The alphabet of desire known as the Ravens of antimony can also be written, and spoken using its own syntax, and grammar. It’s language is primarily based off english and is primarily used by me The Wolf of antimony to obscure information from people I do not want to know it. It is also used as a magickal language in my rituals, and spells as something that can connect me more in my craft when I am partaking in it. This language is made up of the 36 sounds of the ravens of antimony alphabet of desire. These sounds are connected together along with the meanings of the sounds to form words. This means that you can take the ravens of antimony’s word for raven which is arskasa, and are able to split it down in its letters to gain its basic meaning. In the case of arskasa it would come down to AR – SKA – SA. AR meaning wise, SKA meaning life, and SA meaning dark, so the word for Raven technically comes out to in its base meaning wise life dark. Arskasa is a word that is also made up of a another word. This word being arska meaning animal. Also each letter is its own syllable and will be spoken as such. The Ravens of antimony language is written, and spoken in subject-verb-object sentence structure, just like English.

  • LUST (E) | [eh] as the “e” in “met.”
  • PASSION (U) | [oo] as the “oo” in “boot.”
  • DEVOTION (Æ)(A’) | [Ay] as the “ay” in “May”
  • PREJUDICE (TA) | [Tah]
  • ANGER (HA) | [Hah]
  • MISUNDERSTANDING (RA) | [Rah]
  • SKILL (A) | [Ah] as the “a” in “father.”
  • MIGHT (I) | [Ee] as the “ee” in “meet.”
  • ASCENDANCY (O) | [Oh] as the “o” in “boat.”
  • CHAOS (KA) | [Kah]
  • PANIC (ȜA) (Gha)| [Ghah]
  • HORROR (þA) (Tha) | [Thah]
  • DARK (SA) | [Sah]
  • CONNECTION (LA) | [Lah]
  • LIGHT (MA) | [Mah]
  • WISDOM (AR) | [Ar] as the “ar” in “car.”
  • KNOWLEDGE (JA) | [Jah]
  • LOGIC (NA) | [Nah]
  • BINDING (BA) | [Bah]
  • WARDING (GA) | [Gah]
  • PROTECTION (CA) | [Cah]
  • INSANITY (ZA) | [Zah]
  • ILLUSION (QA) | [Qah]
  • FANTASY (FA) | [Fah]
  • ENERGY (KNA) | [Knah]
  • LIFE (SKA) | [Skah]
  • HEALTH (SHA) | [Shah]
  • CORRUPTION (ACK) | [Ack]
  • DEATH (ABT) | [Abt]
  • BANISHMENT (ARD) | [Ard] as the “ard” in “card”
  • PAIN (PA) | [Pah]
  • EXPERIENCE (DA) | [Dah]
  • ENLIGHTENMENT (XA) | [Ksah]
  • UNKNOWN (YA) | [Yah]
  • RELEASE (VA) |  [Vah]
  • REBIRTH (WA) | [Wah]

The two configurations:

  • Projective, yang, masculine, Damakna = Dama
  • Resistant, yin, feminine, Dasakna = Dasa

The five states of the Ravens of antimony language:

  • Intention of hostility, aggression, and power = Uknaoxava
  • Intention of love, calm, and emotions = Shaknaoxava
  • Intention of logic, good communication, and inspiration = Naknaoxava
  • Intention of groundedness, sternness, and nurturing = Daknaoxava
  • Intention of great spiritual understanding, religious zeal, and divine unity = Skaknaoxava

modifying words:

  • plural  = “Ona” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • used like the -ing  = “Vada” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • possession (’s) =  “Iba” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • Past tense = “Jaskadala” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • Present tense = “Daskadala” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • Future tense = “Yaskadala” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • prefix of er = “Owa” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • prefix of est = “Oxa” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • prefix that increases the power and energy of the word it is connected to used like the word “very” = “Aiokna” as its own separate word after the word it is modifying
  • weakening of meaning, and sort of representing = “Acki”
  • Indicates a question = “Oya”
  • to release the energy of the sentence = “Ovakna”
  • word that modifies the word before to make it a number = “Onakna”
  • modifying word that changes nouns to the opposite = “Opawa”
  • modifying word that changes nouns to the cute form =“Oshasha”
  • modifying word that changes nouns to adjective or adverb form = “Oqaja”
  • word that releases energy at the end of a statements = Oxajava

Honorifics:

