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Rendlesham forest binary code decoded

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 03:22 AM
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Even if aliens were using binary which is possibly understandable, why would they choose 8 bit groupings that map to an ascii table that is unintuitive for a non computer?

for example they would have to have a grouping of 8 binary characters that equal 65 (1000001) to get a capital 'A' or 97 (1100001) to get a lower case 'a'.

ASCII Table

Wouldn't they be MUCH more likely to start at decimal 1 for A if they were aware of our alphabet?




posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 03:36 AM
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Originally posted by AngelHeart
I would like to see the process used of decoding the binary code into legible English. But seeing Wilcock towards the end of the video doesn't help its credibility. Still, very intriguing.


All you need to do is find the first marker. I'm pretty sure that if some intelligence is far enough to communicate in binary, they will not waste their time by sending a message in a language we wouldn.t be able to understand/translate.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 04:14 AM
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Originally posted by Jademonkey2k
But were talking 30 years ago. There were very few people back then who knew what binary code was let alone have the knowledge to actuly write/convert it. From a techie point of view im just saying that it would have been very very dificult to do back then.


I disagree. I remember my Dad had a Commodore PET back when they first came out (1977). I still have the Pet manual which lists the petscii (Commodore version of ascii), plus ascii charts were regularly printed in the numerous computer magazines that were popular at the time. It's quite easy to convert ascii to binary 30+ years ago, even for a non-techie.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 04:16 AM
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Hi

Logic circuits were being taught back in the 80's. So ditto binary maths.

Someone asked why 8 bit? well that was the way computers worked then.

If you want to relay a message why not use binary? the computer languages are after all universal.

As for the content for his 'vision', who knows whether it is truely a message or delusion?

As the guy said himself. 'Life changeing experiences change your life'. He certainly had that and over the years I have seen no evidence that points to fraud in their case.

The one thing I have noted is a couple of times on the show they say six pages of binary and even on a note book thats a lot more than flashed up on the screen.

So those of you trying to decipher any message may just be wasteing your time.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 04:19 AM
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I also copied part of the binary code that can be seen in "Ancient Aliens" and the result is

EXPLORATIONOGHUMANITY
0942532N13131269WCONTI)¦S¦

UO USUFO RPLANETARY ADVAN9


Jim did some line break for the last line. Sometimes he also made spaces for a character.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 04:41 AM
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There are several facets to all this that must be looked at, the supposed craft itself,
the message and the possible motives of sending this craft to that location.

When the story first came to light, the main theme of discussion was that this object
may have been a probe checking possible nuclear missiles being stored at the base and
it was assumed that IF the incident occurred, the theme was a 'nuts & bolts' story to prove
that we're being checked over for harmful weapons.

If the alledged encounter played out as the witnesses reported, there was at no point any
impression that this was a 'delivery incident'... the ship had come down in a wood and the witnesses
had gone to see what had happened, not lured or called to.

Deputy Base Commander Colonel Charles Halt kept this supposed secret for many years after
the incident and one must wonder why. I know in the programme, he indicates an uncertainty of
the supposed information he was holding and seems to feel he had been 'chosen'
This smacks of someone who wishes to be back in the centre of attention and either he contacted
The History Channel... (which I personally consider a pure-entertainment channel!)... or the channel
producers asked for further information from him.

Now we move to the idea that this craft can send a message through touch -to a species that may
or may not have the ability to store 'ESP'-like information and offers that message in a language that
present-day technology must be used to translate it... no cornfields this time.

If the craft is part of a 'monitoring plan' of this planet, then I'm sure the creators of the dark-sheer
sided probe would have chosen a better way to communicate to the human that meets the ship.

What if the craft 'leaked' the information to Halt...? then we move into areas of discussion where we
look at the ability of 'memory-connecting' materials that can also be used as tough exterior skin for
space-travelling machines... not a secure way of collating information by intruding on other species
and races.

Why not visual images? Why offer a human a subconcious message that isn't a natural language
that the species can pass on and spread the message... was this the goal? Or was it as said above,
a leaked message.

Now, why coordinates of a fabled isle in the Atlantic? Why do we always run screaming waving our
hands in the air towards fairy stories and yarns of disproven lands? I agree that the leap to accept
the so-called coordinates is large one ... and I find the idea of being able to send mental images
via touch and the need to give human number-structured coordinates seem a litlle too much like
something out of a movie...
Then why land in Suffolk, England? Why not land in Galway Bay or ACTUALLY alight on the island?!!

I personally think someone is pulling someone's chain here... the clue to me is in one of the counter
-reports of the incident. This may seem a little out of left-field, but one researcher into the supposed
event believed that the soldiers and officers misinterpretated the beam from a nearby lighthouse and
I found an interesting reference in a peom regarding 'Hy-Brasil'

''... Look towards that flaming crescent -- look beyond that glowing space --
Tell me, sister of the angels, what is beaming in thy face?"

