## Step 1: The Coordinates Within the Message.

**So here is K2 where the coordinates are revealed. We are just interested in the coordinates so we can delete the rest.**

## Step 3: Split Up the Coordinates Into Rows.

**We do this in order to make it easier to visualize the next steps.**

## Step 4: Separate the Numbers From the Coordinates.

**The words in red are just filler used to obfuscate the real clue. We just want the numbers.**

## Step 7: Start Setting Up the Key.

**We need a key to use with these numbers and for that we'll start with the alphabet. We'll number each letter in the alphabet from 1 to 26.**

## Step 9: Using the Key.

**To use the key, start with the first coordinate number, look it up in the key, and find the letter corresponding to that number. **

## Step 10: Find the Clue.

**Continue until you have all the letters corresponding to the coordinate numbers.**

**Doesn't seem to make sense at first glance. But you should notice a pattern to the letters.**

**You have arrange them from the bottom up. Sanborn uses this 'reversed letters' technique in another part of Kryptos.**

## Step 11: Determine What the Clue Means.

**So here Sanborn is saying that there is something that ryhmes with the letter 'L'.**

**There are way too many possiblities so we need a way to narrow it down.**

## Step 13: What Is 'WW'?

**When asked if 'WW' stood for 'William Webster' Sanborn replied in the affirmative. This is just to throw us off the path. To say 'No' would have provided us with another clue and he does not volunteer infomation. **

## Step 14: Thinking Like Sanborn

**These rules are not all inclusive. There may be other tricks up his sleeve to mislead us.**

**'K2 COORDINATES' is not the starting point for solving Kryptos. But it is a good way to show the techniques and methods that Sanborn uses.**

## Step 15: Next: Part 2 - PALIMPSEST

**In the next part, we'll see how Sanborn comes up with the word 'PALIMPSEST'.**