The Mystery of the Hellenic Alphabet

By Sorrowful Jester

"The Mystery of the Hellenic Alphabet"

An ancient invocation exists and has been functioning secretly in the Greek Alphabet since the time it was created. The sequence of the letters when they are fully pronounced (Alpha, Beta, Gamma etc.) has not at all been chosen at random, but there is a complete grammatical, structural and notional continuity of higher conception disguised behind it. According to the known articulation, the Greek letters (after adding the missing sixth letter Stigma or Digamma F not in use today).

In this Twitter thread I have a loose translation in English of the invocation:

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  • Tagen On Tuesday, December 25, 2018, Tagen (133)By person wrote:

    Wow. I'm not 100% sure, but I think my knuckle tattoo font was in this or Allabaic, I don't know for sure. All I know is what someone told me that they were evil, or whatever. I see it popping up other places though, usually in Band Logos. Made me think, thank you.

  • Sorrowful Jester On Tuesday, December 25, 2018, Sorrowful Jester (146)By person wrote:

    There's loosely translate in English from ancient Greek the invocation:

  • Tagen On Tuesday, December 25, 2018, Tagen (133)By person wrote:

    Great stuff. Thanks again.

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