Serali wrote:I REALLY love the first one. I would like to know more about it. Is it an alphabet, logography, syllabary, abjad, or abugida?
Serali wrote:I would love to see more of it and a key to it if possible. I would like to play with it and see what comes out.
Serali wrote:And the last one looks like it was done on a computer. It's Jurchen right?.....or is it one of the Khitan scripts?
VROOR wrote:The first image shows a special writing-style for the Chinese characters of which, appears to be similar to 女書 (however, much more complex and devoloped). This writing-system combines certain Chinese characters into term-words. This writing is used for ancient religious texts and rites as well as magic practices (not the taoistic system, more of the shamanistic and/or southern sorceries).
VROOR wrote:Alright. I will make a cross-reference sheet of some of the characters between Standard Chinese and this writing-style (it is alanguage actually, its grammar is different from Standard Chinese and, it has its own phonologies apart from the Chinese language).
VROOR wrote:It's Jurchen and, yes, it was written on the computer with the mouse.
Serali wrote:It's beautiful. Do you know it fluently? If so where did you learn it?
Serali wrote:The first 3 characters look like Nüshu characters.
Serali wrote:How many characters are there in this language?
Serali wrote:Wonder what it sounds like?
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