enochian alphabet

Enochian alphabet is a mysterious language that 16 th century occultists John Dee and Edward Kelley recorded in their private journals. They claimed this ‘celestial speech’ allowed magicians and occultists to communicate with angelic realms.

In the year 1581, occultists John Dee and Edward Kelley, claimed to have received communications from angels, who provided them with the foundations of a language with which to communicate with ‘the other side’. This ‘angelic’ language contained its own alphabet, grammar and syntax, which they wrote down in journals. The new language was called “Enochian” and comes from John Dee’s assertion that the Biblical Patriarch Enoch had been the last human to know the language.

Enochian alphabet history

The Enochian first appeared during the 16th century. The Court Astrologer and 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.

The Enochian alphabet

The Enochian script is written from right to left, and may include diacritical marks. Different documents have slightly different forms of the script. Some of the letter names are pronounced as they would be in English, but many are pronounced differently. The Enochian letters have English letter equivalents. A number of different fonts for the Enochian alphabet are available, which use the English letter equivalents to access the Enochian glyphs.

The Enochian letters are read from right to left, as written in John Dee’s diary.

The Enochian alphabet with letter forms, letter names, English equivalents, and pronunciation of the letter names:

English
equivalent
Letter
name
Pronunciation[18]
AUn/ɑ/, /ɑː/
BPa/b/
C / KVeh/k/, /s/
DGal/d/
EGraph/e/, /ɛ/
FOr/f/
G / JGed/dʒ/, /g/
HNa/h/
IGon/i/, /ɪ/, /j/
LUr/l/
MTal/m/
NDrux/n/
OMed/o/, /ɔ/
PMals/p/
QGer/kw/
RDon/ɹ ~ r/
SFam/s/, /z/
TGisg/t/
U / VVan/uː/, /ʊ/, /ju/, /v/, /w/
XPal/ks/
Y / WGon
(with point)
/j/, /i/, /ɪ/
ZCeph/z/

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