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Whats up with weird cryptic pages like this

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posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 10:44 AM
This is a google cache of a page that seems to have nothing but weird words referenced in it. Some of them, oddly, are links to the home page of the site, which apparently sells horses.
I came across it while searching some conspiracy related terms. But I've seen weird pages like this before. What the heck are they? At first I thought that they were like having large blocks of random words in your page, so that anyone searching for something will be drawn to your page, and thus you get a higher number of site hits. But that would work if the words were on the page itself, not a seperate and distinct page. And surely it wouldnt' require links inside of it.

So, does anyone that knows about programming and web-design and the like know anything about this? Is it normal, or am I being, dare I say it...paranoid?

[edit on 8-1-2006 by Nygdan]

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 11:00 AM
link guess is those pages are used by secret goverment agencies to communicate in the open without being caught out in the dark......

Na', probably is just a ploy to get more hits the same way, by typeing a totally inconspicuos word, google can link you to a porn site,its just dirty marketing.

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 11:07 AM
It's possible that one would need a some kind of cypher tool with a cypher key in order to decrypt this web pages...which looks like non-sense...

maybe one should find out who own this website....

It's also possible to go into a Alter state as one tries to read and understand the words from that website...

[edit on 7-1-2006 by mwen]

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 11:53 AM
That's definately piqued my interest. I noticed right at the bottom of the page there's a series of links to, none of which work. Interesting that echelon should be mentioned. Also, if you go onto the main Kabardians page there's a series of dos and don'ts about travel in Russia...

I love and hate things like this, they get me so curious and i rarely ever find out what (if anything) they're all about.


posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 03:10 PM
That's how you scam search engines to get a higher ranking....

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 04:44 PM
Yeah... looks more like a way to combine hundreds of popular keywords for having more chances in being picked in search engines.

But it could be also an Echelon cache page, that contains a track of all the keywords related to one particular search or to a thrid party website (perhaps the horse website thing, or maybe this site is just a front for something more obscure). Anyways Google, to me, is a front for Echelon... or has become like that a few years ago. The guy at Cryptome disclosed many infos in the past about links between the Google servers and the NSA evesdropping infrastructure, as well as between the owners Google and Bush's neocon kabal. I suggest to you people to go browse on this site a little bit, it's worth reading.

But what is "Gambol Bill"??? Is it just a nonsense combination of words, or a secret code name for something... or someone? Anybody knows good ol' Gambol Bill? Ever took a beer with him?

P.S.: Ultracool avatar, UofCinLA!

[edit on 7/1/06 by Echtelion]

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 06:58 PM
My feeling is those sentences not making any sense are badly translated engrish. Because the author speaks Polish.

And the domain name is not a coincidence. The pun is likely intentional because the website write about computer security and IPsec, and guess from whom you have to get permission to create an IPsec tunnel from the USA to overseas countries... that's right, the NSA! You get the picture?

On the front page they talk about the discovery of the 42th mersenne number. The meaning of life, anyone? Anyway, mersenne prime is up to 43 now.

posted on Jan, 8 2006 @ 12:29 AM
a gambol is a 'game, a frolic' I was looking into the idea that one of the US national mints near san francisco had made a limited issue 21 dollar bill celebrating the Bohemian Club and their woodland "Gambols". Seems very odd that gambol and bill should occur together, but I am not even the least bit sure that any such thing ever existed.

If it is some sort of page that picks up and records search topics, perhaps my own search put the name there?

And why is it only available as a google cache, if it serves any of these functions, wouldn't it have to be there?

Nicely perplexing, interesting to see that other people are somewhat similarly perplexed.

[edit on 8-1-2006 by Nygdan]

posted on Jan, 8 2006 @ 04:47 AM
It seems that it is a code of some sort. I've seen pages such as this on before. I'll run it through a program and try (KEYWORD ) to crack it. Results will be posted as soon as I find out what it is if I can. Why run around with the cloak and dagger stuff when you can put it out in the open like this? IMHO, whomever posted it must have a lot of faith in their code source or this could have been put out there and the words just may be meaningless. Either way, I'll give it a shot.

posted on Jan, 8 2006 @ 05:15 AM
The sentences could have the same purpose as "Hidden Messages in Spam", it is used to trick spam filters into thinking that the page contains real content, while in fact it's just a computer generated index of spam links.

posted on Jan, 8 2006 @ 06:00 AM
Poland, Russia, Germany, France etc. are all normal countries for animal fanciers to travel between due to their obsession. That's why animal fancy is a great cover for 'spys'.

