At 1999-10-22 16:28, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
>7. OYP TEAA PEDOKE (OH-EE-PAY TAY-AH-AH PAY-DOH-KAY) VY PRYAZ OMOAS
>DE HUBAR, E VYN ONK DS KHYS DE YALPOOR KIKLE."
>Pardon me if that doesn't look like uppercase Latin.
>And when you go
>look at the tables for the Enochian *letters* for this stuff, they
>are just mapped directly onto "English" letters, except that there
>is only one symbol for English C/K, only one symbol for English I/J/Y
>and one symbol for English U/V/W.
That's a transliteration table.
>Sounds like a cipher to me. --
Fascinating. Does Arabic sound like a cipher to you? From
<http://www.muslimnet.net/ALSSAFFI(61).htm> (and every other chapter):
# Bismi Allahi alrrahmani alrraheemi
Pardon me if that doesn't look like Latin...
>Oh, and by the way, if you Unicoders think your managers will give you
>h-e-double-hockeysticks for wasting your time going to meetings to
>discuss Klingon -- wait till they find out what you are dabbling in
That's why there's the ConScript registry. Maybe one day I'll do the
necessary research to put together a ConScript proposal for Enochian: in
the mean time, I'd simply like to establish the credibility of such an
-- Ashley Yakeley, Seattle WA
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