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The Roman Script

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The Letter P


Traditionally, the symbol of War and of Priesthood, it is She who stands guard. The Pregnant Goddess embodies not only the generative life, but also that attitude of the bearing Mother, who is armed and Mighty to defend and empowered to do All to direct the Future or the Outcome of the Battle.

Title Value Attribution Sex Weapon God/Goddess
The Mother  3 Sphere of Elements  Female   The Magical Circle and Triangle  Nephthys, Ameshet, Demeter, Gaia, Ceres


Note that P shares the value of 3 with soft C, a manifestation of the same in Lunar Form. See also, R the Birth which shows the I emanating from the womb of P; and H which when paired with P denotes the female counterpart to this Power: Ph and F which are equivalent in Sound & Value, for P + h = 3 + 7 = 10 = F which is equivalent to IT in Sound & Value.

P is a bilabial plosive, so that with every P that is articulated in a word a kiss is given, for making the sound ‘p’ requires joining the lips together. Observe also the plethora of young goddesses, nymphs and maidens in mythology that champion the letter: Pallas, Persephone, Pasiphae, Perse, Philia, Phoebe, Psyche, etc.


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