Clue 1


Hmmm, two sets of numbers. They must relate somehow.




Clue 2


Coordinates, perhaps? But to where?




Solution


Using the two sets of numbers to count lines down and letters in, you get the word Albatross.




Clue 3


What else is on this card?




Clue 4


Can you map coordinates in the words?





Clue 1


Looks like a classic cipher type.




Clue 2


A cipher that references an outside text.




Solution


The numbers are an Arnold Cipher referencing the list of names on the left side of the card. The numbers go "Number down on the list, which name, and which letter in that name." Translated, it will give you the name Annette Ivy.




Clue 3


Or an inside text, I suppose.




Clue 4


If you have some kind of text or list to reference.




Clue 5


Maybe some names.





Clue 1


Hmmm, two sets of numbers. They must relate somehow.




Clue 2


Coordinates, perhaps? But to where?




Solution


Using the two sets of numbers to count lines down and letters in, you get the word Albatross.




Clue 3


What else is on this card?




Clue 4


Can you map coordinates in the words?





Clue 1


There's a lot going on here between the stamps and the writing. Can you tie it all together?




Clue 2


First you'll want to translate the word.




Solution


The goddess of the hunt and the moon is Artemis.




Clue 3


Then can you pair it with the stamps?




Clue 4


The word is 'God', so what God could these stamps reference?





Clue 1


Looks like a classic cipher type.




Clue 2


A cipher that references an outside text.




Solution


The numbers are an Arnold Cipher referencing the list of names on the left side of the card. The numbers go "Number down on the list, which name, and which letter in that name." Translated, it will give you the name Annette Ivy.




Clue 3


Or an inside text, I suppose.




Clue 4


If you have some kind of text or list to reference.




Clue 5


Maybe some names.





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