THE COPIALE CIPHER: The Rosicrucian cipher that required a modern computer to break The Copiale cipher

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Immanuel Velikovsky, without whom we would know nothing.

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The following is from a Wired Magazine article entitled “They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society” by Noah Shachtman, dated November 16, 2012.

The main thing historians in Wolfenbüttel knew about the group was that it was led by a count named Friedrich August von Veltheim, who died in April 1775. Like many aristocrats of his day, he belonged to multiple secret societies, including an Order of the Golden Poodles, which likely sounded as goofy back then as it does today. But in his will, his Oculist heirlooms merited special instructions. He had locked all of the Oculists’ objects in a leather trunk and ordered his son to make sure the seals remained unbroken until the local duke (or one of the duke’s descendants) said otherwise.

Wired.com, They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside by Noah Shachtman, November 16, 2012.

Note that Friedrich August von Veltheim died the year before the establishment of the Illuminati.

…Önnerfors grew surprised too as he continued to plumb the Copiale. In the midst of the descriptions about Oculist rituals, the document took a narrative turn. It described a meeting of “a few good friends” who talked about people’s desire to “know something only because it needs to be kept secret.” The friends decided to use this curiosity to play a little prank. They set up a fraternity and “would agree immediately as they would like to pretend that a great secret would be behind their unification.” They called this farce, this hoax, this grand psychological experiment Freemasonry. In other words, the Oculists were making an outrageous claim: that they founded Freemasonry … as a joke.

That certainly wasn’t true, but at the very least the Oculists seemed to be watching Freemasonry’s every move. Starting on page 27 and continuing for the remaining 78 pages, the cipher detailed the rituals performed by the highest degrees of the Masonic order—rites unknown to ordinary Masons at the time. Nothing was omitted from the Copiale’s descriptions of these top-level rituals. Not the skulls. Not the coffins. Not removal of undergarments nor the nooses nor the veneration of Hiram Abiff, builder of the Great Temple of Jerusalem, whose decomposed body became the alchemical emblem for turning something rotten into something miraculous and golden.

Wired.com, They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside by Noah Shachtman, November 16, 2012.

Current website: The Great Enlightened Society of Oculists


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Allegorical painting of Queen Elizabeth I with figures symbolizing Father Time and Death (c. 1610) [Credit: Wikimedia Commons]

 

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