Celestial Alphabet

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The Celestial alphabet is an alphabet created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa, more commonly known as the Angelic Script, in the 16th Century. It is not to be confused with John Dee and Edward Kelley's Enochian alphabet, which is also sometimes called the Celestial alphabet. Other alphabets with a similar origin are Transitus Fluvii and Malachim.

The Celestial Alphabet described in Agrippa's 'Of Occult Philosophy'

It was used as a system of writing in the 2010 video game, Nier. The manga Beelzebub contains an army of demons named after the letters of the alphabet.

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