posted on Sep, 3 2018 @ 06:25 PM
a reply to: Madrusa
You were right. That image does match one in the Voynich. I just found it in my copy. My apologies. That certainly makes your argument more
I'm a little suspicious of the authenticity of the one in the video, though. Looking at the screenshot you posted in comparison with the scan of the
original Voynich, the illustration seems almost exact. I'm not familiar enough with how books were hand reproduced in that era to know for sure, but I
would think there would be at least some slight differences. Also, take note of the smudges on the upper right part of the 'pipe' in the Voynich scan.
Those are obviously not part of the original drawing, yet the exact same smudges (along with others) seem to be in the same spot in the document in
the video, as if it were a printout of the original scan that has been further artificially 'weathered'.
I'm not saying that's the case, but I'm still highly skeptical. Either way, nice find.
edit: What language are they speaking? Turkish? If so, I have a friend in Turkey who might be able to translate. I'd be interested to know what
edit 2: The second screenshot you just edited into your last post makes me even more suspicious. The spacing and everything seems identical to the
scan of the original, making it look like either a printed forget or a direct tracing of the original. Hmm.
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AdmireTheDistance because: (no reason given)