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Problem Glyphs is a project by renowned artist Eliza Gauger in which sigils are drawn in response to problems people send in.<br><br>These symbolic illustrations draw on her background in esoteric occultism, aesthetic symbolism, mythology, psychology, and hedge "magic" to encourage, support, and counsel the people who seek them out.<br><br>Problem Glyphs iOS is an iOS app to allow you to easily carry these glyphs with you, to mark and view your favorites, to search for glyphs, to share glyphs, and to view random glyphs when you feel the need.<br><br>You can search for glyphs by name, tag, and/or by text in the problem description.
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Amazing, gorgeous interface. The random button is a wonderful feature, being able to share them is great. I love seeing the glyphs on my bright high-res iPhone screen! It feels like an anchor and a passenger traveling with me. I feel like carrying the glyphs wherever I go enhances their power. Like a magical companion. Also nice to offset the cold, sour feeling of a lot of iPhone apps and the device itself. Can't stress how much I love this, thank you to the app developers and Eliza!
Being able to pull a glyph whenever I need one is an essential skill for the True Magician.
This app is really nicely done. It is a comfort to carry these around in my pocket, and it's a really good way to browse through the glyphs.
Developed by Shannon Hager.
Problem Glyphs is ranking in Entertainment & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jul 31, 2018and the current version is 1.5.
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Problem Glyphs have a 9a user reviews.
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