· · ···- ·· ·-· – ··- ·- ·-·· ·-·· -·– · · · · · · · ·· -· ···- ·· ··· ·· -··· ·-·· ·
-·· ·· –· · – ·- ·-·· · · · ·· -· – · ·-· ·–· ·-· · – ·- – ·· –
· · ··· ···· ·- -·· — ·– · · ··-· — ·-· -·-· · ··· · · · · ·
·-·· ··- -·-· ·· -·· · · · – · — — ·-· -·– ·
- ·· ··· -·– — ··- ·-· ·–· — ··· ·· – ·· — -·
··· — ···
·-· –·-

Translated it becomes:

e e v i r t u a l l y e e e e e e e i n v i s i b l e
d i g e t a l e e e i n t e r p r e t a t i u
e e s h a d o w e e f o r c e s e e e e e
l u c i d e e e m e m o r y e
t i s y o u r p o s i t i o n
s o s
r q

I stole this table off of Gary Phillip’s Realm of Twelve Kryptos site. I think you can see why I recommend these people so much. Hope you don’t mind Gary!

I’ve made another acquisition, this one is from Monet Friedrich, pictures of the morse code on the rocks from Jim Gillogly and their orientations by some sketches.

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

photo by Jim Gillgoly

.image by Monet Friedrich

image by Monet Friedrich
image by Monet Friedrich

image by Monet Friedrich

I recently (1/18/11) looked at the possibility of a Bacon Cipher in the Morse Code.

-Kryptos Fan