Occult Alphabets
The ancient writing system of the Norse people is one of the earliest alphabets known to man. It is devided into two sections, the Younger and Elder Futhark (which is most commonly used today):

Barddas Runes: First appeared in the Welsh druidic text The Barddas.
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Aiq Bkr Cipher: Invented by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim.
Angelic/Celestial: A script by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa.
Bobileth: Also known as Boibel-Loth: an ancient Celtic alphabet.
Coptic: A mixture of Greek and Egyptian.
Enochian: This script first appeared in Pantheus' Voarchadumia and claimed to be the alphabet of the angels. It was later recreated by the magician John Dee and his assistant Edward Kelly under the title Nu Isis Enochian.
Etruscan: Ancient Etruscan alphabet referred to as the "language of the witches."
Gothic: Invented in the 4th century AD by Bishop Wulfila as a mixture of Greek, Latin and Runic letters.
Illuminati Ciphers: Appeared in A History of Secret Societies by: Akron Daraul
Linear B: Derived from the earlier Linear B Alphabet: the earliest form of Greek.
Malachim: First appeared in Bartolozzi's Biblioteca Magna Rabbinica.
Ogham: Ancient Celtic alphabet associated with trees.
Magi Alphabet: A script by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim.
Passing of the River: A script that first appeared in Of Occult Philosophy III by: Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim.
Pictish Swirl: Ancient Pictish (Scottish) writing.
Royal Arch Cipher: The script appeared in the Freemasonry book Duncan's Masonic Ritual & Monitor by: Malcolm C. Duncan.
Theban: Also called the Witches Alphabet. It first appeared in the the Sworn Book of Honorios.
Pecti-Wita Runes: Created by a Pictish Wiccan group.

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