Translation of a Page w/ Brdtte MkII

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    Lasp

    Title:

    ..etcfiypg

    It will hear the human child’s food.. which you will all touch.

    Contents:

    aprzv,mdbjvethbfr.msmmhbosysykdmzwdnueivd

    I touch the creation mindfully often, and the Squirrel is her life- often, by word, you color her child/creation. The Squirrel and I hate my answer’s colors, her book, and my faithful… my faithful water of the universe and its mindful/quick answer- water loves easy words, such as food and water, often.

    psnamlzvazndq

    The Programmer dreams about love, his mindful answer to everything, often… his mindful love-water music too.

    twfwqv.shsfm,jxsnham

    You like the child’s music, both quickly and often. You dream about my childish answers, but the woman dislikes my love for the colors that he answers.

    Line: 1
    Page: 1
    Volume: 14
    Shelf: 4
    Wall: 3
    Hex: 17346721476c3278977763t732v731171888732476789764376

    Link: https://libraryofbabel.info/book.cgi?17346721476c3278977763t732v731171888732476789764376-w3-s4-v14:1

    I attempted my first translation using the Brdtte MkII interpretation recently, that was it. I translated the title and a mere one line of the page, the first line.

    At first I put my own twist on the interpretation, but I later changed the translation to strictly follow the rules of this interpretation. I will admit that the first version I typed up was a bit more elegant and understandable, but it didn’t feel right to make the text mean only what I wanted it to mean… I wanted to decode the text for what it had already meant in relation to the interpretation I was using. So that is my final product. Even when deciphering strictly ‘by the book’, there are choices you have to make that may dictate how the rest of the text is perceived or what meaning it carries. Those were tough for me as I wanted to know what it meant through this interpretation, not what it meant to me; rather, I wanted to interpret it in my own way once it had already been deciphered using the Brdtte MkII interpretation.

    I encourage you to tell me what this means to you, or how you perceive the deciphered text. Reply to the thread to do so. You could also try to decipher some gibberish of your own, whether it be what follows the text I deciphered or text from another hexagon; just make sure to cite where it is from in case anyone wants to go back to it. Reply with that stuff too.

    Thanks for reading and sharing 🙂

    #13324 Reply

    messiah

    I can’t find any definitive source fo’ this interpretation method. can u share it with me?

    #13334 Reply

    User

    Here’s the original thread by Brdtte: Translating The “Gibberish”

    The MKI table is the third post and there is a link to download the MKII specs further down on the first page.

    Here’s hoping MKIII hasn’t been abandoned!

    #13338 Reply

    messiah

    thanks dude, you da bomb.

    #13340 Reply

    Lasp

    I meant to put the source of the translation table in there, my bad.

    #13343 Reply

    Lasp

    Brdtte Interpretation Website: http://translate-babel.webs.com/

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