: MAC = (M)essage (A)uthentication (C)ode, is basically a part of message encryption. Significant, as 5/1/92's central image is a flowchart of DES encryption.
SUPRA as I understand it, just means "before" or "earlier in this writing", possibly refers to the symbols above..or the 'horizontal system'
Fourier: "Fourier series is a representation of a waveform where we treat the waveform
as a periodic function. That is, the function or waveform, repeats itself."
winthrop and schroedinger have calculated the Fourier Transform indicia and the Hirelings must be assumed to posess cybernetic penetration capabilities at probability (.69) to at least the second level of the quadrigaeto mean something roughly along the lines of
X and Y have calculated the MESSAGE via (distinctive or postal markings) and SOMEONE ELSE probably has it figure out to at least the 2nd level of our puzzleQuadrigae: roughly "team of four" or "four abreast". Reference to the 4 levels of this puzzle, the multiple circles-quartered-by-a-cross symbols, etc. 4 parts..
"Naught's had, all's spent, where..." - from Macbeth, Scene II Act III
'Tis Opposites -- entice -- Deformed Men -- ponder Grace -- Bright fires -- the Blanketless -- The Lost -- Day's face -- The Blind -- esteem it be Enough Estate -- to see -- The Captive -- strangles new -- For deeming -- Beggars -- play -- To lack -- enamor Thee -- Tho' the Divinity -- Be only Me --
Still more greek... Ad of december 2, 1992: the big word between the circle and the pentagon means "awakening" or "rousing". Carlos
11/5/00 clue=Had another thought. Lots of work, but if you had some way to count when each date is hit that would probably tell you something. It must be part of the secrecy thing to make at least part of this publically available, like the DES works much like that. So the ones who want to get the data they need for whatever maybe only go to the pages they need. Might be worth keeping count. name=cynic2
hance: kind of like frequency counting when you're trying to break a rudimentary substitution cypher, huh? I.e. the letter with the highest frequency is probably an 'e' etc. I've actually got a few ideas for some database-driven site work for this (much like that which I lost on an old machine) but I need to think some of it over before I start implementing anything.
clue: Look how closely these are interwoven--12/4/91 is cited (again) in the mayday ad for 2001. Again "costas" is just wrong. I don't know what they are doing in these but anybody with both eyes open can see the interconnections are two dense for frat rats or anyother social, fun organization.
clue: Assuming that the text block isn't all chaff, how far off base is it to assume that The Hirelings means this page and it's readers? Probably fairly, since this wasn't published until '92.
clue: german translation : "but Euclid remains completely silent about this [or these]..." this is based on my interpretation of the third word to be "schweigt" esp. since if it is "schwelgt" as it seems to be, it would mean "revels" instead of "remains silent".
Take a look at this--tap into GOOGLE search engine "Fairman Tube Master Equalizer" and that should produce a reference http://www.atrservice.com/atr/TMEQ.htm. (I can't send you the page from this machine or at least I don't know how to do it.) The point is that when you get the page that advertises that particular piece of equipment (TMEQ), at the bottom of the picture is found "High boost switch 19 positions." Now this machine is apparently used to record or at least refine music. There are many, many musical references in these ads. These people are also obsessed with cross-cultural references probably because it makes it harder to catch them. To me it makes sense that they are using music as some kind of authentication code but I have no idea how the machine with 19 positions works.
Under the box with the Greek, is the date 12/4/92 a typo? If not, it would indicate a page two days after this one, which we don't have.
Charlie P. 03.05.2009
I've been reading Plato's Republic and The Bible for class, and when I came across the word "hireling" in both, I'd pause and think about what that might tell us about the identities of these Hirelings. In my copy of The Republic (trans. Sterling and Scott 1985) at 347b it says "[The Guardians] do not wish to accept the role of hirelings by contracting to perform public duties in exchange for money." Here, Plato is deriding hack politicians who are only in it to better themselves. To a group such as the Orphanage, who don't seem to be particularly fond of the way society is at the moment, any politician could seem that way. Ergo, it is likely that "Hirelings" here refers to politicians or agents of the Federal Government. Another passage bearing the word "hireling" is the Book of Job: "Is not man's life on earth a drudgery? Are not his days those of a hireling?" (Job 7:1 (NAB)). A footnote on that page mentions that drudgery could refer to military service. Therefore, the Hirelings opposed to the Orphanage could be members of the military; when you factor in the additional mentions of them as monitoring financial transactions (20-September-2000), "detect[ing] any traceable movements" of money (6-December-2000), "inferring our current mode of subliminal channel transmission" with a reference to a cryptography paper (1-May-2001), etc, it suggests that the Hirelings may work for an intelligence agency (such as the NSA). Or the name could mean something completely different.