My friends make fun of me or studying cryptography and writing encrypted messages.
But it’s actually an art mentioned in the Kama Sutra: The 44th and 45th yoga (art) of love that men and women should practice as lovers.
In fact, the Kama Sutra outlines a relatively secure cryptographic method that has come to be known as the Kama Sutra Cipher.
It’s actually an ancient tradition among some of the worlds most famous lovers.
Julius Caesar sent messages to Cleopatra in code (Caesar Cipher). Ancient writings also counsel lovers to exchange encoded messages of love as an excercise in intimacy.
It’s like giving a gift in a box that is locked with a key and the person has to find the key to open the box.
Of course, this is only interesting to people who are sexually aroused by cerebral stimulation. The brain is, after all, the body’s largest sexual organ.