posted on Aug, 19 2004 @ 11:26 AM
The coding is
]url=(insert link here)[Link(or whatever other word you want to use)]/url[
except reverse the brackets, etc.
So if I was to link to abovetopsecret.com, it'd be
(but again, brackets reversed....)
BTW, there's an easy way around the cut and paste protection. Simply take a screenshot, then crop it down in Paint, save it as a gif or jpg, and
you're good to go, hehe... Also, the keyboard shortcuts sometimes work (Control C) when the right click doesn't....
Adamski (the one you mentioned as probably fake), is most assuredly so. Just look into him for about 3 minutes, and you'll be astonished people
bought his crap...
A lot of those from 'abductees' seem like combinations of english/arabic numerals, and alchemical symbols...and most are likely fake.
Some good examples of prehistoric code on some links though.
Voynich....I'd have to go with alchemical text here, though there is some evidence to point to fraud here (back in the day), I think it is somewhat
legit in that it does seem to include alchemical notes. Oddly enough, the text with the picture didn't mention the inclusion of fantasy creatures
and unknown plants, animals in the text....
[edit on 19-8-2004 by Gazrok]