--Dr. Liz Green
And in the spirit of sparing you some of said endless rambling, I will now provide you with the actual links to the actual sections. I would suggest starting with the symbols page itself (especially once the site is complete, which it isn't now); it is well-linked to the other sections of the site. However, for clarity and completeness, I do provide links to all sections from this page.
All the known symbols, arranged alphabetically by translation, with commentary next to each one.
Analysis of those recurring symbols within symbols, common elements between related words, etc.
A digression into the different kinds of symmetry found in symmetrical symbols--a relative rarity.
What very little we know about the syntax and form of the Narayani writing, as well as some speculation.
A description of what we know of the Narayani society and world, and some speculation on that subject drawing upon the symbols.
A mish-mash of speculation, mostly unofficial symbol-creation and musings about the missing curtains.
legalities, technicalities, and thanks
Disclaimers, browser notes, names of people who helped me, and other such necessaries.