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[edit] June 15, 10:21am

This is so exciting! The final chapter of the Lost Ring Codex! It's called "La Sesa Ringo" or "The Sixth Ring" -- and it reveals a huge secret. A secret that has been staring right at us from the very beginning! Full English translation below.
This chapter was recovered through an amazing effort by our agonothetia allies in Rio de Janiero. Watch the recovery below!

SO. Deep breath. (I'm really, REALLY excited.)
We've been searching for the lost ring, a sixth ring, created in 1920...
Now we know that the sixth ring has been part of the five rings all along.
The Olympic logo always had a sixth ring hidden right inside of it. We just never knew how to see it.
Eli Hunt passed on a possible solution to the mystery of how to see the sixth ring, someone from team agonothetai USA emailed it to him. I hope it's not revealing too much to share with you... I'm just so excited... the codex says we can unlock the most important clue by "seeing" the sixth ring. Now we know how to see it. But how do we FIND the rings? Let's hope James gets promoted up the Theo ranks soon... fingers crossed!!

Chapter 27: The Sixth Ring
To save the planet, you must find the planet.
We cannot tell you precisely where to look. We can only teach you to see.
When the words become coordinated, the worlds become coordinated.
Eight points of connection create eight short curves, out of which only five belong.
As the rings themselves, you must take one out of every continent, and make a new ring.
But not a perfect circle.
You must recreate instead the form which you see by the Omphalos.
The flattened spheroid.
Only worry about the untouched interiors.
When you find your way through the five rings, you will see ...
How the branching and collapsing of the universes are first
to above not and then to below yes, and then
to below not and then to above yes, and then
to above not and then to below yes, and finally are
to below yes and then to above yes.
... there were always six rings.

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