Creative Commons?Absolutely not. This is an illegal scan.
This either grants credence to the concept that the whole thing is breakable, or that the author merely took the most obviously comprehensible part of the text and made THAT a code, and the rest is gibberish. Luigi Serafini, while still living, has not disclosed much in the way of hints as to the rest of the text.
In a talk at the Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles held on May 12, 2009, Serafini has stated that there is no meaning hidden behind the script of the Codex, which is asemic; that his own experience in writing it was closely similar to automatic writing; and that what he wanted his alphabet to convey to the 'reader' is the sensation that children feel in front of books they cannot yet understand, although they see that their writing does make sense for grown-ups.
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