An example of deciphering text..
The table: it consists of the Arabic letters that were used 2000 years ago, way before Islam. It is believed that this Arabic letter system was
inspired from Hebrew.. Each letter is given a value, 1-10 increasing by one, and then 100-1000 increasing by 100..
The order of these letters is still known to many historians and people who deal with linguistics.. The numbers equivalent to each letter come from
Hebrew numerology substituted by Arabic letters instead of the original Hebrew..
The table looks like this, starting from right to left of course..
Nothing secret here so far, just a 2000 year old letter order that is not used anymore, and assigned with numbers from the Hebrew system of
I chose a script which I have not mentioned earlier, to do two things at once.. which is show you more texts, and to demonstrate deciphering some
Text name: "The Great Magic of Moroccans"
Author: UNKNOWN, handwritten
Notice the numbers in the red box? That's a new section name that has been encrypted.. Why? I am not sure, I am here to find out more and more with
The numbers are (from right to left in the text, from left to right here):
The **average** reader of that book WON'T KNOW that this is scrambeled text, this is because THE CALLS TO JIN/BEINGS INVOLVED SO MANY NUMBERS TOO!
The average reader would think that this combination of numbers is a "talisman" that you have to write somewhere, or that means things only to the
NOTE: NONE of the texts that use this type of encryption, or any other occult/spiritualism/astrology books mention anything about that table..
Let's try to substitute the numbers and their values of letters from the table..
70 "the letter Ayn"
70 "letter Ayn"
The first line would be "Bab Fe AlShjrh AlNo'manea"
Meaning: "A doorway to the Nomanic Tree"
The second would be " Fe E'elm AlSemea"
Meaning: "In the science of Semea"
A second example..
Text name: "The magic of Shamans in bringing the Jinn"
Author: the fake author "Abdul Fatah Sayed Al-Tokhy"
Info: collection of texts reprinted after being scrambled.. (NOTICE THE RED BOX)
The lower section of this page is called "The Swear of Eblis/Satan"..
The text describes what you should do and what you should say, and the call to the beings/Jinn and then it tells you the incense is
If we put it together in Arabic: "Qtnah Mne"
Which translates to: "A cotton of Semen"..
I can see that all that is scrambeled is either something that sounds very secret, or something that is too suspicious to be read by the average
person.. This goes with the fact that these texts are shaded in the way they are written to make them seem "fine" or "religious"..
Apparently, there's something here going on in these texts.. If the printing people of the second book didn't wish to go into trouble.. then why
would the anonymous person who wrote "The greater majic of Moroccans" with his own pen and paper scramble some things the same way?
Assuming that the second book was a little scrambled so that it makes it to sidewalks or to avoid execution.. Then why would a person writing
something for himself/his friend scramble text that when deciphered reveals something that appears to be great?
That is only a small question which pushes me more and more..