Tool to decrypt/encrypt as a Knight Templar. Knights Templars Ciphers is a substitution code replacing letters by symbols from the Maltese Cross, icon of Order of the Temple.
Templars Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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The ciphered message is made from symbols with angles, triangles, with at most one dot per symbol.
The message has at most 25 distinct characters.
Any reference to the Knights Templars or Solomon's Militia (with a reputation of killers/assassins) is a clue.
The letter J did not exist when encryption was invented, it was a graphic variant of the letter I, and the J only appeared around the 16th century.
The cipher was created by the Templars, the name given to members of the Order of the Temple, a religious and military group from the Middle Ages.
The existence of the Templar code dates back to the 12th century