Investigating the possibility that "UEAINFPXE EV AOOS FFIG FFN" is encoded with a substitution cipher:
According to a quick Python check, the last word can only be "eel". That leaves the "FFIG" word to be "eery". Which leaves no option for the first word. So either it's not a substitution cypher, or it's not English.
Python code goes something like this:>>> words = open('/usr/share/dict/words').readlines() >>> words = [(w[:1].lower() for w in words] >>> [x for x in words if len(x) == 3 and len(set(x)) == 2 and x[0] == x[1] and not "'" in x] ['eel'] >>> [x for x in words if len(x) == 4 and len(set(x)) == 3 and x[0] == x[1] and x[0] == "e" and not "'" in x] ['eels','eery'] >>> [x for x in words if len(x) == 9 and len(set(x)) == 8 and x[8] == x[1] and x[3:6] == "rle" and not "'" in x] []
Anyway, I give up.
