The Arèìdansk alphabet was invented by the linguist and philologist Carmelo Lupini to write his conlang, Arèìdansk, which is a possible evolution of an Indo-European dialect. Arèìdansk has two writing systems: an alphabet, Levkes krimanàdin (“Script of Light”), and an abugida, Devporix krimanàdin (“Script of the city of gods”). The former is used to write Gnostic texts, the latter is used to write Vedic and Buddhist texts.
The alphabets consists of 33 characters. 15 have diacritical marks and 9 express a double sound. The alphabetical order is as follows:
Yesus vevàyait: svedyin yin ekaryin at’eskosityin par te vasilman pùntreda; vyin verketen ab’eri gvenda ati es er nevem tùrreda.
/ˈJesus veˈvajait: ˈsvedjin jin eˈkarjin at’eskoˈsitjin par te vaˈsilman ˈpuntreda; vjin verˈketen ab’eri gvenda ati es er ˈnevem ˈturːeda/
Jesus said: blessed are the solitary and elect because for you will find the Kingdom; for you came forth from it, and you will return to it again.
Information about Arèìdansk (in Italian)
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