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* MindScrew: Intentionally so. WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.

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* MindScrew: Intentionally so. WordOfGod is that The artist says the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.


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* MindScrewdriver: WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.

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so. WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.


* AlienGeometries: The last chapter features architecture that has no right to exist.

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AlienGeometries: The last chapter features architecture that has no right to exist.exist.



* EldritchLocation: Some of the places shown. Or even the world itself as described there.
* ForeignQueasine: A little ''too'' foreign and messy.
* MindScrew: Intentionally so.
** MindScrewdriver: WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.

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MindScrewdriver: WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.

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** MindScrewdriver: WordOfGod is that the book is meant to emulate the confusion an extremely young child experiences when they come across something like an illustrated encyclopedia: They can discern that it holds ''some'' sort of significance to the adults around them, but not in the slightest ''what'' that significance is.

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* BilingualBonus: No, not the language of the book, which the authors says is meaningless. Within the book, though, there are illustrations a man writing in French in cursive in chapter 6.


* {{Animorphism}}: Two pages show a couple having sex that gradually metamorphoses into a crocodile.

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* {{Animorphism}}: Two pages show a couple having sex that gradually metamorphoses into a crocodile.[[FusionDissonance crocodile]].


* StarfishLanguage: While writing itself is just wiggles, Codex Seraphinianus assures in eighth chapter that text itself is capable of influencing reality beyond its abstract meaning. [[MindScrew Or something]].

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* StarfishLanguage: While the writing itself is just wiggles, Codex Seraphinianus the ''Codex Seraphinianus'' assures in the eighth chapter that the text itself is capable of influencing reality beyond its abstract meaning. [[MindScrew Or something]].


* TomeOfEldritchLore: It was inspired by the[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]] and is sometimes confused with it.

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* TomeOfEldritchLore: It was inspired by the[[https://en.the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]] and is sometimes confused with it.


* MindScrew
* StarfishLanguage: While writing itself is just wiggles, Codex assures in eighth chapter that text itself is capable of influencing reality beyond its abstract meaning. [[MindScrew Or something]].
* TomeOfEldritchLore: It was inspired by ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]]'' and is sometimes confused with it.

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* MindScrew
MindScrew: Intentionally so.
* StarfishLanguage: While writing itself is just wiggles, Codex Seraphinianus assures in eighth chapter that text itself is capable of influencing reality beyond its abstract meaning. [[MindScrew Or something]].
* TomeOfEldritchLore: It was inspired by ''[[https://en.the[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]]'' manuscript]] and is sometimes confused with it.


An encyclopedia of an alternate reality or a imaginary world made by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini.

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An encyclopedia of an alternate reality or a an imaginary world made by Italian artist, architect and industrial designer Luigi Serafini.


* TomeOfEldritchLore: It is sometimes confused with the ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]]''.

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* TomeOfEldritchLore: It is sometimes confused with the was inspired by ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]]''.manuscript]]'' and is sometimes confused with it.

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* TomeOfEldritchLore: It is sometimes confused with the ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voynich_manuscript Voynich manuscript]]''.


* AlienGeometries: Last chapter features architecture that has no right to exist.

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* AlienGeometries: Last The last chapter features architecture that has no right to exist.


* EldritchLocation: Some of the places shown.

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* EldritchLocation: Some of the places shown. Or even the world itself as described there.

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