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On the black/white rows, there is 6-bit code/encoded data (the original orientation is up-side down.) Here are 'paste bins' of the data/code in various formats: ASCII: https://pastebin.com/mAF7M8pA HEXADECIMAL: https://pastebin.com/H0tSJaY1 IBM Punch-card data: https://pastebin.com/dGH8Lxam Secondly, the colored rows create a pretty decent musical ...


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A1 common digits 8, 3 B2 common digits 6, 2 C3 common digit 8 F6 common digit 7 H7 common digit 4 A1, B2, C3, F6, H7 are the answer. On a push button phone the key has 3 letters on number 2 and the capital letters have 3 letters on number 9. The capital letters have one letter on number 4 ...


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XHYPZ csbka the keys are suggesting that a maps to Z b maps to Y c maps to X d maps to W e maps to V f maps to U g maps to T h maps to S i maps to R j maps to Q k maps to P right?


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Partial Answer Now coming to message. The Code(thanks to @JS1), What will we find inside the vault?,


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The message simply reads:


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If we then we get where So


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The answer is @Deusovi did most of the work on this one, just seeing if I can finish up. The riddle seems to say Translation done completely by @Deusovi: “The symbols are the Shavian alphabet -- but this won't help decode them, because the phonetic assignments aren't correct at all. I started with After that break-in, the rest was decoded by finding ...


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Partial answer: text decoded The symbols are the Shavian alphabet -- but this won't help decode them, because the phonetic assignments aren't correct at all. I started with After that break-in, the rest was decoded by finding words with only a few symbols missing and filling them in. The only potential stumbling blocks here are the vowels (which we'll get ...


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So, I started with @Joe-You-Know's answer, and figured there would be more.


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