Dr. Alenka Čuš:
I would like to express my appreciation to the Voynich researchers for their persistent and dedicated work and particularly for their making their research widely available on the internet. Without their effort to raise awareness, the VM would never catch my attention, without their findings and ideas (many of which support my theory), I would not have the confidence to persevere, and without EVA alphabet, I would not recognize Slovenian words in the VM text.
After four years of solitary work on the Voynich Manuscript project, I finally managed to organize my material to present it to the Slovenian and English experts for review.
I would like to thank Leda Dobrinja for her interest, enthusiasm and for her material that helped me get better acquainted with Slovenian phonetic dialectical writing and the culture of the Old Believers in medieval Slovenia. I am also very grateful to Slovenian ethnologist, Dr. Duša Krnel Umek for all of her help, particularly for her advice on Slovenian language and history.
I would like to thank the Beinacke Library for the use of the scanned pictures from the Voynich Manuscript, the Slovenian Academy of Arts and Sciences for the use of their online Slovenian Etymology Dictionary, the Slovenian National University Library for the use of digitalized Slovenian books, and the Slovenian National Archives for the use of their digitalized archival material.
Last, but not least, I would like to thank Slovenian linguist, Dr. Alenka Čuš for editing my articles, and especially for setting up this web page.
I am happy that Dr. Alenka Čuš has agreed to join me as we continue to introduce more material on the Voynich Manuscript to the Slovenian public and to the English speaking Voynich community.
We are inviting the members of the Voynich Manuscript community to review the Slovenian Voynich Theory and respond with your comments, opinions, suggestions, and your constructive criticism. We will be happy to answer your questions and guide you on your own journey of discovering the Voynich Manuscript mystery from the perspective of the place of origin and the language in which it is written.
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