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Anagram's I found. Just a coincidence, or something more?

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posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 05:49 PM
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'Above Top Decret' anagrams to 'Cave or best poet.'

'Below Top Secret' anagrams to 'Respect to bowel.' Ummm....ok


'Politics @ ATS ' anagrams to 'Stoical spit.'



[edit on 10-12-2006 by enjoies05]




posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 06:23 PM
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That was fun and interesting.
I did three variations of my name and this is what I got.

cry dire zinc

need icy sky

cheeky sanity

And ShadowEyes = easy showed

[edit on 10-12-2006 by ShadowEyes]



posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 06:25 PM
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If you download the trial version of their program, it will give you literally dozens and dozens of anagrams.

For "abovetopsecret" for example, it gave me 4652 anagrams


here's one "Ova protects ebe"

and "covert poet base"


This is fun.



[edit on 12/10/2006 by Mechanic 32]



posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 06:35 PM
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Originally posted by Mechanic 32
If you download the trial version of their program, it will give you literally dozens and dozens of anagrams.

For "abovetopsecret" for example, it gave me 4652 anagrams


here's one "Ova protects ebe"

and "covert poet base"


This is fun.



[edit on 12/10/2006 by Mechanic 32]


Thanks for the heads up, I was skeptical of downloading it.. just thought.. whats the point if I can just use the online version.. didn't know it gave more possibilities, thats cool.



posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 08:06 PM
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Oh, rats! I just found out you can only anagram ten words with this trial version.

Darn it!


And full version is $44.95 USD. Way too much for leisurely users.


[edit on 12/10/2006 by Mechanic 32]



posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 10:49 PM
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I love anagrams, they are so much fun.
It is amazing how often angrams will match a wider context of what is alreay known of a situation or a person.
There are heaps of free online anagram solvers, a google search will yield plenty of results.
wordsmith.org... this is a pretty good one though.
Interesting thread....made me wonder if these could be used as 'predictions' as well as revealing known information.



posted on Dec, 10 2006 @ 11:28 PM
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Originally posted by ilandrah....made me wonder if these could be used as 'predictions' as well as revealing known information.


That would actually be like the "Library of Babel", I believe it was called. In that Library were all the books that were ever printed, all the books that will be printed in the future. It's kind of like having a sequence starting with aaaaa.......to the end of the book. The second book would be aaaaaa.....b. The third aaaaa......c.

Until the last book zzzzzzz....z. Within that range sure enough, you WILL find the mysteries of the universe, who really shot JFK, The lotto numbers for all the lotteries ever to be played, secrets of the future, etc., etc.

But also within that library, would be all the false truths, trillions of lies, a bunch of gibberish. There would be so much irrelevant material, finding the true gems would be futile.


Also related to that (sort of) were the so called bible codes. There was some research done by various people into the bible. They took for instance every third, or fifth letter in the bible, and claimed that there were prophecies hidden within the bible. The major problem with that of course, they had'nt taken into consideration that the bible has gone through many translations, and since they did not work from original texts, their research was faulty.

But anyway, happy anagramming! Sorry to have strayed off-topic.



[edit on 12/10/2006 by Mechanic 32]



posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 03:43 PM
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Probably a very old thread I suspect but I was playing with anagrams myself and the results suprised me so much I had to search here to see if anyone else had already posted them.

I found them very strange they all seem to match the phrase I used to well for coincidence.

My results

phrase searched = United states of America

Results

Dine out, taste a Mac, fries.
I'm Castro-infatuated, see.
Face it: statue is no dream.
Made treaties count? As if!
Eat our fascist dementia.
Tasted fierce Osama unit.
Oi! France made its statue.
Meat, fat, no rice: USA's diet.
An armistice? To us, defeat!
A farce: same destitution.
A freedom at issue? ... Intact!
I mandate a fist to secure.
Fears education at times.
Most cities feature an ad.
Dare set automatic fines?
A fate came to industries.
M.I.T., a neat ace for studies.
I meet Arafat's seduction.
Atomic tests are fun idea!
Constitutes a media fear.
Canada tourist fees time.

The thing that amazes me is as sentences they all make sense and seem at least to me related.



posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 05:42 PM
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I tried my full name and the result is too hilarious not to post.

"I am a heroic, healing vulva."



posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 12:43 AM
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reply to post by tunin
 


Name:
Honestly Thick Ribbed Tormentor

Very interesting stuff.... Some of them seem beyond the ordinary.



posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 04:43 AM
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Very interesting thread indeed!

My 1st and last names revealed: "Darn! Lewd Flak."


Oh, and my Ex-Wife's full name was even better...

Rancidly lewd anathema


Most entertaining!

[edit on 11/20/2007 by Spacial_Hobo]

[edit on 11/20/2007 by Spacial_Hobo]



posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 02:25 PM
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This is fun, I had a play with it and got this

presidential candidate=Addicted, sane reptilian. lol

I'm gonna play some more.



posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 03:03 PM
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That the anagrams of famous people, places and things seem uncannily appropriate is no coincidence.

AnagramGenius.com has been around for years. About 5 years ago I was doing anagrams by hand and I found the site. They used to let you see the entire list of submitted anagrams.

One of the anagrams I submitted was for Whitney Houston: "Shut it now, Honey!". I remember this one because it was immediately moved up to the top spot. (The one it replaced was "Why the shouting?".)

Now it seems that, in order to view all of the submitted anagrams, you have to download a free trial version of their anagram generator. So now what we're seeing, when we type in a name or phrase, is what the site owners have decided was the best anagram of all the ones submitted.

And the one that shows today as the top anagram of Whitney Houston is still: "Shut it now, Honey!".


[edit on 20-11-2007 by Tuning Spork]



posted on Nov, 20 2007 @ 10:04 PM
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hahaha i hope i spelled his name right..

'osama bin laden'
anagrams to
'A damn alien S.O.B.'


lmao... sorry if someone else already posted it, i didnt read all the replies on this thread.




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