Modern life plainly has me stumped: I now can’t even tell email spam and Voynich theories apart. Both seem to be generated from long lists of largely comprehensible phrases, before being dumped in my inbox as self-evident truths: both make my head hurt.

So with that gushing introduction over, here’s this week’s Voynich theory, courtesy of Jimmy Craig on starseeds.net (don’t ask what that is, you can guess enough to tell from its URL that you probably don’t want to know), who believes “that the Voynich Manuscript is describing “Food”, as in the “Mana from Heaven”, that Adam and Eve were not allowed to eat.” Moreover,…

The Characters in the Voynich Manuscript, are a description of the process that removes time. All the language in the Voynich Manuscript is apart of this algorithm based description, because of the complexity of the argument itself, the algorithm is parsed. This is probably the correct way, or more correct way of addressing the algorithm itself. The Process that Removes Time is Nibiru the Star Wormwood, Star of David. It is the great flood at the end of time, that brings mankind into Forever Night. The characters of the Voynich Manuscript are this Ocean, that is Nibiru the mechanism that removes time.

Craig then refers to the dragon picture on f25v, where the little dragon seems to be vacuuming up a giant plant into its snout:-

The Green Flower is Nibiru, the dinosaur in white below it is “Time”, the Star Nibiru is consuming “Time”, consuming the Dinosaur that is vomiting out the Flood Waters. Time is being destroyed by Nibiru we see the food or mana from heaven being produced thus some have concluded the Voynich Manuscript was a recipe book, when in fact it is a description of the translation of the universe. Therefore, it is a difference in the description of potential for the portion of man inheriting the new universe.

My own meta-theory is that there is a Voynich theorybot out there on a cunning, distant server, busy cranking out Voynich theories. You may think that this is a lousy hypothesis to explain the current near-Biblical flood of Voynich theories but… where’s your disproof?

10 thoughts on “New Voynich-Nibiru-dinosaur-Time theory…

  1. Ernest on May 4, 2014 at 2:56 pm said:

    A “Voynich theorybot” as you describe is bringing new meaning to the term “garbage in — garbage out” 🙂

  2. Colin on May 5, 2014 at 6:47 am said:

    No no! Don’t you see? The VM is a kind of bomb planted by an extremely patient alien civilization whose intention it is to take over our planet. The knew that a dumb enemy would be much easier to vanquish than a smart one, and the VM is like a kind of sharp-shooter in this process of stultification (the internet itself is the carpet bomb, and there are other weapons acting on us as we speak). And it’s working: the distinction between intelligent conjecture and utter horses**t is blurring! And once the critical threshold of global idiocy has been reached, our time will be up! They live!! The end is nigh!! Repent!

  3. Colin: I don’t want to worry you but… They Walk Among Us! 🙂

  4. bdid1dr on May 5, 2014 at 2:54 pm said:

    Sharp-shooters! Where? Maybe that’s why my outdoor ‘scare’ light came flashing on every ten minutes or so last night and the night before! It’s a plot! The neighborhood bats have been very active the last two nights — zapping them nasty insects as fast as they can before they can invade our gardens. Bats in my belfry, you think?

  5. bdid1dr on May 6, 2014 at 3:20 pm said:

    For some interesting reading: Look up “Mountain Meadow Massacre” and the events which led up to the execution of John Lee. You might find ‘The Book of Mormon’ comparatively interesting (to ‘Rohonc’, for example). I know, I could have posted this on your Rohonc discussion page, but what’s the fun in that? 😉

  6. bdid1dr on May 6, 2014 at 3:31 pm said:

    I’ll be heading back to your Rohonc discussion to check if I’ve already mentioned “Chrono” or “Choron” as possible labels and/or identification of the “Rohonc” material.
    Cheers!

  7. bdid1dr on May 24, 2014 at 12:51 am said:

    Sharpshooters in this part of the world are insects called “glassy-winged sharpshooters”. Hell on wings as far as our vineyard/wineries were/are concerned. So, it may appear that I have ‘bats in my belfry’; but I just couldn’t resist the riff! Heh!
    🙂

  8. Seriously guys?
    How about a more sophisticated approach?
    Nibiru and Anunnaki source

  9. *weep*

    I’ve taken to reading about the Vms nothing by an author who writes later than WWII

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