Page 1. Page 2. | । । । yALE UNIVERSIT`. LIBRARV. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page 14 . In , the rare book dealer Wilfrid Voynich discovered what is now known as the. Voynich Manuscript in a Jesuit library at the Villa Mondragone near Rome.

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For more, go to http: I would like to recommend Terence McKenna’s talk on the Voynich Manuscript to anyone interested in it, simply amazing. The manuscript has a map of Sortavala and depicts plants that are only found in bogs in cold peat-accumulating areas. For years now, people have been complaining that the alchemists were a pack of wolves operating in a den of iniquity; perhaps here’s some solid proof that at least one of them actually was.

I am not sure whether someone mentioned this previously or not. First Botany, then Stars, Then people, then recipes. It is the older story in human history there are some crops that are planted at growing moon and some other have to be after the day of frost.

By their fruits ye shall know them. When we open a book of botany what do we find? Maybe code with made up letters and missing key to decipher? The roots of all the illustrated plants seem to become more attached as the manuscript progresses. Voynich Really Interesting read. But also we start to see stars depicted with plants, these stars I believe to be seeds or seedlings. It would take a person months of training to get the lettering so consistent for the whole manuscript.


I am not here to translate the whole book for the reason explained, but there are “No Experts” other than researchers on Landa Khojki, Multani, Sindhi mentioned in the explanation. This might indicate the “peasant” actually had a high intellect in a remote area who had no access to books or anyone who could write. I think they used some kind of prisme that would reflect to other characters.

I don’t think anyone has ever realized that the plants listed are all regional carriers of DMT from around the world. The manuscript describes the Czech history. Nickel – Zinc Lunar period cycles.

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Anyway, it’s good to see a nice hi res version available for free. I don’t believe in the alien dropping the book off for humanity theory.

For the first 30 or so pages I can see rythmatic patterns. One person might have illustrated the picture that was painted on the page and the other person simply drew the pictures. I don’t know what this manuscript is or is not. So there is some rich duke who wants to seem intellectual and own a scientific book.

Please widen your knowledge as I have detailed as much as possible, There is no alternative to this, because this is the truth. I am not sure what was written in that book but it clearly says the manuscript was prepared by more than 1 person.


If you study the history of Manusxrito languages. Some pictures show the DNA chain. Much of the text is a list of overwhelmingly Finno-Uralic names with some Dutch, Danish, French, and German tossed in now and then. Picture instead of words these are musical chords. The part where there are many stars in a circle to manuscrtio it could mean a few things like plant spacing or number of seeds that each star conforms to.

The Voynich Manuscript

Theories range from a secret language or code to an old sort of joke or hoax. I deciphered the manuscript Riabets M. The Voynich Manuscript Item Preview. MercyNeeded – – June 23, Subject: I’ve been a Shaman for over 20 years now and have been studying DMT and it’s role in out anthropology.

Trying to disregard the text and only looking at the diagrams will not give much insight since any one drawing can be interpreted a thousand different ways. Silk route was well traveled and passed through that region. Does the book use different pots to illustrate the roots looking the same notice the legs of the pots or are they just random containers used to store those roots?