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July 24, 2004

Another Letter to the Editor

by Red Wolf

The Prattle satellite office has received a missive from the seller behind a recent Bargain of the Day. Unlike his attempt at communication with the lovely Feòrag, he was forced to use the commenting form on my site, which does seem to prove that he is capable of using comment forms. It just appears that he doesn't want to directly respond to posts.

Name: Messiah

Comment: your feedback on my Ebay posting of the 666 Enigma Cipher Primeway

Encryption decoder should have deserved more of your attention — there is an explanation for the type of feed back but who cares now — it is a matter of absolute mathematical certainty that Rev 13 is refering to this Pi calculation 666 is a confirmation number

im not selling anything on ebay — I'm announcing my arrival — this is the second comming wise guy but dont take my word for it wich I'm sure you won't the proof is in the pudding

internet starts to dismantle 07/24/2004 9:09pm eastern US time zone world wide — this is a one world Nazi system and I'm taking it down — T minus and counting...

Peace on Earth good will towards mankind.

When the Moon is in the seventh house and Jupiter alligns with mars....

07/24/2004 2000 years since Christ Nativity year 6000 of the planet ...

OwYeah! (yoweah)

Seems a shame that the inappropriately added spaces don't translate well to the web, it just adds to the overall lack of spelling and grammar. Not to mention the exciting addition of bad homilies and cheesy christmas card greetings.

Our new messiah doesn't appear to have much of a handle on original thought, but that's not uncommon for loony fundamentalists, regurgitation has always been a favoured method of communication.

The good news is that QuePirate — for that is the name our new messiah prefers to be known as — has announced the time and date of his arrival. Sunday, 25 July, 02:09am GMT for Prattle HQ and Sunday, 25 July, 11:09am AEST for the Prattle satellite office.

We'll know when he appears, because he plans on taking the internet down with him. I don't think QuePirate has a terribly good grip on the nature of the internet and how it works, but it should prove interesting to see him try. I can hardly wait.

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Posted in Conspiracies and Letters to the Editor and Psychoceramics at 01:56. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:42.
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1: Posted by: Feòrag | July 24, 2004 10:35 AM

So we can expect an improvement in service from our ISP by tomorrow morning.

2: Posted by: QuePirate | July 24, 2004 7:47 PM

as far as my grip on the internet is concerned- a childrens book suitable for your qualifications on the matter is available written by Bill Gates - The Road to the Information Super Highway chapter on internet security is enlightening.

OwYeah! as far as my spelling and grammer is concerned Fck U! get the concept regardless of spelling

3: Posted by: Feòrag | July 24, 2004 8:20 PM

The Messiah can't spell 'fuck' - what a surprise! He also doesn't know how to enter a valid URI into a web form. What he entered was "http://popculturest.com       enjoy". Don't bother copying and pasting the first bit into your browser, girls and boys - it doesn't resolve.

I think I can go to the pub tonight, safe in the knowledge that when I return, the internet will still be there, despite the best efforts of any would-be Messiahs or my ISP.

4: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 25, 2004 2:53 AM

The messiah's slated time of arrival has come and past and the internet still appears to be happily chugging away.

And what is this OwYeah? Ow as in the government implanted microchip in your head twinges every time you have illusions of godhood?

5: Posted by: Feòrag | July 25, 2004 3:26 AM

Maybe he's just taken down all the Windows boxes. Even LiveJournal seems to be quick right now, and that would explain it. It would look like the dismantling of the internet to most people, and a Windows virus would be much easier to create and spread than any kind of pseudo-cryptopgraphic bomb.

6: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 25, 2004 6:51 AM

My dodgy Windows box is still alive. But then, it's neither a server nor running evil Microsoft web software.

7: Posted by: Feòrag | July 26, 2004 1:18 PM

A couple of days have passed. You'd think that'd be long enough for people to start noticing the dismantling of the internet and the arrival of the Messiah, wouldn't you?

8: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 27, 2004 3:36 AM

We weren't the ones running about claiming to be the messiah who was destroying the internet on arrival. If you consider, pointing out how your claims turned out to be so much waffle, to be gloating, then so be it.

You may want to invest in a tin foil beanie, I hear they block out the government's mind control rays.

9: Posted by: Feòrag | July 27, 2004 10:04 AM

And if he'd just waited a few more hours, he could've claimed the Google thing was him and not the fault of the type of Windows luser who changes nothing and never listens to repeated advice about not opening strange attachments.

10: Posted by: QuePirate | July 27, 2004 5:39 PM

is this all you have to say about what I say- never mind the messiah bit - the enigma cipher primeway is the correct Pi calculation listing the square of prime numbers - this means that PC security encryption is now breachable - I myself will not be hacking into the system with it- but there are many thousands of those who even if they dont fully beleive it is so, the lure of unlimited credit card will drive them to try it anyway. and when they do and find out it is correct they will start filling their bank accounts up - thousands will do the same - others might even seek classified info stored on gov. PC's and servers - when those in charge of the internet relize the breach, what choice will they have other than to disconect the net from society or face exposure as well as bank fraud.
as einstien wasnt the one capable of building an atom bomb but nonetheless was responsible for it's creation, so will I be responsible for the internet dismantling even though I myself don't have the warewithall to build an encription decoder. I discovered a mathematical formula, eventually the word of its existence will reach millions (thanx with your help putting it in the WWW. search engines) as it says in Revalation; "See I have opend the door, there is no shutting it".
No, the internet hasn't come down on the date I hoped- but it's a matter of time - Judgement Day Terminator 3 where I got the date (see looking at stolen watch) is inevitable. Q

11: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 28, 2004 12:54 PM

We ran your enigma cipher primeway past a couple of people who play with numbers for a living and their take on the situation was that it was utter bollocks. When I have to weigh up my options, I think the word of a mathematician rates quite a bit higher than that of a bloke who thinks he's a god, makes grand claims of destroying the internet (then bottles out, when I was so looking forward to a good apocalypse) and sees prophesies of doom in random unrelated bible verses. Hope you're not having any problems making your government mind ray deflector.

