The Yale University Library contains a non-repeatable medieval manuscript written in an unknown alphabet with unknown language and contains more detailed drawings. Plants, none of which succeeded. The Voynich manuscript was named the world's mysterious manuscript after a bookstore bought a century ago. Scientists believe that Voynick was written somewhere in Europe but who did not know. Voynich's text does not help in the definition of authors since it has never been decoded and has been tried by the world's best cryptographers. But as the old saying goes, "An image worth a thousand words" and the Voynich manuscript is full of pictures. From these drawings I came to the conclusion that the manuscripts were the author's cults, one of the religious heretics that flourished in the 12th and 13th centuries in southern Europe. Specifically, the evidence is as follows: (a) in at least two different places, Voynich depicts kathar women who have known the Christian ordinance known as consolamentum the sacrament of the only catharism. The Qatari Church has no formal clergy, so both clergy clergymen are empowered to receive this sacrament.
(b) Voynich depicts a roundtable of leading clergy clergy in the European winter in the European winter (a mixture of fully dressed men and women) and a summer resort (now naked naked women only). Contrary to other medieval religions, women played a significant role in the Qatari Church. C) Voynich depicts a European fortress with a round tower that is in tune, exactly like the silent – Which was once the base of Catharism and today is a torture museum that contains the original equipment that caused the cataract To regret it.
(d) Although the alphabetical characters of Voynich are unknown, the manuscript uses recognizable signs: three different Voynich accents (the hook accent, the blop accent, and the cross-accent accent) can be found in the old Catalan manuscript, Spoken octane language family. E) some of the women in Voynich wore an unusual hairstyle, wearing the same hairstyle in Europe as the cadres. 19459002
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Furthermore, please note that due to the severe persecution of the Inquisition, Catharas had to write code as any of the people of the medieval Europe. The Inquisition lit up Cather's literature so that they could stand in their hands, so unknown when other manuscripts were in the Voynich scenario.
Radio Experts at the University of Arizona The Voynich manuscript in the early 15th century, between 1404 and 1438, which is a major disorder for us. The Kata – all half a million of them – died in the early 14th century by papal crusades and inquisition torture chambers. They were not known as survivors, except for the report that a handful of kings in 1244 narrowly escaped Montsegur's massacre, and they believed with them the sacred relic of their faith. Obviously, they do not even escape or their treasures (some say these esoteric texts or the Holy Grail) have ever been found.
The ingredient of the mystery when we observe that no European botanist identified more than one hundred plants was depicted in detail in the Voynich manuscript. This suspected that these might not be Europe's plants, but in other places. Given the enormous variety of exotic plants in the manuscript, a place that remembers quickly, South America's Amazon rainforest. This would explain all the naked women in the Voynich manuscript, that is, the survivors of Montsegur fled to the tropics where dress was not particularly necessary.
I was surprised to find an Amazon plant with pointed green leaves and red berries that looked like one of the Voynich plants, but then discovered that similar plants exist elsewhere. But Voynich has very strange plants, so much so that they are suspected of being mere shells. One such plant is located on pages 2 and 3 of the Yale PDF file, which is available online. I found a modern photo of the plant and I have the right to publish it on my website, where we are currently looking for professional botanists for the same species. Or not. 19459002
It is doubtful that this Plant – a beautifully shaped tropical underwater plant, a flowering sector, but not in the form of branches and leaves – could survive or even exist in Europe. Whether the illness, the bounty hunters, or the indigenous marriages, the Amazon rainforest did not find a catholic settlement to see the arrival of the Conquistadors, but the Voynich manuscript still aroused the special possibility that the French Cathars came to America. Two hundred years