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    Bible and Decoding Beale Cipher

    Jim Gillogly’s Beale sequence

    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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    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

    I know The Beale Papers are not Substitution Cipher, But this part was some fun with the Jim Gillogly’s Beale sequence.
    But it was quite shocking to see my name show up like that.

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    Why...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    Why...?

    Because I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    Because I can.
    Yes, you CAN... b/c that is NOT the Gillogly String... "google" it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    Yes, you CAN... b/c that is NOT the Gillogly String... "google" it!

    112 and 18 were added to it by me . Look It Up

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    Back in 1980, Jim Gillogly applied the Declaration of Independence codebook for the second Beale Paper (“B2”) to the first Beale Paper (“B1”), and discovered a very unlikely sequence in the resulting text: ABFDEFGHIIJKLMMNOHPP. The chance of the middle section alone (“DEFGHIIJKLMMNO”) occurring at random is about one in a million million, and what is even spookier is that the two aberrant letters in the longer sequence (“F” near the beginning, and “H” near the end) are one entry off from correct letters in the codebook (195 = “F” while 194 = “C”, and 301 = “H” while 302 = “O”).

    Gillogly attributed these to encoding slips: but given that I’m wondering whether this string is perhaps a code-sequence of some sort, could it be that the encoder used a slightly different transcription of the Declaration of Independence from the one he/she used for B2? This would yield systematic single-number shifts: so let’s look again at the key-sequence and the adjacent letters in the B2 codebook:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    Back in 1980, Jim Gillogly applied the Declaration of Independence codebook for the second Beale Paper (“B2”) to the first Beale Paper (“B1”), and discovered a very unlikely sequence in the resulting text: ABFDEFGHIIJKLMMNOHPP. The chance of the middle section alone (“DEFGHIIJKLMMNO”) occurring at random is about one in a million million, and what is even spookier is that the two aberrant letters in the longer sequence (“F” near the beginning, and “H” near the end) are one entry off from correct letters in the codebook (195 = “F” while 194 = “C”, and 301 = “H” while 302 = “O”).

    Gillogly attributed these to encoding slips: but given that I’m wondering whether this string is perhaps a code-sequence of some sort, could it be that the encoder used a slightly different transcription of the Declaration of Independence from the one he/she used for B2? This would yield systematic single-number shifts: so let’s look again at the key-sequence and the adjacent letters in the B2 codebook:
    I am using it as it originally as decoded with the DOI .

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    I can call it the Piper Beale sequence then !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    Yes, you CAN... b/c that is NOT the Gillogly String... "google" it!
    Dumass !

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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
    Nice work, Jedi Master.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    I can call it the Piper Beale sequence then !
    YES! You CAN! HA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Dumass !
    Name-calling, eh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Nice work, Jedi Master.
    Heh...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Laf View Post
    I know The Beale Papers are not Substitution Cipher, But this part was some fun with the Jim Gillogly’s Beale sequence.
    But it was quite shocking to see my name show up like that.
    .......Nice to see that you still have a sense of humor.
    "Treasure is wherever it can be found."

 

 
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