12: Posted by: Feòrag | July 28, 2004 2:25 PM

Asserting something to be true doesn't make it so, and the burden of proof lies with the person making the extraordinary claim. Here is your golden opportunity to state precisely how you could dismantle the internet using your version of π which adds up to 666. Of particular interest would be an explanation of how you get the ratio between the diameter of a circle and its circumference to be something completely different from 3.141592653589793238462643383279502.... Show all working, Bible references not allowed, and especially not Revelation which is just a pile of drug-induced bollocks.

13: Posted by: QuePirate | July 28, 2004 10:12 PM

Look fellas- I was just as sceptical about the origin of the bible as you guys not so very long ago. Even now I ain't no bible thumper going around preching turning the other cheek and all that cheezy love crap- but I am a deist which is to say I beleive in god through reason not faith.
A Rubiks cube has around 45 quintillion possible combinations, campare that to what scientists say is the age of the universe of around 5 quintillion seconds - that's seconds- and maybe you can perceive the absurdity to the claim of life coming about at random 'given enough time' - ipso facto, universe by design, presuposes a designer, a god if you will. and I understand this doesn't prove that the bible is His work. my beleife in god did not waylay my scepticism of the bible.
However I am a practisioner of what I call quantum physics thought (my version to be sure)I only use reason and logic beleive me, no faith or mysticism - when it comes to the deep mysteries of time and space even dimension it turns out that the bible makes surprising correct quantifications - I could show you all much but not in this billboard room. email me -
you want a reference not in the bible? interestingly enough god operates in mysterious ways as they say. I was first drawn to the square of prime numbers not by the bible passage deut 3:11 but from the movie 2010 Odessy 2 where in the dialogue of the main protagonist he described the Monolith as having the proportions 1:4:9 further he said " our think tanks can come up with no cosmic significance, only to say it is the square of the first three prime numbers 1.2.3.
- think about it, why say prime numbers rather than just the first three natural numbers- there's nothing to indicate that the designers of the monolith (story wise) were considering them as prime numbers, it is even debateable wheather 1 is a prime number ( I say it is). And lo and behold the dimensions of King Og's mattress was just those exact same dimensions as the Monolith with the "cubit" as 3.- this led from one bible reference to another exodus "3.14" gods name (which is correctly translate-"I will be that I will be") until confirmation number 666 name of the beast which the 7 words/squared prime numbers ((Seven of Nine - yes star trek) correspond to the sentence "What will it to be being human" from which all creation breaks loose.
It's an absolute mathematical certainty regardless of what your so called math friend says. now I cantshow all my work or explanation here,but I'm willing to send email word attachments to anyone who wants. Granted it sounds farfetched but check me out, my explanations are even entertaining. hope to here from you personally anytime- that is "if you can handle the truth". Q

14: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 28, 2004 11:56 PM

I find it interesting that you denounce all that cheezy love crap in the bible and use 2010 and Star Trek as reliable sources of information. I don't know how to break this to you, but 2010 was a movie. That monolith you put forward as definitive proof of your theories doesn't exist. It was all made up, much like the bible.

Feel free to e-mail us actual proof that equates π to 666, along with why 666 is anything more than just another number.

15: Posted by: 16 yr old girl | October 22, 2004 12:47 AM

ummm. lol i really am 16. and i may not sound very smart. buuut anything is possible. and not to be skeptical but it would take a lot more than being on a manic high and preaching about bombing the net. you know there already is a.i. its in berlin. this super computer is said to make its own programs and has already taged the people in berlin. giving them numbers all adding up to 666. any way i may have gotten that wrong.....but the point is. how the FUCK are you going to bring down an a.i machine that has already used mind controll on the citizens of berlin with radioactive waves? you cant. you might as well just let it all boil over. and wait for the outcome.
SO in conclusion to my little addition.
im not saying im right and i really dont know enough to be critical. but MAN you sound schitzo (or bipolar) because i am too. so i know where your coming from...thinking your all important and the(a) so called "massaiah" but its just a fucking ego trip man. i thought i was one too........ :)
and its bull shit. either seek proffesional help.
get a past life regression.
go to a therapist.
do hypno therapy
but quit fucking preaching.

p.s. and that computer overthrow?
already happening.
there are people out there who already thought of it.........
your not the door keeper.

16: Posted by: Feòrag | October 22, 2004 7:44 AM

That explains everything - my brain was clearly fried when I spent all that time in Berlin. Must be coming from the Fernsehnturm. But it's obviously not very good mind control, given the number of people leaving Berlin to go places where there are jobs.

Wax lyrical

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