In 1936, Edward Leedskalnin, the creator of Coral Castle, released a small book, titled A Book in Every Home.
These high quality scans of the front cover are provided for anyone hoping to decode the secrets of this book.
If you examine the cover closely, you will notice Ed standing there, holding another book with the same title.
This small book within his hands represents the ‘real information’ in the book, specifically that which can be decoded. It is the contents of this small book that we are really after – the reason why A Book in Every Home exists at all.
When I say decoded, I mean a real numerical algorithm performed on the main complete text of the book itself.
The encoded text, when decoded, is much shorter than the input text, thus validating the apparent size of the real cover, compared to this small book cover,
The process by why the text can be decoded is itself symbolized by all of the elements on the cover, and thus the small book ‘destination’ is included as the result of this symbolic pathway.