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Sir Isaac Newton used an anagram to conceal the details of his calculus in a message to Leibnitz, presented in a form that cannot be interpreted to reveal its meaning before the fact. But after the facts have transpired and the solution of the puzzle is found, it can serve as irrefutable evidence of the Providence of the creator. He wrote: The foundations of these operations is evident enough, in fact; but because I cannot proceed with the explanation of it now, I have preferred to conceal it thus: 6accdae13eff7i3l9n4o4qrr4s8t12ux. On this foundation I have also tried to simplify the theories which concern the squaring of curves, and I have arrived at certain general Theorems. in 1677 † Sir Isaac Newton