A researcher from Bristol University said he found the mysteries of the Voynich manuscript.
The "Voynich manuscript" is one of the most mysterious books in the world known around the year 1404-1438. The title of the book is named after Wilfrid Voynich, an ancient Polish bookstore who bought it in Italy in 1912.
The mysterious Voynich text finally has a successful decoder.
Voynich consists of 240 pages of leather, written in a very confusing language, containing many objects such as trees, ancient experimental equipment, astrological symbols related to many areas like medicine. , biology, chemistry, universe .
This manuscript has made it difficult for experts around the world for more than a century. Until recently, Dr. Gerard Cheshire, a researcher at the University of Bristol, believed that he finally broke the code.
Although not yet revealed the results, Dr. Gerard Cheshire used a combination of thinking and ingenuity to decode. Dr. Cheshire also claimed to have identified the language and writing system used in the document.
Dr. Gerard Cheshire stresses that it is a combination of strange and familiar symbols without specialized punctuation, although some letters have symbolic variations to indicate punctuation or phonetic. All letters are lowercase and without double consonants. It also includes some words and abbreviations in Latin.
For example, the word 'palina' is a stick that measures the depth of water, sometimes called a stadia or ruler.
After setting the language used, Dr. Cheshire can now begin to understand the content of the manuscript. He added, what it reveals is even more amazing than our myths and fantasies still think about.
Dr. Cheshire has a plan to translate the entire manuscript. However, this can take a long time because the manuscript is quite long.