Travel the world, meet, deal and become close with people you would otherwise have no reason, justification or oppotunity to be 'involved with'. From Kings to assasins, they will all bow to someone who 'holds their breed in their hands', reguardless of what their 'day job' is.

Well I don't know why, I read the whole thing, and wandered around the site, but something/s (like but not only, the repeat of cetain names and words and portions that could be 'read') have just made me feel these folk don't just 'sell horses'.

But then again, listen to nothing I say, I'm very tied and hungry and just read an awfull lot of gibberish that made sence to me in the end.

P.S. I can't help but wonder how certain 'autstic' people would 'sort' this page. 'Programming' 'radom' people through 'vaccination' could be the key, if it ain't just the 'simple' explainations folk have offered.

P.P.S. Funny I was thinking about posting on "non-elecronic codes" today. Like the four lines on four sides of a rotary cloths hoist and the order of colours and types of things hung up; the old 'slave maps' worked onto quilts and hung out to air, for every passing runaway slave to 'read'; garden 'designs', well the ways of privately or selectivly communicating are endless. Remember the war days and women putting their box of OMO (on my own) washing detergent on the window sill, to entice lonely soldiers?

[edit on 8-1-2006 by suzy ryan]

posted on Jan, 8 2006 @ 07:00 AM
I believe I have an explanation.

Some search engines will rank websites by how many times they find the website linked from another source. This website has thousands of keywords used at random that will cause it to rise in rank and thus cause the website that it promotes with almost every link to rise in rank also.

The whole purpose of the page is to cause kabardians.zzz to get ranked higher by search bots.

Then again, that may be the intended perception of the page. It may very well be coded messages. Many of those words are terms that I've used recently in my searches and researching. I'm very near to exposing their conspiracy.

They may be on to me...

posted on Jan, 11 2006 @ 09:13 AM
At first, I thought that this page was just another one of those search engine baiters that the other posters have mentioned. But on a lark, I took a little deeper look, and even if that is what it is, there are a lot of strange aspects to it.

First, many of the words on there are mundane, and wouldn't really draw any extra hits: "shun" "cry" "me" "eschew" basically all common words that appear to be unlikely used in a search.

Next, many of the words are proper nouns with specific meanings. I won't list them all, but here are a few that I found that have possible "conspiratorial" or at least interesting ramifications and are interestingly close to other related words:
Amman: city in Jordan
Hakka: Chinese dialect
Himmler: Nazi (located near "Dresden")
Clinton: ex-president
"Argus Mizar": Argus is a mythological name, Mizar is a star in Ursa Major
Ymir: norse leader of the Frost Giants
Kubrick: probably director Stanley Kubrick, appears several times
Chaney: vice president
Clinton Mcknight: appears together, Clinton/McKnight is the songwriting team for Parliment Funkadelic.
and strangest of all (to me at least) is "Reeves" only one word away from "Breakneck"

I know that all of these are probably just coincidences and stretches of the imagination of my part. I think either the site really is more than it appears, or possible a prime example of how we in the conspiracy world sometimes read something into nothing.

posted on Jan, 11 2006 @ 09:40 AM
Perhaps the page some how taps into whats being searched for on google, and then logs some of the information in that page? Thereby generating pages of searched items (which are likely to be searched again)?

For a more out there idea, perhaps, if its coded information, it makes the frontspeice of the code up out of search entries, encoding information on the fly based on the incomming search entries?

But that seems rather odd.

posted on Jan, 11 2006 @ 10:58 AM

Originally posted by Nygdan
Perhaps the page some how taps into whats being searched for on google, and then logs some of the information in that page? Thereby generating pages of searched items (which are likely to be searched again)?

For a more out there idea, perhaps, if its coded information, it makes the frontspeice of the code up out of search entries, encoding information on the fly based on the incomming search entries?

But that seems rather odd.

In my mind, it very much reminded me of a type of mnemonic device I used in school to remember things, where the first letter of each word represented the first letter of the word I need to memorize. In that case the first paragraph would be:


Which could really be anything. IF it's a code (and that's a big IF), the repeated usage of possessives and interspersed links undoutablely would have mean something.

posted on Jan, 11 2006 @ 08:14 PM
There used to be posts like this all over Usenet and after 9/11, it was revealed that al Qaeda was using all those spam-filled newsgroups to post encoded messages. I don't go to Usenet much anymore, but the ones I used to see were very much like to the example you cited.

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