Author f58r Syntax, Structure found and a Historical Record  (Read 97 times)

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f58r Syntax, Structure found and a Historical Record
« on: January 15, 2017, 09:41:56 PM »
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This is a culminated work for over the past 12 years of analyzing the Voynich Manuscript.  Yes, I have went around this with many mistakes and false roads in the past, but now structure, logic, syntax and grammar can be witnessed in the VMS.  One will also see a Historical pattern and a hand of not my writing style.  Here is my translation of [
https://www.jasondavies.com/voynich/#f58r/0.542/0.358/2.50

Syntax and Logic of VMS
https://voynichgematria.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/syntax-and-logic-of-vms.pdf

First off, let me discuss the syntax and grammar of the Voynich Manuscript when my cipher is applied.  Prefixes in my cipher indicate nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs and conjunctions.  It seems to me, that the structure of the VMS within my cipher uses the first two letters as an indicator for what prefix maybe associated with the Ordinal number of the Gematria word.  As a basses’ for investigating word origins, my cipher combines syntax too Ordinal Gematria (A=1 throughout the alphabet Z=26) to find words in Middle English.   The tools for prefix’s and suffix’s examples are listed below, which indicate a structured language! Perhaps this script was invented by the Author Chaucer between (1361 A.D. through 1368 A.D.) or it is a lost Celtic language, which I believe was Geoffrey Chaucer’s choice.  I believe the Carbon dating is not fully tested yet for the Voynich Manuscript; or Chaucer in Old age near the end of the 14th Century laid down the text.

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