Email reads:

The first single arrow means bullet mark 1) and second double arrow means bullet mark 2). Hence if you read the binary digits anti-clockwise it is as follows starting from single arrow

> 0010, 1100, 1010, >> 0010, 0010, 0001, 0010, 1101,

In the decimal system this is

> 2, 12, 10, >> 2, 2, 1, 2, 13

Hence it reads as

>2-12-10 >> 22-12-13

It means dates between 2-Dec-2010 and 22-Dec-2013.

The shaded and non shaded triangles along with the tiny 6 dark triangles should mean what would happen between these periods

> 0010, 1100, 1010, >> 0010, 0010, 0001, 0010, 1101,

In the decimal system this is

> 2, 12, 10, >> 2, 2, 1, 2, 13

Hence it reads as

>2-12-10 >> 22-12-13

It means dates between 2-Dec-2010 and 22-Dec-2013.

The shaded and non shaded triangles along with the tiny 6 dark triangles should mean what would happen between these periods

I need to see the full and I will give the answare

ReplyDeleteI need to see the whole picture and I'll give you the answer

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ReplyDeleteWith the mass sightings of glowing orbs recently, and this strange crop circle with this interpretation, could we finally be leading up to Aliens publicly revealing themselves? I doubt it but one can hope. I have seen many unexpainable things, lights moving across the sky that dim out and in again with around 30 second delay, lights shooting across the sky then somewhat stalling before shooting off again, pair of glowing orbs moving across sky and an extremely bright light moving across the sky to name just a few. I watch the sky almost all the time and am convinced they are there, but the public is not ready to face the truth, so they most likely hide themselves for this reason. If this is the case, we may be waiting some time.

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ReplyDeleteScott - Even if interpreted correctly and the Binary code is correct (> 0010, 1100, 1010, >> 0010, 0010, 0001, 0010, 1101,) it does not translate to > 2, 12, 10, >> 2, 2, 1, 2, 13. This is wrong and whoever wrote you that email just decided to make up whatever they wanted. Its not even close to correct. IF the binary interpretation IS correct it actually translates to decimal as; 748822829. I don't think these numbers can be mistaken for dates. You could have easily checked this before you published. If the binary interpretation is correct then we need to find relevance in 748822829.

ReplyDeleteWow, thanks for informing us. I will double check that one.

Delete748822829 is a really big prime number. Interesting...but another mystery.

DeleteWhere do you get "748822829" from? Taken in sets of 4 digit binary numbers, 0010 does = 2, 1100 does = 12, 1010 does = 10 and 1101 does - 13. This is basic binary counting. However, why would these numbers represent a date, much less one formated in western calendar European format? For that matter, why read the numbers anti-clockwise when you could just as easily read them clockwise and come up with completely different numbers? Obviously there is a code here, but I doubt it has anything to do with dates.

DeleteWhere do you get "748822829" from? Taken in sets of 4 digit binary numbers, 0010 does = 2, 1100 does = 12, 1010 does = 10 and 1101 does - 13. This is basic binary counting. However, why would these numbers represent a date, much less one formated in western calendar European format? For that matter, why read the numbers anti-clockwise when you could just as easily read them clockwise and come up with completely different numbers? Obviously there is a code here, but I doubt it has anything to do with dates.

DeleteWhere do you get 748822829 from? Taken as sets of 4 digit binary numbers, 0010 does = 2, 1100 does = 12, 1010 does = 10 and 1101 does = 13. This is basic binary counting. However, it seems like quite a leap to say that these numbers represent a date. Why would whoever/whatever made this indicate a date using the western calandar in European convension of DD/MM/YY? It is clear there is a code here of some sort, but I highly doubt it has anything to do with dates. Also, why read the binary anti-clockwise when they could just as easily be read clockwise which would then result in a completely different set of numbers?

DeleteScott - Even if interpreted correctly and the Binary code is correct (> 0010, 1100, 1010, >> 0010, 0010, 0001, 0010, 1101,) it does not translate to > 2, 12, 10, >> 2, 2, 1, 2, 13. This is wrong and whoever wrote you that email just decided to make up whatever they wanted. Its not even close to correct. IF the binary interpretation IS correct it actually translates to decimal as; 748822829. I don't think these numbers can be mistaken for dates. You could have easily checked this before you published. If the binary interpretation is correct then we need to find relevance in 748822829.

ReplyDeleteGraham, I disagree.

ReplyDeleteGraham, I disagree.

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