The Shugborough Hall inscription is considered as one of the most important historic puzzles on history, and one of the top uncracked cyphertexts http://www.shugborough.org.uk/holy-grail-78
. Yep the case its still open, its a cold case since 1748, when the inscription was coined. I know about the text solution, but beyond the lyrical aspect, seems that nobody likes it.
On 2004 veterans of the english military institution Bletchey Park (who defeated the german cypher machine Enigma) joined again to uncode the inscription. The results where the confusing but very marketable sentence: "Jesus divinity defy" even when they never exposed their reasons, methods and particularitities to reach such result.
So on may 2009 I proposed that the inscription is, in fact , coordenates without denying the fact that it could be a phrase in Latin too. Thus, following that coordenates I found a neutral point between Arcadia (which is the leitmotif of the Shugborough monument) and other fundamental islands for Roman and Christian theology. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_BgywFB8YYng/S ... /cross.jpg
That make sense since Thomas Anson, who construct the inscription, was an enthusiastic fan of the Greek Renaissance and rendered support to members of the Sion Priory, BUT, most of all, and heres the interesting part, because George Anson, a british naval almirant is my principal suspect to have robbed the grail from a spanian ship, while Great Britain and Spain were on war
Wheres the Saint Grail? very probably, and as the proofs very insistently seem to indicate, on Greece. Maybe somewhere in Athens. But now, what that "treasure map" that its the Lorrains Crossed newspaper found on Shugborough, tell us?. Maybe the clues to the exact location on Athens? or in another island? http://www.sundaymercury.net/news/midla ... -23639303/
Anson family made continous travels to Greece and they were rich and powerful, and as im seeing, possessors of a highly cryptic, analytical and, btw, esoteric intelligence
If something is discovered there, then we will have kind of a problem here