The Lovecraftian was invented by Simon Whitechapel to be used in a
forthcoming sequel to David M. Mitchell's Lovecraft tribute The
Starry Wisdom. It's intended for transliterating the Roman alphabet.
Voiced plosives and fricatives are distinguished from unvoiced by use
of a dot, but all other consonants, including 'c', have a unique form.
Vowels are based on star patterns
Punctuation marks are placed at the beginning of sentences.
There is no distinction between upper and lower case.
Sample text in the Lovecraftian alphabet
I am forced into speech because men of science have refused to follow
my advice without knowing why. It is altogether against my will that I
tell my reasons for opposing this contemplated invasion of the antarctic. H.P. Lovecraft, At the Mountains of Madness (1936)