In a little bit of recreational programming I threw together a web converter that takes any text and converts it into Ogham.
Ogham (pronounced oh-em) is an alphabet from early Medieval Ireland, around the time Christianity took root. It was designed to be carved on the vertical corner of a monumental stone, read from bottom to top.
Amazingly the Unicode character encoding standard includes entries for the Ogham alphabet, though the glyphs are rotated so that they are read left to right rather than bottom to top. So my converter simply converts from normal Latin characters to their Ogham equivalent. However, whether this displays correctly for you might depend on what browser you are using. (I would appreciate you adding any comments to this posting letting me know on what browsers it displays correctly or not).
The rest of this posting is this text converted into Ogham.
᚛ᚔᚅ ᚐ ᚂᚔᚈᚈᚂᚓ ᚁᚔᚈ ᚑᚃ ᚏᚓᚉᚏᚕᚈᚔᚑᚅᚐᚂ ᚚᚏᚑᚌᚏᚐᚋᚋᚔᚍ ᚔ ᚈᚆᚏᚓᚒ ᚈᚑᚌᚓᚈᚆᚓᚏ ᚐ ᚒᚓᚁ ᚉᚑᚅᚃᚓᚏᚈᚓᚏ ᚈᚆᚐᚈ ᚈᚐᚉᚓᚄ ᚐᚅᚔ ᚈᚓᚕᚈ ᚐᚅᚇ ᚉᚑᚅᚃᚓᚏᚈᚄ ᚔᚈ ᚔᚅᚈᚑ ᚑᚌᚆᚐᚋ᚜
᚛ᚑᚌᚆᚐᚋ ᚚᚏᚑᚅᚑᚒᚅᚉᚓᚇ ᚑᚆᚓᚋ ᚔᚄ ᚐᚅ ᚐᚂᚚᚆᚐᚁᚓᚈ ᚃᚏᚑᚋ ᚕᚏᚂᚔ ᚋᚓᚇᚔᚓᚃᚐᚂ ᚔᚏᚓᚂᚐᚅᚇ ᚐᚏᚑᚒᚅᚇ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚈᚔᚋᚓ ᚕᚏᚔᚎᚘᚅᚔᚈᚔ ᚈᚑᚑᚉ ᚏᚑᚑᚈ᚜
᚛ᚔᚈ ᚒᚐᚄ ᚇᚓᚄᚔᚌᚅᚓᚇ ᚈᚑ ᚁᚓ ᚉᚐᚏᚃᚓᚇ ᚑᚅ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚃᚓᚏᚈᚔᚉᚐᚂ ᚉᚑᚏᚅᚓᚏ ᚑᚃ ᚐ ᚋᚑᚅᚒᚋᚓᚅᚈᚐᚂ ᚎᚑᚅᚓ ᚏᚕᚇ ᚃᚏᚑᚋ ᚁᚑᚈᚈᚑᚋ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚑᚚ᚜
᚛ᚐᚋᚐᚎᚔᚍᚂᚔ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚒᚅᚔᚉᚑᚇᚓ ᚕᚐᚏᚐᚉᚈᚓᚏ ᚓᚅᚉᚑᚇᚔᚍ ᚎᚐᚅᚇᚐᚏᚇ ᚔᚅᚉᚂᚒᚇᚓᚄ ᚓᚅᚈᚏᚔᚓᚄ ᚃᚑᚏ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚑᚌᚆᚐᚋ ᚐᚂᚚᚆᚐᚁᚓᚈ ᚈᚆᚑᚒᚌᚆ ᚈᚆᚓ ᚌᚂᚔᚚᚆᚄ ᚐᚏᚓ ᚏᚑᚈᚐᚈᚓᚇ ᚄᚑ ᚈᚆᚐᚈ ᚈᚆᚓᚔ ᚐᚏᚓ ᚏᚕᚇ ᚂᚓᚃᚈ ᚈᚑ ᚏᚔᚌᚆᚈ ᚏᚐᚈᚆᚓᚏ ᚈᚆᚐᚅ ᚁᚑᚈᚈᚑᚋ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚑᚚ᚜
᚛ ᚄᚑ ᚋᚔ ᚉᚑᚅᚃᚓᚏᚈᚓᚏ ᚄᚔᚋᚚᚂᚔ ᚉᚑᚅᚃᚓᚏᚈᚄ ᚃᚏᚑᚋ ᚅᚑᚏᚋᚐᚂ ᚂᚐᚈᚔᚅ ᚕᚐᚏᚐᚉᚈᚓᚏᚄ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚆᚓᚔᚏ ᚑᚌᚆᚐᚋ ᚓᚊᚗᚃᚐᚂᚓᚅᚈ᚜
᚛ᚆᚑᚒᚓᚃᚓᚏ ᚒᚆᚓᚈᚆᚓᚏ ᚈᚆᚔᚄ ᚇᚔᚄᚚᚂᚐᚔᚄ ᚉᚑᚏᚏᚓᚉᚈᚂᚔ ᚃᚑᚏ ᚔᚑᚒ ᚋᚔᚌᚆᚈ ᚇᚓᚚᚓᚅᚇ ᚑᚅ ᚒᚆᚐᚈ ᚁᚏᚑᚒᚄᚓᚏ ᚔᚑᚒ ᚐᚏᚓ ᚒᚄᚔᚍ᚜
᚛ᚔ ᚒᚑᚒᚂᚇ ᚐᚚᚚᚏᚓᚉᚘᚈᚓ ᚔᚑᚒ ᚐᚇᚇᚔᚍ ᚐᚅᚔ ᚉᚑᚋᚋᚓᚅᚈᚄ ᚈᚑ ᚈᚆᚔᚄ ᚚᚑᚎᚔᚍ ᚂᚓᚈᚈᚔᚍ ᚋᚓ ᚉᚅᚑᚒ ᚑᚅ ᚒᚆᚐᚈ ᚁᚏᚑᚒᚄᚓᚏᚄ ᚔᚈ ᚇᚔᚄᚚᚂᚐᚔᚄ ᚉᚑᚏᚏᚓᚉᚈᚂᚔ ᚑᚏ ᚅᚑᚈ᚜
᚛ᚈᚆᚓ ᚏᚓᚎ ᚑᚃ ᚈᚆᚔᚄ ᚚᚑᚎᚔᚍ ᚔᚄ ᚈᚆᚔᚄ ᚈᚓᚕᚈ ᚉᚑᚅᚃᚓᚏᚈᚓᚇ ᚔᚅᚈᚑ ᚑᚌᚆᚐᚋ᚜