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|File/Clue Name||Key Concepts||Information from File/Clue||Date Presented|
|Shards - no official name||Conversation between the 3 ex-scientist of the Niantic project||Schubert , Nagassa and Lightman discuss the Jarvis shards, Dark XM and ancient Egypt||12 November 2013|
|Jormungandr||A post by Yuri||Yuri talks about Jörmungandr, Wunderwaffe and the Anazktec||9 December 2013|
|Into the mountains||Yuri tells a Anazktec story about death and life of a leader||15 January 2014|
|I and You Glyphs||More glyphs from Dr. Lightman||18 January 2014|
|Forever||What is Ilya Pevtsov planning?||29 January 2014|
|Nothing left to Buy||Visur seeks to change the structure of human existence.||An English translation of the conversation between Ilya and Nagassa||8 February 2014|
|Songlines 1||The wise men look to the past to understand the present. Part 1 of 2||Lightman and Nagassa analyzed Hank Johnson's thesis on 13Magnus regarding the allegorical nature of myths.||16 February 2014|
|Songlines 2||The second page of the conversation||Lightman and Nagassa conclude that Hank Johnson is following the path of Alexander the Great in his search for the Artifacts.||17 February 2014|
He did not study with the Anaztec or the Nazteka, he was born with them. His father was a Soviet Scientist. Working on Astro Espionage. They build an observatory high in the Andes either to spy on U.S. satellites or to gain astrological insight (there are different stories on this), and Yuri was raised there.
I imagine that it would be like having your father be a lighthouse keeper.
Anyway, there was an un-contacted tribe nearby. Yuri played with the children of the tribe, and learned from them. Here's what is interesting; they are believed to be the last of a dying tribe that was killed with the Shaper self-destruct code – a cycle that began with the Cahokians. My suspicion is that Lightman's skill at interpreting Glyphs came from Yuri.
On the 19th of February Yuri posted this
"In the standard explanation, two entangled particles are sent to the labs of physicists named Alice and Bob. When Alice performs a measurement on her entangled particle, the fate of Bob’s particle is sealed. So if Alice tells Bob the result of her measurement, he instantly knows what the result would be of measuring his particle. He doesn’t need to bother doing the actual measurement." A thought experiment: What if we are observing the order of events wrong? What if Alice's observation was determined by Bob's particle?
Sending an email to Yuri at firstname.lastname@example.org you get the following auto-reply
Have been recruited to participate in a prestigious public think tank, and I'll be away for a while. Sorry for any inconvenience.