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The great flood

The pages of the Voynich manuscript are also still mirrored. Just as explained on the side "missing pages", new words have to be generated out of the "Voynich-Glyphs".

An example here may be the mirror-inverted page 26r, of which the content is now to be published:

December 4, 2797 BC

Formerly the Phoenicians abandoned the land of the Edonians because the looter drove them out before the sea flooded Idumaea over two years. The Phoenicians escaped from it, as well as the Autariatae cavalry, as a result of which even the last uninterruptedly played the lamentation of the death with the lute. The autumn passed off this way. The earth's crust splintered and an omnivorous ulcer shot out. The din destroyed the gulf on the west coast of Caria and Lydia and in the course Edonia passed. At the same time, many died before the land of Idumaea was extinguished.

It is reported that there was a volcanic eruption in the Aegean Sea and the subsequent flood of Idumaea, which is far before the eruption of Santorini. This text is a summary of events of different places and areas.

The stories tell of a distant past, explained in Greek and Roman terms of countries and peoples. It is not clear from which sources these texts result, but there are similarities with other historical data.

It is said that Gilgamesh has lived around 2700 BC and he heard of his ancestors from the great flood. Historical climate records show a short-term temperature drop around 2800 BC.

The question arises how large the area was Idumäa, since data can only be found in the Bible, and research is still pending here. On ancient maps is designated with Idumäa an area between the Gaza Strip and the Dead Sea. These data refer to the 1st millennium BC.

Herodotus speaks of the first settlements of the Phoenicians around 2750 BC and the "Fenchu", as the Phoenicians were called by the Egyptians, are already mentioned in the Egyptians as early as 2500 BC. Herodotus took the name "Edom" for the Phoenicians. Perhaps it was a false tradition, since between EDON and EDOM is only a misunderstood sound.

The Autariatae, mentioned here, were among the Illyrians, and thus an attack of Edonia by the Autariatae might have preceded the events.