What if we line up the sections of K2? Do we get anything useful?
Question: IT WAS TOTALLY INVISIBLE HOWS THAT POSSIBLE ? Answer: THEY USED THE EARTHS MAGNETIC FIELD X
Unprompted: THE INFORMATION WAS GATHERED AND TRANSMITTED UNDERGRUUND TO AN UNKNOWN LOCATION X
Question: DOES LANGLEY KNOW ABOUT THIS ? Answer: THEY SHOULD ITS BURIED OUT THERE SOMEWHERE X
Question: WHO KNOWS THE EXACT LOCATION ? Answer: ONLY WW THIS WAS HIS LAST MESSAGE X
Unprompted: THIRTY EIGHT DEGREES FIFTY SEVEN MINUTES SIX POINT FIVE SECONDS NORTH SEVENTY SEVEN DEGREES EIGHT MINUTES FORTY FOUR SECONDS WEST X
Unprompted: LAYER TWO
It’s possible that William Webster only got the location, as in – his last message – handed to him in the envelope by Sanborn at the dedication.
Besides the last message, I don’t see much that would help with K3.
It’s pretty decent to say that Layer two means simply to layer two sections or that something is in layer two. It’s a little bit of a stretch however to make the case that it tells you to do two rotations or two different types of transposition. There’s quite a bit of text to K2 so it’s doubtful that we’re supposed to anagram it. It’s possible to say that maybe we line up the sections somehow and can get a message (think of the acrostic poem) but once again we have a lot of text to work with so it’s hard to make a case that we’ll find anything or that we won’t find some random junk that means nothing.
We also need some indication of how we were supposed to find the keywords, is it one method to be applied to every section or is it different for each? If it was me making it or using it, I would want just one method for all of them.