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NEW YORK – Recalling Dan Brown’s bestselling novel “The Da Vinci Code,” computer experts have discovered strange anomalies in the Obama birth record released by the White House.
They include a different birth registration number that shows up in “hidden text,” remnants of the short-form certificate apparently bleeding through the long-form and a “smiley face” in the registrar’s stamp that does not show up on other recently issued Hawaii birth records.
Curiously, in a simple process run by Optical Character Recognition software that reveals hidden text, the registration number 10611 turns up, instead of 10641, the number displayed on the two birth records authorized for publication by the White House.
Application of the Adobe Acrobat’s “Examine Document” function on the Obama long-form document produces the following hidden text:
The number 10611 would seem to be more plausible than 10641, which appears to be out of sequence with the numbers of the published birth certificates of twins born a day after Obama.
As WND reported, the numbers on the Hawaii birth certificates of twins Susan and Gretchen Nordyke are lower than the number given Obama, even though the president’s birth certificate was accepted by the registrar general and stamped with a certificate number three days earlier. Further, as WND reported, an article by the man who was Hawaii’s registrar general at the time Obama was born confirmed birth certificates were numbered immediately upon acceptance by the registrar general.
Here is a close-up:
And here are the two pages, for comparison:
Is 10611 Obama’s true birth registration number, the number on a document used by a forger or just a meaningless symbol beneath the text?
Ghost of the short-form birth certificate?
While the White House posted an electronic copy of Obama’s birth certificate printed on the green hash-mark paper of the Hawaii Department of Health, the press was handed a paper copy that for some unspecified reason lacked the green background.
Here is how the white birth certificate looked when distributed in the White House pressroom April 27:
Within days, contributors demonstrated on AboveTopSecret.com that when the copy is run through a color filter process in Paintshop Pro, the text of Obama’s short-form certification of live birth, oddly, appears to bleed through the page.
The contributors speculated that the short-form birth certificate was placed behind the white, long-form birth certificate when it was copied for distribution to the White House press April 27.
Here are two versions of the white birth certificate analyzed under color filters:
User “boondock-saint” posted on AboveTopSecret.com an interactive version that flashes between the short-form and a brown version of the long-form birth certificate, demonstrating how text from the short-form appears to be bleeding through.
The word “VOID” also appears behind the long-form:
Smile, Alvin T. Onaka!
WND previously reported that a close inspection of the Hawaii Department of Health state registrar’s stamp affixed by Alvin T. Onaka on the White House-released document reveals a curious misspelling.
The language of the seal reads, “I certify this is a true copy or abstract of TXE record on file in the Hawaii State Department of Health.”
Here is a close-up of the registrar’s stamp on the White House-released document:
Additionally, with a magnification of 800 percent, the distinct form of a smiley face can be seen on the side of the “A” in Onaka’s first name. The figure appears to be a side profile of a face with a nose, eye and mouth.
It is arguable, viewing the document at 1,600 magnification, that the smiley face could have been formed by inserting a stylized letter “E” into the rounded outside loop of the “A” in Alvin.
The TXE and the smiley face are not seen on other examples of the state registrar’s seal, such as the copy of a long-form birth certificate released by the Hawaii Department of Health as recently as March 15:
Here is a close-up of the registrar’s certification stamp on the long-form birth certificate copy dated March 15:
Why would the Hawaii DOH allow the document issued to the president to contain an obvious smiling face hiding within the first letter of the state registrar’s signature?
Or, could it be the work of a forger leaving his mark, laughing at those who take the document seriously?:
Below is a hand-drawn version that illustrates how the face appears in the letter:
Certainly, whoever proof-read the stamp or examined the document for accuracy at the Hawaii Department of Health before releasing it to the White House either was negligent or had a unique sense of humor.