  • Lord, boss, Authority = Omabala
  • worker, peasant, underling = Osabala
  • Master, teacher = Vaarla
  • God, enlightened Being, ascended master = Yamasala
  • Student = Xajala
  • Non-binary sir = Dalala

Noun:

  1. Genesis = Oxakna
  2. Theós = Damakna
  3. Theá = Dasakna
  4. Ouranios Ethos = Madaqa
  5. Agora Ethos = Ladaqa
  6. Chthonic Ethos = Sadaqa
  7. Andros = Uknayamasa
  8. Sophizo = Shaknayamasa
  9. Iaomai = Naknayamasa
  10. Pharmakeia = Daknayamasa
  11. Apotheosis = Xaoxa
  12. Philosophia = Najaar
  13. Eudaimonia = Umao
  14. Philotimon = A’jau
  15. Isoropia = Laarda
  16. Sophrosyne = Tau
  17. Eleutheria = Vadaska
  18. Humility = Davaabt
  19. Agapi = Xa’ua’
  20. Stoicism = Abtgha
  21. “Name for the dot that makes space in between words.” = Arlaar
  22. “Name for colon that acts as a period at the end of a sentence.” = Laabt
  23. “Name for question mark.” = Layaja
  24. “Name for exclamation mark.” = Laola
  25. Force field, and protective energy = Cakna
  26. Ravens of antimony aspects = Okna
  27. Ravens of antimony  Sub aspects = Akna
  28. Antimony = Xadakna
  29. Sun = Ouknadakna
  30. Moon = Oshaknadakna
  31. Name = Skadaja
  32. Help = Wadama
  33. Abundance = Maoo
  34. Alligator = Arskasasa
  35. Ant = Arskakapa
  36. Dear = Arskaiu
  37. Badger = Arskaha
  38. Bee = Arskaa
  39. Camel = Arskahama
  40. Cat = Arskaga
  41. Cheetah = Arskahaa
  42. Chicken = Arskabaskaka
  43. Cow = Arskaba
  44. Crocodile = Arskamama
  45. Deer = Arskaa’
  46. Dog = Arskau
  47. Dolphin = Arskaosha
  48. Duck = Arskavasha
  49. Eagle = Arskavava
  50. Elephant = Arskaua’
  51. Fly = Arskaabt
  52. Fox = Arskaaka
  53. Frog = Arskaza
  54. Giraffe = Arskao
  55. Goat = Arskabada
  56. Goldfish = Arskabasha
  57. Hamster = Arska
  58. Hippopotamus = Arskauu
  59. Horse = Arskababaska
  60. Human = Arskapadaxa
  61. kangaroo = Arskakaka
  62. Lion = Arskauma
  63. Lobster = Arskashaca
  64. Monkey = Arskapadaxaqa
  65. Octopus = Arskana
  66. Owl = Arskaar
  67. Panda = Arskara
  68. Pig = Arskabaska
  69. Rabbit = Arskae
  70. Rat = Arskanana
  71. Raven = Arskasa
  72. Scorpion = Arskakapaha
  73. Seal = Arskaskasha
  74. Shark =  Arskashai
  75. Sheep = Arskaska
  76. Snail = Arskaca
  77. Snake = Arskagha
  78. Spider = Arskatha
  79. Squirrel = Arska
  80. Siger =  Arskai
  81. Turtle = Arskacaca
  82. Wolf = Arskama
  83. Zebra =  Arskasalama
  84. Yes = Mava
  85. No = Sava
  86. Hello = Labadaska
  87. Goodbye = Dava
  88. Good morning = Tamama
  89. Good afternoon = Tamala
  90. Good evening = Tamasa
  91. Welcome = Mabava
  92. Good = Tama
  93. Evil = Tasa
  94. Time = Qadanakna
  95. Magick = Knaxaja
  96. Magic = Faknaxaja
  97. Language = Laja
  98. Person = Arskaxa
  99. Animal = Arska
  100. Raven = Arskasa
  101. Sigil = Laqa
  102. Text = Laqalaja
  103. Book = Jalaqalaja
  104. Box = Skaqaba
  105. Lesson = Java
  106. Element = Ushanadaskakna
  107. Fire = Ukna
  108. Water = Shakna
  109. Air = Nakna
  110. Earth = Dakna
  111. Spirit = Skakna
  112. Space = Skaknaya
  113. Void =  Skaknayaack
  114. Symbol = Daknalaqa
  115. Mind = Skaskaarkna
  116. Body = Skaskadakna
  117. Individual = Skaska
  118. Door = Daknaga
  119. Doors = Daknagao
