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Calpols Code

Updated on January 18, 2012

Well I finally reached my goal, I always wanted to create a language that was unique and easy to use. Today I have done it after long hours of researching old languages and dead languages I have finally done it. When people learn languages they struggle sometimes with the pronunciation of words, so during my research I decided my language was not going to be a spoken one but rather just a written and readable one so that everyone can learn it.

Hub pages for me has taught me that you need to brave and try new things, so I have put together this code in the hope that many of you will be able to use it not just for emails etc.. But even just as a bit of fun for a family or something to do on a rainy day when you cant get out of the house..

The code is a collection of unique symbols that I have created, each one simple to draw and easy to use when forming words, I know many people will think "Why bother creating a code?" well its very simple sometimes when we write love letters, texts or emails or keep a diary we like to have that secure feeling but if say for example the letter of email etc fell in to the wrong hands then they will see what you have written. By using a simple code like the one I have created you will have that secure feeling when writing personal letters etc, so that if it does fall into the wrong hands they will never be able to decipher what you have wrote.

The pictures below show a full alphabet and the symbol for each letter so that you can create a word and even a full sentence by using the symbols in place of letters.

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The quickest way to learn the code will be to copy the vowels, because these are more commonly used and in time will become a second nature to you. Looking at the picture they are very easy to draw for example

A - is basically a capital P standing ontop of an upside down V

E - is a T with an extra line through it.

I - is a Z with a line through the centre of it.

O - is simply a triangle.

U - is the easiest as it is an H leaning to the side.

These vowels are very simple to learn and the more you use them the easy they will become to remember.


Forming simple words with the code is very easy as you will notice all you need to do is replace each letter of each word with the relevant symbol, as you can see that I have done this with the three words on the photograph "HELLO, GOOD & BYE " but you will find as you use the code more like I do it will become as natural to you as your spoken language, and become more or less second nature to you and you will be translating everything.

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I hope that you enjoy learning and using my code, since I developed it I find myself using it more and more often as a means of brain training to keep the brain active.

Please do let me know how you find using my code and thank you for reading.


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      7 years ago

      Good deal!

    • calpol25 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Once I have compiled a few more symbols and a structure for sentences will make another hub, then will take it from there :)

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      7 years ago

      Interesting! I would definitely love to see more!

    • calpol25 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Yes I have some more information on it, I designed the code as I always wanted to create a language. I am using it for a story I am writing as my characters the "guardians" in my story use the symbols like hieroglyphics. I am working further on this language as I want to create some more symbols to refer to nouns, pronouns etc.

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      7 years ago

      This seems to be interesting! Do you have more information?

    • calpol25 profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner)

      Thanks for commenting Michele :)

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      Michele Travis 

      7 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Thanks, but I would have to keep it in my pocket to remember it, I don't have a good memory.


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