The Qelsh script was invented in December 2009 by Nathan Baciao to write his conlang by the same name. Inspiration for the language came to him one night when he heard its sounds when walking on a beach in his dreams.
The vowels have two forms and two sounds. They are not the same as in English and and are sometimes never heard in speech when whispered. The vowels can be switched around like a code. The second form and sounds are below the top vowels.
The qæ'çóð symbol separates the numerals.
Ddaljø fhåjy nudh io çærh wiqóþ. Ljew, jyohw öí jwånh swax.
We are all the children of one God. He who came, is coming again.
If you have any questions about Qelsh, you can contact Nathan at: nbtwilightprince[at]gmail[dot]com
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