Yin yang Alphalines

Yin yang Alphalines

Yin yang Alphalines was devised in February 2006 by Erik Moreno, a Colombian teenager. The alphabet is based on Yin yang lines on South Korea flag. It is named Alphalines because from the joined lines the letters take form. The type of lines in each letter stem from a code for each line, as it appears below.

Notable features

  • Direction of writing: left to right in vertical columns running from top to bottom.
  • Yin yang Alphalines can be used for write any European language. For Western European languages the letters have the same sounds as in Latin, meanwhile for Eastern European languages the letters have the same sounds as the IPA, except that r' = [ts].
  • Each letter has only one sound; however, the sounds of the letters can change in different languages.
  • For English, some of the letters have different pronunciations:
    Yin yang Alphalines for English

Yin yang Alphalines

Yin yang Alphalines

Sample text in Yin yang Alphalines

Sample text in Yin yang Alphalines

Transliteration

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)


If you have any questions about Linephon, you can contact Erik at linephon@yahoo.es

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