Voynich Manuscript – Complete PDF Book

The Voynich Manuscript drawings are naive in their style, but the script is perfect and there is no sign of error in any of the pages. It is assumed to have been written at the end of the 15th or 16th century. The name comes from the antiquarian Wilfrid M. Voynich who purchased it in 1912. Why was something elaborate like this ever made? Was it a medicinal book or just an elaborated piece of work within the interest of a group? In any case, the book is the definition of a mysterious book. There are vivid drawings and symbols on the pages to behold, each and every one of a kind without a known author nor purpose. Download the complete book Voynich Manuscript PDF (Right click and save attachment, or open the file in a new tab, but remember it’s a big file).

Described as a magical or scientific text, nearly every page contains botanical, figurative, and scientific drawings of a provincial but lively character, drawn in ink with vibrant washes in various shades of green, brown, yellow, blue, and red. – Beinecke Library on the Voynich Manuscript

Here’s a fine presentation by Stephen Bax, a professor of applied linguistics at CRELLA* at the University of Bedfordshire. He’s the person in the forefront of decoding the manuscript after publishing his work earlier this year and posting a very informative, exciting and interesting video on his theories. He’s involved other people and collaborators in the decoding of the book. It’s fun to follow and falls in the category of real life entertainment.

*Centre for Research in English Language Learning and Assessment

 

 

 

The content consists of six sections as explained at the Voynich Manuscript web page at the Beinecke Library. Based on the subject matter of the drawings, the contents of the manuscript falls into six sections.

  1.   botanicals containing drawings of 113 unidentified plant species;
  2. astronomical and astrological drawings including astral charts with radiating circles, suns and moons, Zodiac symbols such as fish (Pisces), a bull (Taurus), and an archer (Sagittarius), nude females emerging from pipes or chimneys, and courtly figures;
  3. a biological section containing a myriad of drawings of miniature female nudes, most with swelled abdomens, immersed or wading in fluids and oddly interacting with interconnecting tubes and capsules;
  4. an elaborate array of nine cosmological medallions, many drawn across several folded folios and depicting possible geographical forms;
  5. pharmaceutical drawings of over 100 different species of medicinal herbs and roots portrayed with jars or vessels in red, blue, or green, and
  6. continuous pages of text, possibly recipes, with star-like flowers marking each entry in the margins.

Here are some excerpts

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25 Comments
  • Nikolaj
    May 12, 2017

    Let Your address. I’ll send the material.

  • Konstantin
    June 18, 2017

    Hello.
    I am not a professional linguist or code breaker. I was curious about this manuscript and I wanted just to get an impression what it looks like. So, I downloaded it from your web page (link “Download the complete book Voynich Manuscript PDF”.

    To my surprise, I realized that this IS NOT the complete book. Namely, page 68r is wrong. These are, actually, pages 68v1,68v2. Page 68v is, actually page 68v3.

    Pages 68r1, 68r2, and 68r3 ARE MISSING.

    Best regards.

    Konstantin

    • Sanjin Đumišić
      June 18, 2017

      Hello Konstantin!

      You were right, I updated the PDF so those pages are included now. It seems that they initially made a mistake at the Yale library but have updated the version.

      Thank you

  • Branka
    January 4, 2018

    Vrlo zanimljivo,vrijedi pokušati…………………

  • P.KARTHIGAYAN
    January 18, 2018

    I know, and strongly believe, for a long time, that this is about Philosophers stone, the secret of creation, the secret of nature, THE ONLY hidden secret of ancient scholars considered to be the highest education since all other education will die with our corpse. My dissertation published as “History of Medical and Spiritual Sciences of Siddhas of Tamil Nadu” has hints on it.

    • Sanjin Đumišić
      January 22, 2018

      Thank you I’ll look into that book. By the way, I’ve been in Tamil Nadu =) /All the best

    • Clint
      October 22, 2018

      I think it basically has the same name over an over in different spelling or text to mean a different symbol or maybe not definitely medical,magic an herbs

  • Phil Wasserd
    January 26, 2018

    All very interesting. Why so many pregnant women?

    • Clint
      October 22, 2018

      In some of the pics it appears that all the women are soaking in green tea there’s a hint an a place to start but remember old scripts are meant to fool the modern man think old ways an start with green tea ya never know

  • Phil Wasserd
    January 26, 2018

    Has there been any ties to known languages?

