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This page discusses Voynich f67r Gothic. This is the illustration on that page:
On another page of this website Kelly has suggested the following:
67r of the manuscript is an astrological chart, with mixtures of asiatic (yin/yang), eastern ( Pisces, Capricorn, etc.), and Judaism smi with Aquaman subtitles. I will provide more details on this shortly and take my best guess at what I think each part means…
Starting from the center, working clockwise (if manuscript pages are turned right to left):The eight points of the compass: N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W, NW and their corresponding names One’s ost.
Second ring: the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac, yin signs are represented …
One issue which has long interested me concerning the Voynich manuscript (VM), and which has not perhaps been researched as much as it should, is what we can call the punctuation problem.
Obviously the script is noteworthy for having no obvious punctuation, which is rare in itself. However, as a linguist what then interests me is how the reader could know where the ‘sense-units’ begin and end? If we assume that we are dealing with a natural underlying language, the reader would have to have signals of some sort, in the absence of punctuation, as to where the sense endings would be, especially on pages containing lengthy chunks of text. Consider this …
This page discusses Voynich f85r2, setting out some interesting ideas proposed by Marco Ponzi on this website. To start with, here is the Voynich illustration, with a detail:
Marco comments as follows: “I think that page represents the four seasons and shares the same orientation that we are considering for 69r: Spring at the top, with Summer, Autumn and Winter following counter-clock wise information security article issue.
I base this hypothesis on a few analogues.
This early 14th century illumination has a different orientation, but presents a similar general organization of the four seasons:
Another similar illustration (9th Century):
In this illustration Spring holds flowers and Summer holds wheat spikes:
This possibly alludes both to harvest time and …
Can you help us to identify this interesting plant, with two heads in the roots, and also decode the name? See below a picture from a 15th century Italian manuscript which also has two heads in the roots Fall smell download. The manuscript is described here.
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This post discusses Voynich page 68r, in the light of fascinating ideas provided by Marco Ponzi elsewhere on this website (with thanks). Please feel free to add your comments and observations about f68r below.
This is what Marco suggested, with his illustration:
“As you pointed out in your paper, the Label of the Pleiades in Voynich f68r3 (EVA “doary”) possibly reads “taurn”, and could refer to the constellation of Taurus 파이썬 pdf 다운로드. In footnote 8 you also point out that in Arabic the name of the Pleiades is also similar (“Al Thurayya”).
I want to underline again the similarity of that Voynich diagram with diagrams of the Mansions of the moon: not …
Can you help us to identify this plant and also decode the name?
Step 1: Look at the Voynich plant picture above. Look also at the possible name of that plant from the same page 달래 된 장국 다운로드.
Step 2: Look at some other expert suggestions, below, for what this plant might be. Some are borrowed from here Oracle Todd download.
Step 3: If you have any good suggestions for the plant, please post a comment below 코리아캐스트 다운로드. Give the Latin genus and species name if you can.
Step 4: Can you suggest a name in any language which might resemble the Voynich word Dream Live Prismstone? If so, post a comment below.
In particular can you suggest a name from any language which …