<1> The hometown refers to a city in Taiwan, Danshui. The subway station right below Danshui Station is a station called 唭哩 岸 (Beitou Qilian Cili-an). The next sentence says: In the village, look for the shore the two will tell you of. In the(其) village(里), look for the shore(岸) the two (口口) will tell you of. So this theory should be right so far. The key is 'Qilian'. Then, At the first twilight, you shall lift up as sacrifice the six chosen by the key At the tenth twilight, the Golden Land is mentioned (黄金&
98;郷). 郷 is usually read as 'Sato' but more rarely as 'kyou'. 京, which means ten quadrillion, is also read as 'kyou'. This 'quadrillion' sounds similar to our secret mansion, Kuwadorian. So sacrifice the six chosen by the key - 'Qilian' - from Quadrillion. -u-dr--l-o- is left.
<2> Then tear apart the those who are close, which means to separate d and r. dOOr, which becomes door. What Ange found in Kumasawa's son's house proves this right - 'This door is opened only at probability of a quadrillion to one' 'Door' and 'quadrillion' both appears in this sentence. (I'm not too sure about the validity of this statement, but the following interpretations are more convincing) Then does this actually mean a real 'door'? Erika mentioned anagrams. Door can be 'rood'. The holy Rood, which means Jesus Christ impaled on the cross. The very first title screen of EP1 shows the chapel, on top of which is a cross with Jesus Christ on it. Thus, the 'rood' obviously indicates the chapel where it is located. Another thing with 'tear apart the those who are close'
65;裂, tear apart, can also mean 'to rive' in English. One can put 'rive' instead of 'OO' between d and r. Then it becomes d rive r, driver. One can gouge with a driver, right? The 'driver' may mean the Seven Stakes of Purgatory (they are quite similar in appearance, no?) In EP3, 2 out of 7 stakes do not appear. This may be because two were used, one each for Eva and Rosa. Mammon also said in EP4, 'Then it is only I, not the Seven Sisters!' (Do not remember this part, so translation may again be incorrect) This may be because Mammon was used as a 'driver' instead of a stake. Back to '-u-dr--l-o-'. This can form Lord U, Lord Ushiromiya, the honorable name. One can read Ushiromiya(&
75;ろみや) not as (右代宮) but (後ろ見や). Now this is incorrect, but if one takes from each and reads as 後ろ宮, this means 'behind the shrine'. Shrine also indicates the chapel. Supporting this theory: Maria, in EP2, interprets English written on the chapel (sneering at Battler). The English is suspiciously similar to what Ange found at Kumasawa's son's house. So the way to Kuwadorian is at the chapel. More specifically, the 'door' is the chapel door.
<4> But the chapel door can be opened with a key. We should be looking for the chapel that cannot be opened (mentioned by Genji in EP2, this author says), Kuwadorian. So how do we 'open' the door? Erika says in EP5, "As expected, ......gouging, meant that. Again, my reasoning was correct." (Another random translation by me, as EP5 translation isn't out yet) Now here, Lord U, the 4~8th twilights, and driver are used. It goes like this. L At the fourth twilight, gouge the head and kill. O At the fifth twilight, gouge the chest and kill. R At the sixth twilight, gouge the belly and kill. D At the seventh twilight, gouge the knee and kill. U At the eighth twilight, gouge the leg and kill. <5> Left O Right Down Up or Up Left O Right Down O is the keyhole of the chapel door. Push that driver in, according to the epitaph. The 4~8th twilights remind one of a person's body. A person has one head, one chest, one belly, two knees, and two legs. Left O O ------- Right │ Down ↙ ↘ Up │ │ Ladies and gentlemen, we have a body. So according to LORD U, we should go Left, O, Right, Down, Down, Up, Up, with the driver. Thus, the door to Kuwadorian opens.
<6> In EP5, right after Battler completes the eight twilight, he sees Kinzo's ghost. Then Erika looks at where he's glancing at and says, "Is it that way?" or something similar. This means that nothing special immediately happens after completing the eight twilight. This is mentioned in the game itself. There are no special locked rooms in the chapel, said Beato in red. So what we've done with LORD U must open a door elsewhere, like that well in EP4 where Kanon died. Knox article 8. There cannot be solutions with unpresented evidence. When Battler went to that well in EP4, it was covered with a steel lid and would not open. This may be a clue. Remember that 後ろ宮 from before. This means 'behind the chapel'. Erika probably intended to go behind the chapel. But Battler, who saw the ghost of Kinzo, steered a little astray and went 'behind the Ushiromiya mansion', where the well was (In EP4, Krauss says the well is behind the Ushiromiya mansion') Anyway, in EP4, Kyrie and others climbed out the well quite easily. The well may have a ladder or may not be that deep. So, if the 'driver' lets the steel lid be opened, one may go to Kuwadorian quite easily. And to that enormous mountain of gold.
<7> But the epitaph isn't over yet. Midnight, in English, is often called the 'witching hour'. And midnight is often associated with the hour 0. In EP1, when it became midnight (hour 0, witching hour), Beatrice's butterflies appeared. This signifies game over. At the ninth twilight, the Witch shall live again and none shall be left to live. Then the 'witching hour' - when the Witch shall live aagain - is probably hour 0. Let's go one step further and think witch = 0. (The author goes on to explain the 'One shall be' parts, but I think this part is quite self-explanatory) Let's examine Sleep peacefully, my most beloved witch, Beatrice. Let's replace witch with 0, as we theorized that witch=0 before. (Now in this English translation, it says 'my MOST beloved witch, Beatrice', but the author translated this part into 'my beloved witch, Beatrice') My beloved witch, Beatrice becomes My beloved 0, Beatrice MB0B flip this, and as an anagram we have
<8> BOMB So, my beloved witch Beatrice is BOMB. Perhaps Eva-Beatrice attacking Beatrice's heart with the Siestas may be in reality Eva trying to dismantle the bomb. More importantly, in the EP4 tea party, Beatrice did not refute the 'small bombs theory' with the red. Perhaps this is related to 'what Beato hid till the end' that Lambdadelta mentioned. But this is no small bomb - this must be a bomb that can blow up an extremely large area, buildings and lands and all.