The Voynich manuscript is a book that is thought to have been written between the XV and XVI, and includes 240 pages on vellum, most accompanied by illustrations. The author, text and language remain a mystery, and therefore has been considered the world's most mysterious writing. To language in the book was called Voynich. In voychinés no words with more than ten letters and a curiosity is that certain characters appear only in specific parts of words: either at the beginning, middle or end. Words can also appear repeatedly, getting to appear three times in a row. It is believed that an encrypted message is being studied by many professionals and cryptographers, including U. S. and British code breakers of the First and Second World War. Still has defied all attempts to reveal it, becoming a celebrity among the articles without revealing. The a-z mystery books surrounding the manuscript has sparked the imagination of the people, being subject to various assumptions, theories, outlandish and novels. Although many argue that the book is simply a joke, the text was invented without rhyme or reason, it is noteworthy that satisfies Zipf's law, not even invented languages ??such as Elvish or Klingon get made. This law states that the shorter a word, more often appears in texts of any language, due to savings in the linguistic effort. In 2009, researchers at the University of Arizona conducted the test of carbon-14 on manuscript paper and confirmed (with 95% certainty) that the book was written between 1404 and 1438. Besides, the McCrone Research Institute in Chicago found much of the writing is not added much later than that time, confirming that the manuscript is a genuine medieval document. Still, these results were not published properly, leading to further speculation about it. The book is named after the book collector Wilfrid M. Voynich, Polish-Lithuanian origin, who acquired it in 1912. Voynich manuscript currently belongs to Beinacke Library Rare a-z mystery books and Manuscripts, Yale University, known by the nickname "Beinecke MS 408". The first facsimile edition was developed in 2005. There is no very clear about the purpose of this manuscript, although they differ several sections of type herbalist, cosmos, astronomy, pharmacy, biology and recipes. One of the curiosities that support the fraud of the book is that except two or three species, plants displayed do not exist on our planet, and many of them seem digests from different parts of several plants at once. One possible explanation is that the book belonged to a herbalist as a catalog with which to impress your clients, but typically these catalogs used known languages. The writing seems fluid and had to be added later to the images that accompany almost every page of the manuscript, as they adapt to the contours of the same, and this would not have been possible in reverse. Among the striking images in the book, microscopes or telescopes can see images of galaxies, and allegories of nuclear energy and the stars nova, but this is conjecture. In principle if not understand what he says, the pages are absolutely stunning and fascinating subject cuidadas. Un that of this code. Maybe someday apaarezcan keys in other samples they have not been destroyed. I'm convinced enough explanations given video. Superintereante!. It is the first time I have referred to this manuscript. Wonderful and exciting post. "No one has thought the possibility that plants are from another planet, constellations, are indications of where you are, and language, alien? I do not understand is what so much water and so bathing . . . . . . . . . is it because they were aquatic creatures?. . . .