Cracking The Code: Mysterious Book Filled ‘Alien Prophecy’ Finally Decoded 600 Years (Photos)

A mysterious book which has been filled with ‘alien prophecy’ has been decoded after different people tried to do it for 600 years.

Its’s a mystery as compelling as the Da Vinci Code – a fabled manuscript nobody can read, in an “alien” language which doesn’t appear to exist.
But now a computer scientist says the mysterious document is actually written in ancient Hebrew and he knows how to decipher the riddle.
For years many thought the text contained a prophecy or the key to eternal life or that the language belonged to aliens.
But using artificial intelligence, Professor Greg Kondrak he University of Alberta was able to find out the language and then work out a little of what was being said.
And according to his team’s research, the first complete sentence reads: “She made recommendations to the priest, man of the house and me and people.”
The code involves shuffling the order of letters in each word and dropping the vowels.
Yet despite the breakthrough, the book remains untranslated.

For the small band of ancient Hebrew experts will have to help translate the whole text before its true meaning is unlocked.

The Voynich Manuscript is slightly bigger than a paperback.

It has 240 pages and is written in brown ink, punctuated by the rich, wild illustrations.

Carbon dating has found it was created between 1404 and 1438.

Some think the manuscript, named after the second-hand book and antiques dealer thought to have discovered it in Italy in 1917, holds the secrets to eternal life.

But others just reckon it’s an elaborate medieval joke.

Source: The Sun UK

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