There are #many, many# websites on the Voynich Manuscript of varying degrees of usefulness and repetition. The following is a list of some of the more notable websites and pages: due to the range of approaches it is unlikely to be ever complete.

The following are some of the useful websites: feel free to develop the list. If any cease note here rather than deleting the entry - so the article remains a historical record.

Entries checked April 2018


  • John Baez' article from 2005, with links to a number of other websites, is [1]
  • P Han's theory, from 2009/2010 [2] - No longer available (April 2018)
  • The Internet Archives page [3]
  • The Journal of Voynich Studies - [4]
  • Languedoc Mysteries website page [5]
  • Museum of Hoaxes [6]
  • Lisa Fagin Davis' article (2015) [7]
  • The Meta-religion website article [8]
  • The CSI webpage on the VM, from January/February 2011 is here [9]
  • An article on Crystalinks [10]


  • The Plos One article is here [11].
  • A BBC news article on the journal Plos One study is here [12].
  • Edith Sherwood's website [13]
  • The Voynich Manuscript Mailing List HQ website is [14]
  • The Wikipedia page is [15]
  • The Yale University webpage is [16]
  • A New Yorker article is here [17]
  • World Mysteries website [18]
  • Voynich Thoughts [19]
  • An article in Tablet Magazine [20]
  • A website on Wordpress [21]
  • Voynich Ninja website [22]
  • The VM rosettes can be seen in 3D here [23].
  • The Voynich Optics site is here [24]
  • The Oldcivilizations's Blog (in Spanish) is [25]
  • Philip Neal's website [26].
  • What We Know About The Voynich Manuscript [27] (pdf).


  • A list of books and articles can be found at [28]
  • The proposition that the Manuscript is a 'false book' created to look like it came from Francis Bacon's New Atlantis [29] - though the dating of the manuscript is against this.
  • Slides from a presentation [30]
  • 'The top 10 theories' [31]
  • A number of videos can be found here [32] - others are available on 'the usual platforms'
  • An article by Sravana Reddy and Kevin Knight [33].
  • A Princeton article is at [34].
  • A BBC story on the VM's potential translation is [35].
  • A discussion here [36]
  • An article in Spanish here [37]

A podcast can be found here [38].

See also Useful websites and materials, and, on the other VM wiki, Voynich Manuscript in the Wikiverse [39]

This article and the equivalent pages on the other Voynich website [40] should be updated together