Terrence D. Oaks

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Terrence Dean Oaks also Terry Oaks (born 1937) is an electrician and tax protester from Sepulveda, California. He is also credited with the discovery of the "author’s code" in Francis Parker Yockey's philosophical work Imperium.[1]

The code reads "F Y O C K E Y" when you read the first letter of the paragraphs in the chapters "The History of American Imperialism" (pages 480-481) and "The American Revolution of 1933" (pages 498-499).


  1. '"Code Cracked", Washington Observer Newsletter, Number 135, March 15, 1972