I’ve found a couple of these, let me know when you solve them.
Aha! Here is another one… but also this?
You got it! One more of each.
Ohhhh, I see it now. The pattern reveals itself.
(they are listening)
You are getting at this, keep it up.
Catalogue Entry Alpha
Now we’re getting somewhere.
Nice, I wouldn’t have guessed that.
Ha! See that?! They ARE trying to communicate with us! Holy cow.
They’re… they’re trying to communicate with us.
This is, I dunno, historic or something. Wow.
So now we just need to…….. figure out… how any of this… goes… together? Urgh.
And here I was hoping we’d decipher it and get a message like “hey island what’s up?”
But no fear! The Hot Saucers are on the case. Right?
Okay, phew, still no war declaration, right? I’m seeing a map. Usually those… aren’t involved in war declarations. Unless they’re telling us… where the war.. is starting. But it can’t be that, right? Nahhhhhh.
I bet they just want us to take them to our leader or whatever.
Or maybe they want to take US to THEIR leader.
I mean, that’s why a map, right?
Gotta be. It really all just comes down to leadership.
Lima Mike Foxtrot Alfa Oscar
Whoa. I know that, like, we’ve been talking this whole time about the aliens talking to us…
but getting our first real confirmation?
Like the first real communication mano-a-space-mano? This is kind of freaking me out.
Okay I think that’s all we have for now.
Which is… fine. Because I sort of need a minute to process everything that’s happened today.
Let’s meet back here tomorrow at 4pm UTC and we’ll go over the rest.
I’ll let you convert that time for wherever you live.
By the way, these were scattered in the stuff we found. I don’t think there’s anything we can do with them yet, but they still seemed important, thought you should have them.
HA! Nice! How crazy is it that we’re the ones deciphering this?
I bet you there are people all over the island banging their heads against a monitor trying to get as far as we’ve gotten!
I’m getting a whole lot of “math” from what I’m looking at now.
And I’m afraid “Mari” and “Math” do not go together so well.