
Phoenician writing is a source not only Greek both Latin alphabets, and
derivative alphabetic systems of Slavic and WestEuropean languages. But also
Phoenician writing is a basis of alphabetic systems in ancient Jewish and
Aramaic languages which form foundation of contemporary Hebrew.
It is possible to tell that Phoenician writing is a prototype of all alphabets
of mankind, or otherwise to tell is display of general and universal alphabetic
system of uniform language which existed before division of nations. And in
essence it is possible to tell that 22 symbols of Phoenician writing correspond
to numbers of duodecimal scale of mathematical notation which form universal
circular matrix according to which sounds of speech form alphabets of different
languages of human civilization.
Hence, it is possible to correlate letters of derivative alphabets to symbols of
Phoenician writing, and as a result it is possible to see geometrical ratios
according to which alphabetic characters of different languages are connected
with numerical axes and circles of universal circular matrix.
But it is necessary to consider that phonetic values of symbols in Phoenician
writing are unknown, and graphical characters partially differ from derivative
alphabetic systems, and also names or denominations of letters not always are
identical. But however it is possible to compare letters of derivative alphabets
to symbols of Phoenician writing, and as a result it is possible to see ratios
with numbers of duodecimal system of mathematical notation which was a basis of
mathematics and numerology of ancient civilizations.
For example, letters of contemporary Hebrew alphabet correspond with numerical
axes and circles of circular matrix as shown in charts.
Contemporary Hebrew is derivatives from ancient Aramaic and Jewish languages,
and also has quantity of letters equal to number of symbols in Phoenician
writing, and consequently it is taken as an example, but also it is possible to
consider ratios of any other alphabets with the shown circular matrix.

Dark font shows names of letters in contemporary Hebrew alphabet, and red font
specifies phonetic values.
Names of similar letters of Phoenician writing look on the chart on previous page.
Letters alef and ayin in Hebrew designate vowel sounds, and consequently do not
possess phonetic values, namely soundings of these alphabetic symbols are absent
during pronunciation of words.
Letters yord and he are consonants, but can designate vowel sounds.
Letters tet and tav have identical sound values.
Letters bet and vav too are conformable.
Letters het, qoth, kaf, he are conformable and form in structure of circular
matrix one geometrical figure which is symmetric concerning eighth numerical
axis, that is shown by yellow color on the right chart.
Letters zayin, tsadi, shin, samekh too are conformable and form geometrical
figure which is symmetric concerning seventh numerical axis, that is shown by
green color on the right chart.
If to change places of letters yord and tet then there is one more symmetric
figure in which vowel letters alef, ayin, yord, he are incorporated.
The shown geometrical figures, which are symmetric concerning seventh and eighth
numerical axes, testify spatial ratios of letters, and also phonetic laws which
organize order of letters within universal circular matrix of human speech
sounds and uniform language which existed before division of human civilization
into separate nations.
These spatial ratios and phonetic laws are very interesting, as they allow to
see not only core of metalinguistic rules, which are included in alphabets and
languages of mankind, but also allow to understand mystical senses and numerical
proportions according to which letters and sounds of speech are connected with
numbers of duodecimal scale of mathematical notation, and in essence are
connected with esoteric principles of ancient duodecimal numerology.
Look detail information on mystical senses and numerical proportions, and
also on geometrical figures and spatial ratios of letters on following pages in
this section of website.
Except for Hebrew and Aramaic alphabets from Phoenician writing there is origin
of Greek alphabetic system which is a basis of Cyrillic characters. Therefore
letters of the Slavic alphabet of Cyril and Methodius too form spatial ratios
with symbols of Phoenician writing, that is shown on the following chart.
