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9 Short Cryptography Papers (Numbers 1-3) by A. Phoenix

SirBacon.org is proud to share the 9 Paper Cryptographic Series by A. Phoenix.

Below are the first three papers:


Captain Powell, A Member of US Cipher Intelligence, The Fraudulent Friedmans, and his Endorsement of Elizabeth Wells Gallup’s Decipherment of the Bacon Biliteral Cipher in the Shakespeare First Folio

The fourteen-page pamphlet The Greatest Work of Sir Francis Bacon published by the Riverbank Laboratories written by J. A. Powell is of a great deal of interest. This work gives rise to a series of subtle deceptions perpetrated by the Friedmans designed to withhold important information about its author and his undoubted expertise in the area of codes and ciphers in general and the Baconian Bi-literal Cipher in particular. Read more >>

SirBacon.org/downloads/aphoenix/CAPTAIN POWELL.pdf

May 2024

A. Phoenix

British Intelligence and Bacon’s Bi-literal Cipher Revealing his Secret Story

From before the turn of the twentieth century there had been a growing consensus among German, and to a lesser extent, Dutch academics that Bacon was in fact the secret author of the Shakespeare works. The endorsement of Gallup’s decipherments by General Cartier had the striking effect of vigorously renewing the debate in post war France. Opinion, as it had been in Germany and Holland was divided, with opposing views warmly expressed in numerous articles, some it has to be said more scholarly than others. General Cartier’s endorsement of the bi-literal cipher was also not to go unnoticed in the close knit world of cryptology. Read more >>

SirBacon.org/downloads/aphoenix/LANGE AND SOUDART.pdf

May 2024

A. Phoenix

Herbert O. Yardley, Head of MI-8 (the codes and ciphers Bureau), and the Bacon Bi-literal, Simple, and Kay Cipher Systems Revealing Bacon is Shakespeare

During the time Riverbank Cipher Department headed by William and Elizebeth Friedman was carrying out code and cipher work for the US government and various other federal agencies plans had secretly been underfoot in Washington to establish a Cipher Bureau of its own. On 10th June 1917 the first government Cipher Bureau under Military Intelligence 8 (MI-8) was established in Washington by the War Department with Major Ralph H. Van Deman, Director of Military Intelligence, appointing Herbert O. Yardley, as its first head. Read more >>

SirBacon.org/downloads/aphoenix/YARDLEY.pdf

May 2024

A. Phoenix