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.

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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.

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How to encrypt using Knights Templar cipher?

Encryption uses 25 symbols to represent the 26 letters of the Alphabet.

Example: DCODE is written

The letter J, which did not exists when this cipher was invented, is missing and replaced by a I.

How to decrypt using Knights Templar cipher?

Decryption requires converting each symbol to their corresponding letter.

Example: is decrypted DCODE

How to recognize Templars ciphertext?

The ciphered message is made from symbols with angles, triangles, and at most one dot per symbol.

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.

When Templars Cipher have been invented?

12th century

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