Just a thought!
edit on 2-1-2011 by A boy in a dress because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 05:29 AM
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That depends whether it was american EIA code, or European ISO code, whether it had parity bits or not, etc.
i think i can decode this a zillion different ways & make it mean anything i want to......
If there is any coherent text coming out, then it would certainly be in English, as ET's would see that most
broadcasts are in this language, it's also very handy for international communication, as used by pilots etc.
I don't know what to make of this, i will definitely have to do some digging

Cool thread.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:08 AM
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to me it makes sense.it sounds logical and the two air force men are credible.so i would like to think
the effort and time and research they put into this they just might be right.also even if they are not
i believe they encountered a ufo.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:17 AM
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I found binary code interpenetration of EXPLORATIONOGHUMANITY intriguing.
My thought is from a medical prospective. If this is meant to say Exploration on Humanity, it would be like me saying Exploratory surGery on a patient. A rather chilling perspective.
And this exploratory surgery is for what? Advancement of Urth(Earth)



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:32 AM
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if this message was from aliens to this man , I think they should have printed it out for him at that time and it would have been more believable , I mean come on 12 pages of binary code
? how on earth could he have memorized all those numbers.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:35 AM
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That's all very good, but before attempting to decipher the substance of the message recieved, perhaps it's wiser to make sure the message is real first.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:50 AM
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What most people are failing to understand is. Ireland is a very old-country with a very old-history. It has so many countless legends of weirdness and strangeness events, and many of these legends stretch back to a time, that is thousands and thousands of years old, in fact way before the Irish race or 'Gaels' arrived to the shores of the island of Ireland even.

I personally have a strong-feeling the binary- code is legit piece of information!

Of all the places 'Jim' could have picked for those co-ordinates, if he is hoaxing it, he picked an area of the world that only has reference in the annals of Celtic mythology mainly. It said, the Tuatha de dannann 'Vallée' called them Fairies seen during the medieval times, went to this Island after fighting a war in Ireland against an army that arrived from Spain many thousands of years ago in our past. The army was led by a Spanish -king called Milesus and his people were called the Milesians. it suggested "keltic Tribes" and the "Celts" are perhaps descendants of this unknown- people only talked about in legend.

The legends of the "Tuatha de dannann" race extend right back before the rise of the Roman Empire. I'm from Ireland, and I have been researching my nations folklore for a couple of years on and off. It so vast these legends that would take years for someone to understand it all, and most of these legends are not really known about about outside of my country believe or not!

Most people in America have heard of the wee-people and the Leprauchaun? These legends are mostly likely not true in the literal sense (* the little man with the green uniform minding his little gold pot under the ground. But the legends handed down through the generation by the Celts do speak to people of small-stature and tall-stature and giants people over 7foot tall or more and these people if they were people like us were living in Ireland long-ago way before-recorded written history. That I have no doubt personally. The evidence is overwhelming people are not even aware there is four to five books created in the 11 and 13th century-by monks of the christen church that talk about races 7 to exact three can be traced to specific countries on this planet, the other four nothing forgotten, all we have is the weird legends of their existence, considered today to be just fiction not reality. Historians are of the believe these books were only cataloging legends of Ireland's past never believing any of these legends could have any truth to them. Until the 17th century lot of people viewed these legends as an accurate picture of events on this Island, but mainstream Historians are totally completely dismissive of many of these legends, because the battle descriptions could not be accurate with our understanding of the planets past.

Just to clarify in one such Book called the "Book of Invasions" it called a different name in Irish but it just easier for English readers by translating, large parts of the wording of it are also in latin. It was composed in the 11century AD by christen-monks. It talks about places battles marriages whole range of stuff and all different races that settled on this island in the ancient past. I believe there 8 or 9 different races or people The three strangest ones are the "Formori" giants or wee people not sure the descriptions are vague the Fir-Bolg and the most famous of the three the Tuatha de dannann the legendary inhabitants of Hy-Brazil the Celts described described them as a beautiful race with blonde hair extremely stronger build and were called-Demi-Gods as they were extremely advanced society that had the power of flight ability to do magic and do all kinds of crazy stuff that would make no sense to us, legend says they might not be of earthly origin, but that is just part of the legend.

I'd could write all day about this folklore,but came here only to remind people here some mysteries do still remain undiscovered! All I ask before you people shout down Jim as a liar, remember modern ufology holds some vital- clues to origins.

My personal opinion some of the beings seen, and observed by eyewitnesses coming out of UFO'S or going into objects that fly away. The descriptions of the entity seen do match up with the 'Tuatha De Dannann' legends of the past.

I'm not going to convince everyone to what I say,so take or leave the information i provided you decide!



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 06:51 AM
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I am curious.
Does anyone know if the pages of code have been looked at by an expert to date the ink.
Forensic guys could tell if the ink matches the date of the ink penned when Halt kept his notes of the night in question.
I know it doesn't prove anything. But the other guy when telling his story says that someone identified it as binary back then. Meaning they knew it had some significance and were not completely in the dark thinking it was jiberish.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:11 AM
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Originally posted by sparrowstail
I am curious.
Does anyone know if the pages of code have been looked at by an expert to date the ink.
Forensic guys could tell if the ink matches the date of the ink penned when Halt kept his notes of the night in question.
I know it doesn't prove anything. But the other guy when telling his story says that someone identified it as binary back then. Meaning they knew it had some significance and were not completely in the dark thinking it was jiberish.


I remember reading yesterday, that an ink and paper dating test was done on the notebook pages, for the History Channel. The results confirmed their date. But I cant remember what forum I read that in - sorry.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:12 AM
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Can you give us some references? I'd like to read up on this folklore. My wife's family is Irish and her grandmother told her a lot of tales of the Tuath de Danann.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 07:59 AM
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Originally posted by Larryman

Originally posted by sparrowstail
I am curious.
Does anyone know if the pages of code have been looked at by an expert to date the ink.
Forensic guys could tell if the ink matches the date of the ink penned when Halt kept his notes of the night in question.
I know it doesn't prove anything. But the other guy when telling his story says that someone identified it as binary back then. Meaning they knew it had some significance and were not completely in the dark thinking it was jiberish.


I remember reading yesterday, that an ink and paper dating test was done on the notebook pages, for the History Channel. The results confirmed their date. But I cant remember what forum I read that in - sorry.


I agree with Larryman on this one... It just seems the technology is there for this to at least be looked into. I mean this is huge in any case, so to at least look into all the possibilities of a hoax is reason enough.

sparrowstail, if you can find where you found that out, if you really did see it somewhere else would be greatly appreciated.
edit on 2-1-2011 by believerofgod because: I hit the reply button by accident. Sorry, first response.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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Originally posted by Smugallo
In all the details I've ever heard of the rendelsham forest incident, I have never once heard of the binary numbers. It's fascinating I admit, but I have a hard time wondering why potential ET's / Inter Terrestrials would use binary to code a message in English! My belief in the witnesses of the incident compels me to believe what I'm seeing is true, but I'm guessing it's to good to be....


I'm not sure i believe Hy Brazil exists, and if this myth of a magical disappearing and reappearing 'island' were based in some fact, i'd be inclined to think that it was a huge, sometimes submerged craft, rather than an actual island.

There are numerous reports, even in the last couple of years, of massive UFO's of several miles in size...it's possible that the magical island, full of good men and pure women, was/is an USO.

But in any case..

I've seen your question asked several times now, not just on ATS, and to be honest...i can't see what the problem is. Many, many reports over the years of people interacting with UFO's and their occupants, always have the ET conversing with the human either verbally, or more usually via telepathy...but *always* in the humans native language.

Why is it such a stretch to accept that a species (or multiple species) capable of interstellar or dimensional travel and all of the advancement that would need to go hand in hand with achieving this feat, can converse in multiple dialects and languages?

Our worldwide TV and radio signals (multiple languages) have been broadcast into space for around 100 years, that means any ET within 100 light years would be receiving them. Even the Voyager spacecraft sent from Earth carry golden discs each with 55 human languages and messages from Jimmy Carter and others.

It's not really surprising that any ET species capable of the technological feats ascribed to them, would be able to converse with those they visit in their own languages is it?



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:09 AM
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There are word to binary converters. For example, I can write a phrase out like: "We are here to abduct humans" and convert it into the binary 010101110110010100100000011000010111001001100101001000000110100001100101011100100110010100100000011101000110111100100000011000010110001001100100011101 01011000110111010000100000011010000111010101101101011000010110111001110011

Then, if I really wanted to, I could make up some elaborate premise about how a series of confusing numbers entered my mind in a dream, after detailing a dream that sounded very much like an abduction scenario.

Now, that isn't to say the guy's claim was fabricated or anything, I was just pointing out the fact that it can be.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:13 AM
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Thanks for this. Something seems strange about how this all has come about. If it all points to ET visitation I think THEY can fiddle with our minds like we fiddle with an Etch-a-Sketch. As far as why binary code, I say why not? Its mathematically based relatively simple way of conveying a message. The coordinates thing pointing to a lost advanced civilization is fascinating. Who knows what the vehicle they saw was intended to do. Perhaps a scout ship or probe to gather info. Impossible to say when dealing with alien agendas if such is the case.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 08:15 AM
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Originally posted by arbitrarygeneraiist
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There are word to binary converters. For example, I can write a phrase out like: "We are here to abduct humans" and convert it into the binary 010101110110010100100000011000010111001001100101001000000110100001100101011100100110010100100000011101000110111100100000011000010110001001100100011101 01011000110111010000100000011010000111010101101101011000010110111001110011

Then, if I really wanted to, I could make up some elaborate premise about how a series of confusing numbers entered my mind in a dream, after detailing a dream that sounded very much like an abduction scenario.

Now, that isn't to say the guy's claim was fabricated or anything, I was just pointing out the fact that it can be.


If 'the binary message, scribbled in a note book was isolated and had no other corroborating witnesses or testimony from those entrusted to be intelligent and responsible enough to guard a nuclear weapons stockpile on UK soil, of the whole Rendlesham UFO incident (which went on for several days), then i would agree with you.

The mere fact that there were multiple witnesses who all more or less give the same or similar accounts of what they experienced, lends much more credence to 'the binary message', than would be ascribed to it, if it were just a guy scribbling binary code in a notebook on it's own.



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