Written in "alien" characters, illustrated with sketches, and dating back hundreds of years, the Voynich Manuscript has puzzled cryptographers, historians and bibliophiles for centuries. Read more: www.foxnews.com...?test=latestnews#ixzz1fRAo71Ta
"The sound syllables are a mixture of Spanish and Italian, also mixed with the language this man used to speak himself. His own language was a rare Babylonian dialect that was spoken in a small area in Asia." The author of the Voynich Manuscript did not know how to write in any extant language, Ketola said, so he had to create his own alphabet and vocabulary. "This man could not write any language so he had to invent a writing he can read / pronounce himself," Read more: www.foxnews.com...?test=latestnews#ixzz1fREVbIyK
Originally posted by randomname
of course mainstream scientists won't confirm his work, because he made them look stupid and small.
all their education and self importance was tossed out the window by a fin with no scientific background.
on top of that God helped him.
i like it when God humbles arrogant scientists.
Originally posted by charlyv
reply to post by FurvusRexCaeli
Yea, I had trouble with "antibiotic" also,
Wonder if it was a literal translation to modern terms from another 'word' that implied healing but had no connections to understanding the nature of bacteria...