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VMs: FW: Voynich cover-story?

"Stormfront" is a white-supremacy/white-separatism rag - surprising that
they would mention the VMs in an article, since they (if one is to treat
'Prof.' Oliver's article as a paragon) appear to have such utter contempt
for practically everything that isn't in lock-step with Lyndon LaRouche's
ideology.  It seems that its having shared even some provenance with an
Italian family would invalidate it in their eyes :-).

And the beat goes on...


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:owner-voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Luis Vélez
Sent: Thursday, October 10, 2002 12:20 PM
To: Voynich Ms. mailing list
Subject: VMs: Voynich cover-story?

In "More on an Enigma" by Professor Revilo P. Oliver (April 1990), published
in some odd race-oriented magazine called 'Stormfront' :

> There is one gross error that is significant since it illustrates the
> operation of a mental process quite commonly found among our political
> Greenberg writes:
> "The evidence that Bacon build a compound microscope and a telescope lies
in a
> mysterious document, discovered in a chest in a castle in southern Italy
> antiquarian Wilfrid Voynich in 1912. (5) This encrypted work [was] decoded
> the 1920s by...William R. Newbold of the University of Pennsylvania....
> Newbold's deciphering was dismissed as 'groundless'...after the untimely
> of Newbold, when a neo-inquisition arose to suppress Bacon's work because
> its potential to overturn the corpus of Aristotelian dogma."
> (5. Greenberg cannot be charged with falsification here. He is following
> cover-story told by Voynich when he agreed to conceal the name of the
> family from whom he bought the unique and enigmatic manuscript as a
> investment.)

Italian family?