Voynich Script for English

This is an alphabet based on the script in the Voynich Manuscript invented by Erik Olsen, who has attempted to create parallels between the frequences of letters in the manuscript and the English language so it would have a similar look. He also attempted to have some sort of logic among similar sounds, though sometimes for the sake of frequency some pairs aren't so logical.

Notable features

Erik's Voynich Script

Erik's Voynich Script

Sample text

Sample text in Erik's Voynich Script

Transliteration

Strange is our situation here upon earth.
Albert Einstein

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