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

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2nd part of the 2d degree
H Flos isis The King of day or the central moving planet, from which the other governing moving planets receive their light.— having a less motion— slow in its motion— The earth’s chief Joy.
H Kliflosisis. time from the beginging of Creation to the flood:— or from fixed per[i]od to another fixed period: a messenger having performed certain acts, having been delegated with supreme power for a fixed period of time: hereditary, coming down from father to Son: right of authority from eight days old: according to the law of priesthood
H Vehkliflosisis The same fixed star <​planet​> in its <​motion​> according to the cubit measurement of time. Four cubits: (that is <​the lenght​> from the end of the longest finger to the end of the other when the arms are extended: making in our measure seven feet, which is twenty=one inches to a cubit.) Twelve days are equal to four cubits. and
H Kolob in the second degree. It signfies the wonder of Abraham the eldest of all the stars, the greatest body of the heavenly bodies that ever was discovered by man
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2nd part of the 2d degree
H Flos isis The King of day or the central moving planet, from which the other governing moving planets receive their light.— having a less motion— slow in its motion— The earth’s chief Joy.
H Kliflosisis. time from the beginging of Creation to the flood:— or from fixed period to another fixed period: a messenger having performed certain acts, having been delegated with supreme power for a fixed period of time: hereditary, coming down from father to Son: right of authority from eight days old: according to the law of priesthood
H Vehkliflosisis The same fixed planet in its motion according to the cubit measurement of time. Four cubits: (that is the lenght from the end of the longest finger to the end of the other when the arms are extended: making in our measure seven feet, which is twenty=one inches to a cubit.) Twelve days are equal to four cubits.
H Kolob in the second degree. It signfies the wonder of Abraham the eldest of all the stars, the greatest body of the heavenly bodies that ever was discovered by man
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