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Only someone from GLP can crack this code

 
Person445
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11/23/2012 06:26 PM

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Re: Only someone from GLP can crack this code
I know the co-founder of American Mensa, Wayne Green. I'm e-mailing him this code now.
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11/23/2012 06:30 PM
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I know the co-founder of American Mensa, Wayne Green. I'm e-mailing him this code now.
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It was probably a one-time pad encryption, so he'll have no chance to decrypt it.
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11/23/2012 06:35 PM
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transmission heavypacked fn.fjw yid.dc
AOAKN HVPKD FNFJW YIDDC

reconsquad debrief govfound missingpidgeons
RQXSR DJHFP GOVFN MIAPX
please warn company size
PABUZ WYYNP CMPNW HJRZH
neglect memo on-no airsupport
NLXKG MEMKK ONOIB AKEEQ
waiting red-battalion on right of main t-panzers
WAOTA RBQRH DJOFM TPZEH
light right jerico function
LKXGH RGGHT JRZCQ FNKTQ
killedbytankshooters confirm transmission
KLDTS FQIRW AOAKN

time date
words 15:25 sixth day
27 1525 /6

pidgeons found to be intercepted
and numbers scouted.
NURP 40 TW 194
NURP 37 DK 76

time of pidgeon message sent.
16:25

lolsign
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its already been decrypted by someone on glp
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11/23/2012 06:39 PM
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Youre not the op, so i counted twenty seven along each time went back the amount at bottom then at forward slash went forward said something like dyerha typed that into google came up with dyrehaven couldnt find a relation so used place and ww 2 i think it was dyrehaven park the luftwaffe set up hq this sounds right fits????
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I will try it now and see if i come up wth the same thing
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11/23/2012 06:42 PM
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transmission heavypacked fn.fjw yid.dc
AOAKN HVPKD FNFJW YIDDC

reconsquad debrief govfound missingpidgeons
RQXSR DJHFP GOVFN MIAPX
please warn company size
PABUZ WYYNP CMPNW HJRZH
neglect memo on-no airsupport
NLXKG MEMKK ONOIB AKEEQ
waiting red-battalion on right of main t-panzers
WAOTA RBQRH DJOFM TPZEH
light right jerico function
LKXGH RGGHT JRZCQ FNKTQ
killedbytankshooters confirm transmission
KLDTS FQIRW AOAKN

time date
words 15:25 sixth day
27 1525 /6

pidgeons found to be intercepted
and numbers scouted.
NURP 40 TW 194
NURP 37 DK 76

time of pidgeon message sent.
16:25

lolsign
 Quoting: Horus 19949961


its already been decrypted by someone on glp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28361183

Nice one it wasnt that hard how could they be stumped
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11/23/2012 06:55 PM
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Re: Only someone from GLP can crack this code
AOAKN HVPKD FNFJW YIDDC
o
u
r

RQXSR DJHFP GOVFN MIAPX
a
Y

PABUZ WYYNP CMPNW HJRZH
e
e
k

NLXKG MEMKK ONOIB AKEEQ
o
n
t
h

WAOTA RBQRH DJOFM TPZEH
?
LKXGH RGGHT JRZCQ FNKTQ
?
KLDTS FQIRW AOAKN 27 11526/6
?

That caught my eye as soon as I saw it
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11/23/2012 07:07 PM
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AOAKN HVPKD FNFJW YIDDC
------o
------u
------r

RQXSR DJJHHP GOVFN MIAPX
------a
------y

PABUZ WYYNP CMPNW HJRZH
------e
------e
------k

NLXKG MEMKK ONOIB AKEEQ
------o
------n
------t
------h

this is how I meant above
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11/23/2012 07:26 PM
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Just messing around with this, I found it interesting that the letter set at the beginning and end break down as follows using the numerical values of the letters:

A = 1
O = (15)
A = 1
K = 11 (2)
N = 14 (5)

Doubt if it relates at all but found it interesting....
deano
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11/23/2012 07:34 PM
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Still think i got it a coded message during the d day landings, location of luftwaffe hq dyrehaven, where are you op tell me im wrong so i may move on???
Simon Dogood

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11/23/2012 08:00 PM
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I have discovered that XO2 is a submarine command second watch executive commander.
So, how would a carrier pigeon message have anything to do with a submarine commander?
Turns out the term XO2 is mentioned in the Navy career path structure for Submarine officers. It can be seen here:
[link to www.dtic.mil]
On page 38.
Also, it can be seen quoted in Navy career officers training path charts going all the way back to WWII.

My good guess since this has been looked by British and American military and cannot be broken, that it was a training message that was being sent between two students.

Just a guess.
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11/23/2012 08:02 PM
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This is intended to be decyphered using a "one time pad" and due to its short length will be basically impossible to crack without the pad...

You have a much better chance cracking a "numbers station" code which also uses a one time pad but it is easier to crack due to longer length which allows for more patterns to be observed.

I give it a 99.999999% probability it wont be cracked here, but if you want to waste your time on cracking a "one time pad" cypher you are better off trying one of the numbers stations first, but many people work for years and come up with nothing, and they are experienced...
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11/23/2012 08:52 PM
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How did you get dyrehaven?

Dyrehaven was the HQ for Luftwaffe in Copenhagen.
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11/23/2012 10:12 PM

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CEKBI XCZ / 111111
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11/25/2012 05:29 PM
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Here is a Word 2010 macro that I wrote to mash up the code and try to break it. Admittedly, it is probably not using the same structures that the correct cypher requires, but a shot in the dark is a shot in the dark!

