About Me

Who am I? I am an amateur historian, and I love a good mystery. I have been studying to discover the origins of the Voynich manuscript for nearly 15 years. My father taught American history at a state university, so I learned to love history and something of the craft of history at an early age. I am also a vocational rehabilitation counselor and a special education teacher who is deeply interested in the provision of appropriate vocational services to adults on the autism spectrum.

Why am I here? 1.) This website is a way to present some of the new evidence about the Voynich Manuscript. This is the first time that anyone has clearly identified the Voynich script and presented  examples of its use in other documents. 2.) I need help to decode and read the Voynich manuscript. The script cannot be read by a prominent Nahuatl scholar and appears to be encoded. 3.) The Voynich manuscript is encyclopedic and promises to contain useful scientific and medical knowledge from an earlier medical tradition that still survives and is the patrimony and inheritance of the indigenous peoples of Mesoamerica.

3 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Thanks for posting. My ideas are similar to yours, I can’t wait for it to get decoded. Yes there is a possibility that it is a hoax or only pretend words but the overall structure of it convinces me otherwise. Whoever did this was a genius, either way.

    It it is genuine, this could represent a major ethnobotanical discovery and is certainly of historical importance as well.

  2. I think this could be the correct direction in regards to the Voynich Manuscript. I have seen a page from the Mexican “Codex Osuna” written in Nahuatl written in Latin script. If you are able to look at a page, notice the “Tl” combinations, they look EXACTLY like many of those in the Voynich MS.

    • Hi JW,
      Just found your comment that the Codex Osuna has ‘tl’ combinations that look exactly like the Voynich Manuscript.
      Yes, it does. The ‘tl’ is common in mid 16th century central Mexico. It is EVA k. If you will look at the appendix to my article here you will find examples of the same tl in the Codex Otlazpan and in the Codex Santa Maria Asuncion. Also most other letters from the EVA alphabet.
      I didn’t think it was necessary to clearly state that these were Latin letters, but i do explain all of that in my article. I invite you to read it.
      I made a comment in Nick Pelling’s Blog Cipher Mystery Dated September 9, 2017 on this very subject. Cheers, John

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