The Quest List

The Game : The Quest List

Why didn’t the Genius before tell us about The Story Code or The Game?

Because they were building the Puzzle. You can’t know what you are looking at until you have finished it and solved it. Only then, when you see “The Entire Puzzle” and have solved the Riddle at the end can you know what it is you really are looking at to name it and communicate it to others.

Which is how I know that I’m the first. Douglas Adams was next to last. 


Forwards or Backwards? Now is the time for you to decide. Do you wish to pursue the List from the top down or from the bottom up? The Choice is yours. 


If you choose Forwards, click here. 

If you choose Backwards, click here. 



The Game is a Scavenger Hunt for clues hidden within each Story. Each clue is a Piece to a Finished Puzzle. 

The Finished Puzzle reveals a question. 

The question leads you to a Riddle. 

The Answer to the Riddle answers the Question. 

The pursuit of the clues is The Pilgrim’s Journey.

The purpose of The Quest List is to provide you with a Usable Platform where you can apply the lessons, 12 Ethics, and skills you learn to train you to use them in Real Life. 

Every challenge, assignment, task, and quest is designed to train your Subconscious Mind to heal, grow, expand, and work with you along your Pilgrim’s Journey. Ultimately, this is a Healing Journey that evolves into a Remembering that becomes a Discovery of The Self the deeper you descend into The Levels of Consciousness.

Book or Movie?

The Choice is yours. You must choose. Choose wisely. The “right” choice will make the Journey easier for you. Remember, the first 3 Clues are Free.

This Quest List (below) contains every movie, book, or story that was a milestone in The Game when I played it. The Quest List is not everything I had along my journey that spanned 40 years, but it contains the most important pieces that I did use to compose The Finished Puzzle. 

Building Your Own List

You will reach a point, where you will stray off-list and you will start to see The Game in other movies, books, and stories not on My Quest List. This is good. This is encouraged. This is the first sign that you are becoming free. At this point, you will be able to fight against the Virus. When this happens, Contact me here, and let me know when you start to see it in other stories.

Your submission will allow me to update The Quest List so we all can build on what all of us before me have built.

It’s not just in Stories. it’s also in our subjects of study. It’s in our Music. Our Art. Our Science. Our Math. Our Physics. This is why you had to study all that stuff in school. You were supposed to be looking for The Story Code hidden there.

Every Subject of Study *is* a piece of the Puzzle. The Subjects were never meant to be separate. They were pieces intended to be integrated into a Greater Whole. We cover this during your Pilgrimage.

The Key Line Clue

Within each story, there is a single line that is a piece to The Finished Puzzle. Choose the right line from every story, and you will be one step closer to completing The Finished Puzzle. 

Follow the lines without the work, and the lines will literally mean nothing. It is the Pilgrimage that gives depth and meaning to the lines. Without the 12 Ethics learned during the Pilgrimage, the lines will not mean the same thing. It is the 12 Ethics that is Key to your Pilgrimage. The Key Line Clues and The Game just make it fun and gives you a place for Practical Application so you can Integrate the 12 Ethics in practice so you can better apply them in The Material Plane. 

As Pilgrims unlock the lines, the lines will be made available in the Newsletter. Whether you check the lines or not is up to you. 

Submit your Key Lines here.

The lines that you choose that are not “the right line” are still very relevant to you in your quest. Use them. You will need them for yourself. 

The Instructions to The Quest List

Go through the list. Start at the beginning. Go in order. Choose the books or the movies or both. If you have already seen the movie or read the book, then it is up to you if you want to revisit it. I recommend it because you will be scouting with an Open Mind for Key Line Clues. Keep your notebook on hand when reading or watching and note the lines you think may be “The Key Line.”

Open your Mind and look for “The Key Line Clue.”

I recommend watching the movie/reading the book with a pen and notebook. After the movie/book look through the lines that “stood out” to you. 

Which one feels like the right answer to you?

Submit your answers in the form below. When I receive the “Right” Key Line Clue, I release the corresponding Movie/Book in the Newsletter. Every Key Line Clue gets you closer to the “Check Point” in your Pilgrimage, which provides you with the next Clue, Ladle of Water, and Respite and also unlocks the next Milestone.

Be Aware

Some stories depict “The Beginning” of the Pilgrimage. Some stories depict “The Middle” of the Pilgrimage. Others depict “The End.” Some stories highlight a specific, Ethical Trial with clues on how to overcome the Trial. Some stories depict the entire Pilgrimage. 

It is up to you to determine what is being depicted.   



