Buried Treasure

I found a cache of early Pseudoglyph treasures. Some things have changed a lot but are still beautiful. The meanings have changed or been lost but the work is still worth showing

Maps

Here is where they speak ‘Umu. I’ve not named anything and I’ve lost the original file. It’s now a relic of the past.

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the planet

the map

Early Unsimplified Glyphs

Looking back it’s really amazing how things evolve. The current version looks boring by comparison.

the shift


proverb


pen syllabary


mo bhrón ar an nhfarraige


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fast


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fm5


basic prepositions


ž     č&c     s     h/r/l     v     m     dh     t&d     n
j     k&g     p/b     'a 'i 'ö 'u


mosquito storm

banana shorthand


powhiri


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good morning short


under construction


the known planets


'umu đine
‘umu đine

a child fell in the street


Untitled Image 2


sa mu ra jö
sa mu ra jö

stone glyphs


'umu

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