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Hylian alphabet

Hylian alphabet

fiktive-Schriften Teil 2

fiktive-Schriften Teil 2

My Made-Up 'Ancient' Script by AzureMagic on DeviantArt

My Made-Up 'Ancient' Script by AzureMagic on DeviantArt

Olde English = Letterhead Fonts saved to Tutorials & Videos Create a design using the many alternate characters in the LHF Old Iron font by Steve Contreras. See more examples at: www.letterheadfon...

Olde English = Letterhead Fonts saved to Tutorials & Videos Create a design using the many alternate characters in the LHF Old Iron font by Steve Contreras. See more examples at: www.letterheadfon...

Witches alphabet also known as the Theban alphabet. Script is of unclear origin, first appeared in a Latin manuscript in the sixteenth century, in which the author claims that it was created by Honorius of Thebes about five hundred years earlier. The letters correspond to Latin letters. Gerald Gardner, the creator of Wicca, encouraged use of the alphabet by modern Wiccan practitioners in the 1950s. Today, many Wiccans use it to mask the meanings of secret spells and texts.

Witches alphabet also known as the Theban alphabet. Script is of unclear origin, first appeared in a Latin manuscript in the sixteenth century, in which the author claims that it was created by Honorius of Thebes about five hundred years earlier. The letters correspond to Latin letters. Gerald Gardner, the creator of Wicca, encouraged use of the alphabet by modern Wiccan practitioners in the 1950s. Today, many Wiccans use it to mask the meanings of secret spells and texts.

voodoo letters

voodoo letters

Little is known about the origins of the Runic alphabet , which is traditionally known as futhark after the first six letters. In Old Nor...

Little is known about the origins of the Runic alphabet , which is traditionally known as futhark after the first six letters. In Old Nor...

Amazing Photos Reveal How the Natural World Copies Itself | WIRED

Amazing Photos Reveal How the Natural World Copies Itself | WIRED