In the last decade of the 19th century, Swiss medium Hélène Smith had become famous for her automatic writing, which she claimed were communications from Mars in the Martian language. Most interesting is her Martian alphabet, which she used in a consistent manner throughout the period, whilst in a trance state.
The Martian writings use a simple alphabetic cypher. The information here is taken from psychologist Théodore Flournoy’s study of Mlle Smith’s case, Des Indes à la Planète Mars, 1900. The font used here is a regularized form of the original alphabet. Note how the number of letters is less than that of Mlle Smith’s native French.
These are based on examples given in Flournoy’s book. They spell out phrases of Martian language.
1 Ramie ponde acami andelir teri antech iri e vi ana. riz vi bana mirav ti Ramie ni Astane. evai divinee. 2 men mess astane c ames e vi i techli tes alize neumi assile ka ianine ezi atev ni le tazie e vi mediee ezine rabris ni ti 3 astane baunie ze buzi ti di trine nami ni ti di umeze seimire bi tarvini.
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