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In mythology, medieval literature and occultism, the language of the birds is
postulated as a mystical, perfect divine language, green language, adamic
Just Wondering anyone Happens to think about this..
While looking at the VM and distance myself from my Pc looking at VM Writing
It appears like English Writing ...
But The Mind Works in Mysterious Ways
Example for those of you that can get it ... BRAVO!!
Some Fun ... Heal Law Aloft ... got and Fecg ... Apaw Fecpg.. Self othlaw ( The Law ) LOL...
Repectfully just Giberish of what it appears to me looking like European letters...
Now if those Rumors of Francis Bacon to Leonardo Da Vinci having a Hand putting this book together..
were to be True (( Unlikely )) I would See why and WHY the way's around... Coding it to keep away Praying Eyes...
but my stand is Still... that this.. This VM Book is some kind of Almanac of some sort.. either a Home to Witch to Wizard's kind of Book ... but from the Date of it ( Sometime in the 15th Century ) as its claimed... wasn't there Prosecution during this time of Heretics, Blasphemy Sinners and Finger Pointing of Witches ?
edit on 23-2-2014 by Wolfenz because: (no reason given)
After watching the video I have a difficult time believing that this method hadn't been tried before. So many people have attempted to break this coding, and not a single one of them thought "Hrm. Juniper. Let's try other languages." or "Hrm Taurus maybe this says 'Taurus'."
Maybe they haven't. I haven't followed the manuscripts closely enough to know what has and hasn't been tried, but the fact no one else has tried seems odd to me since this is a rather simple approach by taking what you know and applying it to the rest of the text.
I know books back in the day were expensive, but books when this manuscript was first 'rediscovered and sold' were not so expensive, and much less expensive than the profit that was earned from it. If it is a hoax and created by the sellers of the book when it resurfaced, it could just be a bunch of gibberish. I really hope it's not, however.
originally posted by: Shoujikina
a reply to: Wolfenz
So now we are supposed to be AMAZED by 1337sp33k, when normally, people would roll their eyes and groan in the face of such juvenile childishness. I mean, you can't find a more 'teenage' language than leetspeak (gasp, I actually wrote it normally, I must be such a 14m4h).
When you grow out of such silliness, it's pretty hard to get 'amazed' by it..
How low is the so-called 'humanity' of this planet sinking, when now we are supposed to be 'amazed' by the stupidity of the teenagers? I think 1337sp33k originally existed to cover up the fact that the teens don't know proper grammar. And now we are supposed to celebrate and applaud it, and be amazed by it.. groan!
In any case, my take on Voynich Manuscript is that it's an informative Druid book, written by Druids, for Druids, and in code, so that the church (and the other persecutors of innocent healers and 'knowers' of the nature's and the Universe's secrets) wouldn't cause problems.
Another reason could be that those herbs and other plants that seem to not exist anymore (herbs are disappearing, sadly), can be very powerful, and the information about them in the wrong hands could cause lots of grief, pain and destruction.
The church persecuted innocent healers just for having realized the balance of the five elements, that the church didn't of course understand, so they started imagining seeing the image of the beast in that innocent, star-shaped description of how the energy flows work (you can find it in the thousands of years old chinese wisdom books about human health and energy - the chinese take the truth of the five elements as an obvious fact, unlike most westerners).
So obviously the druids had to be really careful about all that, and when they wanted to document their information and findings, and the secrets they found and figured out, they had to come up with a way that wouldn't land them in hot water with the 'authorities' - they couldn't use easy-to-understand figures and language. I think they invented their own language with divine guidance (or something).
It looks like the actual images and pictures have been drawn with a completely different individual(s) than the one(s) that actually wrote the text.
As a symbolic, descriptive comparison one could say that it's almost like the text has been written by a higher being, an Extra-Terrestrial visitor, and then the images have been drawn by the Earth-dwellers that worship them. Perhaps there was a time constraint, perhaps they couldn't get an actual artist to draw the images, or maybe Voynich Manuscript is a copy of some original book, where the texts were copied by someone skilled, but the images were just quickly sketched by someone not-so-skilled.. I don't really know.
But it seems like there's a huge discrepancy between the text style and the almost childishly primitive image quality.
It's fun to ponder what might have happened, but until one learns to read Akasha directly, or meditates and elevates his consciousness, or permanently leaves the physical body and then goes to talk to the elders, it's probably quite impossible to know how it all went down back then.
Beautiful penmanship, though - as far as the text is concerned.
Authorship of the Edwin Smith Papyrus is debated. The majority of the papyrus was written by one scribe, with only small sections written by a second scribe. The papyrus ends abruptly in the middle of a line, without any inclusion of an author. It is believed that the papyrus is based upon an earlier text from the Old Kingdom. Form and commentary included in the papyrus give evidence to the existence of an earlier document. The text is attributed by some to Imhotep, an architect, high priest, and physician of the Old Kingdom, 3000-2500 B.C.
Diego de Landa Calderón (12 November, 1524 – 1579)
was a Spanish bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Yucatán. He left future generations with a mixed legacy in his writings, which contain much valuable information on pre-Columbian Maya civilization, and his actions which destroyed much of that civilization's history, literature, and traditions. He is a major figure in the so-called "Black Legend".