Egyptian Alphabet, circa Early July–circa November 1835–C

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Egyptian Alphabet first degree
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Character lettr Sound Explanation
H a x ah The first Being, who exercises supreme power
H x Pha=e The first man, or one who has Kingly power, or king
H x Pha a more universal reign, having greater dominion, or power
H H Pha=ho=e=oop Royal family, Royal blood, or Pharaoh, or supreme power, or King
H Ho-oop-hah Crown of a princes, or signifies Queen.
H Zi virgin, unmarried, virtuous, or the principle of virtue.
H Kah=tou<=>mun The name of the <a> royal family, in the female line
H Zi=oop-hah An unmarried woman, & a virgin, a princes
H Ho=e=oop A young unmarried man— a prince.
H Zip=zi a woman, married or unmarried,= daughter
H Ho-e= oop=hah <oh=e> crown of a prince, or King
H Oan, <or> ah=e The earth
H Tus, toan, take to,e or tou=es= beneath, below, under, water
H Iota Eye= to see = sight, sometimes Me, myself
H Iota tou=es Zipzi= Egypt. The land first seen, by a woman, under water
H Su=e=eh=ni What other person is that? Who?
H Ho=e=oop hah=Pha=e— Reign, government, <power> right, Kingdom
H Zub-zool=oan The begining,= first, before appointing to
H Zub=zoal oan=eh. In the beginning of the earth, or Creation
H Zub=eh— To be in— as light in the earth
H Zub The first creation of any thing <or first institut[io]n>
H Zub zool from the fi[r]st to any stated period after
H Zool From a <any> fixed period of time back to the begining
Second part of the first degree.
H H Alph◊◊mgs Ah me os— God without beginning or end
H H Aleph In the beginning with God the Son or first born
H H Albeth Angels or disembodied spirits or Saints.
H H Alkabeth Angels in an unalterable state, men after they are raise <from the dead>
H H Alchebeth Ministers of God, high priests, Kings
H H Alchibeth Ministers of God, un less than high priests—
H H Alkubeth <Alkobeth> Ministers not ordained of God, sinful
H H Alkibeth <Alkubeth> Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
H H Ba=eth The name of all mankind— man or men
H H Ba=eth=ka Adam or the first man, or first King
H H Ba-eth kee The next from Adam, one ordained under him.
H H Ba-eth ki The third ordained under Adam
H H Ba-eth ko The fourth from Adam
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Egyptian Alphabet first degree
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Character lettr Sound Explanation
H x ah The first Being, who exercises supreme power
H x Pha=e The first man, or one who has Kingly power, or king
H x Pha a more universal reign, having greater dominion, or power
H H Pha=ho=e=oop Royal family, Royal blood, or Pharaoh, or supreme power, or King
H Ho-oop-hah Crown of a princes, or signifies Queen.
H Zi virgin, unmarried, virtuous, or the principle of virtue.
H Kah=tou=mun The name of the a royal family, in the female line
H Zi=oop-hah An unmarried woman, & a virgin princes
H Ho=e=oop A young unmarried man— a prince.
H Zip=zi a woman, married or unmarried,= daughter
H Ho-e= oop=hah oh=e crown of a prince, or King
H Oan, or ah=e The earth
H toan, take to,e or tou=es= beneath, below, under, water
H Iota Eye= to see = sight, sometimes Me, myself
H Iota tou=es Zipzi= Egypt. The land first seen, by a woman, under water
H Su=e=eh=ni What other person is that? Who?
H Ho=e=oop hah=Pha=e— Reign, government, power right, Kingdom
H Zub-zool=oan The begining,= first, before appointing to
H Zub=zoal oan=eh. In the beginning of the earth, or Creation
H Zub=eh— To be in— as light in the earth
H Zub The first creation of any thing or first institution
H Zub zool from the first to any stated period after
H Zool From a any fixed period of time back to the begining
Second part of the first degree.
H H Ah me os— God without beginning or end
H H Aleph In the beginning with God the Son or first born
H H Albeth Angels or disembodied spirits or Saints.
H H Alkabeth Angels in an unalterable state, men after they are raise from the dead
H H Alchebeth Ministers of God, high priests, Kings
H H Alchibeth Ministers of God, less than high priests—
H H Alkobeth Ministers not ordained of God, sinful
H H Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
H H Ba=eth The name of all mankind— man or men
H H Ba=eth=ka Adam or the first man, or first King
H H Ba-eth kee The next from Adam, one ordained under him.
H H Ba-eth ki The third ordained under Adam
H H Ba-eth ko The fourth from Adam
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