Tuesday, May 17, 2011


I fell asleep Sunday night and woke up again on Tuesday. I think. At least, that's what the calendar on my computer says. Fuck.

So: this post from those fucking...whatever they are. That first comment? Not from me. But the other comments showed me what the post was about: apparently, those are what Howard Carter wrote about discovering Tutankhamen's tomb in 1922. Lord Carnarvon (Carter's financial backer and an awesome name) asked "Can you see anything?" Supposedly, Carter replied, "Wonderful things."

Yeah. Even weirder, that passage? Isn't even the correct wording. It's actually the wording from "Kryptos," a sculpture in the CIA that has encoded text in it, some of which still hasn't been decoded.

Now the question becomes: what the hell does this mean?


  1. Don't know man. There was a way into the tomb, maybe that means there is a way out of yours? If you just can figure out the cypher? I'm no good at these...

  2. There is no escape, Not for you and not for me.

    1. ^ Way to look like a retard, this blog ended over a year ago. e_e

      Side note, commenting as I read along: thoroughly enjoying this. So glad DJay suggested I read this. Debating reading the corresponding blog, but I'm too sucked into just... all of this, to get myself to click away. :O