Between them, there would be only two intervals if they were aligned.
But this would be a too easy game!
Now that you have undone all the yarns,
Doubt is the last torment that will be inflicted to you.
Because it is the rule of this cruel game:
Alone, you have to find where to land your shovel.
Show your respect for Mother Nature,
And before getting away, close its injury.
Solvability: This final clue talks about unearthing the buried owl, there’s plenty to do before attempting to solve this enigma.
This clue is mostly a mystery because it refers to the final stage of the treasure hunt, when the location of the treasure has been discovered. It seems to connect closely to the previous clue, the 650.
There is probably little point working on this final enigma until all the previous clues are understood.
There seems to be little additional information in this clue’s visual, it symbolically reflects digging a hole to unearth the owl. The light shining from the hole links to the light theme in previous clues.
Points to consider
The title refers to the planet Earth. Is this some kind of link to the planet clues of the 420 enigma?
‘Between them there would be two intervals’ must be referring to objects that could be aligned, but what are they? Perhaps lines or shapes on the map, or the mysterious Sentinals?
The line about ‘undoing yarns’ may refer to a tangle of string-like lines drawn on a map.
The ‘rule’ of this ‘cruel’ game could refer to measurement and angles. In French this is, ‘Car c’est la règle de cette partie cruelle.’ la règle can mean ruler, and cruelle suggests a sharp angle.
‘Alone’ you must land your shovel has an interesting choice of word, why ‘Alone?’ Does this mean one?
Why refer to Mother Nature? Or ‘Dame Nature’ and her injury? Is this simply a flowery way to suggest digging a hole or does it mean something more?
Little is understood about this final enigma, there are few theories about this puzzle – the other clues must be worked out first.