Yesterday I was contacted by Fred MacParthy of Shesheta Publications requesting assistance of a very peculiar manuscript.
The scroll is, from what I gather, 10,5 cm wide and 3,16 m long, contains numerous diagrams and is written in Latin, German and old Polish or Czech.
They are looking for a translator for these languages, of course remunerated to the extent of their possibilities.
The pentacles are mainly the ones from the Clavicula Salomonis
There are a few mistakes in the texts, the most notable one being the use of the holy name ACLA instead of AGLA.
The title of the scroll is Vinculum Se Ucla Viculae, Instead of Vinculum seu Claviculae ( Bond or Key) which might denote that the writer was ignorant of Latin and just copied words visually.
Also, I see no resemblance to the original text of the Vinculum Salomonis (on wich I happent to toil at the moment as well, among other texts).
Towards the end (i presume) we have a beautiful rendition of the Sigillum Dei Aemeth.
Whoever might be well versed in Czech or Polish is kindly asked to message me or Fred McParthy.
The things I see in this field will never cease to amaze me.