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    Please give me a opinion on this website that says how to decode the beale codes

    Here is the website please leave a opinion (Smile)....Ken



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  2. #2
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    sorry guess I cannot copy and paste ( http://www.angelfire.com/pro/bealeciphers/page17-3.htm ) Smile...Ken

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    Dec 2007
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    I wouldn't put any faith in it. There have been plenty of claims that people have solved the cypher over the years. But no results have ever been shown.

    The website you posted, in particular, is just garbage. Why? Because the one page that was deciphered was a simple substitution cypher that used the Declaration of Independence. There was no mathematical algorithm needed.

  4. #4

    Jun 2007
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    (SMIRKING...) Agree with "allen" above; TWO "issues" here... "solving" the Cipher(s), and FINDING the "treasure". Neighbors in THAT area of Bedford County, Va. NEVER saw nor heard ANYTHING "going on" day or night. NOW! The "cipher(s)"... LOL! The article is Fake! FAKE! FAKE! (WINK)

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    I guess I will never understand human nature and why they tell BIG lies,what do they gain? I would be ashamed to say I found something if I havent, Why the B.S? Every one that has it solved has a reason to not say,but yet they get on here and blow their horns,some sick people in this world(SMILE).....Ken

  6. #6

    Jun 2007
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    (CHEESY SMILE) HA! The old saying is... "If it sounds too good to be true... it's probably ISN'T!" (WINK) NOT including the "BP"; just a "cover-story". (DOUBLE WINK & SMILE)

  7. #7

    Jun 2007
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    (SMIRKING... raining out) SO! As a "cover-story", it (Beale Papers) is entertaining. Charles W. Button, who owned the newspaper (News Virginian), and was publisher, RETIRED in 1885. Sold HIS "interest" in NV 3 years, later; bet HE was "in" on it. (WINK)

 

 

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