Two more notes have surfaced. Here is the first one:
I was provided the following details about the note:
I believe that I have one of the coded notes you've been analyzing. I found it in a library science book last summer, and have been puzzling over it for months (along with the help of computer coders, mathematicians, and other librarians in my program).
The feather is green with painted white lines and dots. The table behind the feather looks like a standard IKEA table.
Note that the code on this note is different than the one on the orange feather note, though on this note the text feathers are coloured green as well.
The second note was discovered by a different individual - here is a scan of the note:
Here are the details I was sent:
This letter was indeed found at DB Weldon on Jan 25, 2013. It was in a book titled "Mind Over Matter" by Barclay (GV1111.B26 1973b, DBW stack, ISBN:9780672518676). Unfortunately I don't know what page it was tucked into since it fell out of the book before I could open. The letter was in a plain white envelop except for some small print on the back that appears to be from TD Bank. The back of the note had a typed link to 000xyz.blog.ca
Earlier I had tweeted that this note came from Taylor, but it turns it is was from Weldon as well and was discovered over a year ago.
This note appears identical to the green jewel note, except the diamond symbols are coloured blue and not green. The vase is even the same.
There are now five notes in total:
- Green leaf, Pillow
- Orange feather, Glass
- Green jewel, Vase
- Green feather, Table
- Blue jewel, Vase
Matt Law pointed out that the exact images appear to be nearly the first thing that appears when you conduct a Google image search for those terms (pillow, glass, vase, table).
I'm not sure we're any closer to solving this, but it's been fun seeing all these notes.