Friday, 21 December 2018

Why did Johann Bessler Use So Many Codes?

Enormous amounts of text have been published concerning Johann Bessler's clues. I am as guilty as anyone in publishing my own findings, views and opinions. But as time has passed I believe I have come to understand Bessler's purpose in placing so many apparently pointless pieces of code in every conceivable place and in every kind of code known to man, or so it seems.  So why is there so much of it, when none of it appears to be of any use in discovering the solution?

The reason is, in my opinion, that Bessler wanted to make sure that someone who was familiar with a particular code would recognise a bit of it when he saw it and realise that perhaps there was more to be discovered. But it would take a considerable amount of effort to discover the final message for the simple reason that Johann Bessler contrived a new code system unique to himself, and one that would take anyone unfamiliar with the field of codes, forever if not several years of trying, to solve it.  But an expert in the field of cryptography might more quickly decipher the hidden message.

Consequently we perceive an avalanche of codes each of which is a recognised form of cipher, each capable of attracting the attention of someone with a special knowledge of that particular type of code.  I suggest he did this because he wasn't sure if anyone would even suspect the existence of coded information, or to put it another way, he wanted to attract the attention of anyone with a good knowledge of codes.  He could have stated that there was coded information within his books, but if it was too simple, that might have resulted in someone deciphering the information before he had sold his secret.

So we have alphanumeric, alphabetic substitution, Caesar shifts, Rosicrucian, Baconian, Hebrew Atbash and Albam, Pythagorian and Plato codes, geometric and algebraic codes, chronograms and  John Dee's Language of Angels; the list seems endless and yet pointless if there is no forward progress in deciphering his meaning.  But the whole purpose was get someone to look for a different code and then try deciphering it. But are there any other codes? There is indeed Johann Bessler's own ingenious code, so far undeciphered and barely recognised. The details of one of them that I have worked on can be seen here http://www.orffyreus.net/ 

Unfortunately I haven't made any progress in deciphering it other than that which I have decribed on the web site. From the evidence I have described, the existence of the code is undeniable.

Others I have found and interpreted can be seen at http://www.theorffyreuscode.com/ 

I believe I have managed to decipher one of them, but it is a work in progress and one I first began to understand about two or three years ago.  I am confident that I am making progress and what ever happens, 2019 seem to be the most appropriat year to publish it.

JC




19 comments:

  1. I wouldn't be at all surprised that after decoding, the message says "Be sure to drink your Grog".

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  2. "Why did Johann Bessler Use So Many Codes?" - JC

    Hmm!! Just my meat - a question.

    I'll take a stab at it:

    To mercifully provide hope-eternal to those incapable of understanding the extra-ordinariness of the instructions found upon the "Toys page"?

    "Do you wish to rise? Begin by descending. You plan a tower that will pierce the clouds? Lay first the foundation of humility."
    - St. Augustine (354-430)

    Already did that; now the good part . . .

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  3. Bessler was a completely healthy man. He left a lot of written tips and drawings. He was hounded by those who envied him for the knowledge he had with his hard work. Would a bad man leave tips and assurance about the truth of the Phenomenon he discovered. He was attacked from all sides by "vultures and wolves". Such a fate awaits everyone before they know the secret of eternal movement. Therefore, everyone deals with his knowledge carefully. You have to be very immune to the folly of others and not let yourself be broken.
    One should strive stubbornly to the chosen goal with unwavering faith. It is possible that victory will be bitter. Nevertheless, the prize will be valuable for learning and will bend the necks of those who sneer ...

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  4. Hey John:

    Would you be more successful building Bessler’s wheel or making your own?

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    1. I’ve given up trying to design my own wheel. I’m building Bessler’s and I couldn’t do it without his help.

      JC

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  5. I see, well here’s another question:

    Do all the codes that you’ve decoded reveal actual moving parts of Bessler’s wheel? I mean, are you able to make a wood or metal moving part, no matter how big or how small, that you can share with us? Just a picture of an actual part that goes to Bessler’s wheel?

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    1. Yes, they do reveal actual moving parts, but as I have said many times I will build it first before I release any information.

      JC

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  6. I don't know if anyone has done research into Sir Isaac Newton and his relationship with Robert Hooke there's a lot of interesting turns it took it's a little commentary from Bessler's portrait in his Workshop left hand

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  7. Correction Hooke not horn right hand!

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  8. Here is question for everyone. Say we have a weight, and it is allowed to free fall along a circular path, from 3pm (drop position) to 9pm (stop position). The weight is not allowed to fall back, or continue to oscillate like a traditional pendulum. Would you still consider to be, or call it, a pendulum?

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  9. Well by definition, a pendulum is something that moves back and forth, so in my opinion I would say a mechanism that produces a single drop of a weight, even if in a circular path, does not quality as a pendulum.

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  10. The solution may be found in a pendulum's motion, but the solution is not a pendulum. IMO

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    1. No time for swinging pendulum to do anything in a wheel turning 30 or 60rpm.

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    2. A pendulum is an oscillating lever with a weight on the end. If it’s not oscillating it’s just a weighted lever.

      JC

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    3. Did the weights in Bessler’s wheel/s hang, slide, or fall?

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  11. If pendulum and the wheel are separated inside, pendulum swing can be much slower than the rotation of the wheel if you use gears. Of course , the wheel must be much lighter than the pendulum.

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