01 May 2016

Scanned OLB manuscript with line numbering PDF

Oera Linda students now have a new source to work with. I am working on part 2 of this series: Transliteration. When all is done and improved, a high quality printed version will be made available.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you very much for this. It was hard to find scans of the original script. I am very interested in learning the written language to help keep it alive, because I believe very much with the hope of a script that is as readable 4000 years old as the script I write today. It also helps me believe in the book, by allowing me to observe the earliest available source material myself to help form my perceptions.

    So far I'm a spoiled American brat so I've only been motivated by my environment to know english and a little hobby japanese. But the germanic roots of my language allow the Oera Linda to be far from indecipherable, if challenging. So far I've started to be able to navigate the Oera Linda well enough to find choice words and sentences for myself, so I know exactly how much translation there is between the original and the english versions produced so far.