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Has anyone else noticed that the word BE next to the stonehenge picture in the Evidence section of the SOTA (http://www.societyoftheancients.com/evidence.html) site is spelled wrong. Its spelled *BEE*. I know that these two ARGs are different games but they do use the same game series as a shared connection.

So I decided to google stonehenge/bee and click on images. I came across this site. http://www.greatdreams.com/crop/bee/bee.htm

It seems that right now we are waiting on something in game to happen. I dont think that the misspelling of the word *be* is a mistake. Thats all I have right now.


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Wow, nice find! Although that new site probably isn't involved in the ARG, it still has some pretty interesting stuff. Good job.


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There are a LOT of strange mispellings on that site. Someone recently found two spellings of nonetheless, one of which was non-the-less which is the form of a phone number. It came out to 666-843-5377, but the number didn't yet exist.


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According to whitepages.com, 666 is not an existing area code.


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although backwards, 773 is chicago


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Has anyone else noticed that the word BE next to the stonehenge picture in the Evidence section of the SOTA (http://www.societyoftheancients.com/evidence.html) site is spelled wrong. Its spelled *BEE*. I know that these two ARGs are different games but they do use the same game series as a shared connection.

So I decided to google stonehenge/bee and click on images. I came across this site. http://www.greatdreams.com/crop/bee/bee.htm

It seems that right now we are waiting on something in game to happen. I dont think that the misspelling of the word *be* is a mistake. Thats all I have right now.
I saw that too and thought it was a deliberate typo and reference to ilovebees, but nothing more.


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Roaringram wrote:
although backwards, 773 is chicago


has anyone tried it?


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Pak wrote:
According to whitepages.com, 666 is not an existing area code.


Although in an earlier threads two things were mentioned.

SOTA could also be an acronym for signs of the apocolyps, witch could mean Halo. in witch the aria code "666" would indeed fit.

the other thing that bugs me is why the timer was local instead of specificly to bungies clock. perhaps the timer showed when the number would become active... in your aria code... i know it seems stupid (and nearly impossable) but maby its worth a try. instead of 666 put your local code in the number.


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Lxshr wrote:
Roaringram wrote:
although backwards, 773 is chicago


has anyone tried it?


Yea just did...it was indeed chicago but the number wasnt in service.


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Pak wrote:
According to whitepages.com, 666 is not an existing area code.

I work in shipping for a private company and one of the three digit codes for York, Pennsylvania is 666. Nothing importing just saying.


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