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The Theban Alphabet
The Theban alphabet is used widely by Traditional Wiccans both ritually, and in their books of shadows. The first published reference to it is in Francis Barrett's The Magus , published at London in 1801. It is reputed to have been invented by Honorius of...
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11 Gravity Falls facts that will blow your kid's mind
Every episode of Gravity Falls ends with a code that can be deciphered using a variety of ciphers, including Caesar, Atbash, Vigenère and A1Z26. There's even a website (The Mystery of Gravity Falls) dedicated to the ciphers in the ending credits.
The Long and Winding History of Encryption
But humans have been communicating with codes and ciphers for thousands of years, using rudimentary encryption methods to protect trade secrets and military orders, or simply to keep information private from neighbors.
The Secret World Of Ciphers
Certainly, some types of ciphers are relatively straightforward and uncomplicated. For example, there is one called the Caesar cipher, which is one of the most prolific, and simple encryption techniques.
Crack the cryptic crossword enigma
Do you view cryptic crosswords and fiendish sudokus as more difficult than the Enigma code? Don't worry, you're not alone. Sunil Badami looks at the history of puzzles and code breaking, and even gets some practical crossword tips.
Satan Seeking Seat in Oklahoma State Capitol
Baphomet's suggested etymologies are the Greek "baphe" and "metis" which translate into "baptism of wisdom" and also the Atbash cipher for the Greek goddess Sophia (see Athena) who was said to not spring from her mother's loins, but rather from her ...

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