Voynich Manuscript Revealed (2018)

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

ThatDutchguy : Now the findings needs to peer checked and then i suspect one of the world's mysteries is solved.

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

Voynich Manuscript Research : There is a possibility that author of the book could be one of the teacher of (Great Admiral and geographer) Piri Reis. But we have no any evidence for this way yet. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3-hfNUCBiI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHV323wz2Zo

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.

Voynich Manuscript Research : The radiocarbon dating result is not support The Emperor Rudolf theory or others. But we own some other hypothesis such as: - The manuscript was stolen from Ottoman archive in around between 1897 to 1912. Of Course they have got help from insiders. (It was some kind of business partnership). - The manuscript 30 pages are destroyed by same people because of those pages had Ottoman Archive seals, author name and signatures. In addition, the same people have been stealing many different kinds of manuscripts from the same archives in Istanbul and selling them in London and Europe. Some of them have received By British Museum without investigate or care about their source (may be in 1902). - For selling to them, the thieves were manipulating the manuscripts by writing on the well-known historical figure name from the Europe history. They were manipulating text in different way. ... Etc. ...

Ebon Hawk : I wonder how the academic review went

MrKapovich : Nice, very interesting 👍

Sagiri : soo glad I didnt die before this was decoded lol

tae smellsbad : There's marijuana pictures on this book

Agent M3tallion : I support the theory that it may be Turkish, but how does this in any way explain the fantastic images depicted within? Also, how on earth has this theory not made mainstream news yet?

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!

MattBlytheTheOne : Some other Arab guy deciphered it letter for letter. It is a combination of arabic, turkish and Romany, which was a common language (often only spoken and not written) by Romanic gypsys of that period. He also has videos on Youtube...

Bruder K : If true, i wait for the whole manuscript translated.

viosnop : Sorry but nonsense. I don't want to disrespect the work and the effort but a Turkish person should know better that we can make up everything by using a very small number of root words. I am a native Turkish speaker and as they mentioned in the video we have root words that are extensively used in many different forms and meanings. Take the following example: al: take, get, gather, have, red (color) If you add just one letter in front of it, you will have: bal: honey, luck, ripe fruit c/çal: play, steal, paint, barren, throw, making noise by friction, metal carving, textile cutting, spoiling, being alike dal: branch, dive, attack, to get into sleep, to daydream fal: fortune hal: situation, marketplace, bazaar, solution, solving, decrowning kal: stand, stay, word, talk, some mining technique lal: mute, shiny, a type of ink mal: cattle, equipment, property, stupid, bitch nal: horseshoe sal: to give up, to let go, boat, coffin, release, attack, not caring yal: dog food this is just the root "al" and adding one letter in front of it. You can virtually do the same thing with every root in Turkish. Take the following: "al kır bas et" which might mean any combinations of "take/get/have/red ---- gray/break/hills/countryside/reduce/run ---- head/voice/press/publish/raid/dominancy/heavy/caught ---- meat/skin/do/get/perform/flesh(fruit)/pulp/" so it might mean "take the hills and perform raid" and it might also mean "red countryside is heavy on fruits" This is exactly what they are doing (I took a look at their translation scheme as well) and there is no end to that in a language like Turkish. If you let me add some more affixes to those words, I can virtually talk about anything from quantum computing to sunflowers. Note: Sunflowers were not even around Europe by the time the manuscript was written: https://www.sunflowernsa.com/all-about/history/ Note2: I am not suggesting that those words are related to the root "al" in a derivational sense, I am just saying that no matter what the text gives you, there is always some ways to make sense of it, especially if you can hide beyond the fact that the language might have changed drastically in the last 600 years. You can say, hımm we have "bal" here but it might be "dal" as well which means almost 50 different things. Then you take the meaning that is most appropriate for your purposes.

Alvezaro Oz : I wonder if the name of the author or intended title will be found out so we can stop calling Voynich manuscript?

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

Kendall Falk : Well that makes sense.. a lot

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

MusicalRaichu : Why has it taken so long to realize this? Many who have tried to decipher it would have compared it to all known human languages already, would they not? Also, how does this relate to the research that found similarities with Romani? Do the same features also occur in Turkic?

Patrick Bateman : Disinfo.

Michael Wade : It's a theory.

George Morgan : Academics kicking themselves, bloody electrician solves ancient mystery. lol

Will Silvano : Well done! Disappointed it wasn't aliens or something more out of this world, but ecstatic at the possibility of solving hundreds of years of mystery!

