Let me see if I understand this article. A global conspiracy of scholars belonging to a "secret society" of Freemasons is suppressing the "truth" that the Buddha was really born in Gandhara and "broke away" from Zoroastrianism. If people only knew the "truth" that he was born in Gandhara and rejected Zoroastrianism, then they would... um... they'd certainly... um... what would they do now? Luckily for this writer, these conspirators, who are so desperate to cover up the truth, left several "anagrams" and obvious codes that give themselves away! This reveals how badly they wanted to keep the "truth" a... um... secret.
Contrary to the writer's claims, Prof. Gombrich's date for the death of the Buddha is largely based on a record of the life spans of a lineage of ancient experts in monastic rules (see http://www.buddhistethics.org/15/prebish-article.html
). It has nothing to do with "404 not found" (obviously). Nor does the word "Devil" come from the words "Da Evil," another claim the writer actually mentions in the article (seriously)! ("Devil," of course, comes from the Greek word diabolos
If this is not a deliberate parody of religious conspiracy theories, then someone must be a passionate fan of the novel The Da Vinci Code