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(23) The Probable Use of a Meaningless Object

This is what  I know to this point about the Codex from Rohonc. The drawings show a Christian content, with Jesus as main character, blessing everybody, his tormentors included. Even if the themes are recognizable, in many cases they stray … Continue reading

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(21) Who Dunnit

Honourable Judge, respected Members of the Jury, The person who created this abomination, this distorted instrument of worship, is still at large. The reputable organizations Heretics for the Stake and Hexenhammer have not succeeded to produce the cunning scoundrel to … Continue reading

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(20) Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder

There is no point in discussing the aesthetic of the Codex. Somebody called it the”ugly duckling” of the undeciphered  manuscripts. The drawings are unsightly on the verge of ridiculous. The script doesn’t look much better. I think we can settle … Continue reading

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(19) Hic Sunt Serpentes

The Codex script is apparently divided into chapters, probably fourteen. The ambiguity comes from the difference between various supposed dividers. Whereas one is very elaborate some are slightly embellished, others are mere lines of uncertain function, or something that could … Continue reading

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(18) !rorriM

Both the drawings and the script reveal, after analysis, the central character of the Codex: it is Jesus Christ. But, after you get to know them better, they suggest yet another theme, a self-imposed rule that is followed by the … Continue reading

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(17) What Makes the Puzzler Sore

The Codex from Rohonc delivers a good number of paradoxes and mysteries when first examined and they pile up at a closer look, making it worthy of the name given by Bernhard Jülg. The eminent linguist and professor from Innsbruck … Continue reading

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(16) If This Script Makes Any Sense, Then, …

This is to be read in front of any conjecture I made about the script. Does it convey uncertainty and mistrust with a hint of frustration? Good. Because that is how I feel whenever I get deeper in the code … Continue reading

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