I REALLY love the first one. I would like to know more about it. Is it an alphabet, logography, syllabary, abjad, or abugida?
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
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.
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).
And the last one looks like it was done on a computer. It's Jurchen right?.....or is it one of the Khitan scripts?
and, yes, it was written on the computer with the mouse.