Started by Stellar, June 02, 2020, 06:57:35 AM
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QuoteIn cryptography, a scytale (/ˈskɪtəliː/; also transliterated skytale, Ancient Greek: σκυτάλη skutÃ¡lē "baton, cylinder", also σκύταλον skÃºtalon) is a tool used to perform a transposition cipher, consisting of a cylinder with a strip of parchment wound around it on which is written a message. The ancient Greeks, and the Spartans in particular, are said to have used this cipher to communicate during military campaigns.
Quote from: Stellar on June 02, 2020, 06:57:35 AMDear Ball Gag Faeries, **You know all these shenanigans [...] I know very little [...] I'm inclined to think [...] into a conspiracy with these folks. What I do know about [...] maybe Freemasons, Illuminati and elites [...] money not often brains [...] maybe this is why [...] contain military secrets. *I have used [...] I don't doubt [...] What I'm stating is it is [...] as hard as that is to be true. Reply and tell me if you have and trouble with the setup or instructions on how decode this from Russian to English.
Quote from: Stellar on June 02, 2020, 06:57:35 AMAnyway, if you are interested and I know some of you are
Quote from: Stellar on June 02, 2020, 06:57:35 AMI don't doubt that I have uncovered some info of its content