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Meine Liste verschlüsselter Bücher hat inzwischen 111 Einträge. Heute stelle ich drei Neuzugänge und einen Cold Case vor.
111 encrypted books My list of encrypted books now has 111 entries. Today I present three new entries and one cold case.
In a Russian online forum, an encrypted book with similarities to the Voynich Manuscript is being discussed. This tome would be a sensational find if it was genuine – but it’s probably not.
HistoCrypt 2020 will take place from June 15-17, 2020 in Budapest, Hungary. The Call for Papers is running until February 2.
Outsider artist James Hampton’s writing in an unknown script is one of the world’s most puzzling crypto mysteries. Today, I’m going to introduce an unencrypted text that can be read on Hampton’s only artwork. As far as I know, this note has never been published before.
Outsider artist James Hampton left behind an encrypted notebook and a sculpture bearing a few encrypted labels. When I was in Washington, D.C., recently, I took a video of both.
According to a recent BBC article, a British student has broken a “religious code” from the 18th century. What is behind it?
US outsider artist James Hampton (1909-1964) created only one notable piece of art. In addition, he left behind over 100 pages of encrypted notes that are unsolved to date.
Ernest Rinzi was a 19th century jeweler, goldsmith and miniaturist. He left behind an encrypted journal that is still unsolved. My first impression is that this journal is the most notable unsolved encrypted book after the Voynich Manuscript and the Rohonc Codex.
Again, a new research work about the Voynich manuscript has been published. The author believes that the famous book was created by an Italian jew. Does this hypothesis make sense? Is the author trustworthy?