Substitution Ciphers

This is a simple substitution cipher, where I have randomly chosen one letter to represent another. Ciphers are where one character represents another. In codes, one character or symbol can represent a group of letters or words, so all emojis are codes, for example.

ZW  VEPONHN  MDNVZBNYY:

YZVDZ  JPNDN  SWG  VDN.

GYN  JPVZ  SWG  PVHN.

TW  JPVZ  SWG  EVB.

Can you tell me which great man said it?

Tip: The most commonly used letters in the English language are:

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The most commonly used words in written English are:

    1. the
    2. of
    3. and
    4. to
    5. a
    6. in
    7. is
    8. for
    9. that
    10. was
  1. on
  2. with
  3. he
  4. it
  5. as
  6. at
  7. his
  8. by
  9. be
  10. from
  1. are
  2. this
  3. I
  4. but
  5. have
  6. an
  7. has
  8. not
  9. they
  10. or

 

 

 

 

 

 

As with all averages, these apply best to large samples, but they may help here.

There are many other types of substitution ciphers and cipher-based codes. Why not try them out by clicking on the links below?

Substitution Ciphers With Keys          Caesar Ciphers          Advanced Caesar Ciphers

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