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  1. Rajini Rao says:

    Actually, I have no idea Carlos Barea ! Perhaps someone on G+ knows..

  2. Maybe a type of pigpen cipher?

  3. Rajini Rao says:

    Cipher of some sort for sure..so much for lifting images off the ‘net 🙂

  4. Someone will figure it out eventually. Knowing the internet, it will be pretty soon.

  5. The cypher reads “click on my head”

  6. Frans Stofberg I don’t know where you found it or how you found it. When I had some time, I reverse engineered your deciphering and also extended it for characters not found here. Is this right?

    ABC – all 3 share mirror image of L about vertical axis. Dot position changes for 1, 2and 3 for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd characters

    DEF – squared letter U

    GHI – L

    JKL – mirror image of squared C about vertical axis

    MNO – squared O

    PQR – squared C

    STU – squared 7

    VWX – inverted squared U

    YZ – inverted L

    There is a symmetry about the 9 rows too.

  7. Sowmyan Tirumurti you got it… easiest way is to draw the old board game “dots and crosses” ( # ) then in each block you have 3 dots each representing a letter of the alphabet… simple 🙂

  8. No dude

    1 # sign and then 3 dots in each block. The 3 dots should be next to each other (as in left centre right)

    Now each dot in the block at the specific location represents a letter of the alphabet

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