The Lodarliel script was invented by Ralph Saenz, who became interested in making up writing systems and languages in the spring of 2005. About one year later, he came across a chart of the English alphabet in Braille and memorized it in a few hours. Then a couple of days later he experimented by connecting the dots together and found that if you put together the letters in connected form, it created a unique character. He uses it to write Lodarliel, his invented language, and English.
To create a C-V-C, CC-V-C, or a C-V-C-V character, first you write the first two letters in Lodarliel (CC-V or C-V). Then you add the rest of the Lodarliel letters (C, or C-V) where there is space. (either underneath, or next to) Here are examples of each:
Obron phere lal unam ebnigsi rae nad cheula ni gidinyt nad girhitsi. Newode thiw
ersano raeyeth nad nocsicnec nad oxlud cat wotradsa noe nathore ni siptiroth pho borethodo.
(Raitcel 1 pho nuvirelasath cedalaritno pho unam girhitsi)
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another
in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
If you have any questions about the Lodarliel script or Ralph's invented language, you can contact Ralph at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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