What a wonderful holiday season, especially for J.R.R. Tolkien fans:
“It was the biggest bang in the world, and the most monstrous firework there ever has been. It turned the North Pole BLACK and shook all the stars out of place… The tap turning on the Aurora Borealis fireworks is still in the cellar of my old house. The North Polar Bear knew he must never, never touch it… Anyway he was nosing around the ruins this morning soon after breakfast (he hides things to eat there) and turned on all the Northern Lights for two years in one go.“
We wish everyone a Happy New Year 2007.
In honor of the occasion, we have designed a “Secret Doodle” which contains several secrets.
1) What is the message of the “Secret Doodle”?
You should be able to ascertain this without too much difficulty as we have made it easy for you to get an Inkling. Be HAPPY. Did we not just post on Happiness? But you might have to take a NEW look. In a pinch this YEAR, you might even engage in a Gobelin count (at least in French).
2) Where do the symbols of the “Secret Doodle” come from?
Is this the writing of a prehistoric “rock art” culture of the type we discuss at some of our other websites? You may want to ask your local mainstream archaeologist or resident expert decipherer for clues to clues, which is their profession. Perhaps these symbols were used by the small, Lilliputian – previously nameless – hobbits (modernly baptized Homo floresiensis) that mainstream science recently claimed to have discovered in Indonesia? Alas, a pipedream species in an academic area of study where fantasy, fiction and myth unwillingly meet the hard hand of evidence. A story for J.K. Rowling?
Another way to find out why the LawPundit’s Secret Doodle “rocks” is to consult your local linguist about rocs and orcs and arks, or as written about Noah’s Ark and rocs in 1604 by Michael Drayton – who in his youth worked as a Page boy for which you have to have a Brain (well, nearly so) :
- All feathered things yet ever knowne to men,
- From the huge Rucke, unto the little Wren;
- From Forrest, Fields, from Rivers and from Pons,
- All that have webs, or cloven-footed ones;
- To the Grand Arke, together friendly came,
- Whose severall species were too long to name
- Which may be why we’ve waited ’til this day
Floresiensis as a species to portray!
3) What other special “coding” does the message contain?
You might just try some Google search words for local color or Yahoo some other clues you have already been given to arrive at the doubled rainbow at the end of a pot of gold. What are words to the hues of nature?
We repeat, Happy New Year.
2007. Make this world a better place, if you can.
P.S. We will post the solution in the New Year to our LexiLine Newsletter.