s)

Speculations/interpretations:

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(feel free to add your own)

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