  120. Building = Daknabagaca
  121. Reincarnation = Abtwa
  122. Action = Vada
  123. Terrestrial body = Odakna
  124. Planet = Odakna
  125. Number = Nakna
  126. Library = Jalaqalajadaknabagaca
  127. Sense = lada
  128. Past = Jaskada
  129. Present, Now, Here = Daskada
  130. Future = Yaskada
  131. Abomination = Sakaackyatha
  132. Place = Daskada
  133. Like = Mala
  134. Secret = Naya
  135. Next = Wava
  136. Want = Ba’
  137. Information = Naja
  138. Release = Va
  139. Focus = Taa’
  140. God = Masa
  141. Goddess = Sama
  142. Deity = Yamasa
  143. Northwest = Xaa’skaknaya
  144. North = Xaskaknaya
  145. Northeast  Xaoskaknaya
  146. East = Oskaknaya
  147. Southeast = Yaoskaknaya
  148. South = Yaskaknaya
  149. Southwest  = Yaa’skaknaya
  150. West = A’skaknaya
  151. Day = mama
  152. Night = Sasa
  153. Sunday =  Skamama
  154. Monday = Knamama
  155. Tuesday = Imama
  156. Wednesday = Namama
  157. Thursday = Omama
  158. Friday = Umama
  159. Saturday = Amama
  160. Spring = Shaqadanakna
  161. Summer = Skaqadanakna
  162. Autumn = Ardqadanakna
  163. Winter = Abtqadanakna
  164. January, January moon = Wasaodakna
  165. February, February moon = Usaodakna
  166. March, March  moon = Knasaodakna
  167. April, April moon = Shasaodakna
  168. May, May moon = Skasaodakna
  169. June, June moon = Dasaodakna
  170. July, July moon = Vasaodakna
  171. August, August moon = Isaodakna
  172. September, September moon = Arsaodakna
  173. October, October moon = Thasaodakna
  174. November, November moon = Ardsaodakna
  175. December, December moon = Abtsaodakna
  176. Month = Saodakna
  177. Lust = E
  178. Passion = U
  179. Devotion = A’
  180. Prejudice =Ta
  181. Anger = Ha
  182. Skill = A
  183. Might = I
  184. Ascendancy = O
  185. Chaos = Ka
  186. Panic = Gha
  187. Horror = Tha
  188. Dark, Darkness = Sa
  189. Connection = La
  190. Light = Ma
  191. Wisdom = Ar
  192. Knowledge = Ja
  193. Logic = Na
  194. Binding = Ba
  195. Protection = Ca
  196. Insanity = Za
  197. Illusion = Qa
  198. Fantasy = Fa
  199. energy = Kna
  200. Life = Ska
  201. Spiritual life =  Padaxa
  202. Health = Sha
  203. Corruption = Ack
  204. Death = Abt
  205. Spiritual death = Yavawa
  206. Banishment = Ard
  207. Pain = Pa
  208. Experience = Da
  209. Enlightenment = Xa
  210. Unknown = Ya
  211. Rebirth = wa
  212. Love = Eua’
  213. Hate = Tahara
  214. Power = Aio
  215. Fear = Kaghatha
  216. Spirituality = Salama
  217. Reason = Arjana
  218. Safety = Bagaca
  219. Delusion = Zaqafa
  220. Creation = Knaskasha
  221. Destruction = Ackabtard
  222. Magick = Knaxaja
  223. Magic = Faknaxaja
  224. Luck = Yama
  225. Toilet = Ackshakna
  226. Abyss = Saoo
  227. Male = Damaska
  228. Female = Dasaska
  229. Nonbinary = Dalaska
  230. Help = Wadama
  231. great spiritual awe and a connection to all things past present and future = Dasalamaxa
  232. Maybe = Mavalasava
  233. Aman, showing of great honor and reverence, at the end of communication, thanks and respect for = skaar
  234. You’re welcome =  Vawadama
  235. Good morning = Malabadaska
  236. Good afternoon = Lalabadaska
  237. Good evening = Salabadaska
  238. Goodnight = Sasalabadaska
  239. Excuse me = Vaskada

Verb:

