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    BIG NEWS JUST IN!

    Now that we have verification that the cipher has been decrypted. How long before publishing?
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    +(3bb##! okay pirsq cornbread r round

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    Most cryptic post I’ve seen yet...we probably need to decipher IT first to have a clue about the rest of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDXMonster View Post
    Most cryptic post I’ve seen yet...we probably need to decipher IT first to have a clue about the rest of it.
    Whatever it is, IT is big! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Now that we verification of the cipher has been decrypted. How long before publishing?

    Hmmm .. this is a tough one, but I will give it a try. Since the word "cipher" in former times meant "zero" and was later used for any decimal digit.. I believe this is a cryptic way of letting us know you got your stimulus check. $1400.00.

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    Let me know if you need the Page Three...:-D

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    Do you need help in deciphering? :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhonnz41 View Post
    Let me know if you need the Page Three...:-D
    All have been completed by the only one with the key.

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    Are you talking about the good Rev?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    All have been completed by the only one with the key.
    Not possible, friend, unless you are applying "a lot" of substitution and manufacturing the end result. All of this repeated posting of remedy and solution without any conclusive evidences as to a Thomas J. Beale, the party, etc., etc., really isn't helping the credibility of these repeated claims, quite the opposite, in fact. But you're not alone as every premature proclamation of correct remedy and solution have likewise ended in this same exact dilemma. "Facts first!".....will spare everyone of this same fate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Now that we have verification that the cipher has been decrypted. How long before publishing?
    Send a PM to TN member Eldo to book you as a guest speaker at the American Cryptogram Association.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECS View Post
    Send a PM to TN member Eldo to book you as a guest speaker at the American Cryptogram Association.
    Interesting!

    Notable members
    H. O. Yardley, who used the nom BOZO, first Vice President in 1933.
    Helen Fouché Gaines, member since 1933, who used the nom PICCOLA, editor of the 1939 book Elementary Cryptanalysis.
    Rosario Candela, who used the nom ISKANDER, member since June 1934.
    David Kahn, who used the noms DAKON, ISHCABIBEL and more recently Kahn D.
    Will Shortz, New York Times Puzzle Editor, who uses the nom WILLz.
    David Shulman, lexicographer and cryptographer, member since 1933, who used the nom Ab Struse.
    James Gillogly, who uses the nom SCRYER.
    William A. Lee, (1890-1959), radio, film and TV actor, who used the nom TONTO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptography View Post
    Interesting!

    Notable members
    H. O. Yardley, who used the nom BOZO, first Vice President in 1933.
    Helen Fouché Gaines, member since 1933, who used the nom PICCOLA, editor of the 1939 book Elementary Cryptanalysis.
    Rosario Candela, who used the nom ISKANDER, member since June 1934.
    David Kahn, who used the noms DAKON, ISHCABIBEL and more recently Kahn D.
    Will Shortz, New York Times Puzzle Editor, who uses the nom WILLz.
    David Shulman, lexicographer and cryptographer, member since 1933, who used the nom Ab Struse.
    James Gillogly, who uses the nom SCRYER.
    William A. Lee, (1890-1959), radio, film and TV actor, who used the nom TONTO.
    And not a single one of them has solved the ciphers or come up with a single conclusive fact regarding the identity of the T.J. Beale in the Beale papers or the party or their grand adventure, etc. It's all speculation, conjecture, and "a lot" of unverified theory. All of this is fine until claimants try to sell what they can't even prove to be accurate, true, or real. "Facts first!" That's the only credible place to start in any effort for a credible resolution.
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