TS Caladan’s 6th Book!
Author, researcher and artist TS Caladan’s new book: the ‘ANAGRAMACRON’ has been officially green-lighted by TWB Press in Colorado! In less than two years, TS (formerly Doug Yurchey) has had 6 books published: a “Traylogy” or 3 epic SF stories, a 2-volume set of short stories (“Caladanthology”) named “Science-Faction” and now the most incredible book of all called the “ANAGRAMACRON.” Nothing like HR Giger’s ‘Necronomicon,’ although the covers have more original art by the author, possibly Tray’s best images.
“ANAGRAMACRON” was a fitting name for a collection of very strange and spooky ANAGRAMS. Did you know anagrams speak? Don’t think of them as word-games you might have learned as a child. “Perfect” anagrams are much, much more. The 220-page, 6”x9” paperback [also eBook] contains the best anagrams from 3 manuscripts collected back in 2006 after an amazing discovery of the ‘Anagram Genius’ software and what the program could do. It brought to the surface, brought to light, and displayed for us fantastic information that was normally occulted (hidden) and never revealed over the usual Media.
New, odd anagrams have also been collected on current People and Things.
The “Voice” that tended to speak through jumbled letters…will creep anyone out! Wait until you see what anagrams suddenly displayed with the aid of computer-generators. With a push of a button, you won’t believe your eyes. Some know of classic anagrams such as “funeral = real fun,” “mother-in-law = woman Hitler” and “Clint Eastwood = Old West Action.” We immediately presume these were coincidences, strange quirks and were bound to occur here and there. No one imagined what the computer age brought about in regard to the ancient art of anagramming.
Anagrammatism, its mystery and a bit of Anagram History are provided in the back sections of the book. Would you believe anagrams may have revealed the identity of Jack the Ripper? Click onto the LINKS below. You’ll also see some fine examples of the weird ‘Voice’ or special, Speaking Anagrams.
There is indeed a science and a math here: a science, like others, we’ll never fully understand. The weirdness of transposed letters and what was hidden all along in front of our eyes, should not stop us from viewing the ‘perfect’ anagrams on top of computer lists and learning from them. We should be in awe of them. You’ll discover that anagrams ‘speak.’ It’s only right that we should listen. And do what we will with the information~
We’re aware of psychics, crystal balls, tea leaves, numerology, Tarot Cards, Ouija Boards and other bizarre means to find knowledge or look beyond. Who knew that anagrams were a similar technique and possibly a reliable method of discovering the truth? The ancients knew and venerated anagrams; they coded secret information within them. Nostradamus, Galileo, Plato and many others believed (perfect) anagrams held one’s Fate or Destiny. Did the ancients have better computers than we do?
See the ‘mountain’ of knowledge for yourself. Do anagrams ring true? You’ll strangely see that they do. The ANAGRAMACRON is an enigma encyclopedia! Or, a handbook of the perfect anagrams in two categories: People and Things, listed in alphabetical order. The only exceptions to the order are variations of the subject or related subjects’ anagrammed.
It’s a 200-page LIST of unbelievable and uncensored anagrams. A few showed every sexual detail and perversion; nothing was held back…except when anagrams oddly censored themselves.
You’ll be fascinated after only viewing a few pages of the Anagram Lists.
Punch your own name in ‘Anagram Genius’ software and see what comes up. Perfect ones where every letter were used in a sensible phrase were rare. But when they appeared, it was like LIGHTNING STRUCK! Why did the lightning hit the same spot again and again? In other words, why do variations of the subject just about all 'say' the same information? Inexplicable. Extraordinary.
Discover the magic of ancient anagrams and modern ones. Links provided are a small taste of what’s contained in the ANAGRAMACRON, by TWB Press. Write to Tray for special signed, numbered copies of his books: