Secret World of Anagrams
- by Doug Yurchey, Dec 11, 2005
(Posted here by Wes Penre: Dec 12, 2005)
We all know what 'anagrams' are. But are we aware of the strange, and sometimes unbelievable, coincidences surrounding many of them? By accident (?) I came across ANAGRAM GENIUS (below) and started putting famous peoples' names in the search-engine. Instantly, the computer provides an anagram to whatever is punched in. Shock and amazement happened when I quickly got the results. What coincidences!! Many celebrity names had anagrams that directly related to that particular celebrity. What were the odds? Since ANY words could be spewed out at random...I thought the odds would be very high that these random words would relate to the celeb. Yet, over and over again, a weird parallel occurred between the name and the anagram. Maybe these aren't coincidences? Maybe there IS a relationship between the person and what their mixed-up letters spell?
The search-engine gives you a few examples such as the full name of Madonna: Madonna Louise Ciccone which is the anagram of 'occasional nude income.' Then, I placed 'occasional nude income' in the anagram-engine and the very surprising result was 'one cool dance musician.' It could have said anything and it said something that related even closer to the person. They gave the example of William Shakespeare whose anagram is 'I am a weakish speller.' But, when I put 'I am a weakish speller' in the engine, it spit back 'I'll make a wise phrase.'
Here is a list of names and their anagrams that I found in a relatively short time. You tell me if something strange is going on:David Letterman: terminal dead TV & nerd amid late TVClint Eastwood: old west action & lies down to actJennifer Aniston: fine in torn jeansSaddam Hussein: UNs said he's madMussolini: I'm sin soulAdolph Hitler: hot rapid hellOsama Bin Laden: a damn alien SOBMarilyn Monroe: in lore, my Norma & I marry loon menAlbert Einstein: ten elite brainsBritney Spears: best PR in yearsJustin Timberlake: I'm a jerk, but listenThomas Alva Edison: aha ions made voltsBuffy the Vampire Slayer: pithy female braves furyRonald Reagan: an oral dangerRonald Wilson Reagan: a long insane warlord & no darlings, no ERA lawLee Harvey Oswald: revealed who slay & lay overhead slewWilliam Shatner: slim alien wrath & Will is earthmanMichael Jackson: manacle his jock & he's jail cock manthe Beatles: Let hates bePaul McCartney: pay Mr. Clean cutMark David Chapman: hack VIP and mad armPrincess Diana: ascend in Paris & end is a car spinStevie Wonder: er, doesn't viewElvis Costello: voice sells lotJim Morrison: Mr. Mojo Risin'Howard Stern: wonder trashFrodo Baggins: bad ring's goofSherlock Holmes: heh smells crookBabe Ruth: he rub batRobin Williams: I warm billionsMonty Python's Flying Circus: strongly psychotic, I'm funnyNancy Grace: crying acne & gay n' cancerWilliam Randolph Hearst: amoral whilst philanderMark Twain: am rank witSean Connery: on any screenSharon Stone: no near shots & ass on throneJackie Gleason: angelic as jokeSteve Martin: I'm star eventJames Marshall Hendrix: hinder lax, harmless jamIs there a secret meaning to our names and even the names of fictional characters? In the book 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,' there was a significance to everyone's phone number. Phone numbers were actually odds of probability. Could our names have a secret significance?
I'm happy to write something light-hearted for a change and in the first-person. Usually, I tackle conspiracies and heavy subjects. My critics think I speculate without real evidence or proof. The truth is I am fascinated by PATTERNS. I believe we can come to reasonable conclusions if they are based on real patterns. Let's examine a few of the above coincidences.
Jim Morrison, with the Doors, wrote a song called 'Mr. Mojo Rising' which is so close to the anagram of his own name. In this case, Morrison probably knew and purposely wrote it that way. Jim may have created the idea of a 'mojo.' In the other examples, we have to use the word 'coincidence.' Ah, but are coincidences really coincidences? Are anagrams Bible Codes or keys to events that are far beyond our control? What's in a name? Could be nothing...could be our entire destiny? Is this Ouija? Tarot? (There is something legitimate to numerology). Are anagrams letter versions of numerology; or letterology?
John Lennon's killer was Mark David Chapman. He wanted to be a somebody or not be a 'hack VIP' and it was a 'mad arm' that shot the Beatle. Lee Harvey Oswald was ONE of JFK's killers. Both of his anagrams parallel the assassination: he was 'overhead' in the book depository and both have a reference to killing. Hearst (Citizen Kane) was amoral; he literally got away with murder and cheated on his wife. Marilyn Monroe's real name was NORMA Jean and she has become legendary or in 'lore.'
Both anagrams of William Shatner definitely relate to the actor who played Captain Kirk. He was in the 'Wrath of Khan' and each has an alien reference. Look at how many of these names have a second anagram that also relates to them. That is like lightning hitting the same spot twice! Both David Letterman's are very specific with 'late TV.' Both anagrams of Princess Diana are amazing. Hitler's in hell; Edison making 'volts;' Beatles' Let it Be...are all remarkable parallels.
I went to AMAZING ANAGRAM web-sites and they only gave a few unremarkable examples. Many were of words, but I was more fascinated with the names. They posted many that had no direct relationship with the person. Here were some that did:Arnold Schwarzenegger: he's grown large n' crazedMadonna, the material girl: real dim, man-eating harlotPresident Clinton of the USA: he finds interns to copulateMartina Navratilova: variant rival to a manThe Houses of Parliament: loonies far up the Thames & top man here's a foul shiteThe anagram web-sites had a few LONG ones such as:That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind: Thin man ran, makes a large stride, left planet, pins flag on Moon, on to Mars.To be or not to be, that is the question, whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune: In one of the Bard's best-thought-of-tragedies, our insistent hero, Hamlet, queries on two fronts about how life turns rotten.I once again tried to extract more 'coincidences' out of the anagram search-engine. In no time, I came across the following curious parallels:Ozzie Osbourne: boozier zones & boozes in zeroSigourney Weaver: reviews anger youAmelia Earhart: am Earth aerialScott Peterson: respects tot, noTitanic, the Unsinkable Ship: in that pitiable clunkiness & it isn't saintlike, punchable.United States of America: dine out, taste a Mac, fries.The Amelia Earhart (pilot) one is quite specific with being 'aerial.' The Titanic one (and Madonna's material girl) shows that these could include their sub-title. The 1912 disaster generated worldwide pity for the lost at sea. 'Isn't saintlike' might suppose a work of sabotage. The next word is remarkable; the great ocean liner was punched by large icebergs.The United States of America anagram is scary. Is this subliminal advertising? What commercialism in the land of capitalism! Is this pure coincidence?
I decided to place the following two skeptics in the anagram search-engine: You have seen Michael Shermer in dozens of documentaries as the resident skeptic. He is the editor of Skeptic Magazine. (I swear he makes more money with his zillions of film documentaries and television appearances than he ever earns from profits of Skeptic Magazine sales). He is always there to ridicule every phenomenon, no matter what the evidence. His anagrams are: shh, mere miracle & eh, slime charmer. I also placed another associate of Skeptic Magazine in the engine; he is the anti-Uri Geller magician known as 'the Amazing Randi.' His annagrams are: and right in amaze & in amazing hatred.At another session with the anagram search-engine, these oddities were found:Chris Evert: server itchZiggy Stardust: zits gutsy dragWalt Disney: I lewd, nastySinead O'Conner: censored anionBruce Lee: rue celebJudy Garland: darn jug ladyCyndi Lauper: end up a lyricKevin Costner: sickener on TVSirhan Sirhan: rain harsh sinJohn Paul Getty: thug planet joythe Queen of England: eh, end eloquent fangRichard Milhouse Nixon: his climax ruined honorDick Cheney: key chic endAgatha Christie: rich hag is at teaRobbie Williams: I will arse bimbosOscar Wilde: I lace words & ladies crowChristopher Reeve: Script: he ever heroJerry Bruckheimer: rich jerk, mere buryEdward Leedskalnin: is darkened and wellWinston Churchill: I'll crunch this nowHumphrey Bogart: hyper thug rambo & grumpy hero bathTeri Hatcher: rich theaterCreature from the Black Lagoon: gloomful attacker abhorrenceLittle, Red, Riding Hood: girl idol, thirteen oddRudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer: deplored, he is the odder runnerHarry Potter: try hero partthe Beastie Boys: to shabbiest eyeSamwise Gamgee: I'm a sewage gemsOrson Welles: now roleless & now reel lossTimothy Leary: I'm the royaltySaturday Night Live: it's a naughty drivelStephen King: the King pensMiracle of Fatima: I'm factorial fameWalls of Jericho: for local JewishMother Nature: humane rotter & the NumeratorAlice in Wonderland: lo, wanna nice riddle?the Roman Empire: hot, mean premierTemplars: tramplesIlluminati: I am ill unitthe Civil War: arch evil witthe First World War: raw, self-worth dirtthe Second World War: not chewed warlordsthe Third World War: the raw Third Worldthe Pope and the Vatican: the avid potent panache & pathetic and top heavenChristopher Columbus: he is much corrupt slob & cherub's cool triumphsthe Olsen Twins: new tits n' holesThe following anagrams are even more remarkable:Darth Sideous: oh, rude sadistVampire LeStat: primeval tasteBetty and Barney Hill: ya, hell-bent banditryThor Heyerdahl: hardly the heroSir Edmund Hillary: I'd murder any hillsWalter Cronkite: network recitalDarth Sideous was the Phantom Menace in Star Wars and its anagram came out on the Dark Side of the Force. The vampire anagram is a shocking coincidence. One of the first cases of alien abduction was the Hills; which was 'banditry' from 'hell.' The explorer, Heyerdahl, was WRONG with Kon-Tiki so it is no wonder this 8-Ball of anagrams says he was overrated. Sir Edmund Hillary was the first man to climb Mount Everest. It is utterly wondrous for his anagram to include conquering ('murder') 'hills.' For many years, Walter Cronkite was the voice of the news for CBS. He was the first to break the news to America of the JFK shooting. His anagram is 'network recital' and that is amazing.Isaac Newton: was once a nit & now ace saintAlexander Graham Bell: real bad hex, rang me allMadame Curie: me, radium aceNewton's anagrams seem to be 2-parters. The first tells us he was stupid before the apple hit him. Then, the second one informs us he has been immortalized. The inventor of the telephone just had to have an anagram with a 'rang me' in it. There are too many specifics here to be just coincidences. Now, examine the one for Madame Curie. If there is any doubt that strangeness is happening...of all the things for these few letters to say in all of the universe - it specifically mentions RADIUM, which is exactly what she is famous for!! And, she's good at it with the 'ace.'Napoleon Bonaparte: no, not appear on Elba & no, a trap open on Elba!Napoleon of France was exiled to the Island of Elba. This is a historical fact. How did 2 anagrams know of this French exile? (This is almost as interesting as exploring Nostrodamus).I, at first, misspelled 'Laci Peterson;' spelled it with a 'y' and the results were:Lacey Peterson: slayer potence & sanely to creep (13 letters in each)Laci Peterson: top larceniesSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs: oh sweet DVD wins new fans' heart (26 letters)What?! Did you read the above anagram? Did you work out the letters? It is a news ad for the DVD of the very first animated, feature film...hidden in the title of the film.Patrick Stewart took the reigns of the Starship Enterprise by playing Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the television sequel to Star Trek. This was known as 'Star Trek, the Next Generation.' To some purists, the sequel never was popular.Patrick Stewart: a crap Trek twist & act as Trek twirpTo me, this is mind-blowing; both refer to Picard. Next Generation was the (criticized) new twist; a smaller captain was acting. Gene Roddenberry was the father of Star Trek. His anagram is: greedy boner nerd.
Why are 'nerds' always associated with Star Trek? Still not convinced that something Twilight-Zone is going on? Then, consider the anagrams for the King: Elvis Presley. Some people believe that since his tomb has his name misspelled, this is evidence that Elvis might still be alive. Someone or something did not like this sacrilege, because the anagrams for the misspelled version are:Elvis Aeron Presley: prayerless evil one & is venereal leprosyThe anagrams for the correct spelling are:Elvis Aaron Presley: Seen alive? Sorry, pal & earns lovely praiseMaybe anagrams work best with mythical, classic, dead figures or old events? Who knows? The very idea that Elvis' anagram would DIRECTLY AND PRECISELY GO TO THE QUESTION OF IS ELVIS ALIVE? - and say 'sorry, pal' he's not alive...is more than incredible...and he earned 'lovely praise.' I returned to Anagram Genius with a better idea of how to receive a personalized or localized answer. I was getting strange answers on approximately every other one:the Declaration of Independence: can pen a nice old deed of thirteenDeclaration of Independence: no finer deed, an ideal conceptthe United States of America: Ethnics? A fearsome attitudethe Vietnam War: I'm a wrath eventthe Revolutionary War: haywire, rotten valourRobert Oppenheimer: on the premier probeEdward Teller: lewd, elder rat & well retardedPromethus and the Torch: cheap, hot, thunderstormAcademy Awards: saw drama decayMother of Mercy: my, eh, ComforterQueen and Country: any conquered nutKing and Country: tyrannic dung OKAmityville Horror: I'm evil or harlotryNorman Bates and his mother: HE'S the madman on brains-rotthe oldest profession: denotes hole's profitsGolden Voyage of Sinbad: safe and loving good-byePittsburgh Steelers: better ruthless pigsDonald Trump: lump, odd rantNew York Yankees: Key: sneaky ownerthe League of Nations: a tough, neat feloniesAustralia: a trial USAJets Win the Superbowl: throw up in best jewelsNostrodamus' predictions: damndest cursor-positionWorld's Fair World of Tomorrow: word-for-word, slim wolf oratorle Tour de France: race round fleetFall of Man in the Garden of Eden: off-handed, non-integral femaleJesus Christ and the disciples: reject as childish stupidnessThere are more shockers in the above anagrams. The two for the Declaration of Independence, one including 'the' and one not including 'the,' are unbelievable. The pen, the deed, the ideal and the 13 colonies are all there. In mythology, Promethus (an Illuminati hero) stole fire from the gods. 'Hot' and 'thunderstorm' are amazing parallels. Does the anagram really reveal the ending to the film Psycho? Could the name 'New York Yankees' actually refer to George Steinbrenner? Does the anagram of the Jets winning SuperBowl 3 refer to the great passes of Joe Namath? The 1939 World's Fair presented many technical wonders coming in the near future. Hitler and the Second World War stopped these innovations from happening. The anagram for the World's Fair may be a direct reference to Adolph Hitler. He called himself 'Wolf.' Hitler had wolves as pets and was symbolized by the wolf. He was a 'slim orator.'Statue of Liberty: built to stay free & by a tourist fleetThe Statue of Liberty: soft-lit beauty there & thirty feet...absoluteCould the Founding Fathers have been well versed in the power of anagrams? Did they know these hidden, Occult word-secrets such as the Statue of Liberty? The above phrases are amazing. Fleets of tourists pass 'by' Lady Liberty. By adding 'the' we again get 2 anagrams that relate.England and France: fang and clean nerdThis is a very interesting anagram because earlier it described the Queen of England as having an eloquent 'fang.' Here, again, fang is in the position of England. Is David Icke correct with his assumption that lizard-aliens rule Britain? Are they vampires? Is France the 'clean nerd' that does not go to war?In the next ones, you can almost hear the accents:the Bill of Rights: So. filth, blighterHow the West Was Won: What we shot we owns!It seems that an English bloke doesn't like it that upstart America wrote a Bill of Rights. In the anagram for how the west was won, you can hear an Old West voice of a person who shoots first and asks questions later! Are we speaking to GHOSTS?Genesis: see signRevelations: star, evil oneTeletubbies: best tube lieBerlin Wall: well, bar nilMedal of Honor: damn fool hero & of modern halothe Cold War: cheat worldDepartment of Defense: daft Feds rope teen menLouis the Fourteenth: he's out-of-tune HitlerEmpire State Building: I am entitled, super big!Margaret Thatcher: that great charmer & the great rat charmSupreme Court: computer user & corrupt? Sue Me!Capital Punishment: pain thumps a client & penal hit, amps cut inNASA Space Program: rampages on as crap & maps sap arroganceBermuda Triangle: burglar dementiathe American Dream: meet a dear, rich manthe Origin of Species: cheesier if stoopingRoman Catholic Church: hot, chic, amoral crunchthe Roman Catholic Church: ah, ah, much incorrect cloththe Shroud of Turin: Truths, if honoured & if the hot surroundNightmare on Elm Street: the norm, grim, tense tale & relating monster themeHurricanes Katrina and Rita: irk raunchier, radiant SatanDeath of Nikola Tesla: Deathlike fool SatanMt. St. Helens: hot tunnel mess & stun the lemonsMount Saint Helens: unhesitant lemons & as eminent not lushArmageddon: Dear God, man & gore and madthe Holocaust: echo that soulHitler and the Nazis: enthral in this dazeHitler and the Swastika: starlike deathwish antthe Third Reich: the direr hitchWhen you put 'the dire hitch' in the anagram search-engine, you get 'hid rich teeth.' This was stumbled upon by accident. Obviously, this is a reference to the Holocaust and the gold teeth of Jews.Close Encounters of the Third Kind: host children ride ten-cent UFOs, OK?cold feet or thin-skinned touchersRomeo and Juliet: mated junior, ole & one jilted amourOnce more, the above anagrams are shocking: the Supreme Court one just happens to say 'sue me.' The two for Capital Punishment each have a courtroom, justice reference. One goes as far as describing the amps of an electric chair. We know the 'public' NASA is fake and not the whole story concerning space. Are the 'maps' that are taking our 'arrogance' showing great alien achievements? 'If the hot surround' could be a reference to when the Shroud was nearly destroyed by fire. The 'hot tunnel' is surely the Mt. St. Helens volcano; 'not lush' will be the 'eminent' state of the land. Is the 'starlike' image a description of the swastika?
Can you believe the Close Encounters anagrams? Are they taking host children or are the ship's hosts (aliens) the children? 'Thin-skinned' aliens? They must touch their subjects. I figured Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet' would have anagramic messages. They were mated, fated juniors in 'amour.' Obviously, there is an endless supply of incredible 'coincidences' out there in the ether. How come no one knows about this?Anagrams should be totally abstract and random such as 'milk armor toast relic.' Yet many of these were coherent phrases, near complete sentences and seemingly 'secret messages.' The genders were very often correct. To the skeptics, how do you explain pinpoint accuracy demonstrated over and over again? Now...EVERYONE'S anagrams did not have special meaning. I had to go through maybe 4 or 5 to find one that had a weird parallel. But, I thought I would have to go through 20 or 30 to coincidentally find one that was dead on...and that was not the case.
I remember the old talk show host, Dick Cavett, was an intellectual who worked out anagrams in his head. Now, we have computers to instantly produce them. I invite you to use ANAGRAM GENIUS and discover many more that are not mentioned here. Is this evidence of an overall plan, fate, destiny, judgement or dare I say: GOD? Are we reading the fabric of the universe? Are anagrams crystal balls or horoscopes? What are we dealing with? Who is sending us these messages? Are we like Bill Shatner in the Twilight Zone where we just discovered that the fortune-telling device is RIGHT?!
Oh, what is MY anagram? Douglas Stephen Yurchey is 'young-eyed, ruthless chap' and 'huge, speedy or staunchly.' What is yours and does it have a familiar significance?
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2/9/06 I wrote the above article when I first discovered these ‘speaking’ anagrams. This was done with the FREE version of ‘Anagram Genius’ where you only receive one or possibly two anagrams. Readers will be thoroughly amazed at the following COLUMNS of anagrams per subject. This is what can be achieved with the full-version of A.G. (Find out how to purchase and download Anagram Genius and make your own remarkable discoveries! – something that cannot be done with the Bible or DaVinci Codes).
Anagram web sites and books do not give you multiple anagrams such as these. Notice how the anagram columns tell complete stories; give incredible insights and even predictions. I have just completed the first book of its kind, an amazing collection, maybe the greatest collection of anagram oddities ever compiled. The book is appropriately called THE ANAGRAM CODE. The following is only a SMALL sampling of what will be available in the book. These are some of the best ones I have found:
United States of America = dine out, taste a Mac, fries
face it, statue is no dream
aim it at us, confederates
I’m Castro-infatuated, see
I see fun, so I am attracted
made treaties count, as if
true ass, made Titanic foe
eat out Fascist dementia
attain sauciest freedom
if Democrats nauseate it
I muse, fear not, taste acid
meet our fantastic ideas
fantastic idea? sure, to me
tasted fierce Osama unit
O, neat crime data, use fist
O, France made its statue
meat, fat, no rice: USA’s diet
fat roasted meat cuisine
an armistice? to us, defeat
a farce, same destitution
a freedom at issue, intact
fears education at times
most cities feature an ad
dare set automatic fines
a fate came to industries
it can sue to deter mafias
M.I.T. a neat ace for studies
atomic data use isn’t free
atomic tests are fun idea
I meet Arafat’s seduction
Sam: it’s a cute Federation
constitutes a media fear
Canada time, tourist fees
I mandate a fist to secure
duties Monica, eat faster
Monica’s diet, a true feast
The United States of America = ethnics? a fearsome attitude
the dream: fine cause, toast it
that intermediate of causes
it authenticates as freedom
a neo-fascism attitude there
a nice mass of attitude there
attitude there? O, a scam’s fine
a fast coitus dementia there
defeats: no use it arithmetic
neurotic, meatiest fatheads
unerotic, meatiest fatheads
the famed, tenacious artiste
I’m state-of-the-art audiences
not safe, met a suicide threat
outcast free men aid atheist
freedom’s acute anti-atheist
a hitter’s automatic defense
Union of Soviet Socialists Republic = split is cause of countries’ oblivion
basic uses of revolution in politics
policies of revolution? Cuba insists
politics of invasion, sluice out rebs
is inconceivable fortuitous spoils
if politics abusive, censor solution
so labour-intensive is politic focus
fluorescent politicians is obvious
fine politics to labour viciousness
out-of-place Leninist obvious crisis
is previous ballot if conscientious
invisible out-of-step conscious liar
boo Leninist faculties piscivorous
boo Stalinist of precious inclusive
nice isolationist of previous clubs
October politicians’ useful visions
Octobers’ fine to suspicious villain
labour councils poison festivities
spurious obsolescent vilification
boo, if is up in collective of Russians
sub-process in felicitous violation
bravo, clueless fictitious opinions
oblivious, sinister self-occupation
it is unprofitable, vicious coolness
if socio-political unobtrusiveness
Osama bin Laden = a damn alien SOB
is a banal demon
old man in a base
an Islam bad one
I am also banned
O, a damnable sin
so bad alien man
a bad man lies on
a nomad lesbian
is an able nomad
in a mad one’s lab
I, bad man on sale
I, a damnable son
is alone bad man
bad as Lenin, Mao
bad also in name
O man, bad aliens
Saddam Hussein = has nudes, maids
UN’s said he’s mad
hides, damns USA
hissed: damn USA
him saddens USA
ass! humans died
I had U.S. madness
DEAD in U.S., smash!
