The cover of Liber L vel Legis:
Let me go through it:
1. The db next to the man: d=4, b=2 giving 42 which is the English gematria of my surname Bllair.
2. On the right of the man we have some strange scribbles. They are in fact Japanese, the language I did my degree in. We have shi in hiragana, then the Chinese character shiro then An then katakana shi. Shiro means white but it has a homophone which means castle. The shi means city. I live in Ancaster which is An + Castrum, a castle. It's a Roman village.
3. The equation contains all the elements for my name, Justin.
4. The residuals in the equation add to 42, again my surname.
So, you are looking for someone called Justin in the village of Ancaster who speaks Japanese.
That pretty much narrows it down.