The Unity alphabet – Ongul

I disclose it as is hoping to share this new alphabet with others.

I invented totally (?) new form of alphabet that uses Hangul’s phonetic writing system one year ago by accident. At that time I was learning new keyboard layouts: Sebul final for Korean, Colemak for English. And one day I thought ‘Is it possible to create one alphabet for writing Korean and English?’ Hangul, Korean Alphabet, is considered the most advanced alphabet ever known to mankind. The Great King Sejong and scholars invented Hangul six hundred years ago to replace hard-to-learn Chinese alphabet.

However still the elite group of Korean prefer inefficient, stupid Chinese alphabet, which is clear sign of the stupidity of collective intelligence. Anyway I don’t want to talk about this here.

Anybody who knows how to write and read Hangul can learn Ongul less than few hours after memorizing new symbols.

The alphabet is directional independent, which means it can be written by bi-directional fashion. Theoretically text written continuous flow of words without moving back to the leftmost position, i.e. left-to-right directional language such as English and Korean, improves reading speed.
All character is symmetrical in nature to achieve the direction independence.

It’s extensible. I think Hangul provided a framework that how to record any speaking language simple and logical manner. It’s easy to add new symbols that represent new sounds for a target language. For example speaking English has couple unknown pronunciation to speaking Korean. It’s laughable to see how Korean or English linguistists try to represent other language in their mother language. Writing English words in Hangul might work but imperfect. The same applies to Korean.

I identified few fundamental properties of Number Theory in mathematics from Hangul. I’ll explain these later using diagrams and examples.

Hangul vs Ongul
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Relationship diagram of Ongul’s basic characters
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English words in Ongul
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