WaveFunction.Spartan.10.v1.1.0.Cracked-EAT Crack UPDATED

WaveFunction.Spartan.10.v1.1.0.Cracked-EAT Crack

eat – strange artwork theory: in the original eat crack, this was interpreted as 7 reference points, a through g, in the top or bottom half of the image, which were meant to represent the 7 planets. and then, in the second half of the code, we interpret the value, 6, as indicating that we are looking at jupiter.

this can be interpreted as “something” being located in the top half of the image, or “a thing” being in the bottom half.

for a visual representation, just look at the top half of the image, and rotate it 90 degrees counter-clockwise, and the bottom half of the image, clockwise.

both halves of the image will now be of equal size. if the top half of the image is larger than the bottom, then we are looking at the top half of the image. if the bottom is larger, then we are looking at the bottom half of the image.

then, we count from left to right in the top half of the image, and left to right in the bottom half, starting at a.

this is where we interpret a=0=ascending node.

in the top half of the image, this would be at a. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at z.

then, we count from top to bottom in the top half of the image, and top to bottom in the bottom half, starting at a. this is where we interpret a=1. in the top half of the image, this would be at c. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at n.

then, we count from left to right in the top half of the image, and left to right in the bottom half, starting at c. this is where we interpret a=2. in the top half of the image, this would be at e. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at q.

then, we count from top to bottom in the top half of the image, and top to bottom in the bottom half, starting at e. this is where we interpret a=3. in the top half of the image, this would be at g. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at p.

then, we count from left to right in the top half of the image, and left to right in the bottom half, starting at g. this is where we interpret a=4. in the top half of the image, this would be at f. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at o.

then, we count from top to bottom in the top half of the image, and top to bottom in the bottom half, starting at f. this is where we interpret a=5. in the top half of the image, this would be at d. in the bottom half of the image, this would be at m.

then, we count from left to right in the top half of the image, and left to right in the bottom half, starting at d. this is where we interpret a=6.

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