What are Cryptograms?
Puzzles help to boost one's cognitive abilities, including concentration, level of focus, and attentiveness. There are a variety of different puzzles that people can use to do that and for some, solving these puzzles is a form of entertainment.
Out of these, there is one that was used in early times as a secretive form of communication. We are talking about cryptograms.
Word puzzles that have hidden messages and codes are the cryptograms. These are the puzzles that usually appear in newspapers and magazines. In the early times, these puzzles were used to hide secret information.
The cryptograms that people solve in the newspapers and magazines can be solved through simple substitution cipher. It is a method where one alphabet is replaced by another. Knowledge of short words and frequency analysis can help people excel in solving these word puzzles.
Albert Einstein is considered to be one of the greatest geniuses who has ever lived. And yet,
Einstein did not consider himself a genius.
The famous Spanish artist Pablo Picasso had some thoughts on the
subject. Decode the cryptogram below to find out what they were.
Decode the cryptogram to discover one of
his thoughts about the medical profession.
The question is intended
to elicit the name of your all-time favorite
book, but comedian Steven Alexander
Wright interprets the question a slightly
Decode the cryptogram below to find out what
Picasso had to say about why he painted the
way that he did.
This is a long one, but well worth it.
Decrypt puzzles. Underneath, write what you think the sayings mean.
Solve the cryptogram below to see
what comedian George Burns has to say about how to
achieve family happiness. Then write his observation
on the lines below.
Decode the cryptogram to
find out what the poet and writer Maya Angelou believed was the
best way to handle change.
Decode the cryptogram to find out what
American self-help author and motivational speaker Wayne Dyer
has to say about that power.
It can be difficult to change, but according to blogger
turned New York Times best-selling author and speaker
Mandy Hale, there is something even more painful.
Decode the cryptogram to read this quote by Thomas Fuller (1608 -
1661), an English churchman and historian now remembered for his
Decode the puzzle to find some inspiration from basketball coach
John Wooden to see your goal through.
When you need some good advice, who do you turn
to? The Roman statesman and skeptic philosopher
Marcus Tullius Cicero believes that there is only one person who can
give you the advice that you seek.
Decode the cryptograms to read the saying.