Most mysterious Books in the World Ever Written ! [Facto's How]
NUMBER ONE VOYNICH MANUSCRIPT The Voynich manuscript is an illustrated codex hand-written in an unknown writing system . The vellum on which it is written has been carbon-dated to the early 15th century (1404–1438), and it may have been composed in Northern Italy during the Italian Renaissance. The manuscript is named after Wilfrid Voynich, a Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912 . Some of the pages are missing, with around 240 remaining. The text is written from left to right, and most of the pages have illustrations or diagrams. Some pages are foldable sheets. The ink drawings of plants features in it are of a completely unknown origin. What's also unusual is the undecipherable text accompanying the plants and the many astronomical and astrological charts, as well as numerous female nudes which allude to some kind of reproductive processes, judging by their swollen bellies and interaction with interconnected tubes and capsules. The book also contains over a 100 drawings of possibly medicinal variety of herbs and roots in various jars. This book comes from Central Europe is named after the antique bookseller, Wilfrid M. Voynich, who bought it in 1912. No one has yet succeeded in deciphering the text . In 1969 the Voynich manuscript was donated by Hans P. Kraus to Yale University's Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, where it is catalogued under the number MS 408.
NUMBER TWO CODEX SERAPHINUS Codex Seraphinianus originally published in 1981, is an illustrated encyclopedia of an imaginary world, created by the Italian artist, architect, and industrial designer Luigi Serafini during thirty months, from 1976 to 1978. The book is approximately 360 pages long, and written in a cipher alphabet in an imaginary language. The origins of the Codex Seraphinus are not too mysterious, while its contents are. All the pictures and charts looked very mysterious and they depict that they indicates something, but didn't know what. In a talk at Oxford University in 2009, Serafini claimed there was no real meaning in the text of the book, which was written in a process resembling automatic writing. The book is an encyclopedia in manuscript with copious hand-drawn, colored-pencil illustrations of bizarre and fantastical flora, fauna, anatomies, fashions, and foods. It has been compared to the still undeciphered Voynich manuscript . The illustrations are often bizarre parodies of things in the real world: bleeding fruit, a plant that grows into roughly the shape of a chair and is subsequently made into one, a lovemaking couple that metamorphoses into an alligator, etc. Others depict apparently senseless machines, often with a delicate appearance. There are also illustrations readily recognizable as maps or human faces. On the other hand, especially in the "physics" chapter, many images look almost completely abstract, Practically all figures are brightly coloured and rich in details.
NUMBER THREE THE SMITHFIELD DECRETALS Officially known as the Decretals of Gregory IX, this is a collection of canonical law ordered in the 13th century by Pope Gregory IX. Such collections were fairly common at the time, but what’s bizarre about these decretals is the illustrations that went along with them. The Smithfield Decretals were created as an illuminated manuscript, which was a style that combined illustrations and flowery calligraphy with the lettering. It was a painstaking and expensive process, because each drawing had to be done by hand. Again, nothing unusual about that; plenty of early religious texts did it. But when you dig through the copious illustrations in the Smithfield Decretals, you start finding some very weird things. Scattered throughout the pages are violent scenes of giant rabbits decapitating people, geese lynching a wolf, unicorns, and plenty like the intriguing scene pictured above, which appears to be. . . well, you can see for yourself.
Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger
18.12.2015 Written language, the hallmark of human civilization, didn't just suddenly appear one day. Thousands of years before the first fully developed writing systems, our ancestors scrawled geometric signs across the walls of the caves they sheltered in. Paleoanthropologist and rock art researcher Genevieve von Petzinger has studied and codified these ancient markings in caves across Europe. The uniformity of her findings suggest that graphic communication, and the ability to preserve and transmit messages beyond a single moment in time, may be much older than we think.
What are we missing?: 6 Ancient artifacts that suggests there was a 'Lost Civilization'
10.5.2019 Ancient Statues and Monuments were seemingly achieved right at the start of Civilization as we know it, if we are to believe the Historicity of our timeline of existence, then it does appear that technology has regressed through the ages, or maybe there was a #LostCivilization that are responsible for these incredible feats of engineering brilliance?
The Secret Code of the Peruvian Stone Walls | Ancient Architects
29.5.2019 The incredible interlocking stonewalls that we find in South America, in sites such as Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, Cuzco and more, are some of the most incredible megalithic constructions in the world because nobody knows with any certainty just how they were built.
But in this video I will not be looking at the how and when they were built, but the question of why, because it would be far easier and less labour intensive for the ancient people to construct a wall with more regular shaped blocks, or by dry stone wall building techniques.
Most people agree that these walls were built to last and their fine interlocking nature was to prevent earthquake damage in this seismically active part of the world, and although I do agree that this interpretation is correct, there is evidence to say that this is only part of the reason.
Do these ancient walls actually secretly encode animals, people and sacred symbols, highlighting key elements of the Inca and Pre-Inca culture of ancient Peru? Watch the video to learn more.
All images are taken from Google Images and the below sources for educational purposes only.