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#112508 - 01/12/03 09:33 PM Please help with "Post Mortem"
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I am having difficulty putting the right amount of each individual chemical element into the lab burner.I know from entering the man's house originally that above each door (as you came in) there were signs at the top of the door.There were four in all.One represented Jupiter,One represented Venus,One represented Saturn,One represented Mars,.I keep studying the formula for the chemicals and how much is supposed to added to the beaker. I think it must be from these four elements I have mentioned earlier.I assumed you use the one spoon for each of these and then squared you would use the 25 spoon one.However,I have tried that.It did not work. I tried it in many many different numerical combinations and none of them worked.Please give me a hint. Thank you,. Michael elikas1@comcast.net <img border="0" alt="woozy" title="" src="graemlins/woozy.gif" /> <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/cry.gif" />
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#112509 - 01/14/03 05:57 PM Re: Please help with "Post Mortem"
Michael Offline
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Hello I'm sorry.I fail to understand this. The four numerical sums are simple to calculate. 34 15 65 175 However the pictures do not seem to bear any relation to the elements within the equation. Sun yes (simple) From what is a picture of a mountain (or a large rock formation I made the assumption-moon I "assumed" what appeared to be the next picture [fire] would be Mars,The "Fiery Planet" Nope that was wrong I then took it to mean Mercury Nope wrong again. What planet does the fire represent? Ok,I did not forget the original sequence of caricatures posted on the doors when I first went into the man's house-They were Jupiter,Venus,Saturn,Mars However I have never seen Jupiter,Venus,Saturn OR Mars ever represented by a picture of the Sun.Ok getting back-Lastly a Lighthouse looking over the Ocean.Well Perhaps Neptune?....God of the Sea? N-O-T. I despise puzzles that try to "trick" people.Can someone please help me? <img border="0" alt="cry" title="" src="graemlins/cry.gif" /> <img border="0" alt="woozy" title="" src="graemlins/woozy.gif" /> This is driving me up the wall
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#112510 - 01/14/03 06:03 PM Re: Please help with "Post Mortem"
Jenny Offline
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Michael, if you want the exact solution, check below: SPOILER
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15 for earth or Jupiter or black powder, 65 for fire or Mars or red powder, 34 for air or Saturn or blue powder and 175 for water or Venus or green powder.
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#112511 - 01/14/03 07:28 PM Re: Please help with "Post Mortem"
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Registered: 12/28/99
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Michael,

I just gave hints at the above post, thinking that you have inspected the alchemy area.

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First, Solve the panel and then since this is the alchemy room, think alchemy, Ok. The pictures does correlate to the 4 elements (don't think planets yet to jump ahead of the puzzle).
Then, Look at the scroll on the table - it has 4 lines that states the correlation of the 4 planets to specific substances found those 4 elements.
You can correlate brimstone to fire to Mars.
Lapiz lazuli is found in earth in the house of Jupiter.
Green coral found in water in the house of Venus.
I admit Mandrake root isn't clear to me but as matter of deduction it should be Air.

Hope this clears up things.
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#112512 - 01/14/03 08:43 PM Re: Please help with "Post Mortem"
MaG Offline
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Michael,

Be sure to check the label of the bottles to be sure that it is the right powder. The black and green powder are dark and might be difficult to distinguish.

Double check that you have the right measuring spoon and the correct number of taking-clicking the powder.

Good luck!
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