Joined: 30 Oct 2006 Posts: 31
Yshk Sha Updated Yshk Sha now shows a picture of the same woman on the chest that appears in the Lucia's Coast image. Presumably, in response to us learning the identity of Yshk Lanti / Chaya.
Yshk Sha - "For us"
Sat Nov 18, 2006 2:34 pm
Joined: 10 Oct 2006 Posts: 42
I thought there was a hidden message in the picture, since the background was so dark yet looked like it had shapes. So I messed with the brightness and settings. I saw a map that looked familiar. I searched Wikipedia for Atlantis (has anyone noticed that that wikipedia page seems to have a lot more info on it than when the game first started? Maybe it's just my imagination...) On that page, I found a map of Atlantis which came from this site:
http://atlantis.haktanir.org/ch3.html. So, this is where I found the image
Also this text: "Site of Atlantis, now beneath the sea, according to the beliefs of the Egyptians and the description of Plato".
I'm not sure that this will help, other than saying that Chaya is from Atlantis, or Chaya is still on Atlantis. The image on the YshkSha page is made of two images. Our familiar goddess on the ark, and the image of a hand-drawn map of Atlantis from an Egyption map maker's style (they made the original map upside-down, being that north is actually the BOTTOM of the image, and south is the top).
Oh, another idea is that if you look at the islands that are on the image, they really don't exist (to that size, at least) ... and one of them COULD fall into the same area as Bermuda. Thus, maybe she was taken to Bermuda... I don't know.
Here's the breakdown:
Map of Atlantis:
Original image from YshkSha, with the brightness and contrast turned up to see the details:
Placed on top of eachother.
So there we go.
Sat Nov 18, 2006 7:43 pm
I Have No Life
Joined: 21 Apr 2006 Posts: 2062
amazing Daikah, that is amazing. I don't know what we would do without you.
Sat Nov 18, 2006 8:21 pm
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