Voynich Manuscript Revealed (2018)

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alex lehman : when your handwriting so bad it takes 600 years to decode

DRKNT640 : Wait you’re telling me in 400 years not one fucker ever thought to compare it to every language possible?

Yoda : meanwhile in andromeda galaxy... - (in alien language) dude, remember that book u wrote in earth? - yeah - so, this stupid humans kinda figured it out - oh... whatever lmao lets build some more pyramids

iggi : 609 dislikes=all the scholars who tried to decipher and failed.......

California Cobra : I've been following this story of the Voynich Manuscript for several years. I thought the "code" would never be solved, but now we're getting closer to understanding the book and that's exciting! I KNEW it wasn't written by aliens lol!

shubus : All this makes more sense than some of the more recent attempts at translation.

Puddi Kat : This is very disappointing in the idea that it was taking so long for people to finally figure out that it might just be old Turkish written in a made up phonetic alphabet... considering I have done the exact same thing with English... I’m questioning how all these cryptographers never figured it out... it’s like all this time they have been trying to translate it with the assumption that it’s encoded Italian (just an example) and so there for never figured it out cause it was Turkish all this time smh 🤦🏼‍♀️. Good job to this guy tho, I hope the review goes well and this book can finally be decoded and credit goes to him for making this breakthrough

Jakub Grzybek : My theory is that this book was written by Italian merchant that learned Turkish to better his trading skills, when he decided to retire, he settled in northern Italy. To pass his time, he wrote the book in his modified Turkish to code his experience and discoveries from time, when he traveled.

Stav8 inHD : So to simplify it, the voynich manuscript was the world's first encyclopedia

Tuna : I think the month thing is very possible because im turkish and if you ask your turkish grandma what her birthday is she will not say something like december or april, when i ask my grandma her birthday she says she was born in the harvesting month and seeing it in the manuscript seemed quiet familiar to me

Zombie Prodigy : I love this comment section because it's full of intelligent individuals with a passion to learn 😌 (plus it's cool to see all the polyglots)

YetAnotherRandomYoutubeChannel : If this turns out to be true, it would be kind of embarassing for the experts that tried to decypher the manuscript before. I mean, the turkish language has over 80 million speakers!

Neanderthal Tom Cave Beast Sociopathic Parasite - : I'll hold onto a bit of scepticism but I really hope these fellas really can acuratly decipher that dang manuscript. I have always wanted to know what it contained. Imagine if some valuable knowledge that was previously lost to us can be gleaned. Not just historical but even lost knowledge like how we lost the process of making Damascus steel or Greek Fire. I love when a mystery gets solved!

Patrick Lindsey : That feels like a promising methodology to me. I'll bet it cracks the code. Amazing that it took this long, and a family of amateurs end up solving the unsolvable. Well done!

Daniel I : Well done, bravo! These two saw and did what no one else could

lizzymoore54 : Thank you and your sons for taking your time to recognize, examine and translate the Voynich manuscript. I've seen many videos and articles about this manuscript and have always felt that someone would eventually be able to decipher it. It must have been very exciting to realize that your language was used, old Turkish. Also the fact that it was written phonetically, which makes sense if the writer was not formally educated. Exciting that you've been able to translate a full page and it made total sense and was in context to the illustrations shown. I have an old German register that my son purchased for me, in Germany, while he was taking college courses there. I have not been able to get it translated because the few people I have asked have told me that it is written in a " dead " German language. It seems to be a census record of small villages or towns written in 1804. I couldn't even find any information or examples of old German on the internet. I hope that you and your sons are recognized and that your work is accepted by those who, in the past, were unable to decode this manuscript. If you can interpret the whole manuscript, I would love to see that interpretation in print. It would be a link to our past that so far, no one-else has been able to produce. I would love to know what information lies within it's pages. Good luck in your endeavors! Thank you again. 😊

Zhe Yuan : This makes sense. The dating of the manuscript dated back to around 1420 when Turkey was a more advanced civilization. Given the manuscript was made with great effort and cost, it may have represented the best knowledge at the time from that part of the world. The previous people studying it may not have any idea about ancient Turkish and were on the wrong track of looking at the book as an encrypted one. The translated paragraph of the plant resembling sunflower makes perfect sense.

Daniel Saari : sometimes Academia over complicates things. and it just takes common sense to get answers this man obviously had it. and the thing I like most is that they did it as a family that speaks more volumes than the manuscript!

New Era : I find it beautiful that these advancements in deciphering the manuscript which had so many stumped, were made by a father and son working as a team. :)

Cristian Andronescu : Wikipedia still says "unknown language"

Lord Dice X : I've been following this book my entire life since I was a kid in the '80s. I'm super excited with this development! I certainly hope I'll be able to finally read it one day before I die. Hurry up guys, I'm not getting any younger. 😅

Canberk Duman : The harmony within the letter groups has always reminded me of my mother tongue. I knew it! Turkish, in daily life, uses word doublings very frequently to intensify the meaning, and it follows the formula of consonant+vowel+consonant+vowel. Those who interested could also look for "Old Turkic Alphabet".

Voynich Manuscript Research : The author was multilingual (which was probably Arabic, Hebrew, and-or may be some other European languages). In addition, because of the promoting style written Turkic language in the book, the author was communicate with Turkish farmers in Europe.

Jon Mantooth : It was written by aliens that spoke old turkish language confirmed.

