Starting at first line of Magnetic Current on page 3 and counting 124 lines you arrive at a line on page 5 marked with extra dots: (highlighted below)
It says ". Now measure each and you will see" with a dot above the period and one below the "u" in "you". I asked myself many years ago... "measure what? .. every 20th character?.. punctuation marks?... 'u's?..... something else?". I then thought.. "hmm... 'see' is in the line.. and also written down the right hand margin.. wonder if this line relates to the first line of page 3 where the Acrostic cipher is 'TFF' or 'SEE'?" So, I experimented with all those ideas. I found that if you use a cipher alphabet of 20 characters on line 1 of MC and count from the start and see where the punctuation marks and "u"s fall.. you get the same letters that are capital letters on the 124th line:
now see the spacing here:
If you wrap around to the line behind on page 4..that starts "nets start to run.." you get the missing "T".
Now, we've done all of the things I thought to try years ago, except we haven't taken into account the 20th letters.. let's just try taking whatever is there and see what we get. Then instead of wrapping around to page 4.. let's snake down page 3 instead:
This way produces the message:"SPIRO G C IT LIGHT BOAS"
SPIRO is both Latin and Greek:
a combining form meaning “coil,” “spiral,” used in the formation of compound words:
combining form of Latin spīra < Greek speîra coil