This site is a collection of information and research about the Voynich manuscript, particularly its language and script. The menu items at the top summarise what I know or believe and is a mixture of my own research and the research of others.
The blog is a record of the research I have undertaken, as it happens and is refined or revised. Some of it can be rather deep, so if you’re new to the manuscript I recommend reading the menu pages at the top first.
If you’re completely new to the Voynich manuscript I recommened reading Rene Zandbergen’s Voynich site first as an introduction.
A Note on Conventions
Text within brackets such as [this] represents the transcription of the Voynich script according to EVA. The use of a dot/full stop/period represents a word break: [n.a] means [n] and [a] separated by a space.
Although fonts do exist for the Voynich script they are not possible to use on this site. You will need to be familiar with the EVA transcription to follow the information here.
Text within slashes such as /this/ represents speech sounds. They should not be taken as specific sounds but rather broad ideas of what kind of sound it might be.