by Ejhazz Milford
On this week’s episode, we go over the history of the pigpen cipher. Stay strapped to your seat for this one folks because the history of the pigpen cipher is a long and exciting one. It’ll take you from the secretive Freemasons, to the treacherous Confederates, and to so much more. Who knows. By the end, you may be ready to starting encoding messages of your own.
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MacNulty, W. K. (2006). Freemasonry: symbols, secrets, significance. London: Thames & Hudson.
Tiburcio, Marco. “Prying Open the Pigpen Cipher.” Wonders & Marvels , Vanderbilt University.
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