Malachim

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The Malachim Script, from Agrippa's 'Of Occult Philosophy' English 1651 edition

This article is about the Malachim alphabet. For the quasi-Chasidic dynasty, see Malachim (Chassidus).
You might also be looking for Malakh (plural Malakhim), a type of angel in Judaism.

Malachim was an alphabet published by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa in the 16th century. Other alphabets with a similar origin are Celestial Alphabet and Transitus Fluvii.

"Malachim" is a plural form from Hebrew (מלאך, mal'ach), and means "angels" or "messengers", see Angels in Judaism.

Alphabet[edit]

Malachim letter aleph.png Malachim letter beth.png Malachim letter gimel.png Malachim letter daleth.png Malachim letter he.png Malachim letter vau.png Malachim letter zain.png Malachim letter cheth.png
Aleph Beth Gimel Daleth He Vau Zain Cheth
Malachim letter theth.png Malachim letter yod.png Malachim letter kaph.png Malachim letter lamed.png Malachim letter mem.png Malachim letter nun.png Malachim letter tau.png Malachim letter shom.png
Teth or
Theth
Iod or
Yod
Caph or
Kaph
Lamed Mem Nun Tau Shin, Shim
or Shom
Malachim letter samech 1.png Malachim letter samech 2.png Malachim letter ayn.png Malachim letter pe.png Malachim letter tzaddi.png Malachim letter quph.png Malachim letter resh.png
Samech Samech Ain or
Ayn
Pe Tzaddi or
Zade
Kuff, Qoph
or Quph
Res or
Resh