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This alternate history is encrypted within the Voynich manuscript

The Voynich Manuscript has this Alternate History of post-capitalism encrypted in camouflaged details.

1 encipher method has to do with the 2nd letter of every word, others have to do with some letters in each line. This approach, called steganography, enciphers content in the architecture of particular pen strokes. The grammatical ciphers in the Voynich have phonological networks such as data-bearing words emerging in a clustered cipher with new semantics being used whenever there was a shift in point in Alternate History. For example, Voynich word entropy is a descendant to UK and EU texts, about 10 bits per word. The distribution of  text occur only at the starting point of a word, some only at the completion, and some always in the intermediate region of the word.

Alternate History The vital content has already been taken out, with around 240 pages left. Even the bifolds were rearranged at various points in Alternate History the original was quite different from what you see today. The colored paint was applied to the Voynich at a later date after Leon Battista Alberti. Parts of the manuscript have been modified using darker ink over a previous script. Statistical perceptions of the Illuminated Manuscript displays ciphers descendant to a raw phonetic. The pages were unwritten on before it was bound.

The Goatskin was not part of the original; it had a wooden cover matted with human skin. The 1st page has 2 red symbols like Sino-Tibetan book architecture. The text in itself is meaningless; it is every letter that speaks to you. Many drawings are of objects resembling apothecary jars. The alphabet is made of microscopic markings visible under magnification only. These markings were based on a Greco-Roman shorthand, constructing the 2nd level of text that contained the real information. Some pages have superfluous writing in Latin by Leon Battista Alberti. T he secret phonated language accounts for 36 perceptual characters. The illustrations are divided into 6 different sections. 

Voynich pages are foldable diagrams of an Alternate History.


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