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No Day Shall Erase You From the Memory of Time

Showing me where it all began, eleven.


Collectively, our small group has been onto this NYC location for years now. It was mentioned in our month methodology video. However, it appears we may have missed something huge...literally. It's been staring those with the book in the face anytime you flip through the pages.



We've been conditioned as a community to believe certain core things about The Secret puzzles. I'm not trying to be negative as I was part of the original 12 Secret Podcast episodes. There is great information to be had when listening to them but a word of caution, they are missing what is likely the foundation of the puzzles. The jewel/flower/month trifecta. I was recently watching Liberty: Mother of Exiles. The view of the World Trade Center from the ferry and the Statue of Liberty was pointed out with great importance. It's not the first time I've noticed this but for some reason it resonated a bit more so I began to look into it. I'll spare you the details and let you research it yourselves if you so choose but it was a big deal.


I began to think, could there ever be a more monumental and iconic eleven in NYC? Is it pure coincidence the twin towers bordered Liberty St.? Travel east on Liberty and look for the clues. There are some good ones. Listen to Phil describe the middle of one branch of the v. I still remember the ah-ha moment when he pointed it out. Spoiler alert, again, no trees. Remember the recently gift giver comment about a line so overthought which in reality is just a sign? Imagine the sign hasn't vanished and is still there for you all to find. How about the small triangular green space dedicated to a famous artist who immigrated from the former USSR? Her steel sculptures, Shadows and Flags, were created to represent her relationship with NYC as an immigrant. Can anyone gaze north towards the isle of B? I'll give you a hint, it's clever and may just blow your mind a little.

One and one are one, eleven.





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could the ilse of B be the mural/image of the statue of liberty just north of nevelson park at william and maiden?

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Fenix
Feb 29
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Not from my perspective, Lurk. Was the mural even around 40 years ago.

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If that’s the artist that Mostly made sculptures out of wood and scraps that I think of based on your description I have Researched that triangle a long time ago but couldn’t work the whole verse there…. Maybe I missed something or you are talking about another Artist .

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Hard word man works there ( David Rockefeller ) however Isle. of B wasn’t sure about it !

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