Missing zodiac folio suggestion

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Missing zodiac folio suggestion

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Given my theory that the folios in the manuscript are demonstrative of multiple events, subjects and languages on each folio rather than a 1:1 translatable text/subject, I am looking at the missing "Aquarius" (presumed Aquarius) folio to show January 2022. Data suggests this month being specifically relevant in a historical manner. This is the point where the current world situation is expected to reach a specific stage where the current issues will either be contained/resolved or conversely hit a (new) worsening scenario. I have suggested the folio moths in the VM are out of synch with actual months being in advance by 1 month. VM Aquarius folio following the others should be labeled February but refer to January. The "age of Aquarius" is said to be the start of a "new age" in human history. So aside from whatever relevance January 2022 has to our current circumstances, Aquarius has perceived historical big picture relevance.

There is nothing special astronomically about that date apart from a massing of planets between Scorpio and Aquarius at that time, but not in a tight bundle, by no means a one off event, and the full-ish Moon in Taurus near to SN 1054 mid month. But if it showed an event like a supernova the mundane surrounding astronomy is of no consequence, the event is the star of the show. I would expect the folio to show nymphs male and female as drawn in other folios and within patterned barrels, no nymph with outstretched arms. Aquarius apart from depicting New year (European) shown holding a star, or more likely the star being poured in the water from the water bearers jug. The Aquarius water bearer may have facial features like the top image on f68r1 (Sun?/star over Earth, as opposed to f68r2 Moon over Sun), the solar Sun being shown differently to "New stars" and such, they being displayed more like Greek gods. Query whether January 2022 astronomically is when the Tawny Horse starts making its journey here from its origin and starts behaving like the white ball in snooker/pool/billiards and deflects matter from its usual orbit along the way leading up to first note of increasing meteorite/asteroid reports here. Whether there will be a concurrent visible astronomical event like a supernova shown on the missing folio, only time or seeing the actual folio would say. A supernova type event occurring atm best guess in one of the bird constellations near the full Moon mid month as this draws attention to it being observed more widely as the general population rarely takes note of the sky beyond the Moon looking bright, big, haze ring, red etc.

So in conclusion f68r1 may among other events show the Tawny horse as the classical god sun (also f68r1) and an astronomical one off event like a new star. December is also coming up as an important event from data, VM Capricorn possibly showing SN5 BC may also show another astronomical event for 2021.

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Re: Missing zodiac folio suggestion

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Just lost post detailing exact location and times of events. Will catch up ASAP.

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Re: Missing zodiac folio suggestion

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I suggest the date of concern is specifically the 18th January 2022 in the constellation Cygnus, and the time 6.30 PM or earlier in the morning at around 5 AM when it is level with SN 1054 location. Note that this will be described from a London location. In the Northern hemisphere Cygnus circles low on the horizon not fully setting, in the Southern hemisphere it is below the horizon at night and low on the horizon in daylight, but some supernovae and great comets are daylight visible. Suggest phenomenon occurs on the edge of the Northern Cross asterism near Delta Cygni, between Deneb and Vega in the NW, and on a similar level with the full Moon and Jupiter in Aquarius, there is also a weak comet in Aquarius above Jupiter. The 5 AM scenario with Cygnus in the NE low on the horizon, Aquarius is below the horizon but the suggested position is level with the location of SN 1054, also suggested to be relevant to the VM folios.

Cygnus dives between Lyra and Aquila, constellations suggested to be shown on f86v3 (Aquila and Lyra), separation is thematic. Astronomical landscape in comparison to f86v3 to follow.

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Re: Missing zodiac folio suggestion

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Images now available, let me know if interested via Voynich list mail or PM here.

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