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Angelic Script – what does this writing look like, is it possible to read it and how often do Angels use this?

8 Comments

  1. Antoine, King of the Vampires says:

    No one here has ever seen it. You need to find an angel and ask them. They probably won’t show it to a human like you.

  2. Nonsense says:

    Here is a sample $%$^$%%&%&%^&*#^$&^*&(&)$^&#%^@$^%&%&%^&^&

  3. Alistair says:

    Angels dont exist.

  4. Thirdflooruk says:

    Are you OK????

  5. Mike Oxlong says:

    Helpful Tip:

    Your never going to find your answers about all this Spirits and Guardians and angels or whatever

  6. HRH says:

    I’ve always found the notion of Angelic Script silly, personally. If there were angels, and they had a secret code by wich they communicated and could be bound to the bidding of humans, I cannot think they would let it be discovered by humans. And if some idiot human used it, once the angel were free, retribution would be savage and horrible. It’s like Thomas says in The Prophecy, “Did you ever notice how in the Bible, when ever God needed to punish someone, or make an example, or whenever God needed a killing, he sent an angel? Did you ever wonder what a creature like that must be like? A whole existence spent praising your God, but always with one wing dipped in blood. Would you ever really want to meet an angel?" Not if you’ve read and believed the christian bible. Or if you are a non-believer, I think the mythology says they are even more not nice, killing babies, burning cities, and whatnot. No, I don’t think they do much writing. If you are still interested, try a web search. It will show you thousands of examples of supposed angelic script, each a little different and with a different interpretation.

    Here’s a starting point. Unfortunately, I couldn’t copy and paste the actual alphabet for you.

    Angelic alphabet Origin

    The Angelic alphabet, which is also known as the Celestial alphabet, is derived from the Hebrew and Greek alphabets. It was created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century and was used for communication with angels Notable features

    Type of writing system: alphabet

    Direction of writing: left to right in horizontal lines

    The Angelic alphabet

    Links Information about the Celestial/Angelic alphabet and free fonts

    http://www.paganspath.com/meta/celalpha.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celestial_Alphabet

    http://www.donaldtyson.com/celest.htm

    http://www.lordkyl.net/fonts/fonts.php?category=22

    http://www.fontstock.net/search/0/Angelic.html

    http://www.afternight.com/runes/runes6.htm

    http://www.haroldsfonts.com/celestial.htm

  7. Silverwren says:

    Yes there is an angelic script I believe it was created by Dr. Dee who used it to communicate with angels. I have not done a lot of study with this type of mysticism but this name should help you find some info. If you want a great book that contains 17 different alphabets including Tengwar and Elvish check out Oberon Zell-Ravenheart’s book The Grimore for the Apprentice Wizard. It’s a great resource. Blessed be.

  8. choko_canyon says:

    Hopefully the following will answer all your questions about angels:

    There aren’t any, there never have been, there won’t be any. Humankind has been around for a few hundred thousand years, and in all that time NO ONE has every established, demonstrated, shown, proven, or verified in ANY WAY the existence of ANY kind of supernatural or spiritual being. Never. Not once. I don’t know what you think that means, or how much clearer we can make it for you, but the implication should be pretty obvious to anyone over a certain age and with an intelligence greater than your average muskrat.

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