It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
There is much suggestion as to the purpose of the Voynich Manuscripts, and the overall extra-terrestrial suggestions that may lay within, ...
Recipe” book of some kind which related the medicinal potency of plants and roots and herbs to certain key elements/chemicals/planets with a tie into a person's astrological birth sign. Praha) =about $120,000.00 US dollars today--quite a lot for a single book. In the astrological section). 8aiiv) often occurs often right AFTER a rare word or ...
Dr. Leo Levitov, author of Solution of the Voynich Manuscript, presents the thesis that the Voynich is nothing less then the only surviving primary document of the " Great Heresy" that arose in Italy and flourished in Languedoc until ruthlessly exterminated by the Albigensian Crusade in the 1230s. Some of the symbols used in the Voynich manuscript ...
It is abundantly illustrated with awkward colored drawings of:
what seems to be herbal recipes;
tiny naked women frolicking in bathtubs connected by intricate plumbing looking more like anatomical parts than hydraulic contraptions;
mysterious charts in which some have seem astronomical objects seen through a telescope, some live cells seen through a microscope;
charts into which you may see a strange calendar of zodiacal signs, populated by tiny naked people in rubbish bins.
Originally posted by Night Star
I was going to embed your video for you but I got the message: This video does not exist. Maybe the person took it down.
Originally posted by ChuckNasty
The sound seems to be off. Hope this helps...and is visible by ATS members.edit on 29-5-2013 by ChuckNasty because: my 2 cents
For ATS YT links, the YT number is everything after the equal sign. Don't include the v.edit on 29-5-2013 by ChuckNasty because: teach a man to fish...
Originally posted by Zotor
I bet the manuscript is an old hoax, made to sell to an antique bookseller, book hoaxes became popular in medieval times and continued up until about 100 years ago, not much of a popular form of art these days with the distractions of radio and tv, thus, war of the worlds, alternative 003, etc. Jumping to the conclusion that it's alien or atlantean is pretty funny to me, might as well say it was a leprechaun book from krang's dimension x.