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The Glyphs shown leading into commercial breaks in each episode suggest a visual alphabetic code.
Solving The Code
Piggybacking on a Ars Technica article, editor Julian Sanchez cracked the code of the Fringe Glyphs that appear at the commercial breaks. Each glyph and position of the yellow dot indicate a different letter. Julian used a simple one-to-one, mono-alphabetic substitution cypher. Original decipher information can be reviewed at JulianSanchez.com
- Print Sheet - Glyphs containing question marks have not aired and are only suggested, by reasonable consensus.
- Commercial Breaks
Neither Here Nor There
- (Note: The yellow dot for the last glyph of the episode is replaced by a yellow heart.)
A New Day In The Old Town
- (Originally aired as BRELD, but was rectified to CHILD in the Season One DVD release)
- (Note: Aeger is Latin for "Sick")
- (Note: Perhaps supposed to be "surge")