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Re: VMs: OT: You can't keep Bletchley vets down!
> This looks to me like initials, as are used (for
> example) in the
> booklets you sometimes see that remind Masons of the
> wording of
> their rituals. I'd guess Latin -- perhaps even a
> known tag.
> Perhaps something like "Ora Ut Omnia Veritas, Amor,
> Virtus Vincunt"[...]
Jim has got the right idea. You can't keep
Voynich MS Vets down either. Let's take up
the unintended challenge. Allright, our record
at solving ciphers is not quite up to the
Bletchley standard, but our two Jims at least
have chalked up 5 very famous ones that I know of,
some of them hundreds of years older than code
Therefore I would propose that everybody sends
to me (r_zandbergen@xxxxxxxxx) his or her own ideas
what the abbreviation could stand for and I
will summarise to the list before the end of
Better not to clog the list with endless
suggestions including quotes of all previous
suggestions..... (so don't just "Reply" to this
Looking forward to the fruit of your imagination,
which I know to be vast, from experience over
the years :-)
Summaries of earlier proposed solutions are
of course also welcome.
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