  1. Bohemian Rhapsody
  2. The Princess Bride
  3. Free Guy
  4. Up
  5. Hancock (Will Smith)
  6. The Fifth Element
  7. Friends
  8. The Empire Strikes Back
  9. You’re The Worst
  10. Twilight
  11. The Many Husbands of River Song
  12. The Return of the King
  13. Never Ending Story
  14. The Wizard of Oz

“This is where I must leave you… Either you get it. Or you don’t.”

  1. “Mimir’s Song”
  2. The Lego Movie
  3. Are you my mummy?
  4. Romeo and Juliet “All Are Punished”
  5. Hamlet 2
  6. Frankenstein
  7. “Spoilers.”
  8. Hancock (Will Smith)
  9. The Ones Who Lived
  10. Back To The Future
  11. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension
  12. Free Guy
  13. The Game
  14. Ready Player One

“I never was able to connect to others in real life. I was afraid right up until the day I died.” – Halliday 

“Imagination is Real too.” – Anna Imagination

  1. Douglas Adams
  2. “The Angels Have The Phone Box.”
  3. The Face of Bo
  4. The Truman Show
  5. Modern Times
  6. Pirates curses and blood to be repaid
  7. Soylent Green
  8. “Some Pig”
  9. Frindle
  10. The Big Bang
  11. The Pandorica Opens
  12. Infinity Wars
  13. Heaven Sent
  14. Bad Wolf
  15. Dr. Strange
  16. Brave Heart
  17. The Rings of Akhaten
  18. Fantasia 2
  19. Ferngully
  20. Moana
  21. The Two Towers
  22. Stranger Things
  23. “The stolen molar”
  24. Frozen 2
  25. The Lego Movie
  26. Harry Potter
  27. Spartacus
  28. Lawrence of Arabia
  29. 2001: Space Odyssey
  30. Thus Spoke Zarathustra
  31. Castaway

Here you have a choice… skip the rest of the movies and just watch all of One Piece from start to finish. Remember the 3rd Ethic.

  1. The Matrix or Goonies +> One Piece
  2. Brave New World
  3. Atlas Shrugged “Who is John Galt?”
  4. Locutus
  5. “For Amy”
  6. “I feel electricity”
  7. Gulliver’s Travels
  8. Alice In Wonderland
  9. Not Nice Gazipura
  10. 6 Pillars of Self-Esteem Nathaniel Brandon 
  11. 7 Habits for Highly Effective People
  12. Good Will Hunting
  13. Carousel
  14. Spartacus
  15. Lawrence of Arabia
  16. Breaking Delusion
  17. Les Miserables
  18. Pirates of the Caribbean 2
  19. August Rush
  20. Split
  21. The United States of Tara
  22. You’re The Worst
  23. Crazy Ex Girlfriend
  24. Upper Decks
  25. Broad City
  26. The Greatest Showman
  27. “You’re Dead” What We Do In The Shadows
  28. Hangover
  29. Harold and Kumar Went To White Castle 
  30. Jesus Christ Superstar
  31. Once
  32. The Phantom of the Opera
  33. Bojack Horseman
  34. New Hope
  35. Cats “Beautiful Ghosts”
  36. Evita
  37. Runaway Train
  38. Frozen
  39. Fellowship of the Ring
  40. Willow
  41. The Land Before Time
  42. Broken
  43. Pirates of the Caribbean
  44. Romeo and Juliet – Which one?
  45. Hamlet 2
  46. Emperor’s New Groove
  47. Broad City
  48. 10th Kingdom
  49. Extremely Loud. Incredibly Close
  50. Pay It Forward
  51. Batman Lego Movie
  52. Forest Gump
  53. The Bates Motel
  54. Psycho
  55. The Birds
  56. The Man Who Knew Too Much
  57. The Giver
  58. Anthem
  59. Fahrenheit 451
  60. Clockwork Orange
  61. Modern Times
  62. Animal Farm
  63. Rosie Land
  64. Saving private Ryan
  65. Monument Men
  66. Das Boot
  67. Sybil
  68. Instinct
  69. Apocalypse Now
  70. Lord of the Flies
  71. South Pacific
  72. A Series of Unfortunate Events
  73. Ask Anna “Why she is a Vegetarian.” 
  74. Willow
  75. Hamlet
  76. The Witches with Kidman and bullock
  77. The Hobbit
  78. King and I
  79. Aladdin
  80. Tangled
  81. The Little Mermaid
  82. Beauty and the Beast
  83. La Vive E La Bella
  84. Oliver!
  85. Dirk Gently
  86. History of the World Part #1
  87. Ben Hur
  88. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  89. Prince of Egypt
  90. Superbook
  91. Fahrenheit 451
  92. Pilgrim’s Progress
  93. Sophie’s World
  94. Amy’s Choice
  95. Neverending Story

Milestone #1

  1. Lego Movie
  2. Free Guy