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    Default Solving Kryptos is simple - past

    W.W.: "KRYPTOS speaks to a sense of place.You have captured much of what this agency is about."

    Solving CIA's KRYPTOS is SIMPLE; the clues are in The Agency's PAST.

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    Default Solving Kryptos - It's as simple as A-B-C

    Loose lips sink ships

    In an interview for WIRED in January 2005, Sanborn said that he confirmed that where in part 2 it says "Who knows the exact location? Only WW," that "WW" was intended to refer to William Webster.

    But later Sanborn said he did not tell Webster about K4, which meant Webster did not know the location.

    So the big question is who is the W.W.?

    Perhaps the best clue was a statement by "WW": "Kryptos speaks to a sense of place. "You have captured much of what this agency is about."

    Well, that's His-story. To solve the KRYPTOS mystery, perhaps the key to un-Locke the CIA's past is to look for WW's roots and follow it home using the Key words, ABSCISSA PALIMPSEST

    If so, then it is no coincidence that its angram is: It's as simple as A-B-C.

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    Default Solving Kryptos

    To see the PAST, it is SIMPLE: look in the Reverse Order of

    EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEOBKR
    UOXOGHULBSOLIFBBWFLRVQQPRNGKSSO
    TWTQSJQSSEKZZWATJKLUDIAWINFBNYP
    VTTMZFPKWGDKZXTJCDIGKUHUAUEKCAR

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    Default K4 in Reverse Order

    RKBO
    OSSKGNRPQQVRLFWBBLILOSBLUHGOXOU
    PYNBFNIWAIDULKJTAWZZKESSQJSQTWT
    RACKEUAUKGIGIDCJTXZKDGWKPFZMTTV

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    Default KRYPTOS - writing in the past

    CRYPTO - Marking or designator identifying COMSEC keying material used to secure or authenticate telecommunication carrying classified or sensitive U.S. Government or U.S. Government derived information. When written in all upper case letters, CRYPTO has the meaning stated above. When written in lower case as a prefix, crypto and crypt are abbreviations for cryptographic.

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    Default K4 - It is simple as ABC

    Abbreviations. You may be smart, intelligent, but youíre LOST if someone uses an abbreviation and you donít know where it comes from and what it means. Spies used them in the PAST when there were no mobile phones, no internet, and no e-mail sending opportunity.

    We use telephones and mobile phones to communicate. Telephones transmit electric signals over a complex telephone network. This technology allows almost anyone to communicate with almost anyone. The only problem is given by the fact that telephones can easily be eavesdropped. Eavesdroppers only need three things to perform the operation: a pickup device, a transmission link and a listening post. If someone has the above mentioned elements, it can become an eavesdropper.

    You can protect yourself against eavesdropping by using special knowledge terms - abbreviations for key words.

    Abbeviations can be initials of a person or place and their placement in a message can be significant. For example in K4, RK appears at the top of the Reverse Order of K4. RK can refer to the first HEAD director of the CIA, Admiral R.K. Hillenkoetter. Under RK is OSS. OSS is the abbreviation of Office of Strategic Services, which was the basis of the CIA.

    It is simple as ABC and can be as useful as it was in the past.



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    Default K4 - Looking in the Past - Reverse Order

    Abbreviations Mixed with Transpositions create more complexity for the enemy and yet simple for an agent who may have lost the cipher key. For example:

    WBBLILTAWZCJTX appears in the center of the Reverse Order K4. An agent in OSS or early years of the CIA would recognize the jumbled terminology.

    WBBLIL refers to "Wild Bill" Donovan, the first head of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) during World War II. From that clue an agent can follow the pattern of RH and OSS and deduce the rest of the message:
    WILD BILL WAZ AT CJ TX. In 1912, Donovan formed and led a troop of cavalry of the New York State Militia, that in 1916 served on the U.S.-Mexico border in the Pancho Villa campaign.

    AIDULK may refer to Bill's traveling to Europe, where he aided efforts to get food to people in neutral nations after America entered the war. ULK - "Unaligned Kountries"

    FBN (NBF) - Federal Bureau of Narcotics - refer to roles of the FBN, OSS and CIA that overlapped during Bill's postwar career.

    In the bottom left corner of Reverse Order K4 is RA. RA is abbreviation of RIGHT ANGLE.

    And that means we are looking at a triangle, and that is as simple as A-B-C.

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    Default The Kryptos RIGHT Triangle

    TRIANGLE RACKEUAU
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    Default Layer Two

    "No, [Sheidt] doesn't know the solution. I made that very clear that I didn't want him to be able to decipher what's going on ... that I'd be modifying systems and developing my own, which would make it virtually impossible for him to decipher all of it. I intended the 80 percent (of the text) that's been deciphered to be deciphered and to be deciphered in stages and relatively quickly. The final part is obviously the, you know, the apex of the pyramid there." - Excerpt from interview in Wired Magazine.

    "No, [Kryptos does not deal with covert obsolescence]. Not that it doesn't say something about clandestine trade craft. A lot of the work deals with secrecy and ... the modus operandi of spies -- how they operate, how they turn sources and things like that. Even the [other] pieces at the agency that are in the courtyard -- stone layers that have encoded text on them -- sort of dealt with secrecy as an entity, which has existed through time for eons and generations. Cave people [for example] keeping secret their methods of killing a mammoth or something like that." - Excerpt from interview in Wired Magazine.


    Two slabs on either side of the pond teaming with life each have four layers of stone. Nearby a kite or shield-shaped stone flat to the ground has a pyramid design on one of its corners. A set of two strata layers in the courtyard form a line that points directly to the copperplate where they sink below the ground. This coincides with a second set of two strata layers near the sidewalk of the entrance that forms a parallel line to the one in the courtyard. These lines are virtually invisible. Sanborn stated that he was disappointed that these two sets were not placed to perfectly coincide as intended.

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    Default The Pyramid and Kite - Layer Two

    Langley Know About This ? They Should Its Buried Out There.
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