Zodiac's symbol can be used as a measurement tool

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By Eduard (Eduard) (ip503dbace.speed.planet.nl - on Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 06:10 am:

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By Alan Cabal (Alan_Cabal) (user-uive8c3.dsl.mindspring.com - on Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 08:59 am:

That's an interesting and provocative hypothesis. I doubt it has any relevance to the case at hand, but it is intriguing as historical theory.

By Howard Davis (Howard) (pool1211.cvx12-bradley.dialup.earthlink.net - on Sunday, January 11, 2004 - 11:13 pm:

At the end of Zodiacs 11/9/69 letter he gives a hint,using X's(which appear around the circle,but somewhat as faint marks-or future victims(!) on the right half)on his cross/circle logo.
Dave Peterson discovered the solution and allowed me to publish it in my book.
By following the marks or X's,which are Zodiacs homicide dates, we find it has 12 sections just like the Zodiac itself.The first X's line out at the middle/bottom of the circle, which is Sagattarius or 11/23-12/21.This is the Lake Herman attack 12/20/68.
The next X going up the left side is Scorpio, which is 10/24-11/22,so this is the 10/11/69 attack.
The next X is (the third X)on the Libra sector, which is 9/24-10/23.This is the 9/27/69 murder.
The next X represents those two unconfirmed victims Z claimed for August '69 or the Virgo sector, which is 8/24-9/23.
Next is Leo 7/24-8/23 and then Cancer which is 6/22/-7/23 or the BRS attack.
Next is Gemini and then right down to Capricorn at the bottom-fifth small mark.
Yes,it looks like the Celtic cross(and astrologer Alan Okens own design or version of Part of Fortune which he used in lectures,etc. before publishing it in '72),but Z was a person who used double meanings at times.
Dave cracked it because he studied astrology and was a thinker.

By Peter_H (Peter_H) (pool-68-160-6-128.bos.east.verizon.net - on Monday, January 12, 2004 - 08:13 am:

Alan: that shouldn't be any imepediment to diverting our full and immediate attention to this important discovery. It may be irrelevant, but its scientifically bogus.