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    The Mystery Of The Voynich Manuscript Finally Solved

    source : http://mysteriousuniverse.org Mathematicians from the RAS Institute of Applied Mathematics deciphered the Voynich manuscript, currently kept at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, with an unusual code-breaking technique. They first removed all of the vowels and spaces, turning the codex into what looked like one extremely long Russian name. That obviously wasn’t the solution. But believe it or not, it was close. They compared the vowel-less, space-less string of characters to Indo-European languages such as the Slavic subgroup, Germanic, Romance, Greek, Bac and Latin. They then looked at the Ural family of languages and the Finno-Ugric (Hungarian) branch. They also included artificial languages such as Esperanto, Interlingua…

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    Voynich Code – The Worlds Most Mysterious Manuscript – The Secrets of Nature

    Voynich Code – The Worlds Most Mysterious Manuscript – The Secrets of Nature Subscribe to watch full natural history and science documentaries! A new documentary is uploaded every week. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesecretsof… Twitter: https://twitter.com/NatureUniversum It is the world’s most mysterious manuscript. A book, written by an unknown author, illustrated with pictures that are as bizarre as they are puzzling — and written in a language that even the best cryptographers have been unable to decode. No wonder that this script even has a part in Dan Brown’s latest bestseller “The Lost Symbol”.

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    Voynich Manuscript Revealed (2018)

    Voynich Manuscript Revealed (2018) The Voynich Manuscript is a mysterious medieval manuscript written in the early 15th century. To date, scientists, historians, mathematicians and linguists have struggled to decipher the manuscript. However, the mystery has finally been put to rest. Ata Team Alberta (ATA) has deciphered and translated over 30% the manuscript. Currently, a formal paper of the philological study was submitted to an academic journal in John Hopkins University. turkicresearch@gmail.com