The name of Alonzo Fyfe‘s blog makes for a very natural Chinese anagram.
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It seems to me that if you allow for taking letters apart & rearranging their elemental parts…
Then anything is possible.
Whenever you evoke magick,
You have to allow limits on it.
The constraint I generally work with is that you can put letters together but you can’t take them apart. That is, you can put two glyphs together to make a letter (the “e” in “atheist”), but each of those glyphs must itself be a letter (the “i” and “c” in “ethicist”), not an arbitrary fragment.
I did the same thing in the Divine/Dante anagram, where the “t” in “Dante” is made up of the two “i”s from “Divine.”
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