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!
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