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In our university somebody posted this:

BTHGIR ENIKLN CGEKAR ODEPWU MONOTT ESLEFT

The background of the whole thing has a grid-like pattern. Can somebody decipher this? It's somehow math related cause we will be celebrating math day this March.

That's the pic for your reference

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Wouldn't hurt to say in what language it is. – Rolazaro Azeveires Mar 6 at 12:43
    
Well it's code. The official language here is english. So.. – Ari Mar 6 at 17:54
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The message is

KEEP WALKING - DO NOT TURN. RIGHT BECOMES LEFT.

If we arrange the letters in

a 6x6 grid, we can read the letters spiraling outward

enter image description here

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Brilliant! Could you tell me how you did that? – technophyle Mar 6 at 18:36
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@technophyle I noticed right away the first letters of each group spelled out BECOME, then when I arranged the "words" as in the image, I noticed the words all around the outer edge, and PEEK/KEEP in the center... at that point it just clicked. – Will Mar 6 at 18:40

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