INTEL TODAY — “Who Am I?” [Instagram Game]

“Would you know my name
If I saw you in heaven?
Would it be the same
If I saw you in heaven?
I must be strong and carry on
‘Cause I know I don’t belong here in heaven”

Tears In Heaven lyrics — Eric Patrick Clapton & Will Jennings  

Intel Today Instagram Puzzle N°1

June 5 2020 — As the 4th anniversary of our blog is coming soon, I decided to open an Instagram account where I will post, once in a while, a puzzling picture for the readers to identify. Follow us on TWITTER: @INTEL_TODAY

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First thing first. Here is the address of the Intel Today Instagram page.

Next, let me help you a bit to identify the mysterious object of our very first puzzle!

The world’s most expensive painting to sell at auction is Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi, which sold for $450.3 million on November 15, 2017 at Christie’s.

Salvator Mundi (circa 1490–1500) was long mistaken for a copy. Years of research pieced together its story, finally enabling its attribution to Leonardo da Vinci.

Jerry Chun Shing Lee (Right in blue tie) standing in front of “Salvator Mundi” painting, attributed to Leonardo da Vinci (April 15 1452 – May 2 1519). The painting has not been seen in public since its sale for US $450.3 million (€401 million) at auction house Christie’s in New York in November 2017.

Just a clue!

A painting from Leonardo da Vinci, Pablo Picasso, or Amedeo Modigliani will cost you quite a bit of money. But that is nothing compared to our mysterious pic!

This tiny fragment of a circuit board ended up costing Libya more than US$20 billion in lost revenue during the 1990’s.

This odd-looking ‘thing’ was long mistaken for a genuine piece of evidence in the most expensive trial in history.

After years of research, I have finally pieced together its story.

Today, we KNOW that our “Puzzle Object” is the most expensive forgery in history!

So, can you tell “Who Am I?” and “What Is My Name?”

The answer will be provided in my new series: “Lockerbie — Three Decades of Lies: J’Accuse…!” on June 29 2020.

PS — Pr. Robert Black and Dr. Jim Swire are not allowed to play this contest. But the CIA and the FBI folks are very welcome!

Eric Clapton – Tears In Heaven


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INTEL TODAY — “Who Am I?” [Instagram Game]

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1 Response to INTEL TODAY — “Who Am I?” [Instagram Game]

  1. Frederic W. Whitehurst says:

    When Justice Fails, Violence Prevails


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