Boy, there has been a lot of talk about “13” lately. #POTUS included:
He’s been repeating the number for days now, actually:
But what does 13 really refer to?
P is 13 letters away from C.
M is the 13th letter of the alphabet…
ROT = Rotation.
A reference to a Rotation cipher?
Rotation ciphers are simple substitution ciphers, where the interval shows how many letters you shift over.
So if it was a ROT-1, A becomes B, B becomes C, etc.
A ROT-2, A becomes C, B becomes, D.
You get the point.
A ROT-13 cipher is nice, because it splits the alphabet right down the middle, meaning it works both forward and backwards.
So a ROT-13 cipher is 13 shifts. C becomes P, and P becomes C.
So many of us #anons think that Q has been asking us to decode a particular stringer, in order to unlock that information.
To that end, Legionary EvilWulf contributed a little Windows program he whipped up in his spare time, which he’s calling QCipher.
QCipher is a neat little 24kb app that will automatically apply a ROT-13 cipher to whatever string you input.
Haha, that ROT-25! QDUNKS!
YOU GOT THAT RIGHT!!
Now, it’s always a little dicey when someone you’ve never met in real life suddenly presents you with a software download, but EvilWulf has been around for a while now, and he was nice enough to let me perform a code-audit on the program. I also did a virus scan and I haven’t had any problems with it, so, if you trust my due-diligence, give the program a shot. And I think it’s a really timely, useful download, considering some of the chatter I’ve been seeing lately. I think this will end up being a really useful piece of software for anons here.
UPDATE: Okay, because I got a comment accusing me of mixing up an antivirus scan with a code audit – I will say this.
I mean exactly what I said. I did BOTH.
Here’s an excerpt as proof:
I’ll let EvilWulf publish everything as Open Source if he wants. That’s not my decision to make. But I am sharing this excerpt to show – yes – I really did do a code audit, and yes, it looked safe to me.
Okay, with that out of the way:
The only question that remains, then, is what stringer are we supposed to decode with this ROT-13 program?
#Anon thinks he has a lead – but fair warning – this is where it gets quite tricky.
Now, Anon here is using ROT-5 for numbers, and ROT-13 for letters. And he REALLY could have tried to explain this better, because right now, it’s almost indecipherable, but… I’ll try my best:
The Q post one 12/21 is referencing back to 12/19.
Here’s the plain text of 12/21:
News unlocks Map.
Future proves past.
POTUS Tax Bill Speech (learn (22)(2+2_)).
AT&T Diverted Capital Home.
And here’s the plain text of 12/19:
Q(That first gap is 13 spaces, then the f, then 3 spaces, btw).Anon takes the first two lines from 12/19
21_[ f ]_SEQ1239
He then uses ROT-5 on the numbers, so 1239->6784
He then condenses those numbers with addition:
6+7+8+4 = 25
2+ 5 = 7
He then places that 7 back into the sequence, leaving us with:
21_[ f ]_SEQ7
If you then run 9-ZBA through a ROT-13 transform, you get 4-MON.
That leaves us with:
21_[ f ]_SEQ7
After that, it looks like (but I’m not 100% certain) he’s taking the SEQ7 from line 21 and and placing it within line 22.
That gives us something that looks like this:
After that, admittedly, I get lost with his logic.
Monday, 6/4/2018 is a the next Monday we have coming up. If there is anything related to “FREE 7,” we know we have a real lead here.
But now you see how this can get so tricky.
It looks like Q wants to use stringers to guide us to assemble a kind of code, which we can then pop into a 13-ROT cipher, and hopefully it will spit back something intelligible and meaningful.
That’s going to be the bread and butter here: assembling the stringers in a way that’s correct.
So the tasks before us are as follows:
ASSEMBLE THE STRINGERS.
DECODE THE STRINGERS.
REPORT BACK WITH ANY FINDINGS.
Q keeps saying we have so much more than we know. And given all the “coincidences” surrounding “13” we’ve seen of late, this seems like a very promising path forward to unlock what Q says we already have.
(And again, big thanks to EvilWulf for contributing his coding skills to this. It couldn’t have happened without him. Give him some love on Gab).
UPDATE: EvilWulf released a blog post for his release of QCipher. Check it out here!
Many thanks to NeonRevolt for the shout out and kind words. I’ll address the whole QCipher thing here tomorrow. Even evil wulves need their beauty rest. Especially the old ones.
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