Here’s an intriguing musical cryptogram for you courtesy of Qaiwolf on Fark.com (comment #50 at the bottom of this page). Don’t know where he/she got it from, but I’m sure you’ll appreciate it. Can you decipher its hidden meaning?

May not be as tricky as you think! 🙂

5 thoughts on “Musical cryptogram for you…

  1. Vytautas on February 11, 2010 at 3:06 pm said:

    Music of Kamasutra 🙂

  2. Vytautas: When full-on Cipher Mysteries readers consult the Kama Sutra they skip straight to chapter 45 where it describes mlecchita-vikalpa, the art of secret writing. But after that, they put their trust in serendipity (particularly in illustrated editions). 🙂

  3. To be still more subtle, they could have posed this as a math problem: http://xkcd.com/487/

  4. Here’s 2 more –

    From a Loyalist Lady to Charles II – c.1650

    The writing says “Tho I scorn to fawn or flatter yet my heart is ever true all inconcious of the matter you reject a prize your due take me try me when you will faithful you will find me still.”

    Duc D’Harve au Duc de Lorges – 1801

  5. AZBO VMS book started to reveal secrets about voynich manuscript since the begining of this month . messages through its cover . expect more…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Post navigation