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    Just an idea.

    The Zodiac cyphers. Perhaps they aren't to be deciphered left to right, but more like connect the dots, creating constellations in the script. And the codebreaker would have to be a pathfinder, making the connections. They could even spell names, or initials.

    I personally believe it could have been more than one person, the beginnings of a cult that, perhaps not worshipped, but recognized the utter significance of the Heavens.

    Sometimes I toy around with the idea it was my dad. He was stationed in southern California in the sixties. And he loved crossword puzzles. But, as he would say, that is neither here nor there.

    I dunno. Got nothing to do.

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    The sun and stars played an important part in the history of native life, and modern American Indians continue to use the sky as a calendar guide for traditional ceremonies. All Native peoples have legends and stories about the sky, including origin myths to explain the creation of light in the world and the reason for the position of star constellations.

    They didn't yet have settlers to tell them of religious and spiritual beliefs yet, it was all they had. And it seemed to work for them.
    Sometimes I believe there are several paths to understanding, and it's up to us to choose the one that aligns with our intuition.

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      The Zodiac Killer's initial kills started in the Bay Area which is Northern California.

      Based on a bio show I saw, the first couple ciphers were solved. There were letters thereafter that became unintelligible which suggests he either purposefully scrambled them of perhaps there was someone else mimicking him.

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        Maybe I wasn't on to something.

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      Originally posted by Amerijuanican View Post
      The sun and stars played an important part in the history of native life, and modern American Indians continue to use the sky as a calendar guide for traditional ceremonies. All Native peoples have legends and stories about the sky, including origin myths to explain the creation of light in the world and the reason for the position of star constellations.

      They didn't yet have settlers to tell them of religious and spiritual beliefs yet, it was all they had. And it seemed to work for them.
      Sometimes I believe there are several paths to understanding, and it's up to us to choose the one that aligns with our intuition.
      I totally agree, and it seems obvious to me that it's best all angles are being explored.

      Unfortunately, there are billions of people who center their lives around one thing and try to shove it down everyone else's throats.

      But the stars are mystical to me. I like to think that people can be embodiments of the Heavens. And the collision of Andromeda and the Milky Way is pure romance.

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