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Re: VMs: An improved version of the voynichese-coding
> I assume we don't really need a table-label or gallows in every word,
> though you did this in the edvard kelley example. A table-label can hold
> across words. In fact, it holds until a new one crops up.
Yes, this is what I mean.
> I can see some problems with this scheme in terms of producing Voynichese.
> - I think, on further consideration, and in spite of my earlier
> suggestion, it wouldn't make any sense to see embedding or split gallows
> (gallows with other characters embedded within them) as distributing a
> table marker across a section of encodings, because the relevant zone of
> application of a gallows table-label follows it, and even a split gallows
> has a following region. So what is the internal region?
This split gallows thing has to be considered; actually, for now I just take
'red herrings'. Or, maybe there are 8 tables :-))
4+(mirrored 4 more) = EIGHT :-))
Actually, I originally started to consider the question: why do VMs letters
include numbers 0, 2, 4, and 8 (EVA o, r, l OR q if l is X=10) and 8, but no
5 or 7? If these are present, they are roman numbers, not arabic. Of course,
9, so everything is very confusing, but one has to start somewhere...
Also, there are 4 (or 8) gallows, 2 of which have 2 legs an two of which
have only 1,
a detail which also hints to some kind of sequential or numbering system, or
some kind of logic behind all the gibberish-looking repetitions...
The 9 fooled me too. There ARE just 4 Gallows (the c_GALLOWS_c create
their mirror image and new (flip/folding placement)table/key. = 8)
The one-leg, & two leg gallows shows up on BOTH sides of the mirror !
hope that helps
Best to you & yours there
steve ( BINGO for you! :-) ekwall
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