Nüs Schäffer : Ok, so I went and transcribed the „folio 33v“, for which they only provided an „english translation“ at 9:17 with the letters they provided on the whiteboard, here is the result: yararsam üsain ?cü söpz ?ctü aramcz tçsü sak sü ötü öyap sain çsü üyak öyak çak sar ç?ü sü sütü ?sü ötü sak ötarsü töksü yötar ?sü sap dötör ?s öyösü çcsü ütcsü söspsain yçsü çösü ötam ç?ü sörarp ?ü sü yüsü ütarçctüsü üçcö sör öpam ötar çsü çsü öpsü ötar çsü y?sü ?c?çsü ??sü öpycsü sam ötü çcöpörain çsü?süpörar sarar ?ccü tccsü ötçü ötar ötcsü çü sam sü sü saram ötarü zar öram çör ör ?tair ?öp ör ç?ü aram ötain sapsü pçöar ör çcü pösam öör ötccsü ötapü yarap tccü örak Is there any native speaker out there that can see ANY parallels to the english text they provided here? Could they recognize this as turkish at all? I took this tool: http://voynich.freie-literatur.de/index.php?show=extractor and replaced the graphemes in the way they presented them on the whiteboard. I always took instead of <ə>, instead of , instead of <ş>, <ü> instead of , <ö> instead of , replace them as you see fit. For the graphemes that were not defined by them, i made a question mark. I made the spacings as I saw them.

ammiel estioko : Ancient encyclopedia

Éamonn Síoċáin : Excellent!

JM Plaza : So it's not aliens? Haha!

Michael Tennyson : Yet they have not detracted from it's original intent. It is a book of forecasting spells at specific times using specific types of plants for each occasion, including end result! Human beings were never meant to fully understand these books or their content, nor will they be able to apply it's content correctly! And this is likely only one in a series of volumes which was written in that fashion in order to keep humans from discovering their secrets and actually applying them! No satanic demon would allow a mere human to obtain info that would allow them to gain control over them, unless it was an intentionally set convoluted trap! Regardless it should be burned immediately with all due haste!

Ditte Elvekjær : WOW this is great. Thank you for sharing.

Anthony : So what happened to the language? Why did it just disappear?

Miss Starstruck : I would never have believed that I would find out what stands in this manuscript. I really thought no one will be able to decipher it but now I am glad

Sahibjot Singh : This video is from 2017 and their theory has already been debunked. VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT HASNT BEEN DECIPHERED

E P Carry : If this is so, how incredible! Why not more attention given to such an amazing find!

WetBadger : As you can see, this letter is in the shape of a rope...

Ahmet Ardıç : Additional evidence: We were detected around 50 words which are matches with illustrations. One of them is Cucumis sativus (ŞALAK). The last word of the seventeenth line of the folio 8r is SAILAK / ŞAILAK (Cucumber): https://brbl-zoom.library.yale.edu/viewer/1006090 Many botanists thinks that folio 8r is about "cucumber, melon or watermelon ". http://ellievelinska.blogspot.com.tr/2013/07/the-voynich-manuscript-cucumber.html There is a word " şaılak " (cucumber, melon or watermelon) in the last paragraph (in different dialectal region in different meaning). Based on the word root meaning "şaılak" describing watery fruits or veggies such as cucumber, melon or watermelon (Basically the root meanings are "watery, useless, and stupid"). One of the synonyms of "şaılak" in Turkish is "hıyar" (cucumber). Currently we are writing the word as "şalak" (cucumber) and we are pronounce the word in same phonetic value as "şaılak". [According to the "Turkish Vowel Lost Grammar Rule" the second vowel will drop. ( -aı- = -a- )] Here is the online dictionary link for "şalak" (just look the word "hıyar" in the dictionary page.) http://www.sozce.com/nedir/294285-salak Here is the online dictionary link for "hıyar" (You can see the word cucumber in the page.) http://www.sozce.com/nedir/154931-hiyar

The RoGus : Wow! Finally, i have been waiting so long for it! I have dreamed for years about a translated copy!

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!

drewguardo : they haven't solved it apparently, its just wishful thinking on their part. the passages arnt even grammatically correct or consistent. idk but im guessing this is bollocks, i think the voynich manuscript is a forgery/ fake and contains no information or message its just book full of gibberish. i think this due to many factors such as the lack or errors/ edits or rubbing out of work/mistakes. lets be honest if this was totally legit we would have herd about it on the news. so it probably isnt.

Kotorichan : Fantastic work! Wish you best of lucks getting it proofed and finally solving the mystery.

L M : Hurrah! A family project of great importance...marketing brochure. Haha love it!

Corey Tiillman : Wow that’s one smart family.

Biorco Maré : You know how the fruits and flowers looked different in the past? The watermelon was depicted in a rather strange manner in the Renaissance paintings. Maybe the flower in that illustration is indeed a sunflower.

fecklar jenkins : It would be funny if it turns out to be the first sales brochure ever made lol

jerelm : Well done. I think they've got a good start. Maybe what is needed next is a phonetic reading of the script then see if other ancient linguistic experts recognised other languages from a similar time to this old Turkish.

Ryan Reed : It seems like a page on the sunflower, which was native to north america. It could be a journal on the uses of north american plants that found itself in the Turkish language. I'm pretty sure the book was written around the time of discovering the Americas. The image is odd to say the least, but the description seems spot on.

Stephen Sansom : Worked out by just an average guy. Not a professor or some other academic. That in itself tells you something.

TheBeestEver : The so-called word IP, or rope, is all over the text. It really just look like a letter. It’s been accentuated because it’s in the begining of a word. That is often practised, using a more script-like font and bigger letters in the first letter of a word or a text. I am not convinced. Would be awesome of they cracked it though.

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

Simo Lajunen : Fake news? This theory was debunked two weeks later by a group of scientists who have been studying the book for 20 years.