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VMs: Re: Paradigms Regained

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From: "Dennis" <tsalagi@xxxxxxxx>
To: "Voynich Ms. mailing list" <voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "Voynich Ms. mailing list" <voynich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, October 14, 2002 10:17 PM
Subject: VMs: Re: Paradigms Regained

Hi Dennis,

To satisfy your answer, "Why can't they be?  Like Rene, I'm sure that
someone on
> the list has an answer"
please take look at my posting on Internet.

I believe that from my introduction it should be transperet
the alphabet, reading and meaning of VMS.


> All very interesting.  Over and over again
> we hear that Chinese and similar monosyllabic languages
> are the only things that resemble Voynichese.  However,
> so far as I can tell,  there's nothing from Chinese
> culture in the manuscript, unless the astrology's
> Chinese, and even then, it's done with European
> symbolism.  No Chinese or Far Eastern imagery at all.
> The Chinamen who came back with Marco Polo must just
> have done the writing, and a lunatic friend of Polo's
> produced the pictures.  Sounds like my silly African
> theory.  In short, this is a strong argument against
> Chinese, etc., actually being the underlying language.
> Which brings us back to the theme I like to harp on.
> Could
> the Voynichese 'words' be syllables of a European
> language like French, Italian, German, Croatian, etc.?
> Why can't they be?  Like Rene, I'm sure that someone on
> the list has an answer.
> Dennis
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