I found this when walking on a park, i think that it was hanging on a tree and someone threw it away... So... Does anyone have idea of what lenguage is it? or better yet, what does it say?
I seen this the other day.
I've seen similar before.
Bored and stoned art students. Hipsters, mayne. Theys errywhere
I remember seeing a thread like this a year ago
>guy walking in park
>finds thin wood board hammered on a tree with strange symbols
Turns out there is a universal hieroglyphic language for homeless/ hobos since a large amount of them are illiterate (cant read or wright)
Just saying thats the most likely answer
the phi symbol looks greek, the rest not so much
If you mean Rovásírás, it does have some similarity but theres characters there that arent present in rovásírás
Satanism is a modern construction and doesnt have its own written alphabet, voodoo as an african/carribean tradition primarily uses french. As far as Im aware the Dahomey did not have a written language of this kind, and the haitians would have just been using a french derivative. Its decidedly not "voodoo"
That is not how sigil magick works.
It not hobo script either, it wouldnt be written out like that.
It looks a lot like a Phoenician or Aramaic or maybe Etruscan (Its definitely related to that family.), not older, because a proto-sinatic script would be more hieroglyphic and less abstracted.
The problem is it has symbols which arent present in any of those.
Coptic language? It's a derivate of Greek.
Some of them look like they're from the Amharic alphabet.
Let me help you out. I also speak the language, by the way.
coptic is missing too many symbols in that text.
you're still retarded
this is a really good guess but there's three symbols just on the first line that dont match up to that, even with a really liberal interpretation of the symbols.
Ot this fragment found in Nora, dated to 1100 bc.
Im not saying you're not right, you might be. Im just saying you're not helpful, and a cunt.
>looks like runes
You understand of course that there are many runic alphabets and that the term "runes" doesnt really help OP in any way? (also its not the runes youre thinking of anyway)
Nope, i don't think that it's "hobo" lenguage, i live in a small city and hobos are not common. If you compare the symbols to the images that appear when you search "Runic" in google images some symbols look alike, but i guess that as >>17314310 said, there must be many different Runic alphabets.
>judging from the look of the tablet, it looks like its made out of porcelain clay.(can be bought for about $10 in a crafts store)
>judging from the look of the red paint, it looks like a water color.
>judging from the black paint within the carvings (which look like they were carved before the clay dried) that looks like marker, or water color as well.
>considering the glyphs are painted as well, which isn't very common with old tablets, I would guess this is very recent.
>considering the use/repetition(or lack there of) of the glyphs, I'd guess this is either an extremely efficient language, or this is actually randomly placed to appear as a real language.
>the glyphs don't seem to match in character/traits of older scripts.
>the actual presentation is very amateur, and looks as though it's trying to appear old, although it looks very new.
>some symbols are similar to existing scripts, but as one anon stated, that can easily be researched in Google.
my opinion is it says absolutely nothing, and may have been just the creation of a person with time on their hands.
OP, you should supply more pictures, so we can come to a conclusion if this is actually interesting, or something you cooked up yourself.
>hanging on a tree and someone threw it away
Meaning, you picked up the pieces and placed them together...
Meaning you didn't even have the courtesy to remove the debris on top of the tablet...
Meaning, the two pieces have the other part of the cut off symbols...
Meaning, you staged this...
So tell us exactly why you didn't post this in say, /b/, /his/, or /int/? why is /x/ your go-to for languages? Are you trying so hard to make this seem mysterious as to make the assumption that this tablet doesn't say "please no use toilet behind tree" and you somehow were lucky enough to stumble onto a painted piece of rock that holds a mysterious meaning probably related to an ancient underground path to the Illuminati gold mine?
Explain yourself OP, or get the hell out of here.
>Nope, it was more like cast.
>It did look like a water color
>You're right with that too, i guess that it was a water painting.
>Definetly is recent, i found it in a children park, with lots of people.
>And could be again.
Sorry for the lack of proof, but i did only take like 2 pictures, maybe ima take a look and see if it's still there. Anyways, nice logic there Annon.
>The pieces were already together (the two big ones), i did only place the tiny one (the one in the top left corner)
>The other tiny pieces have nothing, i checked em.
Well, i just saw it and had curiosity, i mean, why would someone make a tablet with strage symbols on it?, and better yet, why placing it in the middle of a park?, between lots of trees, where people pass through all the time.
Also abit of wickan the symbol that looks like an arrow pointing up with a circle on the bottom that's a symbol for empowerment... Nvm its completely wiccan wich is a modern version of Celtic paganism
not "ancient celtic pagan" whatever the fuck that is
now Im hungry
wtf is "wiccan"?
Since OP has provided nothing further, and it looks like total bullshit Im siding with: