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Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is sweet! 1/12- Add-on
01-10-2018, 06:34 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-14-2018, 04:25 PM by OH!.)
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In the book "Once Upon a While" the word "chocolate" is only spelled twice. On page 18 & 123. On page 128 it reads: I recall times when I've eaten too much chocolate, and some may say I've written too much about George Dabich. I'm not sorry for doing either of those things, although I fail to see the correlation between the two.
Don't you also fail to see the correlation between the two? I do. It's as he had the word chocolate in mind and decided to use it on top of a map of the Shoshone National Forest. If you study the background, right above the word "chocolate" is Pyramid Peak. If you look to google earth and see what is below and to the right of Pyramid Peak, you have Brown Mountain.

The Comparison -
https://image.ibb.co/d1tWn6/pp.jpg

A Chocolate definition: A medium brown to dark-brown color.

On page 18 of "Once Upon a While" is this:
(Celery Salt is first words of page)


CELERY SALT

Very salty and tastes like celery. I like both so I guess it's OK. The

Indians may have used it to help tan skins.

WHOLE NUTMEGS

They look like small pecans before you take the hulls off. Not much

smell. You're supposed to grate them on top of hot chocolate and

things like that. I may try it later tonight. It will impress my wife so

long as she doesn't look closely at her kitchen table top.
(Note that chocolate is the 52nd word)
(Also note that from the beginning of the chocolate sentence to the "e" in chocolate is 43 letters for later reference in this thread)


Brown is the 52nd word in the poem.

If we connect the two chocolate words in the book along with the word count they correlate with each other which matches the poem. So is this a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence? Highly unlikely!

There is another just like this in the book and it has to do with the place of Forrest Fenn's being "Dear to me". If something is dear to you, you hold it close to your heart and that is exactly what is portrayed in the following link. It also happens to be the same exact area as the first link.
Dear to me - https://ibb.co/jij2um

Here is another that directs you to the same area and that is page 43 of "Once Upon a While". Page 43 has the number 109 and is the first numbers of the latitude and longitude.
And it just so happens that the comic of Captain America on page 43 has a background map which shows you latitude & longitude to aid you in the clue he is trying to reveal.
Captain America's background - https://ibb.co/mUn1nm

The number 43 & 52 are the first two latitude coordinates of Brown Mountain & Kirwin.
On page 43 in "The Thrill Of The Chase" there are only 52 words.
On page 52 in "Too Far Too Walk there are only 43 words."

In an article of Mr Fenn's he has this:
I made loonie bird over at Vermejo park one Sunday afternoon after catching a 20" brown trout and two 16" rainbows. In between those numbers he has the word "Brown" If you add 20 + 16 + 16 (because he caught two 16" rainbows) you have 52.

In another article of Mr. Fenn's he has the 40th word that reads "three" and the 52nd word is Brown. 43 & 52.
Brown as 52nd word - https://ibb.co/if7nsR

We've covered 43 and 52 as the first two latitude coordinates for Brown Mountain, what about longitude?
109 is the first longitude number for Brown Mountain and 17 is the second.

The next link Mr. Fenn talks of his spell checker on his computer smoking and then the next paragraph makes a mistake. This mistake happens to be after the 109th letter. He typed "leeve" instead of "leave" The first "e" in leave is letter 109. Then he makes a mistake.
109 letter count - https://ibb.co/kktMK6

The next link shows you the 17 letter count and the first two longitude coordinates are 109°17'
17 and Brown - https://ibb.co/cdU3z6
(Disregard the 43 word count on this link, I miscounted) All others are 100% correct)

Now is all this just a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence?

We've only heard from Mr. Fenn once since his new book. What does he finish his quote with?
http://mysteriouswritings.com/featured-q...chocolate/

And to finalize this thread I will say that George Dabich was born and raised in this area.............

1/11/2018 Add-ons
On page 52 in TTOTC there is only one paragraph and it is 109 letters.
Kirwin & Brown mountains longitude coordinates = 109°17'52"
https://ibb.co/c6w2Bm

On page 38 of TTOTC he again starts a sentence and 17 is Brown. This makes five times he exploited 17 & Brown.
https://ibb.co/frhj7R

I decided to look at TFTW and check for the word "Chocolate" There is only one spelling of chocolate and guess what the word count is?
https://ibb.co/kPgi1m

1/12/2018 Add-on
Forrest Fenn's Mud-fish Recipe and the word Brown. (Note the same pattern)
https://ibb.co/hCX6p6

In this link I have used the words surrounding or connecting with the word "Brown" in TTOTC to try a get a feel of what brown is. This link directly connects all of the
links in this thread.
https://ibb.co/nA5R6m And this https://ibb.co/kL2Fqb

IF SOMEONE CAN LOGICALLY EXPLAIN TO ME HOW THIS ALL CAN BE COINCIDENCE, I WILL LISTEN.

Comment #10 on this thread ties the poem in.
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01-11-2018, 12:27 AM,
#2
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
Interesting!
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01-11-2018, 11:30 AM,
#3
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
(01-11-2018, 12:27 AM)Chmaanta Wrote: Interesting!

Hi, Chmaanta, If what I've put forth is thoroughly studied you will see a pattern to each link that Mr. Fenn has used. Private emails tell me it's the bombshell.
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01-11-2018, 11:33 AM,
#4
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
(01-11-2018, 11:30 AM)OH! Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 12:27 AM)Chmaanta Wrote: Interesting!

Hi, Chmaanta, If what I've put forth is thoroughly studied you will see a pattern to each link that Mr. Fenn has used. Private emails tell me it's the bombshell.

oh, you do post some interesting stuff,imo your in the wrong state,good luck
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01-11-2018, 11:53 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-11-2018, 11:56 AM by OH!.)
#5
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
(01-11-2018, 11:33 AM)pidmt Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 11:30 AM)OH! Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 12:27 AM)Chmaanta Wrote: Interesting!

Hi, Chmaanta, If what I've put forth is thoroughly studied you will see a pattern to each link that Mr. Fenn has used. Private emails tell me it's the bombshell.

oh, you do post some interesting stuff,imo your in the wrong state,good luck

If you compare the state coin, state bird, state flower, state animal, state tree, state fossil & state gemstone, I've noticed that Forrest has covered 85 percent of them in scrapbooks for Wyoming. Montana follows 2nd, Colorado 3rd and New Mexico last.
Some are covered multiple times like "Bison" at 18. (Wyoming animal) Please don't make changes to you're solve because of what I write. I'm not blogging to change anyone's mind. If it aids the searcher, that is my goal.
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01-11-2018, 12:02 PM,
#6
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
(01-11-2018, 11:53 AM)OH! Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 11:33 AM)pidmt Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 11:30 AM)OH! Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 12:27 AM)Chmaanta Wrote: Interesting!

Hi, Chmaanta, If what I've put forth is thoroughly studied you will see a pattern to each link that Mr. Fenn has used. Private emails tell me it's the bombshell.

oh, you do post some interesting stuff,imo your in the wrong state,good luck

If you compare the state coin, state bird, state flower, state animal, state tree, state fossil & state gemstone, I've noticed that Forrest has covered 85 percent of them in scrapbooks for Wyoming. Montana follows 2nd, Colorado 3rd and New Mexico last.
Some are covered multiple times like "Bison" at 18. (Wyoming animal) Please don't make changes to you're solve because of what I write. I'm not blogging to change anyone's mind. If it aids the searcher, that is my goal.

i know your intent is to help, so good luck
****************************************************************
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01-11-2018, 03:56 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-12-2018, 12:07 AM by OH!.)
#7
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is SWEET!
There are three more links added on to the bottom of beginning thread that also match the other seven.
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01-12-2018, 10:03 AM,
#8
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is sweet! 1/11Add-on
(01-10-2018, 06:34 PM)OH! Wrote: In the book "Once Upon a While" the word "chocolate" is only spelled twice. On page 18 & 123. On page 128 it reads: I recall times when I've eaten too much chocolate, and some may say I've written too much about George Dabich. I'm not sorry for doing either of those things, although I fail to see the correlation between the two.
Don't you also fail to see the correlation between the two? I do. It's as he had the word chocolate in mind and decided to use it on top of a map of the Shoshone National Forest. If you study the background, right above the word "chocolate" is Pyramid Peak. If you look to google earth and see what is below and to the right of Pyramid Peak, you have Brown Mountain.

The Comparison - https://ibb.co/bDs2um

A Chocolate definition: A medium brown to dark-brown color.

On page 18 of "Once Upon a While" is this:
(Celery Salt is first words of page)


CELERY SALT

Very salty and tastes like celery. I like both so I guess it's OK. The

Indians may have used it to help tan skins.

WHOLE NUTMEGS

They look like small pecans before you take the hulls off. Not much

smell. You're supposed to grate them on top of hot chocolate and

things like that. I may try it later tonight. It will impress my wife so

long as she doesn't look closely at her kitchen table top.
(Note that chocolate is the 52nd word)
(Also note that from the beginning of the chocolate sentence to the "e" in chocolate is 43 letters for later reference in this thread)


Brown is the 52nd word in the poem.

If we connect the two chocolate words in the book along with the word count they correlate with each other which matches the poem. So is this a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence? Highly unlikely!

There is another just like this in the book and it has to do with the place of Forrest Fenn's being "Dear to me". If something is dear to you, you hold it close to your heart and that is exactly what is portrayed in the following link. It also happens to be the same exact area as the first link.
Dear to me - https://ibb.co/jij2um

Here is another that directs you to the same area and that is page 43 of "Once Upon a While". Page 43 has the number 109 and is the first numbers of the latitude and longitude.
And it just so happens that the comic of Captain America on page 43 has a background map which shows you latitude & longitude to aid you in the clue he is trying to reveal.
Captain America's background - https://ibb.co/mUn1nm

The number 43 & 52 are the first two latitude coordinates of Brown Mountain & Kirwin.
On page 43 in "The Thrill Of The Chase" there are only 52 words.
On page 52 in "Too Far Too Walk there are only 43 words."

In an article of Mr Fenn's he has this:
I made loonie bird over at Vermejo park one Sunday afternoon after catching a 20" brown trout and two 16" rainbows. In between those numbers he has the word "Brown" If you add 20 + 16 + 16 (because he caught two 16" rainbows) you have 52.

In another article of Mr. Fenn's he has the 40th word that reads "three" and the 52nd word is Brown. 43 & 52.
Brown as 52nd word - https://ibb.co/if7nsR

We've covered 43 and 52 as the first two latitude coordinates for Brown Mountain, what about longitude?
109 is the first longitude number for Brown Mountain and 17 is the second.

The next link Mr. Fenn talks of his spell checker on his computer smoking and then the next paragraph makes a mistake. This mistake happens to be after the 109th letter. He typed "leeve" instead of "leave" The first "e" in leave is letter 109. Then he makes a mistake.
109 letter count - https://ibb.co/kktMK6

The next link shows you the 17 letter count and the first two longitude coordinates are 109°17'
17 and Brown - https://ibb.co/cdU3z6
(Disregard the 43 word count on this link, I miscounted) All others are 100% correct)

Now is all this just a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence?

We've only heard from Mr. Fenn once since his new book. What does he finish his quote with?
http://mysteriouswritings.com/featured-q...chocolate/

And to finalize this thread I will say that George Dabich was born and raised in this area.............

1/11/2018 Add-ons
On page 52 in TTOTC there is only one paragraph and it is 109 letters.
Kirwin & Brown mountains longitude coordinates = 109°17'52"
https://ibb.co/c6w2Bm

On page 38 of TTOTC he again starts a sentence and 17 is Brown. This makes five times he exploited 17 & Brown.
https://ibb.co/frhj7R

I decided to look at TFTW and check for the word "Chocolate" There is only one spelling of chocolate and guess what the word count is?
https://ibb.co/kPgi1m

IF SOMEONE CAN LOGICALLY EXPLAIN TO ME HOW THIS ALL CAN BE COINCIDENCE, I WILL LISTEN.

I have a hard time believing it is that area but I 100% cannot debunk your findings.
I fact checked all of the work you've done here and you have been thorough. Very impressive!
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01-12-2018, 03:46 PM, (This post was last modified: 01-12-2018, 04:13 PM by OH!.)
#9
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is sweet! 1/11Add-on
(01-12-2018, 10:03 AM)RockyBalboa Wrote:
(01-10-2018, 06:34 PM)OH! Wrote: In the book "Once Upon a While" the word "chocolate" is only spelled twice. On page 18 & 123. On page 128 it reads: I recall times when I've eaten too much chocolate, and some may say I've written too much about George Dabich. I'm not sorry for doing either of those things, although I fail to see the correlation between the two.
Don't you also fail to see the correlation between the two? I do. It's as he had the word chocolate in mind and decided to use it on top of a map of the Shoshone National Forest. If you study the background, right above the word "chocolate" is Pyramid Peak. If you look to google earth and see what is below and to the right of Pyramid Peak, you have Brown Mountain.

The Comparison - https://ibb.co/bDs2um

A Chocolate definition: A medium brown to dark-brown color.

On page 18 of "Once Upon a While" is this:
(Celery Salt is first words of page)


CELERY SALT

Very salty and tastes like celery. I like both so I guess it's OK. The

Indians may have used it to help tan skins.

WHOLE NUTMEGS

They look like small pecans before you take the hulls off. Not much

smell. You're supposed to grate them on top of hot chocolate and

things like that. I may try it later tonight. It will impress my wife so

long as she doesn't look closely at her kitchen table top.
(Note that chocolate is the 52nd word)
(Also note that from the beginning of the chocolate sentence to the "e" in chocolate is 43 letters for later reference in this thread)


Brown is the 52nd word in the poem.

If we connect the two chocolate words in the book along with the word count they correlate with each other which matches the poem. So is this a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence? Highly unlikely!

There is another just like this in the book and it has to do with the place of Forrest Fenn's being "Dear to me". If something is dear to you, you hold it close to your heart and that is exactly what is portrayed in the following link. It also happens to be the same exact area as the first link.
Dear to me - https://ibb.co/jij2um

Here is another that directs you to the same area and that is page 43 of "Once Upon a While". Page 43 has the number 109 and is the first numbers of the latitude and longitude.
And it just so happens that the comic of Captain America on page 43 has a background map which shows you latitude & longitude to aid you in the clue he is trying to reveal.
Captain America's background - https://ibb.co/mUn1nm

The number 43 & 52 are the first two latitude coordinates of Brown Mountain & Kirwin.
On page 43 in "The Thrill Of The Chase" there are only 52 words.
On page 52 in "Too Far Too Walk there are only 43 words."

In an article of Mr Fenn's he has this:
I made loonie bird over at Vermejo park one Sunday afternoon after catching a 20" brown trout and two 16" rainbows. In between those numbers he has the word "Brown" If you add 20 + 16 + 16 (because he caught two 16" rainbows) you have 52.

In another article of Mr. Fenn's he has the 40th word that reads "three" and the 52nd word is Brown. 43 & 52.
Brown as 52nd word - https://ibb.co/if7nsR

We've covered 43 and 52 as the first two latitude coordinates for Brown Mountain, what about longitude?
109 is the first longitude number for Brown Mountain and 17 is the second.

The next link Mr. Fenn talks of his spell checker on his computer smoking and then the next paragraph makes a mistake. This mistake happens to be after the 109th letter. He typed "leeve" instead of "leave" The first "e" in leave is letter 109. Then he makes a mistake.
109 letter count - https://ibb.co/kktMK6

The next link shows you the 17 letter count and the first two longitude coordinates are 109°17'
17 and Brown - https://ibb.co/cdU3z6
(Disregard the 43 word count on this link, I miscounted) All others are 100% correct)

Now is all this just a coincidence? And what are the odds of this coincidence?

We've only heard from Mr. Fenn once since his new book. What does he finish his quote with?
http://mysteriouswritings.com/featured-q...chocolate/

And to finalize this thread I will say that George Dabich was born and raised in this area.............

1/11/2018 Add-ons
On page 52 in TTOTC there is only one paragraph and it is 109 letters.
Kirwin & Brown mountains longitude coordinates = 109°17'52"
https://ibb.co/c6w2Bm

On page 38 of TTOTC he again starts a sentence and 17 is Brown. This makes five times he exploited 17 & Brown.
https://ibb.co/frhj7R

I decided to look at TFTW and check for the word "Chocolate" There is only one spelling of chocolate and guess what the word count is?
https://ibb.co/kPgi1m

IF SOMEONE CAN LOGICALLY EXPLAIN TO ME HOW THIS ALL CAN BE COINCIDENCE, I WILL LISTEN.

I have a hard time believing it is that area but I 100% cannot debunk your findings.
I fact checked all of the work you've done here and you have been thorough. Very impressive!

Thank you Rocky. I enjoy the research. Here is a connection.
In this link I have used the words surrounding or connecting with the word "Brown" in TTOTC to try a get a feel of what brown is. This link directly connects all of the
links in the thread you read.
https://ibb.co/nA5R6m and this https://ibb.co/kL2Fqb
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01-14-2018, 01:39 AM, (This post was last modified: 01-14-2018, 09:45 AM by OH!.)
#10
RE: Chocolate On Top Of Chocolate! OUAW is sweet! 1/12- Add-on
The beginning thread and the poem comparison.

As, the first word in the poem and it means “To the degree”
We know degree is part of coordinates
Step one is the first word "As" Your first step is to find degrees and words that mean degrees in the poem. As, far & so.

Not far but too far to walk = not 40th degree but too 43rd degree to walk.

So = word 109, Far is word 43. Now you have found the degrees.

The coordinate symbols are ° ‘ “

We’ve used the degree symbol so the two that are left are called “units of measurement symbols”

Next step is to find units of measurement from the word “AS”

The first word that means unit of measurement is “In”. As I have gone alone IN there. If we do a letter count to that word it is the 17th.
We now have 17.

Now go find another “IN”. And take it IN the canyon down. This “in” is the 35th word.
We now have 35.

Put IN. Put “units of measure” below the home of Brown.
I am to put an inch sign below brown. 52”
Brown is the 52nd word.

Kirwin, Wyoming. 109°17’52” 43°52’35"
https://roadsidethoughts.com/wy/kirwin-x...ummary.htm

Although a bit rough around the edges and maybe not perfect, I think this theory holds more on the positive side than negative. Correct? But I do know for certain that word & letter count is part of the poem solve.
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