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

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Second part. 4th Degree
Char
H Alkabeth, angels in an unalterable and immor
H tal State; men after they are raised from the dead, and translated unalterable state.
H Baeth— The name of all mankind, man or men
H Baethku The fifth high priest from Adam
H Bethko: Man’s first residence and a more fruitful garden= a larger place of happiness— a greater happiness
H Kahtu ain trieth: an other Kingdom. govrned by different laws. a second king. or governed by another, or second person not having been exalted.
H Zipzi Iata vek. I saw five women
H Io=ho=hah oop zipzi: The title or dignity of one who is appointed to wait on the Queen; one who is held in repute; trusty honorable; who can be intrusted; a tittle or dignity conferred upon women: a sign among the Egyptians that is used for influence or power: a sign made use of for one to escape his enemies; to excite commisseration; being had in honor thereby effecting an escape
H Jah ni hah= one that with delegated and redeeming power, and second in authoraty; being a swift messenger going before, and having redeeming power, as second in authority: and stand next to on or on the right hand of power.
H pah-oh-eh— The earth and power of athation [?] it has with the third fixed star, which is called Kai=e ven-raoh.
H Flo=ees. The moon in its revolutions with earth, showing or signifying the earth going between, thereby forming an eclipse
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Second part. 4th Degree
Char
H Alkabeth, angels in an unalterable and immor
tal State; men after they are raised from the dead, and translated unalterable state.
H Baeth— The name of all mankind, man or men
H Baethku The fifth high priest from Adam
H Bethko: Man’s first residence and a more fruitful garden= a larger place of happiness— a greater happiness
H Kahtu ain trieth: an other Kingdom. govrned by different laws. a second king. or governed by another, or second person not having been exalted.
H Zipzi Iata vek. I saw five women
H Io=ho=hah oop zipzi: The title or dignity of one who is appointed to wait on the Queen; one who is held in repute; trusty honorable; who can be intrusted; a tittle or dignity conferred upon women: a sign among the Egyptians that is used for influence or power: a sign made use of for one to escape his enemies; to excite commisseration; being had in honor thereby effecting an escape
H Jah ni hah= one that with delegated and redeeming power, and second in authoraty; being a swift messenger going before, and having redeeming power, as second in authority: and stand next to or on the right hand of power.
H pah-oh-eh— The earth and power of athation [?] it has with the third fixed star, which is called Kai=e ven-raoh.
H Flo=ees. The moon in its revolutions with earth, showing or signifying the earth going between, thereby forming an eclipse
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