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Tool to translate/write with the Celestial alphabet, a series of occult symbols described by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, based on Hebrew.

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What is the Celestial alphabet? (Definition)

Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa from Nettesheim published a book in the 16th century entitled Of Occult Philosophy. Page 439 of book III, he describes an esoteric alphabet (supposedly angelic writing) named Celestial, of which here is a scan: <dfn>celestial</dfn>-page

How to encrypt using Celestial alphabet/cipher?

The Celestial script is a substitution of the Hebrew characters for a Celestial glyph/symbol.

A transliteration is therefore necessary to encrypt a word or a sentence from the Latin alphabet (our usual alphabet).

Example: The letter A is transcribed with the Hebrew letter Aleph (א), likewise, the letter B with Beth (ב), etc. However, this association is not always possible (there are only 22 Hebrew letters against 26 Latin letters).

Example: CELESTIAL is transcribed גהלהשתיאל or char(1490)char(1492)char(1500)char(1492)char(1513)char(1514)char(1497)char(1488)char(1500)

Reminder: the Hebrew scriptures are read from right to left.

How to decrypt Celestial alphabet/cipher?

The decryption of the Celestial alphabet is a replacement of the celestial symbols/glyphs with a letter from the Hebrew alphabet. In order to obtain a word or a sentence in English, a transliteration is necessary, however, certain Hebrew characters do not have an equivalent in our Latin alphabet (such as ט or צ), and there are even letters Hebrew with several possible transliterations (like ג for C or G, י for I or J or even ו for F, V or U).

Example: char(1488)char(1504)char(1490)char(1492)char(1500)char(1497)char(1490) becomes אנגהליג or ANGELIC

Reminder: the Hebrew scriptures are read from right to left.

How to recognize a Celestial ciphertext? (Identification)

The symbols making up the Celestial alphabet are generally constructed with several straight lines/sticks (sometimes there are a few curved lines) ending in circles at their ends (in the shape of large circular dots) which can make one think of constellations.

Any references to magic, angels, occult/esoteric science, or Agrippa are clues.

The Malachim alphabet as well as the Passing of the River alphabet are very similar.

When was Celestial invented?

The publication of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa's book dates from the 16th century. The author of the alphabet is unknown but it could be an invention of the author himself.

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