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## Here is how to get SANBORN

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## Another solution to K4

I would appreciate any help to solve this. I know my way of solving this is not elegant, but I believe Mr. Sanborn moved words and letters at random. This makes it almost impossible to solve. Here is another possible solution:

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## Reporting new information about Kryptos

In the cryptographic world, it is necessary to show your methodology in order to show that you have broken the code. Without that, what you have is wishful thinking.

Do you have a method that you used to extract the message?

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Hello,

I used the method and key listed in a post above. You will be able to get these words and possibly others (there are several unused letter). Reply or PM me if I can help you get to this solution. Here is a corrected solution number 2:

I will have to get better at posting, cutting and pasting, before I spell it all out. Marvyn

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I think you may have something, but I don't think you have quite solved it yet. The solution should more or less pop out at you. I also do not believe that what you have is going to be monoalphabetic substitution.

Good Luck.

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## Mist

solution text K4 first line: I NINE TEN 22 ETHC I

I(Eye) 1922 etCh One

Similar to Eye to Eye for T IS YOUR POSITION

A Reference to TuT in K4

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## Yes, Wonderful Things

FUULWDOREICI anagrams to ICWIDOREFUUL
CWIDOREFUUL parses to I C Wone DORE FUUL souns like
I C Wone DORE FUUL sounds like "Eye see won door full"

FUULWDORETHNNI anagrams to WNDOREFUULTHIN
WNDOREFUULTHIN parses to WN DORE FUUL THIN
WN DORE FUUL THIN sounds like "Wen door full thin[g]"

INITICUMUMLITLE
INITICUMUMLITLE parses to IN IT I C UM UM LITLE
N IT I C UM UM LITLE sounds like "In it eye see uhm uhm litTle"

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Originally Posted by TreeFinder
FUULWDOREICI anagrams to ICWIDOREFUUL
CWIDOREFUUL parses to I C Wone DORE FUUL souns like
I C Wone DORE FUUL sounds like "Eye see won door full"

FUULWDORETHNNI anagrams to WNDOREFUULTHIN
WNDOREFUULTHIN parses to WN DORE FUUL THIN
WN DORE FUUL THIN sounds like "Wen door full thin[g]"

INITICUMUMLITLE
INITICUMUMLITLE parses to IN IT I C UM UM LITLE
N IT I C UM UM LITLE sounds like "In it eye see uhm uhm litTle"
The above is the first four letters and the next line of K4

9. I'm going have to exclude anagrams fromt he 5000 twollar challange.

-Rusty

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Originally Posted by rdshackleford
I'm going have to exclude anagrams fromt he 5000 twollar challange.

-Rusty
So does "fromt he" mean you are starting to see the variable parsing of the text ?