  • Geraldo A Coelho
    February 3, 2018

    Hi! I’m a linguist professor and have interest in contribute with research. Can I receive one copy, please?

  • Amenedial
    February 7, 2018

    I see repetitive numbers- if you turn it upside down… you can’t say which is the front of the book nor can you say which is the starting end of the writing . They could have written from right to left, bottom to top and you could have the book backwords and upside down.
    Not everything is written the way we write now. Remember Japanese books are backwards to ours.
    Look from a different perspective. You all only see what you want to see.

    • Sanjin Đumišić
      February 8, 2018

      Thanks for the input. Sure, not to mention coded with an additional book used as the decoding cipher.

  • Yanna Pettus
    February 8, 2018

    The manuscript is a realtime Astro-Cosmo-Nomical recording of the movements and actions of the planets Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, and especially Venus, and of Venus’s affect on earth’s — ор, ар, гая — and especially on women and fertility. The “plants” are the visible to the naked eye electromagnetic plasma discharges in our atmosphere – reason for tbe symmetricity in shapes of the “strange looking flowers”.
    The text represents maticulous, day-to-day observations of planets and their previous annual migration in the ancient sky, including every real-time changes in morphng plasma discharges — electricity is symmetrical in nature, so are the shapes created by it.
    Each word is composed of either one, two, or three planets, therefore the ever changing Рор, Рар, Прар, Врор, … etc. The text also identifies the locations of such plasma discharges, btw, (near the water’s edge… I read in the next to one of the “plants”.
    About women and water – planet Venus and fertility is known from anciquity….
    I recommend a much closer understanding and knowledge of the “Thunderbolt Project” to any linguist and/or decipherer who wants to understand the true meaning of all planetary symbols in Voynich.
    Cheers,

    • Sanjin Đumišić
      February 8, 2018

      Thank you for the input & I’ll look into it. /All the best

    • Yanna Pettus
      February 9, 2018

      I take back the “…one, two, or three planets per word” comment, as it will be greatly misunderstood… nonetheless; I am
      able to read, pronounce and comprehend most words in Slavic …with the use of Cyrillic letters.

      • Sanjin Đumišić
        February 9, 2018

        Now that you mention it. I see the similarities too, with the Glagolitic script sort of. But I have not made anything out of it. It could point to something or a direction though. /All the best

  • Gage Whalen
    March 12, 2018

    maybe it is written in a similar way to Leonardo Da Vinci’s work. I noticed some parts are almost identical.

  • Christopher
    June 13, 2018

    My goodness people. This is an art work scam, not a book of secret knowledge. Books were very valuable then. Someone probably found a rich mark, made this book, or had it made, and sold it for an enormous profit, probably saying he found it or it was given to him under mysterious circumstances, promising it contains alchemical secrets or something. He knew the buyer would never be able to decipher it to find out that it’s fake, simply because it doesn’t mean anything. How many suckers has this thing taken in since?

    • Angel
      June 18, 2018

      Christopher-
      I find it wonderfully predictable that hubris and assumption are always chums. Your use of the word probably and your condescending tone are obvious indicators of a low self esteem and the need to be right and to make others feel inferior. Get over it. Either you know or you don’t. Riding a high horse while saddling suppositions makes you look like an ass. And rightfully so.

  • ConnorMack
    June 24, 2018

    From an outside view. It looks like the plants are explaining what they can do. The women and tubes seems like some sort of “vat like” machinery and the jars look like necessary ammounts of the plant based ingredients that need to be added to some sort of mixture….it honestly looks like the closest representation of a “cloaning” process of you were to try to explain it with no idea what your seeing….could,be 100 percent wrong just a thought.

  • Jan van G
    July 23, 2018

    did anyone compare the drawings of the plants with the Chinese/Asian knowledge of medical herbology and pharmacology ?
    Or any related knowledge that they might have ?

  • Arvind singh
    August 24, 2018

    This is a very old book. A lot of people will know about it. This is such a book. Those who understand the natural knowledge

  • Red100
    December 6, 2018

    4 women. 4 seasons. Hm. Maybe it’s a birth chart, or a calendar.