1. The Voynich manuscript
The Voynich manuscript is an illustrated codex hand-written in a possibly meaningless writing system. Wilfrid Voynich purchased this book in 1912. Later a Polish book dealer named this book after him. It is one of the most mysterious books in the world.
However, The AI rejected the text shortly after analyzing it. Meanwhile, Some believe the book may be medicinal. The book is now at Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
2. Liber Linteus Mysterious Book
The Liber Linteus Zagrabiensis (Latin for “Linen Book of Zagreb),” also rarely known as Liber Agramensis “(Book of Agram”). It is the longest Etruscan text and the only extant linen book. Notably, the book dates back to the 3rd century BCE.
In Ptolemaic Egypt, during a mummy wrapping, the book’s fabric was also preserved. Alexandria bought the mummy in 1848. Since 1867 both the mummy and the manuscript have been kept in Zagreb, Croatia. And as a result, now in a cold room at the Archaeological Museum.
The text’s meaning is not entirely clear. It is classified as a funerary calendar in the past. Even today, it is labeled as a ritual calendar. Lammert Bouke van der Meer (professor) from Leiden University wrote a brief essay about the text in the “Votives, Places, and Rituals in Etruscan Religion” (Brill, 2008) book.
3. 'The Book Of Soyga'
The Book of Soyga is one of the most mysterious books globally, also titled Aldaraia, a 16th-century Latin treatise on magic. However, Elizabethan scholar John Dee owned one copy. But the book had been thought lost after Dee’s death. Yet, in 1994 two manuscripts were found in the British Library (Sloane MS 8) and the Bodleian Library (Bodley MS).
The Book of Soyga is a mysterious book on magic from the 16th-century, found in 1994. Parts of the book consist of codes that have fascinated codebreakers.
4. Copper Scroll
The Copper Scroll (3Q15) is one of the Dead Sea Scrolls found in Cave 3 near Khirbet Qumran. But it differs significantly from the others. In contrast, the other scrolls, in general, used parchment or papyrus to write. This scroll used metal to write: copper mixed with about 1 percent tin.
Scholars continue to debate whether the treasure described in the scrolls is real or mythical. No buried treasure as large as that described in the Copper Scroll found in Israel or Palestine. If the treasure is real, it could be found in ancient times.
5. 'Popol Vuh' Mysterious Book
According to the Quiche, Maya of the region known today as Guatemala, the Popol Vuh is the creation story. However, the translation is `The Council Book,’ The Book of the People’. `The Book of the Mat’ referred to it as “The Mayan Bible,” although this comparison is imprecise. The Popol Vuh is ancient text held sacred and revered as the “Mayan Bible.” It is one of the most significant literary texts in classical Mesoamerican culture. It is also compared to the epic poem of the Odyssey.
6. The Story of the Vivian Girls book
The Vivian Girls are the seven valiant sisters at the heart of the complex story. It has become known, for short, as “In the Realms of the Unreal.” The girls are princesses of Abbieannia, a Christian land; they take part in a revolt against the child slavery imposed on their world by sinister forces.
7. Rongorongo Mysterious Book
His article is about the writing system. For the ancestor of some Māori tribes, see Rongorongo (mythology). For the settlement, see Beru Island. Don’t confuse this book with Ngorongoro.
Rongorongo is the modern name for inscriptions. The Rapa Nui language means “to recite, to declaim, to chant out.”
8. The Urantia Book
The text introduces the word “Urantia” as the name of the planet Earth and states that its intent is to “present enlarged concepts and advanced truth.” The book aim to unite religion, science, and philosophy. This literature have uniquely large amount of science.
For instance, the book discusses the origin and meaning of life, mankind’s place in the universe. Besides, it describes the bond between God and people and the life of Jesus. The Urantia Foundation, a U.S.-based non-profit group, first published The Urantia Book in 1955.
9. Handbook of Ritual Power
“I give thanks to you and I call upon you, the Baktiotha: The great one, who is very trustworthy. The one who is lord over the forty and the nine kinds of serpents,” a translation of the text reads.
The researchers who interpreted the text named it as “Handbook of Ritual Power.” It is now secured in the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University. The university bought the codex in 1981 from a Vienna-based artifacts dealer named Michael Fackelmann. Where Fackelmann got it from is a huge mystery.
Coptic is a handbook of rituals and power. It has a 20-page parchment codex from the second half of the first millennium AD. It also consists of both Christian and Gnostic elements, ritual instructions. In addition, a list of twenty-seven spells to cure demonic possession, various ailments, the effects of magic, or to bring success in love and business.
The codex book an important new addition to the corpus of magical texts from Egypt. It is a evidence for Sethian Gnostic thoughts in Coptic texts. It is now published in the Museum of Ancient Cultures, Macquarie University.
10. Nostradamus's 'Les Propheties' book
Michel de Nostredame book (depending on the source, 14 or 21 December 1503 – 1 or 2 July 1566), usually Latinised as Nostradamus,[a]. He is a French astrologer, physician, and moreover, a reputed seer. He is best known for his book Les Prophéties. It is a collection of 942 poetic quatrains[b] allegedly predicting future events. This first book published in 1555.
11. CODEX SERAPHINUS BOOK
The book Codex Seraphinianus was officially published in 1981. It is an illustration of an unreal world. An Italian artist created this book. However, the architect is made by artist Luigi Serafini between 1976 to 1978. The book has around 360 pages, and the writing was in an imaginary language.
In a talk at Oxford University in 2009, Serafini claimed there is no real meaning in the book’s text, resembling automatic writing. Of course, some might think that even if he didn’t try to impose any sense. The universe (or deity of your choice) spoke through Serafini in the manuscript as it feels purposeful.
12. ROHONC CODEX BOOK
The Rohonc Codex book (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈrohont͡s]) is an illustrated manuscript book by an unknown author. Moreover, it is a text in an unknown language. A 19th century Hungary system found in the writings of the book. It is one of the most mysterious books in the world.
The indecipherable Rohonc Codex is an ancient text. It has baffled researchers for more than 200 years. For instance, the book’s illustrations range from battles to religious symbols. It is also consist of Christianity, Islam, and even possibly Hinduism.
13. SMITHFIELD DECRETALS
The Smithfield Decretals book is a copy of Pope Gregory IX’s glossed Decretals (r. 1227–1241). It is famous for its unique program of marginal magic.
There are approximately 675 surviving manuscripts of this text. In other words, this was an essential work for legal study during the Middle Ages.
The book features many homicidal giant rabbits, a medieval Yoda, bears fighting unicorns, and strange human and animal practices.
Meanwhile, the old monks had known something. Or they knew there would someday exist a digital network connecting people who’d love to share such images for giggles and likes.
14. Codex Book
The historic ancestor of the modern book is the codex (plural codices (/ˈkɒdɪsiːz/). Instead of composed of paper sheets, it indeed used sheets of vellum, papyrus, or other materials.
The term codex used for ancient manuscript books with handwritten contents. It is a manuscript book, especially of Scripture, classics, or ancient annals.
15. Grolier Codex Mysterious Book
The Maya Codex of Mexico (MCM) book is a Maya screen fold manuscript of a pre-Columbian type and it is one of the most mysterious book in the world. Long known as the Grolier Codex or Sáenz Codex. But, in 2018, it was officially renamed the Códice Maya de México (CMM) by the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico. It is one of only four known extant Maya codices. However, only one still resides in America.
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