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Will You Receive The $10,000.00 Grand National Cipher Giveaway? Contest Enters Final Stretch
Contest to solve riddle of the true "Lost Symbol" prepares to wind down with two clues remaining
The contest is based on Horn's new book "Apollyon Rising 2012: The Lost Symbol Found and the Final Mystery of the Great Seal Revealed", which went on sale at http://www.SurvivorMall.com in November and is the #1 selling prophecy book in stores across the nation.
The contest began in earnest in November with the Second Clue being posted on the "secret page" that the First Clue led contestants to. The clues started out easy and have increased in difficulty. A new clue appears every Monday on hidden websites across the internet and elsewhere and are found by solving the preceding clues, as each clue leads to the next one. The first contestant to solve all 11 clues and to call the toll-free number provided in the final clue will be the Grand Prize Winner.
The publisher worked with sponsor http://www.SurvivorMall.com to raise the contest prize of $10,000. The winner will also receive an "enigmatic item" that the publisher is being tight-lipped about. The only thing known about it is from the contest website, where it says, "It is a nearly 200 year-old item ("the item") dated to a pivotal year in American History when a Freemason president opposed a non-Freemason president, who believed Freemasonry would undermine the country."
Two youtube videos providing details of the contest have been downloaded about 80,000 times already.
According to the publisher, "Apollyon Rising 2012: The Lost Symbol Found and the Final Mystery of the Great Seal Revealed contains the deepest secrets of the year 2012 and the greatest conspiracy of all time hidden right out in the open, information undisclosed elsewhere in the 2012 research community." A new 6-hour Audio recording and special website providing what the publisher calls "shocking new information"
For contest rules and information about the Cipher Challenge visit the websites: