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Subject: Re: The maternity of Joan (Beaufort) Stradling: The evidence (?) of anagrams
Date: 13 Sep 2005 11:34:06 -0700
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Nor is it as much an anagram - more a hybrid anagram-acrostic.

Shades of the Bible Code, anyone?

(And how can Louis Cypher be an anagram of Lucifer? It has no 'f' and
various extraneous letters. A witty alias perhaps - though hardly
permitting incognito travel - but not an anagram.)


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