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Many people now fail to realise that there was a time before the Latin script was used in Britain, in Scandinavia, in Eastern Europe and in Siberia amongst other places. Due to Christianization, which was brought about forecfully predominantly by manipulative Southern European and Jewish immigrants, the old priestly pagan class, the only people that used the old scripts regularly, was ousted from influence and the imposters imposed their own script, the Latin script.
Within the space of several hundred years, the carefully crafted and spiritually significant indigenous alphabets were cleansed from use. What’s the big deal? Why are the other scripts important?
|Hopefully you can see what I mean
about the geometric simplicity of Runes.
These have been drawn on isometric graph paper.
In the Ogham script, the original Celtic alphabet, each symbol can be drawn on a grid of isometric graph paper, as can the Norse runes. This is different to the Latin script as indigenous scripts contain no letters with round edges such as B, C, D, G, J, O, P, Q, R, S and U. The isometric grid is very much like the energy grid, the “Web of Wyrd”, so to speak.
It may come across as idiotic if you haven’t read any of my work prior to this, but the native alphabets increase the potency of the written words because they are written in a way which corresponds to the way the eye likes to view thinks, not only writing. It is geometrically satisfying and hence enhances the connection between the mind, which is functions like a socket waiting for the right kind of “plug”. If you try and plug the wrong type of plug into a socket, you won’t get a connection, which is to an extent the issue with Latin type because we are too busy trying to read it to be able to experience the intended potency of the written word.
This isn’t merely true for writing, the brain gets pleasure from all kinds of geometrically satisfying forms such as classical architecture, nature (as all things in nature are constructed according to the Golden Ratio, 1.618), and people. The attraction to geometric forms is the reason asymmetrical people are considered less attractive (myself with my cock eye included). In terms of writing systems, Latin script is ugly and ought to be done away with. Not to mention that Runes and Ogham are much clearer and easier to read as well as easier to write than Latin script.
The Celtic Ogham:
Languages like Gaelic appear to make very little sense, at least phonetically, when written in Latin text. You wouldn’t learn to speak Chinese without knowing how to write it, so why do it for Gaelic?
Ogham traditionally consists of 20 letters, though another 5 were added for clarifying diphthongs like ea, ie, ae, etc. Ogham should be written from right to left or from bottom to top.
Here is the alphabet:
The fifth set (aicme) are optional.
And another one I made myself:
Sigu Heil furi Oðinn.
Hail victory for Odin.
As I said earlier, demonstrated on the diagram is the Ogham written starting from the bottom. V and R share the same symbol in Ogham because they are phonetically the same in Gaelic, so the script helps one to learn the phonetics of the language.
The script is also clearly more simplistic than Latin yet is visually satisfying. Ogham fell out of mainstream use after Ireland’s Christianization in the 6th century by Saint Patrick.