Tool to decrypt/encode messages with the Theban alphabet (sorcerer's alphabet or Runes of Honorius).
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Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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The Theban alphabet (also called the sorcerer's alphabet or Runes of Honorius) is used by some religious of the Wiccan movement (Wicca).
The Theban alphabet (or sorcerer's alphabet) has 24 symbols and the encryption of a message consists of replacing the letters with a Theban symbol / glyph according to the correspondence table:
The Theban symbols are similar to runes (runic alphabet), with an upper part similar to n, m or v, followed by a vertical line towards a lower part.
The alphabet was used in Ozzy Osbourne's album: Diary of a Madman, in the anime Hellsing Ultimate, in the manga Black Butler or in the comic book Phonogram.
The first reference to this alphabet dates from 1518 in the book of Johannes Trithemius which attributes it to Honorius of Thebes.
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Theban Alphabet on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-02-08,