Re: The A.S.P. Alphabet Soup Puzzle
I thought of copy/pasting it, but didn't see any significance. They're all more or less even.
I still have a book of those. Cross your eyes then space out a little bit, and they'll eventually lock onto the right depth. It's like when you look at a door screen and it looks closer than it really is because your eyes are slightly crossed. Your brain thinks your eyes are looking at the right square, when in fact they're different squares.
If that's the case you could use geometry to transpose the letters. The math is beyond my experience. If you mean actual visual image, there is barely enough detail for a single word in aggregate. And if there are words, the frequency counts would be closer. I think it's one of the ciphers I mentioned, or some other advanced one that fills in gaps with underused letters.