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    Deciphered Pages From People That Claim They Are The ONE

    Here is a place to compare all the peoples decipherments of the Beale Ciphers. According to we here there are many of these documents out on the interwebs​. I hope to put them up here and that we may compare them one to another. There can only be one King you know!

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    http://bealesolved.tripod.com/sitebu...er3__2of3.jpeg

    https://www.google.com/search?q=beal...Nsdk54WXwzhUM:

    This is a page from ciphers one and three decipherments from a Mr Cole!
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    One more found on the interweb
    Possibly these two knew each other?
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpoe View Post
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    Possibly these two knew each other?
    That is only half where is the other half. That is my decipherment and it is the best you are going to find on the Internet. Where it says "out from that point" should say "out from Read Point"
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    eenkdereudnefere (reverse this)

    erefendueredknee (separate words)

    Ere fen due red knee (this is a teaser left in the Beale Code 1 [first 16 numbers] which leads to a location finally, but...this is not the main cipher to another location)

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    I get the feeling that a red knee tarantula will be creeping into this discussion as one weaves his story web.
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    Quote Originally Posted by legrand View Post
    eenkdereudnefere (reverse this)

    erefendueredknee (separate words)

    Ere fen due red knee (this is a teaser left in the Beale Code 1 [first 16 numbers] which leads to a location finally, but...this is not the main cipher to another location)

    OK:

    Why is it important? Because human ingenuity hid this message !! And, reversed to boot !! If you take the last letter of the DOI word ...here, do it with me:

    Use this original pamphlet from Wikpedia:

    https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Beale_Papers

    Concern yourself with the first 16 numbers in Code 1 and the first 194 words in the DOI.

    71 - (make the necessary "mistake" by selecting word "72" ...remember LAST LETTER) = E
    194 - = E
    38 - = N
    1701 - (must select "k" or "s" ...only words in english language possible Knee or Snee) = K
    89 - = D
    76 - = E
    11 - = R
    83 - = E
    1629 - (must select a,e,i,o,u, or y...u makes the most sense as a direction) = U
    48 - = D
    94 - = N
    63 - = E
    132 - = F
    16 - = E
    111 - = R
    95 - = E

    **The message was intended to be short and use only part of the Code 1 numbers ...the first 16 (because it's hard to encipher!!). This material and its explanations are already published in National Beale Treasure....At Red Knee. You can't ignore the reversed, human generated code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by legrand View Post
    ... This material and its explanations are already published in National Beale Treasure....At Red Knee. You can't ignore the reversed, human generated code.
    "Ramona tried to tell me, stay away from the train lines
    She said that all those railroad men just drink up your blood like wine
    I said I didn't know that, but then again there is only one I met
    and he just smoked my eyelids and punched my cigarette"
    -Bob Dylan
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    "Ramona tried to tell me, stay away from the train lines
    She said that all those railroad men just drink up your blood like wine
    I said I didn't know that, but then again there is only one I met
    and he just smoked my eyelids and punched my cigarette"
    -Bob Dylan
    ...He's still there, alone.
    I will hurt them,
    I can I'm nine,
    Dad is calm, masked vex.

    He smiles,
    Carefully turns,
    His back to them?
    My body quakes,
    Churns...
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    That is only half where is the other half. That is my decipherment and it is the best you are going to find on the Internet. Where it says "out from that point" should say "out from Read Point"
    Looks a lot like the first one you put a link for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    That is only half where is the other half. That is my decipherment and it is the best you are going to find on the Internet. Where it says "out from that point" should say "out from Read Point"
    I will look for the other part but only found this so far. We can look at the differences between them that are posted so far. They do look a lot alike, did these two people help each other or worked off the others work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by legrand View Post
    OK:

    Why is it important? Because human ingenuity hid this message !! And, reversed to boot !! If you take the last letter of the DOI word ...here, do it with me:

    Use this original pamphlet from Wikpedia:

    https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Beale_Papers

    Concern yourself with the first 16 numbers in Code 1 and the first 194 words in the DOI.

    71 - (make the necessary "mistake" by selecting word "72" ...remember LAST LETTER) = E
    194 - = E
    38 - = N
    1701 - (must select "k" or "s" ...only words in english language possible Knee or Snee) = K
    89 - = D
    76 - = E
    11 - = R
    83 - = E
    1629 - (must select a,e,i,o,u, or y...u makes the most sense as a direction) = U
    48 - = D
    94 - = N
    63 - = E
    132 - = F
    16 - = E
    111 - = R
    95 - = E

    **The message was intended to be short and use only part of the Code 1 numbers ...the first 16 (because it's hard to encipher!!). This material and its explanations are already published in National Beale Treasure....At Red Knee. You can't ignore the reversed, human generated code.
    I just don't see how this can work, but keep on it may make sense after more understanding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterpoe View Post
    Here is a place to compare all the peoples decipherments of the Beale Ciphers. According to we here there are many of these documents out on the interwebs​. I hope to put them up here and that we may compare them one to another. There can only be one King you know!
    "Only ONE King"... LOL!

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    Elvis has left the building!
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    YUP!
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