Tag Archives: Lugano

Lepontic grammatomancy in verse

I mentioned in a post last year that I had been thinking about using the letters of the alphabet of Lugano—the oldest alphabet known to have been used for a Celtic language*—for divinatory purposes. That post on Lepontic grammatomancy† is … Continue reading

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Lepontic grammatomancy

In a previous post, I alluded to a slightly loopy idea that had gotten into my head to use the limited number of letters present in the Lepontic alphabet for divination on analogy with the Germanic runes. Runes probably derive … Continue reading

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May!

I thought I had set WordPress to nag me when I hadn’t posted a blog entry in a week. I guess that after I wasn’t posting during my European trip, WordPress gave me up as a lost cause (sad!). Anyway, … Continue reading

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A return to Gaul

Over the years, I’ve been developing a way of travelling that’s a kind of hybrid between pilgrimage and vacation. I go nice places and do things that appeal to me, but there is usually an religious slant to both the … Continue reading

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