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La Santísima Trinosofía
Hall states that the MS was very much in the possession of Cagliostro, who is alleged to be one potential author of the manuscript, but that “the Inquisition had seized it” when Cagliostro was arrested in Rome in In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved from ” https: He found these various texts in different parts of Europe, no doubt, and that he had a true knowledge of their import is proved by the fact that he attempted to conceal some forty fragmentary ancient texts by scattering them within the lines of his own writing.
In only a few instances are complete phrases written in the same alphabet; usually two or three forms of writing are employed, with letters written upside down, reversed, or with the text written backwards.
The original copy remains in the Library at Troyes, designated as MS This points to a culmination of eons, as mentioned in the Apocalypse: The result is a story within a story.
This page was last edited on 20 Novemberat Throughout the French text there are scattered letters, words, and phrases in several ancient languages. Every combination of hieroglyphics seemed hopeless at the beginning, yet, after hours of alphabetic dissection, one familiar word would appear. The Phoenix Press,pg. Views Read Edit View history. The calligraphy is excellent. Occult books Alessandro Cagliostro.
The work was probably executed in the latter part of the eighteenth century, though most of the material belongs to a considerably earlier period. In addition to the full-page drawings there are small symbols at the beginning and end of each of the sections. In all my twenty years of experience as a reader of archaic writings I have never encountered such ingenious codes and methods of concealment as are found in this manuscript.
The keynote throughout this material is that of the approach of the age when the Leg of the Grand Man and the Waterman of the Zodiac shall meet in conjunction at the equinox and end a grand ,year cycle. I make a new heaven and a new earth,” meaning a series of new cycles and a new humanity.
Although somewhat irregular in spelling and accenting, the French is scholarly and dramatic, and the text is embellished with numerous figures, well drawn and brilliantly colored.
There is a marvelous spiritual story written by this savant, and a more wonderful one he interwove within the pattern of his own narrative. Vowels are often omitted, and at times several letters are missing with merely dots to indicate their number. Some controversy persists over the authorship of the work. If a decipherer were trinosocia be guided by what this eminent scholar wrote he would never decipher the mystery concealed within the cryptic words.
Ascribing authorship to the Count of St.
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At the end of the manuscript are a number of leaves written in arbitrary ciphers, possibly the code used by St. Manly Palmer Hall then cites Dr.
The Phoenix Press,ppg. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In a self-published translation featuring parallel French and English texts, Manly P. This gave a clue as to the language used, and established a place where word combination might begin, and then a sentence would gradually unfold. The work is of no great length, consisting of tfinosofia leaves written upon one side only. Germain rests on a “bookseller’s note” pasted to the front of the MS in Troyes, as well as Manly Palmer Hall’s own statements, which have been described as partisan.