Ancient Greek Alternative Theory

sucamela
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6:26 PM - May 31, 2014 #1

I think I found something.
AENS O KOMOINA M, as spelled in Greek Language:

https://translate.google.com/#el/en/%CE ... E%BD%CF%83

It translates

"Commune with the Aens" or "in common with the Aens"

Aens means the Aeneas family. Aeneas is the main character of Virgil's Aeneid.

From wikipedia, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaius_Iuli ... %28name%29

The nomen gentile Iulius

Virgil[18] and his commentator Servius[19] wrote that the gens Iulia had received their name Iulius from the family's common ancestor, Aeneas' son Ascanius,[20] who was also known under his cognomen Iulus, which is a derivative of iulus, meaning "wooly worm".[21] Such nicknames were typical for cognomina and were the base of old gentilician names.[22] By tracing their descent from Aeneas, the Iulii belonged to the so-called "Trojan" families of Rome.
So, what does have in common the Aens and the killer? The name Iulius, in English: Louis

Together with "MILDLY CEROUS", which is nearly an anagram of LOUIS MYERS, it supports again my Louis Myers theory + a second person.


The guy may have grabbed the phrase from a school book.

So the message says:

My name is ____________
in common with the Aens



Sorry again for my bad English.






 
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8:56 PM - May 31, 2014 #2

Wow, this is huge!
The Greek you provided is "O KOMOYNA M AENS". Why did you move AENS to the back?
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sucamela
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11:01 PM - May 31, 2014 #3

it did make sense to me, otherwise it could sound like "AENS, IN COMMON WITH".

Also the celtic cross could be the final signature, so a trasposition makes sense.

You read
AEN [ZODIAC] O KOMOINA M
then with the trasposition:
O KOMOINA M AEN [ZODIAC]

My mother is a school teacher. She teachs Latin, but she studied Ancient Greek too. She tried to teach both to me.
At the first look, AEN sounded AENEID to me. Also, NAM is a latin word. But it cannot be latin because the K char doesn't exist, it uses a 21 chars alphabet. So I tried with Greek.
Google translator supports modern Greek but it cannot be very different. I need a Greek dictionary to verify ...

Contact some consultant from your local university, cause I am just a security researcher with a degree in information techology!
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Nin
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1:53 AM - Jun 02, 2014 #4

sucamela wrote:

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So, what does have in common the Aens and the killer? The name Iulius, in English: Louis

How did you conclude "Iulius" is "Louis" in English?

-Nin
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2:10 AM - Jun 02, 2014 #5


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sucamela
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11:14 AM - Jun 02, 2014 #6

I concluded that is Louis because in Italian (my first language) there are two names that have a common root in Iulius: Giulio and Luigi. Giulio translated is Jules. Luigi translated is Louis.
This and because "mildly cerous" contain all the letters of Louis.

Tom, I don't think it is the temple for three reasons: 1) it becomes an anagram 2) what do you do with the remaining digits? 3) He already used the E in clear text, so the eightball must be O
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sucamela
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11:32 AM - Jun 03, 2014 #7

Look at this:

https://translate.google.com/#el/en/%CE ... 0%0A%CE%9C

It says

SA N
F
the
Commune
M


It could mean "San Francisco, the Commune, search for M"

Any thoughts?
 
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sucamela
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10:23 AM - Jun 04, 2014 #8

this could be interesting too:

https://translate.google.com/#el/en/%CE ... 1%0A%CE%9C

IN A
Costume
K
the
p u s s y
M

Meaning: the guy with the costume is K, the other one is M.

While using the google translator, I am noting that he always choose Greek when doing automatic translation.
 
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