In a classically Kryptos, yet still interesting reversal, I’ve come to a reversed perspective of what I just proposed.  I’ve had a paradigm shift in regards to the mechanics of the Kryptos installation.

Thanks where it’s due to TitusGroan, again!  It may not be what you had in mind but it’s funny how even the briefest willingness to openly mention an idea about Kryptos can re-invigorate others.

Go to Google Maps and input 38° 57′ 6.5″ N 77° 8′ 44″ W.  This will take you quickly to the CIA building and if you zoom in, you can see that they have several garden areas.  You may have the initial thought I did, oh crap, maybe he put some stuff in the other courtyards.  Now go watch the Kryptosinfo Maquette video for Sanborn’s model of Kryptos if you haven’t already.  This will reassure us that he was only focused on the entrance and the courtyard we all know and love.

TitusGroan suggested that K2 may point to the Morse code and from there to a K4 solution.  I say take it way, way further.  The copperplate is a stand-alone piece, practically.  Each layer can be solved, great, but then what?  Where is the application of that knowledge, what are you supposed to do with it?  Here is my brand new, never ever suggested that I’m aware of, really proud of it, think it’s great, idea that could change how we look at Kryptos comes in.  The final puzzle is in the Morse code and the Copperplate text gives the set of directions to solving it.  It won’t give a solution to K4, we need the K4 solution to solve it.  I even found the apex of the pyramid:

The Morse code is what lies beyond K4.

Kryptosfan

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