Having the next broadcast appear on Sirius XM was a surprise for many of us. Could the choice of network be a clue itself?
Sirius is the brightest star in the sky, and was well-known to ancient cultures. The ancient Egyptians used it to determine when the flooding of the Nile would occur, as Sirius disappears for 70 days before reappearing in the summer. Back then it appeared in Cairo on July 19, but that was over 3000 years ago. Today it shows up in early to mid-August in North America, England, and Europe.
Disappearing from view and then reappearing sounds like a certain game developer we know. Could the rising of Sirius hold a clue to a future event in the ARG?