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    (Original post by firebladez777.5)
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    I'm sorry I can't quite follow your argument there, run it by me again will ya.
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    (Original post by Willa)
    I'm sorry I can't quite follow your argument there, run it by me again will ya.
    I don't really know what's going on. I thought we were just typing out random letters.
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    No, there's a pattern....cant you see it!

    Consider the difference between each letter's position in the alphabet, and relate that to page numbers in the bible on a hexadecimal scale. Then take the corresponding word from each page aligned witht he original letters position and construct an anagram from that word. Repeated letters in the thread correspond to a caeser shift equal to the frequency of occurence.

    Hope that helps.
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    (Original post by Willa)
    No, there's a pattern....cant you see it!

    Consider the difference between each letter's position in the alphabet, and relate that to page numbers in the bible on a hexadecimal scale. Then take the corresponding word from each page aligned witht he original letters position and construct an anagram from that word. Repeated letters in the thread correspond to a caeser shift equal to the frequency of occurence.

    Hope that helps.

    Oh. Right, OK. Thanks for telling me this, I had no idea. Sorry if I spoiled the thread, I really thought it was random letters. Your decoder process, however, sounds extremely complicated. I don't think I'll be trying it.
 
 
 
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