Re: wiccan alphabet&prononce By: AwakeTooLong Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 21, 2011
Post # 2
Theban, also known as Witches' Runes, is a script of debatable origin. It does not have a pronunciation of its own, so far as I know, and is more of a cipher than a true language - a code, allowing one to conceal what the writing really means.
Its structure indicates it may be rooted in Latin, if I remember correctly, but it has been adapted to English as you will see throughout various online resources.
Re: wiccan alphabet&prononce By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Nov 10, 2011
Post # 6
Wicca is a religion, not a language. There is no way to write it or speak it.
Are you perhaps talking about some of the magical alphabets that some Wiccans use to write in their Book of Shadows. Theban is one of those and is used sometimes so that others can't read what the Witch puts in their BOS. But while Theban is a set of letters that are equivalent to the English alphabet, even it isn't a language and cannot be spoken.