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Language of Light

Logic Grid puzzles come with a handy interactive grid that will help you solve the puzzle based on the given clues.

 

Puzzle ID:#27090
Fun:*** (2.8)
Difficulty:*** (2.7)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:Splatt*cc****

 

 

 



The Language of Light represents concepts that are all helpful in personal growth. Each concept a.k.a. vibration or tone, is the middle path between two polarities. (Ex. Polarities Greed and Poverty combine to make Language of Light tone Abundance)

There are many life forms in the natural world that hold vibrations of specific tones. Determine which flower, herb, and mineral holds the vibration of the first five tones (Forgiveness, Structure, Power, Compassion, Breath of Life), as well as which color is used to paint each tone.

Flowers: Lavender flower, Snap Dragon, Gardenia, Tulip, Poppy
Herbs: Feverfew, Chamomile, Ginger,Saw Palmetto, Echinacea Purpurea
Minerals: Amethyst, Rhodochrosite, Yellow Calcite, Aventurine, Amber
Colors: Pink, Lavender, Peach, Turquoise, Yellow


1. Forgiveness is not held by calcite or tulip. Rhodochrosite is not associated with feverfew, saw palmetto or snap dragon, however it is associated with pink.
2. Of aventurine, amber and amethyst, one associates with saw palmetto, and another holds the vibration of compassion.
3. Saw palmetto holds the same vibration as the lavender flower. Power is painted with peach color.
4. Structure is held either by snap dragon or saw palmetto. Lavender flower holds the vibration of the same tone as the lavender color, and yellow calcite holds the vibration of the same tone as the yellow color.
5. Of the five, there is the one painted with turquoise, the one you drink ginger tea for, the one with gardenia flower, the one with yellow calcite, and the structure tone.
6. Amber is associated with poppy, tulip is associated with feverfew.
7. A soothing chamomile tea would be appropriate while holding aventurine but not while sniffing tulip.
8. If working on Power, communing with amber would work, but not drinking Echinacea tea.

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Answer

(If you know your minerals, the correct colors match the stones.)
Forgiveness, Rhodochrosite, Gardenia, Echinacea Purpurea, Pink
Structure, Amethyst, Lavender, Saw Palmetto, Lavender
Power, Amber, Poppy, Ginger, Peach
Compassion, Aventurine, Snap Dragon, Chamomile, Turquoise
Breath of Life, Yellow Calcite, Tulip, Feverfew, Yellow

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Comments

chaskey*us*
Nov 22, 2005

I enjoyed the strange lighting but it took me a long time to make those wavelengths vibrate in concert. Perhaps the old bulb is dimming.
DaveC**
Nov 22, 2005

Good Puzzle. Not too hard not too easy. Interesting!
dragon-B*bz*
Nov 22, 2005

Blessed Be
wizkid**
Nov 23, 2005

Mind boggling. Great teaser and clues. The hint gave me the little boost that I needed.
wolfmanh**
Nov 24, 2005

Clever teaser, liked it didn't get it all though
Splatt*cc*
Nov 25, 2005

You can do it! Try again!

When you're stumped, go through your grid and find places that say two things can't go together . That will help you cancel out more things. In various parts it will also say two things CAN go together and you can do a whole line of something immediately.
mejoza*us*
Nov 25, 2005

Pretty easy, other than the fact that the content is unfamiliar. If I ever need to hold a rock, sniff a flower, and drink a tea at the same time, I'll let you know.
irishthistleAus*
Nov 25, 2005

I really like this one. Very well written, and fun to do. Great teaser, this one is going on my favorites list.
Splatt*cc*
Nov 26, 2005

Mejoza, that's funny. Yep, that is part of my intent, to create something different than "Jane wore a red shirt and Billy wore a blue shirt".

I have three more associated that are in the works.

Do you all want them harder or easier?

Thanks irishthistle! I appreciate the compliment.
orbrab*no*
Nov 26, 2005

Make them as hard as you can, please
Winner4600*
Nov 30, 2005

HARDER, Splatt!!!!! I loved this one, though!
KatV*us*
Dec 05, 2005

I thought this one was hard...it was fun, and I didn't get it all right, but I was close!!!
bookwyrm1216Aus*
Dec 09, 2005

Absolutely loved it! A hard teaser that is actually very entertaining. Keep them coming!
miyukina*
Dec 14, 2005

easily fun! but i think it could hold just fine without clue#5...
Splatt*cc*
Dec 23, 2005

The problem is, if it's too hard, the editors reject it and say it's unsolvable with the clues given. I've had a good teaser rejected twice. I spent oodles of time on it and I think it's good, but I give up.
WJSMama**
Jan 02, 2006

That was fantastic! It made it really interesting with unfamiliar things.
bashbach*
Jan 28, 2006

Well done. I'm going crazy trying to solve it. I'll try again some other time. Its making me insane!!! This is the first one I cannot figure out. The language is all new to me, so I don't think that helps. I still like a challenge though. Hopefully I'll get it the next time I try.
PineappleMamaAus*
Mar 13, 2006

Great Teaser - as usual! Had to go slow, and pay attention, but I got it!!
jenb2144*ca*
Apr 07, 2006

Great teaser. It was a little hard, but I got it after some time. The content was unfamiliar but I think that's what made it so challenging. I'm impressed though.
dreamlvr1432Aus*
Oct 29, 2007

Awesome Teaser! Makes me want to dig out my books and study correspondances again. Just FYI, you didn't need the last clue. I'll be looking for the others.
willieslim*
Mar 04, 2008

Whoa... toughie... but a goodie
ObilioAus*
Oct 11, 2013

I was wondering if tougher teasers were getting rejected.. hmm. In logic magazines, as I'm sure you know, this would be considered easy-to-medium. Medium, or (magazine) 3 star (they go to 5) or any of the Brit. Logic Mag. puzzles are the most fun, imo, sounds like in yours as well! Thanks!



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