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Kamen Rider Wizard Magic Circle Translations

With Kamen Rider Wizard episodes are currently in its late 30's, I do think many have already noticed the writings on Wizard and company's Magic Circles. But did you those that those writings have a meaning?

Kamen Rider Accel's tumblr page tries to decipher what it says with the help of a table that shows the symbols with their corresponding roman alphabet counter part. Here are what they say:

  • Outer circle: Emerged from the magical stones. Representing the great power in this world.
  • Inner circle: Please release the power of devilish hidden in ring.
  • Flame: Please set the power of fire free.
  • Land: Please set the power of ground free.
  • Water: Please set the power of water free.
  • Hurricane: Please set the power of wind free.

  • Outer circle: I order to all the spirits. Release the large power based on the contract with me.
  • Inner circle: My kin, great power. Gland. Sea. Sky. Natural. Fourfield chief.

  • Outer circle: Enforcer of chaos. Please dedicate power of the without shape. Realive people in this world of the old contract.
  • Inner circle: Force responsible for all things. It with or will.
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8 Responses
  1. well that kinda confirmes that white wizard is wiseman

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Might just be that there are no meanings behind them.... no point overthinking things.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I think it is not overthinking; I believe the one who design this might want us to decipher it as well, if we can decipher we will get the answer to the whole series, why not? Plus, if there is no meanings, they didn't put the same symbol all around the circles, right?

  4. Belts are made from philosopher's stones. Philosopher stones are made from people.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    There is a translation, however error-laden this one may be. The runes are basic Futhark runes which are easily translated.
    It's not overthinking anything it's merely translating.

  6. Unknown Says:

    Considering what White wizard's circle says, maybe he is (indeed) Wiseman or he will join forces with Fundation X, we need to have a connection with Fundation X in this rider series as well as with the last 3 Neo-Heisei riderrs.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    WW may or may not be Wiseman, but he certainly does have a lot of not-so-friendly red flags surrounding him. I mean, he's capable of beating strong phantoms, but hasn't killed any, his driver says "now" instead of "please," he didn't like it when Haruto changed into Infinity Style, and now this. This guy HAS to be evil, or at least morally corrupt.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    My thoughts on the WW/Wiseman connection: Philosopher's Stones are created from Wizards which are created from a Gate resisting the Phantom within. When a Gate is driven to despair, best case scenario, you get a new wizard; worst case, a new lackey, so it's a win-win situation for Wiseman. Wizards are forced to fight phantoms and evolve their powers with help of the magic stones produced from Wiseman's body, and WW's intervention, like with the DragoTimer. When they reach full maturity, Wiseman will 'harvest' the new Philosopher's Stone which he will then use to grant himself immortality, or at least an extended lifespan, since he may have to do this multiple times. WW was pleased when Haruto used All Dragon Style because it was a milestone in his evolution, but when he used Infinity, he was angered, because it showed Haruto was evolving abilities of his own, independent of the magic stones or WW/Wiseman's influence, and thus may be able to resist becoming a Philosopher's Stone. Wiseman is spying on Haruto through Koyomi, somehow, as I believe she may have been the previous Philosopher's Stone, and Wiseman gained dominance over her empty shell. Haruto having to 'sustain' Koyomi with his mana gives Wiseman several samples of his mana to gauge his progress towards full evolution. Also, The Sabbath was not a ritual to create more Phantoms, that was just a side effect. The ritual was to harvest the Philosopher's Stone from Koyomi.

    Just a long-winded hypothesis.
    TL;DR- WW is Wiseman and is trying to turn Haruto into a Philosopher's Stone to achieve immortality. - Buy Video Games for Consoles and PC - From Japan, Korea and other Regions
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