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Re: VMs: A Possible Interpretation of the Four Figures, one with an Egg
Pamela Richards wrote:
Yes, we must certainly remain open to all
possibilities; I agree entirely. So how does your
Monkees theory tie in with the significance of the
other parts of the VMs, and what may we deduce from
this interpretation? Can you suggest the language of
the Voynich, or perhaps elaborate on the meaning of
symbolism based on your theory? Do you believe the
author's intention was strictly entertainment-related?
If so, can you suggest the necessity for encryption?
I'm fascinated. Smile.
Well, it's pretty obvious that the VM actually contains screenplays for the
Monkees TV series, including several storyboard images for hitherto unaired
episodes, namely "The Monkees in the jungle", "The Monkees go to the moon",
"The Monkees and lots of naked chicks in trashcans", and "The Monkees
inherit a pharmacy." (Of course, these are all only working titles.)
The text was encrypted to avoid copyright hassles. (It is my personal theory
that these episodes were never shot because the Monkees wouldn't manage to
read the encrypted screenplays.)
Oh yes, and the screenplays were written by Shakespeare, of course, making
the VM the only existant originals of his.
It's a little known fact that Micky Dolenz
(http://german.imdb.com/name/nm0004880/) was actually brought up in a Jesuit
college, where he probably was brought into contact with the VM.
Elmar "My guess is as good as anybody else's... or perhaps not"
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