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Possibilities of mathematical analysis methods for deciphering
the Voynich manuscript.
To each next generation of earthlings, the previous one leaves its secrets. The modern generation is no exception. Among the many mysteries left to our generation, a special place is occupied by the so-called"Voynich Manuscript". It got its name in honor of the famous antiquarian Wilfrid Vonich, who bought it in 1912 at a sale of one of the libraries in Rome. From that moment to this day, numerous attempts have been made to decipher it. But there is no result yet. The manuscript is written in letters that until today could not be identified with the letters of the alphabet of any language. In General, the manuscript is a collection of drawings and text. Most of the drawings depict various plants. In appearance, it can be attributed to some kind of encyclopedic reference book. Currently, this is one of the most mysterious books. It should be borne in mind that this was done not only by highly qualified specialists in various fields of knowledge, but also by scientists from various fields of science.
after analyzing the methodology of the approach to deciphering the Voynich manuscript, various experts found one characteristic feature. the vast majority of them tried to see the letters of the alphabet of any language in the signs that the manuscript is written with. then, using statistical methods of mathematical analysis, they tried to find a language whose statistical parameters correspond to the statistical parameters of the sign system used in the manuscript. This did not give a positive result. One of the conclusions based on the results of these works may be the need to change the method of approach to decoding the manuscript. As a variant of the approach to decoding the Voynich manuscript, we can take an algorithm in which the basis for consideration is not one single sign, but the entire system of signs as a whole.
Analyzing the entire system of signs, it was possible to find its characteristic feature. The entire system of signs consists of three separate groups of them, United by common features. After examining the alphabets of many languages, we were able to find a language whose alphabetic structure is similar to the structure of the sign system used in the Voynich manuscript. Moreover, the number of characters in two groups strictly corresponds to the number of letters in similar groups of the alphabet. As for the third group of characters, there were two times fewer than the letters in the corresponding group of the alphabet. There is a hint of this in the text of the manuscript. Using this hint, we had to assign two letters to each character in this group. In addition, the characters in this group turned out to be numbers, but the number system is not decimal. Thus, it was possible to identify the system of signs of the third group used in the manuscript, and the letters of the third group of the alphabet of the language that was used when writing it. This can be considered the second level of encryption. It should be noted that this language currently exists and there is a dictionary of this language with a translation into Russian on the Internet. The translation of quite a large number of words and even a few sentences confirmed the correctness of the attribution of letters to signs and the methodology of the approach to decoding in General.
And that's not all. Further analysis of the text, taking into account the above, revealed another feature of the handwritten cipher. In the text, at the beginning of words, there are completely no letters denoting vowel sounds. These letters are rarely used inside words. This can be considered the third level of encryption. This means that the author was faced with the task that even if there is a key, the text can only be read by those who know this language perfectly, that is, relatives.
Now, having obtained the results, there is a reason to evaluate the possibilities of mathematical analysis when deciphering the Voynich manuscript. Initially, let's call it "static" mode, we have two systems – the system of signs that the manuscript is written with, and the system of letters of the alphabet of the language that was used when writing it. Ideally, to get a positive result, the correlation coefficient of these systems should be equal to "1". In fact, we have fewer characters, because some characters have two letters assigned to them. Their number is 72 % of the total number of letters in the alphabet. That is, the correlation coefficient is already less than "1". Now let's go to the text and call it the "dynamics" mode. Characters in the text that represent vowel sounds are less than 2%. In fact, they should be about 40-45%. In the alphabet of this language, vowel sounds make up 30%. Therefore, in the" dynamics " (or in the text), the characters are even less than the original one by 30% (ignoring 2%). Finally, we have a correlation coefficient between the system of letters that make up the actual text of the Voynich manuscript and the symbols that represent this text, which is only about 0.3.
there is another fact to keep in mind. Signs with two letters attached to them are twice as common in the text as each of the letters they represent, but they are counted as a single letter in the analysis. at the same time, they significantly affect the results of the analysis, and not for the better. The correlation coefficient between the system of letters in the alphabet and the system of signs in the text of the manuscript is less than 0.3.
Under these conditions, it is at best not logical to talk about the similarity of the system of signs used in the text of the Voynich manuscript and the system of letters of the alphabet of the language used. You can't expect their statistical characteristics to be similar in principle. Moreover, under such initial conditions, under certain conditions, the system of distribution of characters in the text of the Voynich manuscript can be considered chaotic. This is confirmed by the fact that no language was found whose statistical parameters of the alphabet would correspond to the statistical parameters of the sign system of the manuscript.
All of the above in the end allows us to draw the following conclusion. Any methods of mathematical analysis in determining the language used in writing the Voynich manuscript are unacceptable. practical results carried out in this direction in multiple numbers by various specialists did not give a positive result, which is a confirmation of this conclusion.
In turn, this conclusion gives reason to believe that all the work carried out and carried out to decipher the Voynich manuscript using mathematical analysis methods can be considered insignificant.
Recently, some experts have tried to use a computer to decipher the Voynich manuscript. I believe that this is not possible under such initial conditions. But if you create a high-quality decryption program that contains the key and dictionary of this language, then, in my opinion, you can count on a positive result. At the same time, it is necessary to involve a specialist who knows this language well.
After analyzing the text of the Voynich manuscript, taking into account the translated words, it was possible to find out what secrets there is information about in the Voynich manuscript.
1. There is information about the mysterious mount Kailash.
2. There is information about the Holy Grail. And not only.
3. there Is information about the mysterious pipes of mount Baigun.
Surely these are not all the secrets that I was able to get information about.