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How would you write a request to an Archangel?

The Book of Magickal Alphabets.

Anyone who has studied the magickal arts will be familiar with some or all of the Alphabets or Scripts contained in the book. Probably the most commonly used Magickal Script is the Theban Script of which you will learn more of later. Working on many Scripts requires added care and concentration, which means added Magickal force to your rituals and invocations, but the same also, applies to the spoken word. Ancient religions made their prayers (or invocations) in other languages than the one they used for daily life, because it means that the orator needs to think carefully, and this mental concentration adds force, to their prayers or invocations. But sometimes, when we want to pray quietly, a written invocation is better. At other times we feel the need of words, for words have power.

This may sound a silly question you would write it in English or your home language wouldn’t you? Yes this is possible however you should use a language that the Archangel will understand, that does make sense doesn’t it.

There are number known (and unknown) magical scripts that you could use. A trawl on the internet will reveal many of those known scripts. The most common scripts are:

The Theban Script
The origin of the Theban Script is not known, but it has been attributed to Horius of Thebes. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) on the other hand attributed it to Pietro d'Abano (1250-1316). Commonly called the Honorian Alphabet. In recent times it has also be called the Witches' Alphabet due to its acopt of practitioners of the craft who have used it not only in magical ceremonies but also to hide their magical writings such as the contents of a Book of Shadows from prying eyes.

Theban Script - How would you write a request to an Archangel?

Angelic / Celestial Script
The Angelic alphabet, which is also known as the Celestial alphabet, is derived from the Hebrew and Greek alphabets., and reputed to be have been created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century and was used for communication with Angels.

Celestial Script - How would you write a request to an Archangel?

Alphabet of the Magi
The Alphabet of the Magi was invented by Paracelsus (Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim) in the 16th century. Its use was the construction of Angelic Talismans. It is probable that the alphabet was influenced by Paracelsus magical activities and may also be a mixture of various other magical alphabets to which he may have been familiar with.

Alphabet of the Magi - How would you write a request to an Archangel?

The Enochian Alphabet
The Enochian Alphabet was received by the Magician, Dr. John Dee (1527-1608) and his associate, Sir Edward Kelly (1555-1597) claimed that the alphabet and the Enochian language was transmitted to them by angels.
The alphabet is used in the practice of Enochian Magic on Enochian Calls or Keys, which are used to call angels.

The Enocian Script - How would you write a request to an Archangel?

Others scripts or alphabets in common use within magical practices are:

Coptic Script
Daggers Script
Malachim Script
Passing the Rivers
Appollian Alphabet
Old Hebrew

The above may be downloaded from this site.

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