From: John Hudson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Nov 10 2003 - 20:27:56 EST
At 04:32 PM 11/10/2003, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
>And because there is consensus
>in both committees that encoding of the potentially very
>large number of arbitrary ciphers of Latin letters (and
>other scripts as well) is *not* appropriate for Unicode.
Attempting to fix an approximate number to the arbitrary ciphers that might
be encountered in occult texts, I've consulted Gettings' _Dictionary of
Occult, Hermetic and Alchemical Sigils_, which records about 50 Western
'secret scripts' all of which appear to be ciphers of common scripts
(Latin, Hebrew or Greek).
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