Names or denominations of Phoenician and Cyrillic
alphabetic symbols are designated by dark font, and red font specifies
letters of contemporary Russian alphabet. Slavic letters are compared to Phoenician alphabetic symbols according to numerical values, and consequently order of characters differs from sequence in the alphabet. For example, letter ÔÈÒÀ means number 9 but has serial number 42 in the alphabet, and consequently this character compared to the ninth numerical axis between ÈÆÅÈ and ÈÆÅ. Numerical values of Cyrillic letters are shown by blue digits which correspond to numbers of decimal system of mathematical notation. Dark digits correspond with axes of circular matrix and correspond to numbers of duodecimal notation, or otherwise to tell numerical values of letters in the context of duodecimal numerology. Look information on sequence of letters in the Cyrillic or Slavic alphabet on pages of this website in other section which has the name: metalinguistics. 

Alef  ÀÇ  À.
The letter ÁÎÓÊÈ has no numerical value in the Cyrillic alphabet and
consequently does not correspond with Phoenician characters in the shown circular matrix.
Bet  ÂÅÄÈ  Â.
Gimel  ÃËÀÃÎËÈ  Ã.
Dalet  ÄÎÁÐÎ  Ä.
He  ÅÑÒÜ  Å.
The letter ÆÈÂÈÒÅ has no numerical value in the Cyrillic alphabet and
consequently does not correspond with Phoenician writing.
Vav  ÇÅËÎ. This letter has no similarity in contemporary Russian alphabet.
Zayin  ÇÅÌËß  Ç.
Het  ÈÆÅÈ  È.
Thet  ÔÈÒÀ  no similarity in contemporary Russian alphabet.
Yord  ÈÆÅ  É.
Kaf  ÊÀÊÎ  Ê.
Lamed  ËÞÄÈ  Ë.
Mem  ÌÛÑËÈÒÅ  Ì.
Nun  ÍÀØ  Í.
Samekh  ÊÑÈ  no similarity in contemporary Russian alphabet.
Ayin  ÎÍ  Î.
Pe  ÏÎÊÎÉ  Ï.
Parities of other letters of Cyrillic alphabet with symbols of Phoenician
writing are obvious according to ratio of Greek and Phoenician characters, that
is shown on the following chart.
Dark font shows names of Phoenician and Greek letters.
And also dark font specifies graphical symbols of Greek letters. Parities of the Greek and Phoenician letters the following: alefalpha, betbeta, gimelgamma, daletdelta, heepsilon, vavdigamma, zayinzeta, heteta, thettheta, yordiota, kafkappa, lamedlambda, memmu, nunnu, samekhxi, ayinomicron, pepi, qophqoppa, reshrho, shinsigma, tavtau. Four letters of Cyrillic alphabet are separately shown. Blue digits show numerical values of Cyrillic letters in the context of decimal system of mathematical notation and decimal numerology. 
Phoenician letter tsadi (san) can be compared with Greek sampi and Cyrillic
ÖÈ which have numerical value 900. And accordingly it is possible to consider
similarity with letter Ö of contemporary Russian alphabet.
Greek qoppa and Phoenician qoph  ×ÅÐÂÜ  ×.
Greek rho  Phoenician resh  ÐÖÛ  Ð.
Greek sigma  Phoenician shin  ÑËÎÂÎ  Ñ.
Also there can be similarity with letter Ø which is conformable for Ñ.
Greek tau  Phoenician tav  ÒÂÅÐÄÎ  Ò.
According to the shown charts it is possible to see that sequences of letters in
derivative alphabets have inexact correlations with order of initial alphabetic
symbols of Phoenician writing, but however it is possible to see general
phonetic laws and geometrical ratios. And in essence it is possible to assume
that there should be uniform circular matrix according to which letters and
sounds of speech form universal alphabet of human civilization, and also
according to which alphabetic characters of human languages correspond with
numbers of duodecimal numerology.
Following page compares letters of Latin alphabet with Greek and Phoenician alphabetic symbols, and also with circular matrix which allows to calculate numerical values in the context of duodecimal numerology.
Or in this part of website look information about systems of WestEuropean languages and mystical senses of human names, spatial interrelations of philosophical categories and chronological periods of lunar astronomical cycle, days of week and sevenyear periods, divine pantheon of gods or deities and archeological artifacts, calendars of civilization Maya and ancient Egypt.