The Essalen alphabet was created by Mike Evans a few years ago. The
letters are just random shapes and Mike uses the alphabet to write
his invented language, also called Essalen. It can be used to write
other languages as well.
- Written from left to right in horizontal lines.
- The pronunication of the letters can change depending on which
language you're writing
- Formal Essalen is used for calligraphy and sometimes in names. Practical
Essalen is for everyday use.
- The symbol "Pas" appears at the beginning of paragraphs.
Essalen Formal alphabet
Essalen Practical alphabet
If you have any questions about Essalen, you can contact Mike Evans
Other writing systems invented by visitors to this site
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