You were thinking Archimede’s palimpsest? As of this writing, August 6, 2009, you might be correct. Within a few short days, you will be mistaken.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I can not contain my silence any longer. I’ve been given the “go ahead.” Keep an eye on KryptosRevisited.com, because in a few short days a very powerful secret about the CIA’s sculpture, “Kryptos” will be revealed. Here is what you will learn:
…who it is that made the discovery and why this researcher was chosen to reveal it.
…what, exactly, is buried out there that Langley should know about and after twenty years still does not.
…the meaning of the coordinates and the steganography sought out for so many years.
…what exactly was totally invisible, how it was made invisible, and how it will hereafter forever be made visible.
…what information was gathered and transmitted underground, and where exactly that place is.
…how the earth’s magnetic field was used.
…the ultimate lesson for the CIA that could “change personalities,” cause them to “think less seriously about what is encoded,” and give a new perspective on the history and installation of this world famous puzzle.
…how this may give new insight into what k4 really is and why it has not been solved.
This is, perhaps, the final layer of the puzzle that was likely not meant to be discovered except by a rare chance or occurrence of an event that has not occurred. This event would be what Jim Sanborn refers to as why Kryptos is slowly unraveling itself. Fortunately for all of us, we don’t have to wait for this chance event to occur. I will make it happen, and you will see it clearly for yourself with the aid of skilled manipulation.
The gears are now in motion, and without further announcement, at some future time that is already designated, that truth will be revealed, and the mystic chatter about Kryptos will ensue once again. Get ready. This is going to be big.
From the researcher who revealed Leonardo’s masterful encoding of the St. Bartholomew Chalice comes another revelation soon to be the world’s most famous palimpsest.