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    112 18 147 436 195 320 37 122 113 6 140 8 120 305 42 58 461 44 106 301 13 408

  2. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    112 18 147 436 195 320 37 122 113 6 140 8 120 305 42 58 461 44 106 301 13 408
    I still have people calling me about this AKH JOHN L PIPER DIG 2000 BF BF

    Funny how you can get these letters to come out of a straight decode of the Gilloly Strand and the DOI .
    Last edited by Jean Laf; Dec 23, 2017 at 10:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    112 18 147 436 195 320 37 122 113 6 140 8 120 305 42 58 461 44 106 301 13 408

    147 = A
    301 = h
    305 = k

    AHK Hebrew term for "brother."

    120 = J
    106 = o
    6 = h
    44 = n

    42 = L

    13 = P
    140 = i
    408 = p
    37 = e
    112 = r

    320 = D
    8 = i
    113 = g

    461, 58 = M M = 2000 Roman Numerals


    18, 195, 436, 122 = BFBF left of 22 letters 18 used
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    Foolish to seek fortune when real treasure hiding under nose.

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    LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    I still have people calling me about this AKH JOHN L PIPER DIG 2000 BF BF

    Funny how you can get these letters to come out of a straight decode of the Gilloly Strand and the DOI .
    To get what you have out of that famous part of the cyphers is at least 10000/1 odds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    LOL!
    LOL!
    A Laf proxy returns!
    So who was the wise guy that cranked Jack's lever causing him to pop up again?
    Last edited by ECS; Jun 26, 2018 at 04:39 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    LOL!
    A Laf proxy returns!
    So who was the wise guy that cranked Jack's lever causing him to pop up again?
    A PROXY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    I can call it the Piper Beale sequence ...
    You can call it whatever you want, doesn't make it true or real, now does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    Thing is that you can get my name out of the most famous line in C1 . A very humbling experience .
    Which confirms what I have always stated on why ALL the various "solved" Beale ciphers are ALL different- one decodes to one's expectations.
    PS: When have you or your doppleganger shadows have ever acted humbly on these threads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Dumass !
    Is that one of those "secret" words that is the "missing key" to the Beale ciphers you claim people are trying to learn from you?
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    MUST BE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Is that one of those "secret" words that is the "missing key" to the Beale ciphers you claim people are trying to learn from you?
    Not a secret for you!
    Foolish to seek fortune when real treasure hiding under nose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    I think once this gets out you will go down in history...
    He may have gone down by the wayside, but definitely not in history.
    ...and that's NO secret!
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