Ahamedd Saaddoodeen.: The REAL-LIFE Puzzle in the DVCode
The lightly edited email, from a mathematician, offers the following (reprinted by permission):
Ahammedd = Ameddha (to praise)
Saaddoodeen= Sa'ad'ud'Din (good luck/good fortune/aid/help).
Perhaps Ahamedd Saaddoodeen is refering together as 'praising good fortune', or something along those lines. He thinks perhaps it is a hymn in a version of a bible, or a passage out of Da Vinci's note book.
The second email, from the same mathematician, offered a slightly different interpretation:
= (of) the religion/faith.
Perhaps the more specific message is:
To praise Felicia of the Religion (or Faith).
So, the search for answers in the real-life DVCode puzzle is on.