Distinguished botanist professor A. Tucker and former NASA IT specialist R. Talbert rock the news with their Aztec solution of the Voynich Manuscript ( read here ).
Can an amateur like me argue with experts and rocket scientists? There is no point.
Professor Newbold had his VMs solution disproved by Professor Manly. I hope Tucker and Talbert will find their work reviewed soon by experts equally distinguished.
As non-expert, I will attempt to fight the absurdity with absurdity. Here is 'absolute proof' of the pre-Columbian North American origin of the Voynich Manuscript. It is self-evident in the oldest North American petroglyphs. They were carved 10 000 years ago on few boulders at the western end of lake Winnemucca in Nevada. Similarities are striking.
I am talking real Uto-Aztec culture here - not some post-Columbian Aztec-wannabe herbal manuscript drawn in the style of its European predecessors. If we are going North American - let's go all the way!