Ciphers are the name of this game. Decode and name the ciphers. This uses a very well known over-complicated cipher. Here is a example.

SILE**N**CE IS THE V**I**RT**UE** O**F** F**OO**LS

this next one was made by me but I talked about it in a much earlier post check around the archives.

75,30,65 57,25,31,64,38,13 33,44,32,70 61,26,29,58

Oh this cipher is very well known

EHHQ DURXQG VLQFH E.F.

I’ll just give you those three for now answer in a week

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A. Bacon; says Bacon. Solution= check out bacon cipher and then look at it. the bolds are B’s and the regulars are A’s. Group them into 5′s and decipher.

B. Lamentations code; says You should know this. Based on the third chapter of Lamentations which has a pattern of verses 1,2,3 in Hebrew starting with Alef (the first letter) verses 4,5,6 with Bet and so on till Tau I just reformatted it into English. Solution= round the number up to the nearest multiple of 3 (unless it is a multiple of three) and divide by three. 1-A 2-B 3-C to 26-Z with your answer. Apply with a bacon cipher or a substitution cipher ans its incredibly hard to decipher.

C. Ceaser cipher; says been around since B.C. the Ceaser shift cipher has been around long but not successfully. Julius Ceaser gave it up because a suspected traitor knew it and could intercept messages. You decide how many times to shift the alphabet so no Shift is a-a b-b c-c ect. A shift of one is a-b b-c c-d to z-a. A shift of 2 is a-c b-d c-e to y-a z-b. Clever but easily deciphered. Solution= Try the shifts. 1 makes no sense 2 is same but 3 makes legible words. If you know it’s Ceaser shift then it’s easy to crack.