Voynich Manuscript


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Some time ago, while reading through the itotd.com website, I found a post about this old manuscript and seemed very interesting. Written in a strange language impossible to be translated, it is considered to be 'The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World'.


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The manuscript is small and thick, and has about 235 pages. It is a lots of awkward drawings of: unidentified plants, herbal recipes, mysterious charts, tiny naked women frolicking in bathtubs.

"Is it written in a code, a cipher, or an unknown shorthand? Is it written in a lost, obscure or artificial language?" No one can tell…

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11 Responses to “Voynich Manuscript”

  1. i wonder what the pages say, and also maybe it has something to do with plants because all the illustrations are of different plants.

    In loveing it, sooo mysterious!

  2. I’m seeing a lot of DMT references there. Maybe talking to some self-transforming machine elves might help?

  3. I love the manuscript, although dont understand a thing…the writting and art is superb!!!

  4. It feels almost like a fertility book. The position of the woman and the ovarian like tubes, very similar to early drawings of
    the ovaries. Also. the plants could be fertility plants, as well as the sun and moon cycles critical for conceiving. Its almost like the woman are driving or operating some kind of bio machines in order to become and sustain some kind of pregnancy, perhaps one of consciousness. There are some pineal gland – like images as well. As for the writing, I don’t think it is a code, but a language unto itself.

  5. This book was made by a child. Just look at the drawings.

    Also, the “pools with naked women” are actually trying to represent a uterus.
    I believe that some kid saw biology books and tried to make one of his own, resulting in a very bizarre creation: the Voynich manuscript (it’s called Voynich just because a guy named Voynich ended up owning this book). Thus, this book is just a joke and doesn’t mean anything.

  6. Many of the world’s top cryptographers have tried and failed to decipher this 15c. manuscript. I written in an unknown language in a unknown cipher. The illustrations are ambiguous, and even the captions associated with the drawings cannot be deciphered. Current analysis of the manuscript states that is a meaningless collection of symbols, but further analysis completed in the 1970’s point toward a language entropy and some meaningful text.

    Some examples of analysis include:

    Character frequencies
    Vowel/consonant identification (Sukhotin)
    Entropy of characters / diagraphs
    Cluster analysis of the Currier languages, by character (D’Imperio) or digraph (RZ)

    An excellent source of information can be found at:http://www.voynich.nu/a_char.html

  7. no wonder that they didint found any writing mistakes on the manuskript .And thats make much more harder to decifer it no 1 can tell where is the begining or the end of book,or the words .That dude tought alot of Doing that.And mabye the numbers represend the order of words or something..damm its alot of think in this

  8. who knows… maybe someday… 😉

  9. I have seen quilts made with those circles. I think the words are(code) for colors & prints. I think the plants were just drawn to make the pages look pretty. This had to be done by someone looking at a fantasy. Or one person did the book first then another wrote in it. Either receipes for herbal tea’s, etc or maybe medicines. I dont think the plants existed.

  10. Page 82 has a background mark looks like english, at the bottom it looks like university.
    Looks like a hoax.

  11. @ Katie. the book is now property of Yale University, the mark is English, its a stamp.

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