Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language, circa July–circa December 1835

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Second part 5th Degree
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HAlkebeth, ministers of God, high priests, kings
HBaethka. Adam or the first man, or first king
HBeth, man’s The place appointed of God for  the residence of Adam; Adam ondi= Ahman  a fruit garden made to be fruitful, by  blessing or promise; great valley or plain  given by promise, fitted with fruit trees and  precious flowers, made for the healing  of Man. Good to the task pleasing to  the eye; sweet and precious <deligh[t]ful> to the  smell; place of happiness— purity,  holiness, and rest: even Zomar—  Zion
HBethku= a place of residence for man;  appointed of God: made to be more  fruitful, by blessing; as More perfect  place of happiness given by promise
HKahtu=aim: Another Kingdom governed by  different laws, composed of subjects who re ceive their place at a future period, and  governed by those who are under the di rections of another; a kingdom whose  subject differ one from another <in glory>; who come  not into the pres behold not the face of  of God
HTish Zi hoe oop sater: The glory of the celestial  Kingdom: The connection of attributes; many  parts perfected, and compounded into one  Having been united; being united that  which will be united, one glory above  all other glories, as the the [sun?] excels  in the light Moon in light, this glory excels  being filled: with the same glory equaility
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Second part 5th Degree
C
HAlkebeth, ministers of God, high priests, kings
HBaethka. Adam or the first man, or first king
HBeth, The place appointed of God for the residence of Adam; Adam ondi= Ahman a garden made to be fruitful, by blessing or promise; great valley or plain given by promise, fitted with fruit trees and precious flowers, made for the healing of Man. Good to the task pleasing to the eye; sweet and delightful to the smell; place of happiness— purity, holiness, and rest: even Zomar— Zion
HBethku= a place of residence for man; appointed of God: made to be more fruitful, by blessing; a More perfect place of happiness given by promise
HKahtu=aim: Another Kingdom governed by different laws, composed of subjects who receive their place at a future period, and governed by those who are under the directions of another; a kingdom whose subject differ one from another in glory; behold not the face of of God
HTish Zi hoe oop sater: The glory of the celestial Kingdom: The connection of attributes; many parts perfected, and compounded into one Having been united; being united that which will be united, one glory above all other glories, as the the [sun] excels the Moon in light, this glory excels being filled: with the same glory equaility
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