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The Voynich Manuscript Project

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posted on Oct, 25 2003 @ 05:41 AM
Hey Smirkley!
Thanks you've done great research. Since nobody wants to take over the project, I'll still be leader and try to spend a little more time on it. Are you still gathering all the information in a Word file together?

posted on Oct, 26 2003 @ 11:48 AM
Yesterday I saw some stuff on TV from Leonardo Da Vinci. They also showed some manuscripts, which look pretty damn similar to the Voynich manuscripts.
Further research will be posted soon.

posted on Oct, 26 2003 @ 01:45 PM
A breakdown of the folding pages, their positioning in the individual 'quire's'.

Each page is linked to an image of the actual scan of the Yale copy.

CLICK ON EACH PAGE NUMBER to view the full size scan of that page.


/-------------- 001r - 001v A1

posted on Oct, 26 2003 @ 04:30 PM
OK more post for now...

A BIG page of Stuff related to the Voynich manuscript

This is a very large listing of other parties with interests in the Voynich Manuscripts.

Having just found this, I thought it would provide many reference points in this project, for online sources of attempts, analysis, and information. I am just beginning to go thru these links myself, to discover where they all are going.

posted on Oct, 27 2003 @ 01:52 AM
This manuscript originally contained 100 sheets, but was mutilated by Guglielmo Libri in the mid-nineteenth century, and now contains only 90. The missing folios, sold to Lord Ashburnham by Libri, were returned to the Institut de France in 1891. This is the oldest surviving original manuscript of Leonardo. It contains studies of military technology, centrally planned churches, and projects for the "ideal city" and for the flying-machine.

Looks pretty similar huh? I'll find more similar manuscripts.

posted on Jan, 3 2004 @ 01:46 PM
Another perspektive of the topic:;pos=top;sz=468x60;ord=1073159250406?

posted on Dec, 12 2005 @ 05:16 PM
Having only recently noticed that the links that provided the images for the scanned pages, have since expired and become dead sometime in the past, and not having the quarter of a million points it would need to upload them all to ATS, I am just going to provide this link as a reasonable substitute to be used as reference.

Voynich MS - Pages / Folios

On this site you will find the links to view hi-res scans of each page.

Also note that each page section have links with additional analysis available.

Quire 1
Quire 2
Quire 3
Quire 4
Quire 5
Quire 6
Quire 7
Quire 8
Quire 9
Quire 10
Quire 11
Quire 12
Quire 13
Quire 14
Quire 15
Quire 17
Quire 19
Quire 20


[edit on 12-12-2005 by smirkley]

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