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Secret code reveals secret society

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1 square-Roman Letters for space

2 These all actually stand for the letter E. It’s a way to confuse codebreakers

3 The Copiale’s more unusual symbols denote words, not letters—in this case, “Oculist” and “society.”

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Always loved cryptographers. Wonder will this help to deschipher Voynich Manuscript as video suggests.

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That's pretty cool. Good find, L.

I've always liked Kryptos. Sure it doesn't have any of the real mystery behind it that say, the Voynich manuscript, for example, does, but it still cool, nonetheless.

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Took me a while to read, but it was very fascinating and enlightening.

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:su PEOPLE back than are INTERESTING :nw:
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That was a super excellent read. Four thumbs up!!! :tsu: :tsu:

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Being only 250 years-old, I could imagine there being some continuation of that "society"

Just an opinion, of course.

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Always loved cryptographers. Wonder will this help to deschipher Voynich Manuscript as video suggests.

Very interesting post, the -L-.

And cryptography is one of the MAIN reasons I am interested in the Oera Linda Book.

I think that there is some hidden message in that 19th century fabrication.

Yes, the language is Old Frisian, I can read it, and it purports to be an ancient manuscript of a unknown European civilization.

But I just feel there are messages hidden in that text.

It uses a script of 32 characters (but 2 characters are not explained).

Every page consists of 32 lines, but 2 pages are lost.

Add to that that Cornelis Over de Linden, the owner of the book, was into Freemasonry, and then....

http://rodinbook.nl/olbmanuscript001-050.html

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Very interesting post, the -L-.

And cryptography is one of the MAIN reasons I am interested in the Oera Linda Book.

I think that there is some hidden message in that 19th century fabrication.

Yes, the language is Old Frisian, I can read it, and it purports to be an ancient manuscript of a unknown European civilization.

But I just feel there are messages hidden in that text.

It uses a script of 32 characters (but 2 characters are not explained).

Every page consists of 32 lines, but 2 pages are lost.

Add to that that Cornelis Over de Linden, the owner of the book, was into Freemasonry, and then....

http://rodinbook.nl/...ipt001-050.html

.

Abramelin thanks.

I just dont have enough time to deal with OLB and to wrote my views in thread about it.

I hope I will have some more time in future to read it OLB. Sure it very interesting book for many reasons.

Great observasion there.

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