Sub Macro11()
Dim X(30) As String
Dim Y(30) As String
X(1) = "A": X(2) = "B": X(3) = "C": X(4) = "D"
X(5) = "E": X(6) = "F": X(7) = "G": X(8) = "H"
X(9) = "I": X(10) = "J": X(11) = "K": X(12) = "L"
X(13) = "M": X(14) = "N": X(15) = "O": X(16) = "P"
X(17) = "Q": X(18) = "R": X(19) = "S": X(20) = "T"
X(21) = "U": X(22) = "V": X(23) = "W": X(24) = "X"
X(25) = "Y": X(26) = "Z"

u = 1
Dim MyValue
MyValue = 1
Dim base As String
base = "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ"
Do Until Len(Check) >= 26
Randomize ' Initialize random-number generator.
MyValue = Int((Len(base) * Rnd) + 1) ' Generate random value between 1 and 6.
For u = u To Len(Check) + 1
If Mid(Check, u, 1) = Mid(base, MyValue, 1) Or _
Len(Check) >= 26 Then
Exit For
End If
Check = Check & Mid(base, MyValue, 1)
base = Replace(base, Mid(base, MyValue, 1), "", 1)
Next u
Loop

For R = 1 To 10

For Z = 1 To 26
Y(Z) = Mid(Check, Z, 1)
Next Z


For Q = 1 To 26
Selection.Find.ClearFormatting
Selection.Find.Font.Color = wdColorAutomatic
Selection.Find.Replacement.ClearFormatting
Selection.Find.Replacement.Font.Color = wdColorBlue
With Selection.Find
.Text = X(Q)
.Replacement.Text = Y(Q)
.Forward = True
.Wrap = wdFindContinue
.Format = True
.MatchCase = False
.MatchWholeWord = False
.MatchWildcards = False
.MatchSoundsLike = False
.MatchAllWordForms = False
End With
Selection.Find.Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
Next Q
Next R

Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory
Selection.TypeParagraph
Selection.TypeText Text:=Check
Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory
Selection.TypeParagraph

For d = 0 To 4
Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory
Selection.TypeParagraph
Dim W As Integer
W = 0
Do Until W >= 52
Selection.HomeKey Unit:=wdStory
If W > 0 Then
Selection.MoveRight Unit:=wdWord, Count:=W
End If
If d > 0 Then
Selection.MoveRight Unit:=wdCharacter, Count:=d
End If
Selection.MoveRight Unit:=wdCharacter, Count:=1, Extend:=wdExtend
Selection.Copy
Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory
Selection.PasteAndFormat (wdFormatOriginalFormatting)
W = W + 2
Loop
Next d
Selection.HomeKey Unit:=wdStory
Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdStory, Extend:=wdExtend
Selection.Copy

'Add a break here for review of output:
For G = 1 To 250
Word.ActiveDocument.Undo
Next

End Sub
Zerubbabel

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11/25/2012 06:23 PM

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Re: Only someone from GLP can crack this code
This looks surprisingly like a group of "words" that I discovered right out of Torah. There are a whole series of 5-letter combinations found in Torah that have very specific meanings and M'NZPK (pronounced MemnunZpok) was the key that broke this recent discovery.

The Torah, of course, does not include "vowels" and from day 1, every copy of Torah was exact--to the very letter. If a single letter was ommitted or included, the entire Torah was buried and never used again--even if painstakingly done by hand (which most were back then).

In my studies on the MNZPK and others, I was able to determine very specific places (some not confined to the earth). MNZPK turns out to be a star map of the constellation Orion and show how it is constructed. There were other constellations included and maps to each. I know this sounds far fetched, but the Jews were definitely part of WWII and may have been working as part of the underground to pass messages to the British or other underground sources.

Perhaps someone with the Bible code software could input some of this to see the results. It's been years since I researched this so a lot of the info is lost to time. I would be curious to see if there is a correlation. I can just picture the Jews trying to help the outside world with inside information, and using carrier pidgeons to do it.
The TRUTH is stranger than FICTION.
Kaje

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11/26/2012 01:17 PM
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First post...

But could XO2 actually be Fighter Command?

Looking at the first set of five letters, AOAKN...

AOA could be relating to a position of Air Officer Administration and KN was the designation used for Kingsnorth, an airbase in Kent - where fighter command were based during World War II.

Could the first set of five letters - and the last - be either where the message originates or the intended recipient of the message? Repeated to ensure the message met the eyes of the correct person? In this case the AOA at Kingsnorth?
EMPerror

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11/26/2012 04:31 PM

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Something about this message (without repeating beginning and ending).
Letters - 26
Duplets - 117
Triplets - 122

When considering position of duplet, or triplet (when encoding is done by several letters representing one character)
Duplets - 59
Triplets - 40

Repeating more than once
Duplets - number of duplets
DJ 2
FN 3
GH 2
JR 2
RZ 2
WY 2
When considering position
FN 2
GH 2
RZ 2

Triplets - number of triplets
JRZ 2
When considering position
JRZ 2

Existence of repeating triplet (which is placed in text considering position) can tell, that chances are not small, that this code was not made with entirely random encoding code.

Letter repeatability when text is shifted by a certain number of characters and compared to the original, by counting matching letters. It is sometimes used to find length of code.
Shift - number of matching letters
32 11
12 9
20 9
40 9
44 9
23 8
60 8
9 7
14 7
31 7
43 7
54 7
5 6
10 6
16 6
22 6
26 6
28 6
49 6
57 6
Statistics may be poor, but shift of 32 stands out. With only 62 letter message and 32 letter code it may not be possible do decode it.
There are codes that deliberately distort these basic methods, to make decoding more difficult.

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