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Will someone tell what does this code say?

Sorry for my poor use of free hand tool. All lines to be considered straight.

First character has been drawn bold but it does not matter.
 Blog Entries: 1 Hint: This message is one to one correspondance between English alphabets and the alphabets you can see in the shape above. Sorry, I can't write so long a text so as to be applied to frequency analysis. Anyway the words written are so familiar to you all!
 If we numbered them from 1 to 11 left to right (one character is repeated), then (if I'm right), you might expect this phrase to be followed with the characters 6, 8, 11. DaveE

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 Quote by mabs239 It would be more interesting if you could find the underlying mechanism to generate these characters. It looks so simple when you know it. Obviously not so simple to guess it first.
A-I are from a tic-tac-toe board with the letters in the squares. J-R are the same but with a dot in each square (but the P in physics is missing its dot. S-V are from a diamond that has been cut into 4 pieces and W-Z are the same with dots.

 Quote by Jimmy Snyder A-I are from a tic-tac-toe board with the letters in the squares. J-R are the same but with a dot in each square (but the P in physics is missing its dot. S-V are from a diamond that has been cut into 4 pieces and W-Z are the same with dots.
I agree that makes sense, but if that's true, then isn't there a mistake in the image? Looks like the "P" is missing a dot.

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 Quote by davee123 I agree that makes sense, but if that's true, then isn't there a mistake in the image? Looks like the "P" is missing a dot. DaveE
It's my mistake.