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## Hint 1

The spiral in the background has a specific name.

## Hint 2

There are four instances of the Fibonacci sequence on the front of the card as well.

## Hint 3

A familiar rotating cipher following a specific pattern.

## Solution

Rotating each word, in each line, following the numbers of Fibonnaci sequence (1,1,2,3) will translate this message - "Mathematics is not solely the study of abstract equations moreso it is a lens by which to understand reality itself." -- Amedeo Alessandro

## Hint 1

Easy as pi, though something seems amiss.

## Hint 2

That's a lot of digits, but are they all correct?

## Hint 3

Be careful, sometimes two numbers next to each other were changed.

## Hint 4

Now that you know what numbers are off, can you change that into a word?

## Solution

Some digits of Pi have been replaced by other numbers! In order, translated alpha-numerically, the substituted numbers spell 'Numerology'.

## Hint 1

Simpler than it may seem.

## Hint 2

Remember, every line counts!

## Hint 3

Seven sketches means seven letters.

## Hint 4

"D" seems like a rather square sort of letter.

## Solution

The sketched lines and shapes correspond via number of lines to their numeric equivalents in the alphabet. Left to right, they spell 'Baghdad'.

## Hint 1

These stamps seem rather square...

## Hint 2

They seem to depict some roots as well...

## Hint 3

Square... stamps... depict... roots...

## Hint 4

Three stamps for three digits

## Solution

Each square stamp shows a different kind of root, and a perfect square number. Take the square root of each stamp, and in order from left to right they read '853'.