Old Testament Cryptograms
Cryptograms are simple substitution messages where one letter is substituted for another. For example, if your coder were to substitute the the following letters for the first five letters of the alphabet thus
F = A
G = B
H = C
I = D
J = E
then the word coded I J F I
would be decoded as D E A D.
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a unique other letter.
The following cypher is composed of two familiar verses from, the Old Testament.
1. UGBRRBP ER YKB IHJ ZKL PLBR JLY ZHGF EJ
YKB MLWJRBG LA YKB ZEMFBP LQ RYHJP EJ
YKB ZHT LA REJJBQR LQ REY EJ YKB RBHY
LA ILMFBQR.UWY KER PBGECKY ER EJ YKB
GHZ LA YKB GLRP, HJP LJ KER GHZ KB
IBPEYHYBR PHT HJP JECKY. ”
- PRHGI 1:1 HJP 2
More cryptograms will be added frequently. Come back if you like cryptograms.
Solution for Cryptogram 1
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