Friday, 15 March 2013
Review of Øystein Rustad's two videos on decoding Johann Bessler's Riddles.
I often receive emails telling me that this person or that person has decoded clues, knows how the wheel works, or wants to share what they know if I will only sign an NDA. I've been aware that Øystein Rustad has been working on Bessler's coded clues for several years but until recently I did not know how much progress he had made. He allowed me to view two videos he has made which show the decoding of two drawings from Maschinen Tractate and I have to admit I was stunned; I agreed to write a review of the videos, which follows. I'm only sorry I cannot share their content now but it will be available at some point in the future.
Øystein Rustad kindly invited me to review two videos he has made which explain how he decoded two of Bessler's drawings from his Maschinen Tractate.
My first impression upon seeing the content within the videos is that it was presented in a clear, logical progression and is undeniably correct. Bessler has, as usual, managed to hide within one piece of work, two and sometimes three parallel messages. Each message is easily proven once you know how to decode it and this is what Øystein Rustad has achieved. It has often been suggested that my own speculative attempts to extract some meaning from Bessler's codes relies too heavily on my subjective view of the apparent clues, and that they are in some cases imaginary; in these two videos the evidence that the codes are real and were deliberately placed there by Johann Bessler is beyond doubt.
The messages are partly geometrical with alphanumeric constituent parts cleverly incorporated within the drawings themselves. The two videos relate to two of the Maschinen Tractate drawings but in these particular cases Øystein assures me that the clues in the videos that was shown to me, do not contain a description of the actual mechanism, although they apparently contain vital information regarding the way it is designed to function.
I understand that Øystein has so far decoded about ten drawings requiring more than an hour of video. This is because he has found that some drawings require two or more stages of decoding and I assume it would be confusing to try to explain the process in one video segment. I have not seen these other drawings decoded so I do not know if the process is as interesting as those I have seen already, but I’m assured they have been treated as rigorously as those I have seen.
I would like to say more about the videos but to do so would require that I detail some of the code and I have given my word that I would not give away any information about them. As is his right, Øystein has withheld information about the actual mechanism until such a time as he can produce evidence of its functionality, so I am unable to comment on the usefulness or otherwise, of the information he had managed to extract.
Øystein Rustad has made significant progress in decoding Bessler's extremely cleverly hidden messages and I look forward to when he is ready to reveal all of it.
That's all for now but watch this space. I intend to place the review on my web site at www.theorffyreuscode.com
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