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    Looking for comments on my Beale Ciphers research

    Greetings

    I believe I have uncovered a Beale Ciphers solution. Iíve included a link to Ancient Origins website that featured a review of my research. The Ancient Origins website reveals approximately ten percent of what I had uncovered from the ciphers.

    Does Cryptic Code Hidden in Beale Ciphers Reveal Secrets of the Freemasons? | Ancient Origins

    Looking forward to your comments

    Dan

    ďOf course, treasure hunts make much better stories when thereís treasure at the end.Ē
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    Yer "talking" about Bro. BOB Morris...

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    Not the Robert Morris that signed the DOI, not the Robert Morris one time mayor of Lynchburg, keeper of the Washington Hotel and Uncle of James Beverly Ward's wife, and not the Robert Morriss character of THE BEALE PAPERS.

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    Very True...

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    I have Bro. Bob's Book; gave a copy to my Ma, who was Worthy Matron, & 50 year(s) member of my hometown OES... I never joined, nor did my Pa. I do not "see" any "connection" to the "BT", Robert MORRISS, etc. Seems to be similar to Paul Stewart's book.
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    P.S.'S book: SOLVING THE BEALE PAPERS: Masonic Answers; even Bro. Dan Cole had a Masonic "solution"... NOT convinced.
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    You have a book, BEALE'S TREASURE: A Freemason's Tale; on amazon.com. Hmmm... YOUR Conclusion - "NO Silver or Gold Treasure - ONLY 19th Century Freemasons"; VERY similar to Paul Stewart's. I, being a former 32nd of the Scottish Rite, 7th of the York Rite (RAM), Your "Square & Compass" focus in interesting, yet "inconclusive".
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    Research and study the DOI. That is what the Beale Treasure story was all about. Secret Treasures hidden inside the DOI of the Knight's Templar. Greatest treasures of mankind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    Research and study the DOI. That is what the Beale Treasure story was all about. Secret Treasures hidden inside the DOI of the Knight's Templar. Greatest treasures of mankind.
    For this to be plausible:
    "Knowledge of this affair was confined to a very limited circle-to the writer's immediate family, and to one old and valued friend"
    -THE BEALE PAPERS

    If there are "secret ciphers" hidden in the Declaration of Independence that lead to a Templar greatest treasure of mankind, how did those involve with the writing, copyrighting, printing, publishing, advertising and distributed for sale in the very limited market of 1885 Lynchburg have "knowledge of this affair"?
    ...and having this "knowledge" why go through the efforts to conceal this knowledge of the "greatest treasure of mankind" in a fictional story dime novel pamphlet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    For this to be plausible:
    "Knowledge of this affair was confined to a very limited circle-to the writer's immediate family, and to one old and valued friend"
    -THE BEALE PAPERS

    If there are "secret ciphers" hidden in the Declaration of Independence that lead to a Templar greatest treasure of mankind, how did those involve with the writing, copyrighting, printing, publishing, advertising and distributed for sale in the very limited market of 1885 Lynchburg have "knowledge of this affair"?
    ...and having this "knowledge" why go through the efforts to conceal this knowledge of the "greatest treasure of mankind" in a fictional story dime novel pamphlet?
    It is not in the fictional story it is in the DOI signed in 1776. Thomas Jefferson most likely the author. You do know that Robert Morriss and his partner James Dunnington had a lot to do with the construction of Poplar Forest.

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    James Dunnington , a Captain in the Campbell county militia and Robert Morris were partners with a mercantile business in 1803, but what involvement did they have in the construction of Jefferson's Poplar Forest and how does this connect to "secret hidden ciphers" in the DOI about the Templar treasure or to Ward's 1885 published Beale Papers dime novel pamphlet?

    Thomas Jefferson, along with a committee consisting of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman were the AUTHORS of the DOI, and many revisions were made before the final copy was written and then published.
    Who in the DOI committee was responsible for placing these alleged "hidden secret ciphers", how was it accomplished and survived the revisions , and most important, if indeed there are "hidden secret ciphers" in the DOI, what is the nature and method of that coding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    James Dunnington , a Captain in the Campbell county militia and Robert Morris were partners with a mercantile business in 1803, but what involvement did they have in the construction of Jefferson's Poplar Forest and how does this connect to "secret hidden ciphers" in the DOI about the Templar treasure or to Ward's 1885 published Beale Papers dime novel pamphlet?

    Thomas Jefferson, along with a committee consisting of Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Robert Livingston, and Roger Sherman were the AUTHORS of the DOI, and many revisions were made before the final copy was written and then published.
    Who in the DOI committee was responsible for placing these alleged "hidden secret ciphers", how was it accomplished and survived the revisions , and most important, if indeed there are "hidden secret ciphers" in the DOI, what is the nature and method of that coding?
    ECS, All I can say there are "hidden secrets" in the Declaration of Independence. I have found some of them but not all. I have found enough to learn the TRUTH. I now know what TRUTH means. As I am aware of this TRUTH, I can not explain it to anyone because everyone in the World today is being decieved of what the TRUTH really is and mankind is going to pay a terrible price for not knowing the TRUTH. I am not wanting to get over on the religion side of this message but I hope I can say to everyone out there, "Learn what TRUTH means and cling on to it for the World is in for a very long rough ride.

    That is what the Job Print Pamphlet was all about, the author wanted everyone to study the DOI. That is why the author placed the prize of the treasure at three-quarters of a million dollars. He wanted us to pursue the DOI with a vengeance. Thanks to him for this long hard journey, I had ventured on when a lad of twelve years old. I have now found the TREASURE. Good Luck to all.

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    Eh...? RELIGIOUS "solution"...? Thomas Jefferson was a DEIST, DID NOT believe in the miracles of J.C. Find Jefferson's BIBLE... ALL NEW TESTAMENT, & he cut out the "miracles stories". TJ believed J.C. was a JUST & MORAL man; NO DIVINITY. REVIEW the D.O.I. in THAT "Light".
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    Very true...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    Eh...? RELIGIOUS "solution"...? Thomas Jefferson was a DEIST, DID NOT believe in the miracles of J.C. Find Jefferson's BIBLE... ALL NEW TESTAMENT, & he cut out the "miracles stories". TJ believed J.C. was a JUST & MORAL man; NO DIVINITY. REVIEW the D.O.I. in THAT "Light".
    You may need to study Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, George Washington and other Founding Fathers further as they may have used the DEIST thing as a cover to conceal what they had to conceal from everyone until the right person came along to figure it all out.

 

 
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