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    Default The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    Researchers at the University of Alberta now believe that the elusive book is written in Hebrew, using a code that involves shuffling the vowels and removing consonants. The team, led by Greg Kondrak, used some translation software that had previously been used on the UN Declaration of Human Rights, which says that the very first sentence of the manuscript says "She made recommendations to the priest, man of the house and me and people."

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    Default Re: The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    Did You See Them--

    Any chance you have a link to Korak's work on the UN Declaration of Human Rights?
    Sure would appreciate it.

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    Default Re: The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    Looks like another group led by Ahmet Ardic has beaten AI at translating the Manuscript. So far they have deciphered 30% of the manuscript and have submitted a paper for review to the John Hopkins institute.

    Ahmet believes the writing is not Hebrew but an old Phonetic Turkish language.

    In the video below he deciphers an entire page, very interesting development.




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    Default Re: The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    This manuscript is fascinating. I've read about it before and it seems to hold some very ancient truths.

    Reading about it also jogged a sort of memory I have. The ptb (small letters as they are the lie; others hold the truth) are trying to get rid of vowels in our language, slowly but surely, because it connects us with the Creator and truth. If natural language disappears, then there will be more lost of our connection to the Creator and truth.

    I see this happening in small ways with such inane things as the products we buy. Febreze used to be Febreeze. Vowels are getting dumped slowly but surely and real symbolism is being replaced with an artificial symbolism in our world. I wish I could explain this better. It's just something I know in my heart.
    "The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what we share with someone when we are uncool." From the movie "Almost Famous""l "Let yourself stand cool and composed before a million universes." Walt Whitman

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    Default Re: The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    Thanks for the updates. The manuscript has been a source of great curiosity for many years, because it was so incomprehensible. One theory was that it came from another planet, or another dimension, like an alternate Earth whose languages were completely different to our own. A bit far out, with hindsight, but a fascinating idea. What else could explain it?

    It feels a little strange to suddenly have all the answers, and to finally be able to read this text. It's also heartening though, because it means that even the most impenetrable mysteries can come to light eventually.
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    Default Re: The Voynich Manuscript: after 500 Years, Someone's Finally Made Progress at Cracking it

    I may be mistaken in this but I've just been listening to a Bill Deagle video that Bill posted recently and in the video I thought he mentioned this manuscript but he referred to it as the 'Voynich document'.

    What makes me think it's the same is he associated it with Frances Bacon 1561 - 1626.

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