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Alphabet of the Magi  Alphabet of the Magi

The Alphabet of the Magi was invented by Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim (also known as Paracelsus) in the 16th century. He used it to engrave the names of angels on talismans which he claimed could treat illnesses and provide protection. It was probably influenced by the various other magical alphabets that were around at the time and also by the Hebrew script.

The Alphabet of the Magi

The Alphabet of the Magi

Links

Information about the Alphabet of the Magi
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alphabet_of_the_Magi
http://wolf.mind.net/library/magic/talismans/talisman.htm

Free Alphabet of the Magi fonts
http://www.dafont.com/alphabet-of-magi.font
http://www.fontreactor.com/download/en/pc/alphabet_of_magi
http://www.angelfire.com/ab6/imuhtuk/fonts.htm

Magical alphabets

Alphabet of the Magi, Angelic, Daggers, Enochian, Malachim, Passing the River, Theban


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