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Fringe Easter Eggs: Glyphs in Night Of Desirable Objects

      Email Post       9/25/2009 12:02:00 AM      


The Glyphs code in the Fringe episode Night Of Desirable Objects spelled out MIRROR, which is a reference to the "magic mirror" used by the shape shifter to communicate with the alternate reality. It could also be a "Through The Looking Glass" reference, like in the Fringe Season 2 poster.

For more information on the Fringe Glyphs, check out Fringepedia's Glyph / Symbols page, which has all the previous glyphs and codes.

6 comments:

ICEMAN said...

Mirror and "Through the Looking Glass" i would presume relate to the type writer and the mirror. How in the mirror u cn see the type writer typing with no one typing at it. a "looking Glass" into another reality or universe

Dennis said...

That makes more sense... duh!

NobodyofGreatImport said...

The letter M glyph is also the MIRROR image of letter N glyph... Mere coincidence? I think not...

Anonymous said...

If it makes any difference the glyphs spelled with their "alternative selves" is NJQQPQ it means nothing but it's just a thought

Capcom said...

How does the mirror play, if at all, in communicating with the other dimension/universe? Tx.

Anonymous said...

Just another totally unrelated thought, anyone else catch the Harry Potter connection. The mirror of Erised? (desire spelled backwards)

 

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