The webpage is interesting to say the least. It has a variety of cryptography displayed in an array of methods ranging from Arc4, Enigma, AES, DES,
Caesar, Playfair, Pigpen, text conversions, literary ciphers, visual cryptography and a new kind of encryption method the internet seems to know
nothing about - psychological cryptography. The site itself (42doctors.strangled.net), in its original form was previously hacked - a new version of
the site recently popped back up 06/09/16 and seems to have the same message but bigger and louder. There is however a sense of clarity to the overall
message the website conveys regarding how it stands against a kind of extreme Christian terror network called the Underground Church. It even cites
articles on WikiLeaks as evidence for the existence of what it calls, "a Christian secret society terrorist organization" and even lays claim that
this group designed the cryptographic viral video 11BX-1371. Having several video presentations on the subject to "reach out to the public" it
claims in hopes to spread the message that a biological weapons attack by this Christian terror group is scheduled around Christmas time before 2024
sometime - the website purports a following dedicated to exposing information said to have originated from Russian Federation sources via the deep
web. Whether or not anyone has been able to fully decipher the website is unknown however there are what appear to be several people actively
attempting it. They are even organizing against these Christian terrorists and planning methods to expose their ill-reasoned intentions through
various forms. Since this forum is for interesting websites I thought I'd share.
Website in question: 4224doctors.blogspot.com... [4224doctors.blogspot.com]
The name to access the website is: "Dan"
(Any other entry will forward you to Reddit.com)
This is the presentation the website links to its 1hr 20min long and full of interesting information:
This content community relies on user-generated content from our member contributors. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.