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historians believe the following intricate square written on a Roman wall in England (yes england) was a coded message left by an early Christian while eluding persecution. sator arepo tenet opera rotas

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Pumpkin$

10 years ago

sedgewick17, what does it read in a mirror? (I don;y have one)

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Sedgewick17Pumpkin$

Reply 10 years ago

Nothing really just the same giberish but now it is in reverse.

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Sedgewick17

10 years ago

What language was this supposes to be written in?

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killerjackalopeSedgewick17

Reply 10 years ago

Latin maybe? I did it and it's not helping here but roman england means latin to me

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astrozombies138killerjackalope

Reply 10 years ago

Sator 'Sower', 'planter' Arepo Likely an invented proper name; its similarity with arrepo, from ad repo, 'I creep towards', is coincidental Tenet 'he holds' Opera 'works', '(cares)', 'efforts' Rotas 'wheels'

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Pumpkin$astrozombies138

Reply 10 years ago

did you look this up or something? are you sure or just guessing?

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Goodhartastrozombies138

Reply 10 years ago

Sator is rotas backwards Arepo is opera backwards Tenet is tenet both ways.

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Sedgewick17astrozombies138

Reply 10 years ago

If you look at the message in a miror it almost looks like there are numbers in the message.

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Bran

10 years ago

Done.

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TheDunkisBran

Reply 10 years ago

yeah i think its just some gathering of words that can be spelled the same up and down and side to side when put with those letters in that order. interesting. I wonder what it really means though

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Doctor What

10 years ago

I don't know why, but it makes me think of music.

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Bran

10 years ago

The words across are also up and down.

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Pumpkin$

10 years ago

I thought it had something to do with a cross if you look in the center (it does'nt allign correctly), tenet runs sideways and up and down. the shape of a cross