10 world mysteries that cannot be solved

Fictional stories, like those described in 'Da Vinci Code' and the movie 'National Treasures' are nothing like secrets from this real life. Here is a list of 10 mysteries and cryptography that cannot be discovered the most mysterious.

1. Voynich manuscript

Encrypted codes, mysteries and public artworks tease us by its mysterious circumstances: Why are their messages encoded? What secrets can they contain? Despite the hard work of the best historians, the smartest crypto experts and the most determined treasure hunters, the history full of mysteries continues to confuse us until now on.

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Voynich manuscript

Named after an old Polish-American book seller Wilfrid M.Voynich bought it in 1912, 'Voynich's manuscript' is a 240-page book written meticulously in a completely unknown language. . The pages of the book are also full of colored drawings of strange charts, images of events and trees are not like any other known, which makes the book more mysterious. cannot decode. No one knew who the manuscript manuscript was, but radiocarbon analysis showed that manuscript pages were done somewhere between 1404 and 1438. This manuscript was called ' Manuscript the world's most mysterious'.

There are many different theories about the origin and nature of this manuscript. Some said that this is a pharmacopoeia, describing various medical knowledge issues of medieval and modern early times. Many drawings of herbs also make people assume that it is something like a textbook for alchemists. The fact that many charts seem to draw astronomical phenomena, along with unspecified biological sketches, has even led some rich theorists to imagine the book to be of extraterrestrial origin.

But almost all theorists agree on the point that this book is hardly a joke when it comes to the amount of time, the amount of money and labor required to create it.

2. Kryptos

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Kryptos is a mysterious sculpture carved with 1,800 characters containing encoded messages created by American sculptor Jim Sanborn, placed in front of the headquarters of the US Central Intelligence Agency in Langley, Virginia. in 1990. It was so mysterious that even the world-famous CIA spy agency could not completely decipher its code.

This sculpture consists of four parts, and although the three parts of it have been solved, the fourth part of the 97 or 98 character code so far cannot be unlocked. In 2006, Sanborn revealed that in the first part there was a clue to breaking the fourth, and in 2010 he revealed another clue: characters 64-69 NYPVTT in the fourth part deciphered. means BERLIN.

3. The Beale code

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The Beale code is a set of three pieces of code written to reveal the location of one of the greatest buried treasures in American history with thousands of pounds of gold, silver and precious stones. The original treasure was found by a mysterious man named Thomas Jefferson Beale in 1818 while mining gold in Colorado.

In the three code snippets, only the second paragraph has been decoded. The interesting thing is that the United States Declaration of Independence is code lock. This was an amazingly strange thing when Beale had the same name as the author of the Declaration of Independence. The decoding text indicates the location of the treasure buried by Bedford County, Virginia, but its exact location, encoded in one of the remaining two, unresolved code. So far, treasure hunters are still scouring (often illegal) the hillsides of Bedford County to hunt for this huge chunk of wealth.

4. Disk Phaistos

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The mystery of Phaistos is the story that seems like in Indiana Jones. Discovered by archaeologists Italia Luigi Pernier in 1908 in the ruins of the Minos palace in Faistos, on the Greek island of Crete, the plate is made of baked clay and contains mysterious symbols that can is an unknown hieroglyph. It is believed that it was made somewhere in the second millennium BC.

Some scholars believe that these hieroglyphs resemble the letters of Linear A and Linear B, the type of writing used in ancient Crete. The problem is that Linear A cannot be decoded. So far, Phaistos is still one of the most famous archeological mysteries.

5. The inscription in Shugborough

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From a distance of the 18th century Shepherd's Monument in Staffordshire, England, you can think of it as a sculpture of the famous painting 'Shepherds in Arcadia'. by Nicolas Poussin. But looking closer, you will see a strange string of letters DOUOSVAVVM - an unbreakable code for more than 250 years.

And although no one knows the author of this code, some believe that cryptography can be a clue left by the Temple priests to indicate the location of the Holy Grail. Many of the greatest brains in the world, including Charles Dickens and Charles Darwin, tried to decode but failed.

6. Tamam Shud case

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Tamam Shud is one of Australia's greatest mysteries. It revolves around a strange man found dead in December 1948 on Somerton, Adelaide, Australia beach. In addition to not being able to identify the man, the incident became more mysterious when a tiny piece of paper with the words 'Tamam shud' was found in a secret bag in the dead man's pants.

This phrase translates to 'completed' or 'finished' and is used on the last page of the collection 'The Rubaiyat' by Omar Khayyam. In addition to this mystery, then a copy of 'The Rubaiyat' was found , in which a strange scribbled code was thought to have been left by this dead man. Based on the content of the poem by Omar Khayyam, many people believe that this message is a suicide note, but so far it has not been solved as well as this case itself.

7. Wow! Signal

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One night in the summer of 1977, Jerry Ehman, a volunteer of the SETI program (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence - a vast program that sought signals of extraterrestrial intelligence), could be the first one Get a deliberate message from another planet. While scanning radio waves from the deep universe in the hope of randomly catching a signal bearing in them the signs that it was sent by a rational race, Eman found a mutation in his measurements.

The signal lasts 72 seconds - the maximum amount of time that Ehman's wave scanning device can measure. This signal is large and seemingly transmitted from a place where humans have never been before: a point in the constellation Sagittarius, near the star called Tau Sagittarii, 120 light-years from Earth. Ehman wrote 'Wow!' on the original signal printout, so it's called 'Wow! Signal ' (Wow! Signal). Every attempt to catch and locate this signal failed, leading to great controversies and mysteries about its origin and meaning.

8. Letters from the zealous Zodiac

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Zodiac's letters are a series of four encrypted letters that are thought to have been written by Zodiac, the infamous serial killer who shocked the people of San Francisco in the late 1960s and early 1970s. These letters were probably written to provoke journalists and police, and although a letter was deciphered, the remaining three letters were still unresolved.

Zodiac's identity is also never defined. Since the 1970s, people no longer see Zodiac murders.

9. The directions rocks in Georgia

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The stones of the Georgia road are sometimes referred to as ' America's Stonehenge ' , a marble monument erected in Elbert County, Georgia in 1979. The stones are engraved with 10 new commandments. ' The intellectual era ' written in 8 languages ​​- English, Spanish, Swahili, Hindi, Jewish, Arab, Chinese and Russian. The stones are also arranged according to certain astronomical calculations. Although the work does not contain encrypted messages, its purpose and origin still encompasses mystery. It was built by the alias RC Christian man whose true identity still cannot be determined accurately.

In these 10 commandments, the first commandment is perhaps the most controversial: 'Keep the human population at less than 500 million in the eternal balance with nature'. Many argue that it is a call to reduce this population to that number, and critics of 'Directions of stones' even call for the destruction of these rocks. Some conspiracy enthusiasts even argue that they were created by the "Secret of Lucifer" which called for a new world order.

10. Rongorongo

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Rongorongo is a system of mysterious symbols carved on artifacts found on Easter Island. Many argue that they represent a primitive writing or writing system that has been lost, and may be one of three or four writing systems independently invented in human history.

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