The Wheel of the Year -  February 27th Mystery Item Game (1438 views) Notify me whenever anyone posts in this discussion.Subscribe
 
From: SiFan DelphiPlus Member IconFeb-27 2:28 AM 
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The object of the game is to identify the Mystery Item. How you do it-- psy abilities, such as remote viewing, deductions from postings, ..., or some combination of skills--
is up to you.

Early this morning, about 30 minutes after midnight, I went out to the back patio and placed the Mystery Item.

The patio is enclosed with a south door to the back yard. The item is placed on a wooden ledge or sill along the windows in the south side of the room. (The sill top is almost 4 feet above floor level.)





Above is a picture showing the area. The Mystery Item is set about 9 inches to the left of the froggy planter, just past trailing leaves of the aloe plant.

The item is
small; roughly the size of a coughdrop or coat button. It's easily held and concealed in one hand. For a good view, within 3 feet should be close enough.

So, what can you tell me about the item? Even better, can you say what it IS?!

 
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From: Pegasus (VE5CAP)Feb-27 7:34 AM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (2 of 119) 
 6894.2 in reply to 6894.1 

It's a small bobbin of thread, the kind you use in a sewing machine.

 

 
From: Wibby (Wibby1951)Feb-27 10:41 PM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (3 of 119) 
 6894.3 in reply to 6894.2 

Hi Si---The MI is a Texas lapel pin.--Wibbysmile

 

 
From: LielqaFeb-27 11:13 PM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (4 of 119) 
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The item is an apache tear.

 

 
From: SiFan DelphiPlus Member IconFeb-28 1:08 AM 
To: Pegasus (VE5CAP)  (5 of 119) 
 6894.5 in reply to 6894.2 
It's a small bobbin of thread, the kind you use in a sewing machine.

For sure, that would make a good Mystery Item, Pegasus! But, the item isn't a sewing machine bobbin or other spool of thread.
 

 
From: SiFan DelphiPlus Member IconFeb-28 1:43 AM 
To: Wibby (Wibby1951)  (6 of 119) 
 6894.6 in reply to 6894.3 

Hi Si---The MI is a Texas lapel pin.--Wibbysmile


Alas, Wib, the item is not a Texas lapel pin or other small pin.


 

 
From: SiFan DelphiPlus Member IconFeb-28 2:27 AM 
To: Lielqa  (7 of 119) 
 6894.7 in reply to 6894.4 
The item is an apache tear.

Actually did consider one of those, Lielqa! However, no; the item is not an apache tear or other stone or crystal.
 

 
From: scutecroneFeb-28 3:12 AM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (8 of 119) 
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It's a tiny elf or fairy - for a fairy garden.

 

 

 

 

 
From: Wibby (Wibby1951)Feb-28 8:56 PM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (9 of 119) 
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Hi Si the MI is a coat button--WibbigSmile

 

 
From: LielqaMar-1 12:43 AM 
To: SiFan DelphiPlus Member Icon  (10 of 119) 
 6894.10 in reply to 6894.7 

The item is a plastic baby from a King Cake.

 

 
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