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  1. #886
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpoe View Post
    What's the ACM?
    The SIMPSON PAPERS author, ACM card carrying member and fellow "Beale expert" on this "TEAM" you joined hasn't mentioned this to you?
    I would be concerned about this if I were you, but fortunately, I am not you.

    PS: Has he mentioned the TEMPLAR VAULT he discovered in Vermont by working Bacon's gematria code system on the works of Shakespeare?
    Last edited by ECS; Aug 03, 2018 at 08:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    The SIMPSON PAPERS author, ACM card carrying member and fellow "Beale expert" on this "TEAM" you joined hasn't mentioned this to you?
    I would be concerned about this if I were you, but fortunately, I am not you.

    PS: Has he mentioned the TEMPLAR VAULT he discovered in Vermont by working Bacon's gematria code system on the works of Shakespeare?
    You seem to be mixed up, how can I help you?

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    Hello, my quest to reconstruct the modified DOI has led me here, im not interested in treasure as i have found mine along the way, to break the code is all i seek, there is data there, even if it is partial or meaningless, maybe you would share some words with me?
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    What do you want input on... DOI, or the Beale Codes...?
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    The DOI, changes made to the text, were words added or removed or characters appended to words, maybe a clue relating to the encoding, things of that nature, im trying to start with a valid data set before conducting any serious tests upon it.
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    That's BC # 2; changed numbers found in the HART PAPERS. NO words changed, just numbers.
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  8. #893

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    In terms of the DOI, were the words Fancy English "Style" or AMERICAN English "style"...?
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    So far i have found 3 mistakes in #2 (off by one), an extra character between whosxnames. The DOI has things too, maybe with purpose, splitting the word meantime aligns the data better. I know about the s&f and the basics... Looking to build a solid data set to analyze.
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    HH! Good Luck! Have FUN!

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    Maybe justintime would share some words and help me to narrow down the ten or so changes made, i will soon have a set of ranges based on #2, the problem is exacly where the breaks may be, not enough of the key was used to give me this, this type of key could appear to open various doors and the correct door will appear and behave as the others, too many paths here, need to start at the source, i will share my work in trade for some text at some given place.
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    BP#2 decodes 763 characters, of which 625 are correct, this gives us 82% accurate, using data from the unmuseum papers, im now comparing using DOI from national archives, it seems to be very close to what was used, need you justin...
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    Correcting for x and y being not present we get 638:763 is now 84% accurate.
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    Wasn't it the DUNLAP copy of the DOI, used for BPP...?

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    I think so, that it was said earlier in this thread, i think justintime has one of the first plaintext versions printed, the difference is suttle, i think i have what Ward had intended to produce, but why if he did fabricate this would it not be > 82% accurate?
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