The Voynich manuscript is a handwritten illustrated book, which has left codebreakers absolutely baffled, as thus far no one has been able to make any agreed upon sense of it. The manuscript is named after Wilfrid Voynich, a Polish book dealer who purchased it in 1912, in Villa Mondragone, Italy.
The manuscript has many illustrations of plants, images and what could be interpreted as astrological symbols. There have been many theories on the manuscript- ranging from Wilfrid Voynich being a fraud, to it being the childhood works of Leonardo Da Vinci, all of which have been debated and challenged by experts.
Another theory is it could have no code in it at all, or part code and the rest just nonsense that makes the code very hard to detect. These are some of the theories discussed in Voynich Code – The World’s Most Mysterious Manuscript: