Alphabets Ciphers & Scripts

:
The Alphabet of Arrows
Alphabet of Daggers (Dagger Script)
Alphabet of the Genii -
(aka. Alphabet of the Celestial Language, Alphabet of the Angels, Celestial riting )
Alphabet of the !agi
Angelic"Celestial Script
Apollonian
Ara#aic
A$estan
%obileth
Coptic
&nochian ('ohn Dee, &(war( )elle*)
&nochian ('ohannus +antheus)
&$a ,an( A (-o*nich)
Gothic
Greek (&arl*)
Greek (Classical)
Greek-,ebrew .u#eration
,ebrew (Ancient)
,ebrew ( +aleo-/garitic)
,ebrew (Letter-0a#il* Tree)
,ebrew (Script Co#parison)
1llu#inati Ciphers
Linear A
Linear %
!alachi#
!asonic"2osicrucian Cipher - (2o*al Arch Cipher, A13 %)2)
4gha#
+assing of the 2i$er (Transitus 0lu$ii)
+ictish Swirl Script
+hoenician
Runic Alphabet:
%ar((as
&truscan
0uthark
&l(er 0uthark (Den#ark)
+ecti-ita
+ictish
+ictish Swirl
Theban (,onorian Script, The itches5 Alphabet)
Trithe#ius5s Angelic C*pher
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Alphabet of .ug-Soth
Celestial Script Co#parison
!agickal Alphabets (%arrett - The !agus)
&nochian-,ebrew-Greek Co#parison
Alphabet Charts:
Numerical Values of Greek Alphabet
7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
@ 7 A % (G) (D) &
A7
B , (3)
@ 7C 1 ) (L) ! . (C) 4 (+)
A8

@ 7CC + (2) (S) T 6 (/) (0) (D) (6) ()
A9

(%etaco(es follow in parentheses)
.otes
7. (iga##a (archaic Greek letter, shape si#ilar to an 0)
8. Eoppa (archaic Greek letter, shape si#ilar to a 3)
9. sa#pi (archaic Greek letter, shape si#ilar to an !)
Numerical Values of Roman Alphabet
Genetic System
*1
7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
@ 7 A % C, G D & 0 B ,
@ 7C 1, ' ) L ! . 4 + 3
@ 7CC 2 S T /, -, , 6 D
A8

Notes
7. There (oes not see# to ha$e been an ancient s*ste# of F2o#an ge#atria.F This s*ste# is genetic (rather than
phonetic) in the sense that it assigns nu#erical $alues to 2o#an letters on the basis of the Greek letters fro# which
the* were (eri$e(.
8. This s*ste# is the sa#e as the Gol(en Dawn s*ste#, e@cept that the latter assigns DG<C. The correct $alue is
DG<CC, since 2o#an D (eri$es fro# Greek chi (which has the $alue <CC), since chi ha( the phonetic $alue FksF in
the estern Greek alphabets.
Beatus of iebana System
7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
@ 7 A % C D & 0 G , 1, '
@ 7C ) L ! . 4 + 3 2 S
@ 7CC T /, -, ()
A
D (6)
A
(B)
A

Note
A %eatus5 S*ste# is base( on the 87 letters of the !e(ie$al 2o#an alphabet, which (i( not inclu(e , 6 or B. 0or
con$enience the* ha$e been assigne( $alues here.
Common System of 1!th an" 11th Centuries
*
7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
@ 7 A % C D & 0 G ,
@ 7C 1, ' ) L ! . 4 + 3
@ 7CC 2 S T /, -, D 6 B
Note
A This s*ste# is foun( in se$eral #anuscripts of the tenth an( ele$enth centuries. 1t see#s to be #o(ele( (not entirel*
successfull*) after the ,ebrew assign#ents.
Numerical Values of #ebre$ Alphabet
*
7 8 9 : ; < = > ?
@ 7
A
aleph
%
beth
G
gi#el
D
(aleth
,
he
-
$au
B
Ha*in
D
cheth
'
teth
@ 7C
1
*o(
)
kaph
L
la#e(
!
#e#
.
nun
C
sa#ekh
4
a*in
+
pe
0
tHa((i
@ 7CC
3
Eoph
2
resh
S
shin
T
tau
Note
A The ,ebrew alphabet is represente( here b* the 2o#an lettersI A%GD,-BD'1)L!.C4+032STJ #a* also be use(
for - ($au), an( 6 #a* be use( for 1 (io().
%r"er of Na&orean 'ssenes:
/pper or lower case is oka*, blanks an( punctuation are ignore(.
4I.I&I Ge#atria uses the following $alues for the &nglish alphabetI
A(7), % (8), C(9), D(:), &(;), 0(>C), G(9),
,(>), 1(7C), '(7C), )(8C), L(9C), !(:C), .(;C),
4(=C), +(>C), 3(7CC), 2(8CC), S(9CC), T(:CC), /(<),
-(<), (>CC), D(<C), 6(7C), B(=).
NA'():
A L W H S D O Z K V G R C
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
N Y J U F Q B ! " # $ %
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
*ol+otea ,ey:
-isco+ere" 1./).!0 by 1ohn 2arthin3 44 52rater %6R7
A-7 B-C
1-: G-8
3-< 4-9
6-> -;
0-7C &-=
.-78 !-77
--7: /-79
D-7< C-7=
L-7> )-7?
T-8C S-89
%-88 ,-8?
'-8: +-97
2-8< D-8>
AlphaNumberValue 5ANV7
AlphaNumber
Alphanumeric
Value
Re"uce" Value Set 4"entification
B&24 )8 1 (Stan( Alone)
4.& 08 9
0-Letter Set
T4 :; 8
0-Letter Set
T,2&& :) / :-Letter Set
04/2 )! ) 8-Letter Set
01-& 8/ ) 8-Letter Set
S1D :/ 9
0-Letter Set
S&-&. ): / :-Letter Set
&1G,T 8< 8 :-Letter Set
.1.& 8/ ) 8-Letter Set
Gematria 2or atin Characters & Ciphers:
Ciphers an( co(es ca#e into fairl* wi(esprea( use in the 7<th an( 7=th Centuries, significant e@ponents being Trithe#ius,
Agrippa, Dee, an( %acon. FK,enr* Cornelius Agrippa5s Three Books of Occult Philosophy, 5K #a* be consi(ere( as the
te@t book of the ol( 2osicrucian philosoph*.5 1t is in Agrippa5s esoteric co#pen(iu#, publishe( in 7;97, that we fin( the
ke*. The secon( book of this to#e is (e$ote( to nu#bers an( #athe#atical #agicI the eighteenth chapter gi$es the ge#atria
co(e of Greek, the nineteenth chapter gi$es that of ,ebrew an( the twentieth gi$es the co(e of 2o#an script languages,
such as &nglish.F The authorship of Shakespeare5s works has been (ebate( for #an* *ears. 1t is belie$e( b* #an* that
0rancis %acon was their actual author. The cha#pions of this belief rel* hea$il* on e$i(ence of encr*pte( #essages the*
sa* is burie( within the original e(itions of Shakespeare5s works. The FSimpleF, FReverseF, FShortF, an( FKayeF ciphers are
known as Baconian.
AG21++A S1!+L& 2&-&2S& S,42T )A6&

A
7 7 8: 7 8=
% 8 8 89 8 8>
C 9 9 88 9 8?
D : : 87 : 9C
& ; ; 8C ; 97
0 < < 7? < 98
G = = 7> = 99
, > > 7= > 9:
1 ? ? 7< ? 9;
' <CC ? 7< ? 9;
) 7C 7C 7; 7 7C
L 8C 77 7: 8 77
! 9C 78 79 9 78
. :C 79 78 : 79
4 ;C 7: 77 ; 7:
+ <C 7; 7C < 7;
3 =C 7< ? = 7<
2 >C 7= > > 7=
S ?C 7> = ? 7>
T 7CC 7? < 7 7?
/ 8CC 8C ; 8 8C
- =CC 8C ; 8 8C
?CC 87 : 9 87
D 9CC 88 9 : 88
6 :CC 89 8 ; 89
B ;CC 8: 7 < 8:
Genetic Correspon"ences 5#ebre$=Greek=Roman7
1n an effort to translate into the Graeco-2o#an Tra(ition so#e i(eas fro# the estern !agical an( ,er#etic Tra(ition,
inclu(ing 3abala an( Tarot, 15$e (e$elope( the following table of correspon(ence between the ,ebrew alphabet an( Greek
an( 2o#an alphabets. There are no (eep secrets hereJ this infor#ation can be foun( in an* histor* of the alphabet. 1n(ee(,
the correspon(ences are the sa#e as those gi$en b* 2egar(ie (Co#plete Gol(en Dawn S*ste# of !agick), with the single
e@ception of DJ this correction of the Gol(en Dawn assign#ent is e@plaine( in note ; below.
hat follows is a table of genetic correspon(ences rather than phonetic correspon(ences, the latter being #uch less e@act
an( #ore changeable. S*ste#atic genetic correspon(ences are possible because the ,ebrew, Greek an( 2o#an alphabets
(eri$e fro# a co##on source, the .orth Se#itic alphabet of c.7=CC %C&. The 2o#an co#es to us $ia &truscan an( Greek
c.>CC %C&, an( the Greek co#es $ia +hoenician, c.7CCC %C&. 1n this sense Aleph, Alpha an( A are in essence the sa#e
letter. 1t5s worth noting that the !o(ern ,ebrew alphabet, which is co##onl* use( in esoteric work, is no closer in for# to
the original alphabet than are the Greek or 2o#an alphabets. 1n(ee(, the 4l( ,ebrew alphabet (c. ?CC %C&) looks #uch
#ore like the &arl* Greek alphabet than it looks like !o(ern ,ebrew. Therefore 1 see no reason to belie$e that the !o(ern
,ebrew alphabet has #ore F#agical potenc*F than the Greek or 2o#an alphabets.
*able of Genetic Correspon"ences
.o ,ebrew Greek Greek 2o#an
Letter Letter .u#ber Letter
----------------------------------------------------
7 aleph alpha 7 A
8 beth beta 8 %
9 gi#el ga##a 9 CG
: (aleth (elta : D
; he e-psilon ; &
< wau wau A7 < 0
= Ha*in Heta = B
> heth eta > ,
? teth theta ? A9
7C *o( iota 7C 1'
77 koph kappa 8C )
78 la#e(h la#b(a 9C L
79 #en #u :C !
7: nun nu ;C .
7; sa#ekh @i <C A;
7< a*in o-#icron =C 4
7= pe pi >C +
7> sa(e san A8 -- A:
7? Eoph Eoppa A7 ?C 3
8C resh rho 7CC 2
87 sin sig#a 8CC S
88 tau tau 9CC T
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u-psilon :CC /-6
phi ;CC
chi <CC D A;
psi =CC
o-#ega >CC
sa#pi A7 ?CC
N%*'S:
No: This is the nu#erical position of the letter in the ,ebrew alphabet as use( in $arious #agical s*ste#s. 1t also essentiall*
the or(er in the +hoenician an( the earliest Greek alphabets.
#ebre$ etter: The na#e of the ,ebrew letter.
Greek etter: The na#e of the Greek letterJ letters after the horiHontal line below the 88n( letter are later a((itions that (o
not correspon( to +hoenician or ,ebrew letters. .e$ertheless the nu#erical assign#ents to the Greek letters pre(ate the
assign#ents to the ,ebrew.
Greek Number: This is the nu#erical $alue of the Greek letter in the usual Greek nu#ber notation. ith the possible
e@ception of San, it correspon(s to the ,ebrew"+hoenician or(er (see note A8 below).
Roman etter: This is the 2o#an letter geneticall* relate( to the Greek. .o 2o#an letters are (eri$e( fro# Di.
Notes to 4n"i+i"ual etters:
A7 au, 3oppa an( Sa#pi are obsolete Greek letters, which in the classical perio( were onl* use( for writing nu#erals.
au looks like an 0, 3oppa looks like a 3 with a $ertical tail.
A8 San, correspon(ing to Sa(e, was use( in so#e earl* Greek alphabets for an S soun(. 1t is often taken to be eEui$alent to
Sa#pi (also an obsolete S soun(), an( so it5s reasonable to assign it the nu#erical $alue ?CC.
A9 There is no 2o#an letter geneticall* relate( to Teth"Theta.
A: There is no 2o#an letter geneticall* relate( to Sa(e"San.
A; The 2o#an letter D (eri$es fro# the Greek letter now calle( Chi, which is i(entical in shape. This is because the 2o#an
alphabet (e$elope( fro# an earl* Greek alphabet in which the letter shape( D (with nu#erical $alue <CC) ha( the soun(
"ks". 1n the classical Greek alphabet this letter ha( the soun( "kh", whence its na#e Chi. The Greek letter Di, which ha( the
soun( "ks" in the classical alphabet (but not in the alphabet fro# which the 2o#an alphabet (eri$es), is unrelate( to 2o#an
D, an( in fact looks nothing like it.

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