On Monday night during Raw, WWE released more “White Rabbit” clues.
In the second hour of the program, Candice LeRae was backstage and approached Bianca Belair, Alexa Bliss and Asuka. During their conversation, the screen started to get snowy, eventually followed by a QR code that appeared for less than a second, then it disappeared and the show went on as scheduled.
When the “White Rabbit” code is scanned, it takes the individual to a pair of paintings, with one of them being a Magic Eye painting. Also, the link that the scanner is taken to is a half WWE.com URL, and in the URL, there’s an embedded binary code.
The link is wwe.com/01000111_01000001_01000011_01011001.
Multiple of tonight’s “White Rabbit” clues have already been solved.
The first Easter Egg that was figured out was the binary code that was hidden in the WWE URL of the latest QR code. When the binary is translated, the word “GACY” is spelled out. As a result, there is now a lot of speculation that Joe Gacy, currently in NXT, could be behind the mystery.
— Richey🇵🇸 (@RicheyYT) October 4, 2022
Bray Wyatt is the heavy favorite with fans to be the “White Rabbit” character, however, Gacy has drawn comparisons to Wyatt due to his cult leader gimmick, which has fans now considering Gacy.
A photo of the biblical figure Samson was featured as the first in the clues, and hidden behind the photo, is a URL that links individuals to another picture of Samson. This time, he’s destroying stone pillars that are around him, showing his powerful strength.
At the bottom of the second Samson photo, there’s a number featured. When Googled, an image of the Japanese milk brand, White Rabbit, pops up.
This is what comes up when you google the code in the Samson photo: pic.twitter.com/942QdqPnmn
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) October 4, 2022
In the second photo of Samson, which is of Delilah cutting his hair, eliminating his strength, there are coordinates located in the URL. When you look them up, they send you to Wells Fargo Center, the same location of WWE’s Extreme Rules Premium Live Event this Saturday, in Philadelphia.
With Samson losing his strength, there is a theory that this is a reference to Wyatt being backstabbed by Bliss at WrestleMania 37, as he tweeted a painting very similar to the second Samson image not much longer after the Premium Live Event.
— Ashton Martin of World Defiance Wrestling™ (@WDWAshton) October 4, 2022
Also, in the Magic Eye painting, there’s a hidden code labeled “MTA4Mjl.” Decoded, it translates to 10822 — 10/8/22 – October 8, 2022 — the date of WWE Extreme Rules.
There’s also another code on the original WWE webpage that’s hidden that the scanner is sent to by the QR code, and initially, it appears as just squiggly red lines. However, it’s actually from the “Predator” franchise, with it being the film series’ Yautja language.
It reads when translated:
“Before me things created were none, save things. Eternal, and eternal I endure.”
A quote from “Dante’s Inferno,” it ends with:
“Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.”
“Abandon all hope, ye who enter here” are the same words listed on Bray Wyatt’s Firefly Fun House door, again signaling a potential return of “The Fiend.”
.@lexdigiacomo CRACKS THE CODE!
She discovered that "All hope abandon, ye who enter here" was also the sign on the door in the Firefly Fun House.
— Graham "GSM" Matthews (@WrestleRant) October 4, 2022