Monday, September 11, 2006

Riddle seventeen

Riddle seventeen: The Apocalyspe of John

Difficulty: 6
Interest: 2

Ugh. Another of those problem that requires proper monitor calibration and careful analysis. When you find it, solve the anagram to get the answer.

The title, text and even the image are all misleading. Don't waste your time reading religious texts and trying to find cleverly hidden clues.

Next Level


There is a very pale pentagram on the image. On each of its point, there is a letter. Form a word with these letters to proceed to the next riddle.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The text is not completely useless. I think it's a reference to Rennes-le-Chateau and the Codex Bezae... (Da Vinci Code-type stuff)

12:19 PM  
Blogger Rissa said...

The text isn't useless. The words "black be white and white be black" and the bits about "reverse" and "backwards" is a prompt to put the image in an editing program and hit Negative Colour. It makes the pentagram MUCH easier to see.

It's not exactly an anagram, either. If you follow the pentagram from C, it reads out the answer.

12:04 PM  

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