  • Bind = Ba
  • Ward = Ga
  • Hate = Tahara
  • Fear = Kaghatha
  • Love = Eua’
  • Experience = Da
  • Pain = Pa
  • Panic = gha
  • Anger = Ha
  • Misunderstand = Ra
  • Lust = E
  • Focus = Taa’
  • Come = Bavadaskada
  • Luck = Yama
  • Help = Wadama
  • Name = Skadaja
  • Thank, Thank you, You’re welcome = Vawadama
  • Get = Baba
  • Give = Vaba
  • Go = Vadaskada
  • Understand = Mara
  • Keep = Labaca
  • Let, Allow = A’da
  • Make = Naknaskasha
  • Put = A’ba
  • Seem = Tana
  • Take = Bava
  • Speak = Vakna
  • Be, Is, Are, Am, Are = Dada
  • Do, Does = Tada
  • Have, Has = Laba
  • Say = Naqada
  • See = Qada
  • Send = Lavava
  • May = A’ii
  • Will = Ida
  • Experience = Da
  • Time = Qadanakna
  • Welcome = Mabava
  • Power = Aio
  • Sense = Lada
  • Number = Nakna
  • Build = Daknabagaca
  • Can = Mava
  • listen = Arknalada
  • Open = Vaca
  • share = Vadalada
  • Learn = Xaja
  • Mean = Knaja
  • Like = Mala
  • Want = Bae
  • Release = Va
  • Hold = Bada
  • Teach = Vaar
  • shine, shines, emanate, emit, summon, illuminate = Mavava
  • Activate, start = Navama
  • Deactivate, stop = Navasa

Adjective, and Adverb:

  • On = Xama
  • Off = Xasa
  • Under = Vasa
  • Up, Above = Mao
  • Center, Middle = Lao
  • Down, Below = Sao
  • Not = Sara
  • First = Taa’
  • Afraid = ghada
  • Good = Tama
  • Evil, Bad = Tasa
  • Individual = Skaska
  • Sorry = Wama
  • Open = Vaca
  • Mean = Knaja
  • Safe = Bagaca
  • Past = Jaskada
  • Present = Daskada
  • Future = Yaskada
  • Secret = Naya
  • Next = Wava
  • Unknown = Ya
  • Old = Saqadanakna
  • New = Maqadanakna
  • Trick = Aqa
  • Over = Vama
  • Through = Vala
  • Not = Sara
  • Then = Dayao
  • Please = Mau
  • Next = Wava
  • wild = Uknaza

Conjunction:

  • And = Lala
  • Or = Fafa
  • nor = Thatha
  • For = Vava
  • But = Ghagha

Preposition:

  • About = Jaa’
  • Across = Dalada
  • After = Daa’
  • Against = Sahama
  • Among = Badaskada
  • At = Ladaskada
  • Before = A’da
  • Between = Saa’ma
  • By = Daba
  • Up = Mao
  • Down = Sao
  • From = Bada
  • In = Knaca
  • Out = Knacava
  • Off = Xasa
  • On = Xama
  • Over = Vama
  • Through = Vala
  • Under = Vasa
  • To = Lava
  • With = Bala
  • As = Lada
  • For = Vava
  • Of = Labada
  • Above = Dao
  • Like = Mala
  • Next = Wava

Pronoun:

Subject Pronoun/ Object Pronoun:

  • I, Me = Skada
  • You = Daska
  • It, That, This = Daya
  • Nonbinary pronoun/ Object pronouns = Dala
  • We, Us = Skada Ona
  • They, Them = Daska Ona
  • These, Those = Daya Ona

Reflexive or Intensive Pronouns “repeating word”:

  • Myself = Skadaskada
  • Yourself = Daskadaska
  • Itself = DayaDaya
  • Nonbinary pronoun reflexive pronouns = Daladala
  • Ourselves = Skadaskada Ona
  • Yourselves = Daskadaska Ona
  • Themselves = Dayadaya Ona

Possessive Pronouns = “iba”:

  • My, Mine = Skada Iba
  • Your, yours = Daska Iba
  • Nonbinary pronoun Possessive pronouns = Dala Iba
  • Its = Daya Iba
  • Our, ours = Skada Ona Iba
  • Their, Theirs = Daska Ona Iba

Not sure:

  • Where = Yadaskada
  • When = Yadaskada
  • Why = Yaya
  • What = Yaja
  • Who = Yadaya
  • How =  Knacayaja
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