Following this tip by Kris Borsch:
1:46-1:48 of their new OFFICIAL dance video. Something is put in a frame! It must be a qr code or SOMETHING!
I checked the video, and indeed something seemed to glitch in and out as I watched the video.
By playing the video frame-by-frame, I discovered this single frame scene that caused the glitch at 1:47.
What significance does this scene have? Could it just be an editing glitch? (I doubt this), or could it be a clue to solving some of the 32path rings? Remembering that there were some 32path puzzles where members are all looking in different directions (ie in their dark concept Hokmat ring image), and this scene reminds me of that.
Note also, that the lyrics being sung at the time is: “saengmyeongui namuwie” / “생명의 나무위에” / “On top of the tree of life”.
Let’s get to work fellow Twinkle puzzle hunters and detectives! ^^
– Stellar Twinkles
I have an answer about why it’s 22paths.
A tree of life is composed of 32 paths. the 10 circles are called sephiroths (qliphoths in a tree of death). and Daath sephiroth is like “special”. So that leaves 22paths which are the connections between sephiroths.
so the riddle by TEP: 10 sephiras will open –
those are the circle puzzles that we will solve. then 22path will be opened – those are the “connections”, and they are represented in the final puzzle (Timmereth), “connecting” all the circle puzzle passwords (letters).. so we connect the letters and input the answer in the Timmereth circle which will “then open for Daath”
– Stellar Twinkles
I’ve been looking at the Tipheret ring puzzle, and thinking about the significance of “32path” and the “22path” that appears in the puzzle.
I think path refers to the number of paths from Kether to Malkut, since this was the path traveled in the rising(?) of the Sephiroths. (Refer to updates below).
I think the reduced number “22path” in the puzzle is related to this in some way.
If you look at the coloured circles, each of them match up with a ring on the Sephiroth tree, but with the Daath ring (currently unclickable) and the Malkut ring missing.
I think the 22path refers to the number of paths available with those nodes removed (I’ll need someone to confirm), and I think the “inverse” of that would give us the password… but I’m not sure. (As a side note, I tried “1path” to “33path” and none of them were the passwords, nor was “daathmalkut” or “malkutdaath”). Perhaps someone wants to double check me just in case though…!
Someone might want to recreate the Sephiroth tree in some kind of network diagram (with nodes and relationships) and then calculate the paths from Kether to Malkut to verify my guesses.
I hope those deductions help someone crack the code!
Update 2017.07.03, 12:25am KST – I did a google search of “22 paths sephiroth tree” and “32 paths sephiroth tree”, and 32path refers to “The 32 Paths of Wisdom”, while 22 path refers to “The 22 Paths of the Tree of Life”. Let’s use this to find the solution!
Update 2017.07.03, 12:31am KST – Found this useful information:
The Tree of Life is formed from 32 paths: ten objective paths known as the sefirot and 22 subjective paths that connect pairs of sefirot together. Each path has a number, with paths 1-10 being the sefirot themselves and the remaining paths being numbered 11-32. The Tree of Life is shown above with the subjective paths highlighted. Judaic Kabbalah often employs a Tree with a slight variation in path placements, but esoteric tradition is fairly consistent in presenting the Tree as above.
There is a natural tendency to view the Tree as a series of discrete objects rather than as the unified, undifferentiated whole it actually is, and the paths allow us to begin the process of reintegrating the Tree by exploring the relationships between pairs of sefirot. A thorough understanding of two sefirot and the path between them creates a new unit of understanding that can then be put together with other such units. A solid grasp of the sefirot is required before any path may be usefully meditated upon and followed, and a path is realized through study, visualization, empathy and guided meditation. Thorough knowledge of the sefirot linked by the path and the correspondences of the path itself are an important part of this process.
The 22 paths numbered 11-32 correspond to many things, the most notable of which are the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet and the 22 cards in the Major Arcana of the Tarot. The 10 paths numbered 1-10 (the sefirot) are embodied in the Minor Arcana of the Tarot when the Tree is considered in the Four Worlds. The Tarot and the Kabbalah discusses the relationship between the 78 cards of the Tarot and the Tree of Life, and includes a diagram showing the attributions of the paths.
It is up to serious seekers to explore for themselves the values, characteristics, uses and implications of the paths. Important attributions of all 32 paths are available here: click on the relevant sefirot in the Tree of Life above for details of paths 1-10, and follow any of the links below for information about individual paths from 11-32.
– Stellar Twinkles
Clue #2 was released recently. It shows the album art of Stellar’s songs, likely from a streaming service – look at the little play arrows on the bottom of the album art.
Note that the text simply reads “NETZAH”.
Does this link in with somehow with the 246 clue? 8 album art are shown – do the 2nd, 4th, and 6th albums have any relationship?
– Stellar Twinkles
Hi everyone~ I decided it would be a good idea to collect all known solutions to 32paths here. Needless to say, this page will contain spoilers if you want to solve them yourself. Please put your solutions or working (ie incomplete) solutions as comments on this page, and I will update it as more information is added. You can access this page again from the “Important links” section on the right navigation bar.
I used the initial post by Yaya as the basis for this page.
Joan Guillén has been maintaining a forum topic on the Stellar Official Forum for figuring out the solutions as well. I will copy (with credit) some of what’s been discovered there for convenience, to here, as well. You may find it useful to chat and discuss solutions to the problems over there.
Note that the message below everything says: 10 SEPHIRAH WILL OPEN THEN 22 PATHS ARE OPENED FOR DAATH
When you click on each circle, you have a picture that needs to be resolved.
Kether ring (solved)
The message that we decode with elements below is “Where I come from?”
The 1st ring says “WHERE I COME FROM?” (KETER) and the button to open the path was hidden in the picture of the dark version of the group. The pass word was jeonyul because she was the only one missing the crown. This is what we got, the letter M:
Binah ring (unsolved)
The picture is the white version of the group
Geburah ring (unsolved) – another message to decode “view count more and more” written in white (maybe the white counter of the site ?)
Hod ring (confirmation required)
Miguel Isasmendi saw this information floating around – can anyone confirm?
The Hod notes are [
The 8th is some kind of riddle with the chords of the song(HOD): We have figured out that this is how it goes but we have no clue what it means
Yesod ring (solved)
It’s a game to download and play on OSU to discover the password.
This one have been made by some twinkles cause we found the password which is “victory” and it unlocks that picture :
Malkut ring (solved)
The picture is the subway ad of Stellar
Joan Guillén (src):
The password was hongikuniv, since it’s the name of the subway station. Here’s what we got: The letter M
Tipheret ring (unsolved)
A kind of puzzle with colors
Netzah ring (solved)
A message to decode which is a number “246”
The password is “marionette” (thanks stellartois!) but we don’t have a clear idea of how the clues 256, or the star link to the solution, just that we looked at the albums from Clue #2. This picture is unlocked:
Hesed ring (unsolved)
Same as Geburah, an message to decode written in black “view count more and more” (maybe the dark counter of the site ?)
Hokmat ring (unsolved)
The picture is the dark version of the group
Daath ring (unsolved)
Unclickable for the moment