reply to post by NerdGoddess
It seems my post was overlooked originally, though it did receive several stars. So, here it is again for you, and everyone else on this thread, hope
that it helps.
Here is the common Neopagan word-cipher used by Buckland, Crowley, Raven Digitalis, Konstantinos, and all of those other hip new age pagans, witches,
Wicca, and magicians:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
A B C D E F G H I
J K L M N O P Q R
S T U V W X Y Z
Applying your 13 digit code to the cipher we have these possibilities:
4 6 3 8 4 5 1 9 2 7 3 6 4
D F C H D E A I B G C F D
M O L Q M N J R K P L O M
V X U Z V W S T Y U X V
All I immediately noticed was 4519 spells out "dear" pretty clearly. The rest is all scrambled nonsense to me. Admittedly, that is the point of the
cipher though. Obviously since the 4 is all consonants, the 6 has to be an "O," but beyond that, your guess is as good as mine.
Second... the runes/symbols. I had to do some serious digging to put much of this together.
Decimal, stop, etc (•)
and, a, plus (+)
I substituted an A for the plus sign (you'll see why in a moment). Doing so, you get— FLENA•SAHDTS —Normally in magickal spells all vowels are
dropped from the phrase. So, the "E," "A," and "A," should not be present in this cipher if it were meant to be a magickal spell of some kind.
Assuming it is not a spell, the next step was to reverse it. When you reverse it you get— STDHAS•ANELF —split up the phrase with possible word
breaks and we end up with— STD HAS • AN ELF —which admittedly makes little to no sense, but, may be the true meaning of the coded script.
~ Wandering Scribe