USA ENDS HIM, sad
Ronald Wilson Reagan = no darlings, no ERA law
a lone insane warlord
insane Anglo warlord
now a gnarled liar, son
so grand an Orwellian
goal now: slander Iran
a warning, an old loser
land owner’s oral gain
Princess Diana = ascend in Paris
end in a car spin
dies in car, snap!
Monica Lewinsky = lo, my wank is nice
I cosily wank men
knows I’m nice lay
money was in lick
say: ‘lick mine now’
I yen, woman licks
a lick wins money
ow, my insane lick
slick in men? no way!
slinky ice woman
nice silky woman
I mean, slinky cow
Monica Samille Lewinsky = Slick Willie’s my A-one man
sick woman lies menially
well, my, amen, sick liaison
amen, sickly Willie moans
I see silly woman lick man
White House Intern Miss Monica Samille Lewinsky =
hi, hey, William Clinton arouses me, I’m Ken’s witness
Camilla Parker Bowles = I’m Palace balls worker
came like pro, raw balls
Balmoral (Castle) screw like pa
we, Balmoral parks lice
Balmoral prick weasel
wreck pair, so all blame
The American Revolution = much tea in river, a lot
our achievement on trial
O arm each volunteer in it
elation, much tea on river
The Russian Revolution = no virtuous Stalin here
the over ruinous Stalin
Oh Stalin is our venture
Lenin routs the Saviour
Federal Bureau of Investigation = if found alive, abuse, interrogate
favorite agent buried alien’s UFO
but a figure of evidential reason
O, for beautiful agents are divine
on average, beautiful, ironfisted
a beautiful giant is done forever
International Space Station = it is not a pleasant container
it is not a planet, or as ancient
O, CIA antenna listens, patriot
NASA Space Program = rampages on as crap
maps sap arrogance
National Aeronautics and Space Administration =
Aim is to land pods in/near USA area. Can it? No, it can’t.
Declaration of Independence = no finer deed, an ideal concept
end colonied era, if act penned
fine peace intended, darn cool
it encoded pinnacle end of era
nice chip denoted end of an era
God Bless America = I massacred globe
slice ‘em Arab dogs
I’d massacre globe
I’m a gross debacle
Weapons of Mass Destruction = U.S team swoops, finds no trace
U.N. inspectors saw a doom-fest
U.N. inspectors: doom? ‘twas safe
USA damns too few inspectors
atomic snoopers waste funds
despots set in famous war con
U.S. tosspot’s war, made fine con
oft postwar mendaciousness
According to some historians, anagrams originated in the 4th Century B.C. with the Greek poet Lycophon. He used them to impress the rich and famous. Other sources suggest that in the 6th Century B.C., Pythagorus used anagrams to discover Life’s philosophical meanings and great truths. Plato and his followers believed that anagrams revealed divinity and one’s personal destiny. In early Roman times, anagrams were thought to have prophetic powers. Jewish Cabalists in the 13th Century A.D. were aware of anagram mysticism and special significance. In the 16th and 17th centuries, some scientists such as Galileo recorded their theories in anagram form. The French King, Louis XIII, appointed Thomas Billon as his Royal Anagramist. Today, we have lost the real meaning to anagrams. They are not simple word games and brainteasers…they are far more…
When a subject has these (rare) perfect phrases on top of long lists of THOUSANDS found by the anagram search-engine, they ALL or nearly all refer to the subject! This should not happen. They should be abstract, perfect phrases that do not relate in any way with the subject. This is never the case. Why do these many anagrams on top of long lists all relate??
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(Also, read Doug Yurchey's follow-up article on anagrams here on the Illuminati News website: Do Anagrams Reveal UFO Secrets?).
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