Giggles McGlitter : New documentary when you and your family solve it!! Can not wait. Have been following this story for a while now and was hopeful of a discovery. I wonder what it says!!! 😱 very exciting 👌🏼

drunkpriest666 : So the flower is a sunflower right? It is extremely amazing what this family has achieved. The description completely makes sense as well as the drawing.

Jamie Hibbs : Bravo! Many kudos to you and your brilliant sons! I knew someone, somewhere, would be able to solve this puzzle. No one would spend so much time and care writing this large volume if they were just writing gibberish. I knew it must mean something. And now you have solved that mystery! Thank you and your sons for all your efforts. I look forward someday soon, to reading the whole manuscript once it has been translated.

Voynich Manuscript Research : Thank you Canada. Very cold weather is really encourage us to work at home to solve the problem. :)

Jeff Kaiser : My congratulations to the Turkish family who worked together to solve the mystery that had eluded European and American code breakers for so long. Obviously anyone ignorant of Turkish and its development from the older forms of Turkish would have very little, if any, prospect of understanding the book as they sought to apply its scripting to European spelling rules using substitution of letters, incorrect grammatical assumptions and spelling expectations based upon languages developed from widely different roots. As the script was reminiscent of some Arabic writings it is in retrospect odd that none of the failed "experts" would have sought out help from a non-European academician with the right skills; but that points only to human vanity and the desire to be the sole genius to crack the mystery with the attendant fame and fortune they hoped would follow. As the animal skin parchment was not long ago carbon dated to the first 30 years of the 1400's the looting of the book from the Ottoman Empire's libraries before its acquisition by Voynich makes perfect sense. Another possibility is that the book was removed even earlier from some wealthy holder's collection hundreds of years earlier than when Voynich obtained it and sold to a European book collector to remain among that collector's works as a beautifully illustrated but undecipherable volume for a couple of centuries before it came to the world's attention through Voynich. It will be interesting to discover, as interpretation goes forward, the roles of some of the other illustrations, such as the naked women, and the series of moving figures so similar to early moving photography. Best of all is that the false guesses and dead ends in interpretation can finally be identified and buried forever.

The Maroon Pill : Impressive. No one has been able to translate that book for centuries.

Bengali Jisan : This video deserve millions views!

TharrisNogaud : Outstanding work! You have found the key to unlocking the Voynich Manuscript. I love that it is linked to an old Turkish dialect and NOT the random scribbling of a odd fellow as has been suggested in the past. I love the genius of hitting upon the Turkish and discovering the artistic usage of words, art, and letters, which prove the veracity of the key. I love the translation  of the Sunflower page, and how the text makes sense of the illustration and the dying flower, that may have largely gone unnoticed, but with the text, the dying flower takes on significance in the illustration. Outstanding job in unlocking the secrets of the Voynich Manuscript!

Wayne Samuel : Why is this not mainstream news?!?

Anibal Garcia : Congratulations for your beatiful work. Is great to see people and more a family doing things for the greater scientific good with out any monetary retribution. You are a amazing people.

Liam O’Neil : Google translator would have been way easier

Aunty Lani Lee : Absolutely amazing! I am dumbfounded that someone has found a way to translate this strange manuscript! The father and his two sons are very talented and display their knowledge of English quite well. I am anxiously waiting for more results from them. Thank you!

Bengali Jisan : Wow!! That's really more interesting now! Excellent job brothers. Waiting for full translation....

Ryan Dagley : Uhm yeah. Hello? World? I think this Turkish family just solved a big old puzzle.

Suresh Kumar : pls update wikipedia page with ur works, too many wrong claims are there

Halbuki TV : HELAL GURURUMUZSUNUZ :D Sevgiler from Turkiye <3 I start to laugh when i remember some academic person said it was an artificial language attempt. And I am still annoyed with that nobody considered until now that it might be one of the OLDEST LANGUAGEs of one of the OLDEST CULTUREs in the world. Türkler beğenin :D

Corey Tiillman : Wow that’s one smart family.

Galvatron : Incredible work! After 100's of years your family has done it. I look forward and wish you luke in finishing the rest of the translations. You all deserve academic accolades for this. I will be in line to purchase the translated copy.. Again, thank you!

koosh csanyi : They deserve some kind of prize

khaglun : God bless you all, and may the love of the creator be with you. Thank you for the job that you did to contribute to solving some of the things in this manuscript.

Scan End : In all seriousness you should get a Nobel prize. This problem has baffled many of the greatest minds through history. Even the most sophisticated AI couldn't correctly produce a translation. Well done guys, you are now on my all time heroes list. :)

Joseph White : The fact that you translated it, is impressive. Others have tried and failed. I found it interesting that it was written just like it sounded. Sort of like early english when Chaucer and Shakespeare wrote books.

David Kamer : If you type some of the words into google translate with English characters they come out with Turkish suggestions.

Bishop Howells : I pity the next Top Ten video that includes the Voynich Manuscript as an unsolved mystery.

Colleen M : I ran an online community for 14 years and a core group of us spent quite some time on this manuscript. I just cannot help but to think it was a wealthy bored young man or woman using their imagination. When I was 12 years old I created my own book, magical alphabet and strange illustrations. It was very intricate. Lol, I imagine if that book survived a hundred years or so how it would look to people.

itscold : You know this guy knows what he's talking about when he owns a book as thick as a car tire.