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8 thoughts on ““Copiale Cipher” Cracked”
All the articles about this cipher so far are just discussing the technology in cracking it. Does anyone actually have the translation?
i like the video.
The entire text can be found http://stp.lingfil.uu.se/~bea/copiale/copiale-translation.pdf
It looks like to be an offshoot of some form of Masonism given a lot of the symbolism used.
Thanks, I put a link in there.
So, if these are like the Knights of Columbus or something, then they are the Knights who go Nee!!!!!!!
ha. wrong. it is actually a cookbook titled “To Serve Man.”
The text can be summed up as “what is 6 times 7 ?” and “beware of Vogons”.
What I find interesting is the total lack of correlation between how important or interesting something is and how hard they made it for us to read.
The combination of obscurity, incoherence, and silliness makes me very suspicious that this is a fraud.
Especially the references to silly walks.