Thursday, September 07, 2006

It is Tweleve.org not Twelve.org & "Secrets of the Alchemist Dar" Information

I wondered why I keep getting hits on my blog for people looking for Tweleve.org I just figured it out. Back in May 2005 I blogged about Tweleve.org but in one spot in the body of my blog entry, I mistakenly misspelled the site to say Twelve.org. So anyone who looks up “Twelve.org” on a search engine gets hits to my old misspelled blog entry. Since I did link to the site I hope they found their way to it, even if the route was due to a typo.

So here is the deal. Yes, if the name of the site was the spelling of the number 12 it would be spelled Twelve.org. However due to the way the book “A Treasure’s Trove” was written the founders of the site Tweleve.org decided to name the site Tweleve.org (with the extra letter ‘e’ in the word). There was something in the book about there being an extra ‘e’ so the founders of the site put the extra letter ‘e’ in the site’s title. I don’t remember the specific details, sorry. But I guess that some people then have a hard time finding the site as they don’t know there is an extra ‘e’ in the word.

Tweleve.org originally was created as an online forum (free) to discuss solving the treasure hunting quest of the book “A Treasure’s Trove”.

Now the site has evolved to include other treasure hunting quests.

So anyway the proper name of the site is Tweleve.org and here is the link to it.

All of the treasures for the book "A Treasure's Trove" have been found at this point, so if you want to do some treasure hunting your best bet is to start with the next one!

The next book by Michael Stadther is titled “Secrets of the Alchemist Dar” and it will be released on September 26, 2006. This quest will have over $2,000,000 in treasure to find! Here is the home page to that new treasure hunt and for the new book.

In order to do the treasure hunt you will have to borrow or buy a copy of the book. Given the long number of hours that it takes to solve these treasure hunts it is inevitable that the serious treasure hunter buy a copy of the book (and some people even buy multiple copies!). Plus it is good to have a nice new copy for the children to read (if you have children).



To celebrate the new book, there is a contest to find six rings worth $10,000 each, which began in July 2006. Look here for more information about the online clues to that separate contest.

Happy Treasure Hunting!

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