Battle of Agincourt 1415

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Battle of Agincourt 1415

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Towards the pursuit of finding meaning with the Voynich Manuscript as we are all here for. Lately I have gone over the possibility regarding how the Voynich was copied from an original Latin work, perhaps from a traveling doctor. The Doctor sought to conceal the VMS with meaningless text, however he held on to a separate list like a dictionary.

I brain stormed for a few days thinking about provenance, Author type, geography and where in the VMS I could possibly find a possible clue. Folio 67r2 does look like a Zodiac, so I thought would it be about an a big event or for a persons horoscope. Since f67r2 was surrounded by waning 3/4 moons I figured it was for a big event. The planets match up very well with the Zodiac presentation I provided. Also, if one studies the Voynich you will know that in the horoscope series, it starts with Pisces with f70v1 and ends with Sagittarius as f73v! For reasons I don't understand Sagittarius leans in the 1st house of the Zodiac and I think it might have a connection to f67r2. Anyway I determined that by the waning 3/4 moons and by the planets alignments to the inner circle words which might be planets for f67r2 that this represented The Battle of Agincourt on October 25, 1415 and I speculate a Doctor drew this up at 8 am three hours before the battle sprung into action.

To further my investigation I will need access if anyone has 15th century Zodiac type horoscopes in Latin, I need to compile a Zipf list of anywhere from 1000 to 10,000 words to try and compare it to f67r2 to try and see I can fetter out any translation from what I call VMS gibberish.
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Re: Battle of Agincourt 1415

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Hi I'm Tom,

Over the past 11 years I have posted that I cracked the Voynich Manuscript, I tell you those past posts were not correct. Your probably wondering why I believe this post to be correct that I finally may have partially cracked some information from the Voynich Manuscript. You will have to read this post, The Voynich Manuscript I believe is a jumbled, scrambled, gibberish text yet behind it retains meaning. One can obscure text with gibberish text that each gibberish word is a different length and those gibberish words have random letter order. No cipher can solve someones original work when the decoder does not have the list of words that is associated with the gibberish words.

Anyway here is what I believe regarding the Voynich Manuscript, The worlds most misunderstood book! Themes to realize. These dates fit the Carbon dating below for the Voynich Manuscript which was dated between 1404-1438. The Zodiac Series, someone has written down the month's in the French Language so the Agincourt Connection with Henry V and the French is plausable.

Towards the pursuit of finding meaning with the Voynich Manuscript as we are all here for. Lately I have gone over the possibility regarding how the Voynich was copied from an original Latin work, perhaps from a traveling doctor. The Doctor sought to conceal the VMS with meaningless text, however he held on to a separate list like a dictionary.

I brain stormed for a few days thinking about provenance, Author type, geography and where in the VMS I could possibly find a possible clue. Folio 67r2 does look like a Zodiac, so I thought would it be about an a big event or for a persons horoscope. Since f67r2 was surrounded by waning 3/4 moons I figured it was for a big event. The planets match up very well with the Zodiac presentation I provided. Also, if one studies the Voynich you will know that in the horoscope series, it starts with Pisces with f70v1 and ends with Sagittarius as f73v! For reasons I don't understand Sagittarius leans in the 1st house of the Zodiac and I think it might have a connection to f67r2. Anyway I determined that by the waning 3/4 moons and by the planets alignments to the inner circle words which might be planets for f67r2 that this represented The Battle of Agincourt on October 25, 1415 and I speculate a Doctor drew this up at 8 am three hours before the battle sprung into action.

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3/4 Moon waning is a Last Quarter:

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 Year      New Moon       First Quarter       Full Moon       Last Quarter 

 1415                                                         Jan  3  05:44    
        Jan 11  06:37     Jan 18  07:57     Jan 25  06:36     Feb  2  03:16    
        Feb  9  20:40     Feb 16  15:24     Feb 23  21:13     Mar  3  23:39    
        Mar 11  07:46     Mar 17  23:11     Mar 25  12:36     Apr  2  17:05    
        Apr  9  16:34     Apr 16  08:03     Apr 24  04:25     May  2  06:38    
        May  9  00:03     May 15  18:35     May 23  20:10     May 31  16:28    
        Jun  7  07:12 T   Jun 14  07:13     Jun 22  11:07 p   Jun 29  23:27    
        Jul  6  14:52     Jul 13  22:17     Jul 22  00:39     Jul 29  04:54    
        Aug  4  23:53     Aug 12  15:41     Aug 20  12:38     Aug 27  10:13    
        Sep  3  11:05     Sep 11  10:40     Sep 18  23:28     Sep 25  16:40    
        Oct  3  01:11     Oct 11  05:49     Oct 18  09:52     Oct 25  01:24    
        Nov  1  18:24     Nov  9  23:33     Nov 16  20:28     Nov 23  13:13    
        Dec  1  13:53 A   Dec  9  14:43     Dec 16  07:25 n   Dec 23  04:30    
        Dec 31  09:43   


To further the evidence regarding provenance of the Voynich Manuscript from my perspective while examining the Zodiac series, in September for f72v3 Henry the V was born in September and the image does look like a King wearing royal blue. Here is Henry the V in a painting wearing Royal Blue. Again notice the 8 pointed star in his hand which could refer to f67r2.
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Another coincidence within the Voynich Manuscript Zodiac series is that there is a Lion in Scorpio's place with a string attached to its mouth which holds a similar 8 pointed star for the Zodiac of f67r2 in the Voynich Manuscript. The Battle of Agincourt began at 11 am and ended at 2 pm. The sun was in Scorpio and the French lost, well the Sun is the planet for Leo the Lion. Coincidently Henry the V's banner, three Lions can be seen on it.
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End of Battle at Agincourt:
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Finally, the Gemini sections depicts a wedding in the Voynich, Gemini is known for June. The Gemini depicts a wedding for June. Henry the V was married on June 2 1420 and Married Princess Catherine from France, Charles VI of France King of France was her father.
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