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Also known as the Alphabet of Honorius, the Witches' Alphabet, etc. It is referred to the Latin alphabet and written left to right (the last character, referred to the Greek Omega, is not generally used as a letter, rather as a period orseparator). This script was popularised by Agrippa's De Occulta Philosophia (it appears in lib. III cap. XXIX, De characteribus et sigillis spritiuum), although it may have appeared in earlier works such as the Polygraphia of Trithemius. The alphabet is traditionally ascribed to one 'Honorius... More >>>
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Also known as the Alphabet of Honorius, the Witches' Alphabet, etc. It is referred to the Latin alphabet and written left to right (the last character, referred to the Greek Omega, is not generally used as a letter, rather as a period or

separator). This script was popularised by Agrippa's De Occulta Philosophia (it appears in lib. III cap. XXIX, De characteribus et sigillis spritiuum), although it may have appeared in earlier works such as the Polygraphia of Trithemius. The alphabet is traditionally ascribed to one 'Honorius the Theban', probably the author of the Liber Juratus (the Sworn Book of Honorius), a medieval work on magic, although as far as I am aware this script does not appear in that work.