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VMs: RE: What fascinates you/ drew you to the VMS ?
I connect indirectly to McKenna through John Parker, an artist, and a few who knew the first Mrs. Bogdanovich, a Wendy who made a little film on Freud that she put into the Cannes film festival, ... a sort of cinematic, artsy crowd. Did or do you know any of those?
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> Subject: VMs: What fascinates you/ drew you to the VMS ?
> Hello everyone,
> Recently I joined the Voynich MS list after learning
> about the manuscript on the Internet. I learned about
> the Voynich MS through a web site that had samples of
> alphabets from different languages. I have a general
> interest in languages having studied Spanish, French,
> and Italian in college. I really love learning about
> languages. Unfortunately, my ability for language
> does not match my passion.
> The first time I ran across a reference to the VMS, I
> did not investigate further. Not until I ran across
> the VMS lecture by Terrence McKenna did I begin to
> explore the history of the book (coincidentally, is
> anyone else here because of the McKenna connection?).
> I was just wondering how people on this list found out
> about the Voynich manuscript. Also, what keeps you
> interested? This post is not as sophisticated
> (obviously) as the other posts I've read on the list,
> but I hope I have some of your feedback.
> - Ronald Lorenzo
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