Delia Mitrofan

Delia Mitrofan

Delia Mitrofan
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Creating a Puzzle Box

Creating a Puzzle Box

Secret Code  Activity Puzzles

Secret Code Activity Puzzles

Xtras

Xtras

Blitz Ciphers - tree page    Cipher Mysteries:    A few weeks ago, some new ciphertexts pinged on my Cipher Mysteries  radar: the story goes that they had been found just after WWII in wooden  boxes concealed in the wall of an East London cellar that German  bombing had exposed. Hence I’ve called them “The Blitz Ciphers”, but  they’re probably much older than the 1940s…

Blitz Ciphers - tree page Cipher Mysteries: A few weeks ago, some new ciphertexts pinged on my Cipher Mysteries radar: the story goes that they had been found just after WWII in wooden boxes concealed in the wall of an East London cellar that German bombing had exposed. Hence I’ve called them “The Blitz Ciphers”, but they’re probably much older than the 1940s…

Table of Runic Futhorcs, Latin Ciphers and Cryptic Alphabets in St. John’s MS 17 folio 5v.  An early 12th century English manuscript copy of a work by the late Anglo-Saxon monk Byrhtferth (Byrhtferð)

Table of Runic Futhorcs, Latin Ciphers and Cryptic Alphabets in St. John’s MS 17 folio 5v. An early 12th century English manuscript copy of a work by the late Anglo-Saxon monk Byrhtferth (Byrhtferð)

This is the key to solving those weird symbols in the theme song (see other post of dipper)

This is the key to solving those weird symbols in the theme song (see other post of dipper)

ANCIENT ALPHABET

ANCIENT ALPHABET

writing-system:  Alchemic SymbolsAnnibal BarletParis, 1657 Source

writing-system: Alchemic SymbolsAnnibal BarletParis, 1657 Source

Ancient sumerian writing.

Ancient sumerian writing.

BIND RUNES: We see a lot of confusion with Post-Viking age symbology, in particular with the Icelandic staves. Whilst the staves may include runes, not all of them do. So whilst some may be classified as "bind runes", others are staves or symbols in their own right.   This image shows a variety of symbols, all that have been commonly described as "bind runes". However, only 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15 are bind runes.

BIND RUNES: We see a lot of confusion with Post-Viking age symbology, in particular with the Icelandic staves. Whilst the staves may include runes, not all of them do. So whilst some may be classified as "bind runes", others are staves or symbols in their own right. This image shows a variety of symbols, all that have been commonly described as "bind runes". However, only 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15 are bind runes.