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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Second order continued. <​x​> <​o​> <​x​>
[2.14] Baeth-Ku The fifth high priest from Adam
<​x​> [2.15] Beth Man’s first residence in a fruitful garden, a great valley or plain filled with fruit, trees and flowers, <​good to the taste, pleasing to the eye and p sweet & precious to the smell—​> place of happiness
<​x​> [2.16] Beth-Ka A garden, valley or plain, larger, more spacious, more pleasing, more beautiful—place of more complete happiness, peace & rest <​for man.​>
[2.17] Beth-kee <​Beth-Kee​> A Third garden, or place of residence still more spacious, beautiful and pleasing—increasing in greatness five degrees <​or being five times as large as Beth=ka.​>
[2.18] Beth-Ki A Fourth, increasing five degrees beyond Beth-kee.
<​​> [2.19] Beth-Ko A Fifth, increasing like the fourth
[2.20] Beth-ku <​Beth-Ku​> A Sixth, increasing like the fifth.
[2.21] Beth=ku=ain-trieth The whole earth, or the largest place, the greatest enjoyment on earth—man’s resident in the garden of the earth.
[2.22] E-Beth-ku-ain-trieth The heavenly bodies, the worlds of light and glory, the heaven, heavens, and heaven of heavens—eternity.
[2.23] E-Beth-Ka The greater place of happiness, where God resides—The celestial Kingdom.
[2.24] Kah-tuain-trieth-
[2.25] Kah-tuain-
[2.26] Dah-tu-hah-dees
[2.27] Hah-dees
[2.28] De-eh
[2.29] Zip zi-iota-veh
[2.30] Lish-zi-ho-e-oop-iota
[2.31] Gah-Mel-
[2.32] Ho-hah-oop
[2.33] Io-ho-hah-oop.
[2.34] Io ho-hah-oop-zip-si <​zi​>
[2.35] Jah-ho-e-oop-
[2.36] Jah-ni-hh <​hah​>
[2.37] Jah-oh-eh- (the earth &c)
[2.38] Flo-ees- (Moon)
[2.39] Flos-isis (Sun)
[2.40] Kli-flos-isis.
[2.41] Veh-Kli-flos-isis
[2.42]
[2.43]
[2.44]
[2.45]
[2.46]
[2.47]
[2.48]
[2.49]
[2.50a, b]
[2.51a, b]
[2.52]
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Second order continued. x o x
[2.14] Baeth-Ku The fifth high priest from Adam
x [2.15] Beth Man’s first residence in a fruitful garden, a great valley or plain filled with fruit, trees and flowers, good to the taste, pleasing to the eye and sweet & precious to the smell— place of happiness
x [2.16] Beth-Ka A garden, valley or plain, larger, more spacious, more pleasing, more beautiful—place of more complete happiness, peace & rest for man.
[2.17] Beth-Kee A Third garden, or place of residence still more spacious, beautiful and pleasing—increasing in greatness five degrees or being five times as large as Beth=ka.
[2.18] Beth-Ki A Fourth, increasing five degrees beyond Beth-kee.
2.19 Beth-Ko A Fifth, increasing like the fourth
[2.20] Beth-Ku A Sixth, increasing like the fifth.
[2.21] Beth=ku=ain-trieth The whole earth, or the largest place, the greatest enjoyment on earth—man’s resident in the garden of the earth.
[2.22] E-Beth-ku-ain-trieth The heavenly bodies, the worlds of light and glory, the heaven, heavens, and heaven of heavens—eternity.
[2.23] E-Beth-Ka The greater place of happiness, where God resides—The celestial Kingdom.
[2.24] Kah-tuain-trieth-
[2.25] Kah-tuain-
[2.26] Dah-tu-hah-dees
[2.27] Hah-dees
[2.28] De-eh
[2.29] Zip zi-iota-veh
[2.30] Lish-zi-ho-e-oop-iota
[2.31] Gah-Mel-
[2.32] Ho-hah-oop
[2.33] Io-ho-hah-oop.
[2.34] Io ho-hah-oop-zip- zi
[2.35] Jah-ho-e-oop-
[2.36] Jah-ni- hah
[2.37] Jah-oh-eh- (the earth &c)
[2.38] Flo-ees- (Moon)
[2.39] Flos-isis (Sun)
[2.40] Kli-flos-isis.
[2.41] Veh-Kli-flos-isis
[2.42]
[2.43]
[2.44]
[2.45]
[2.46]
[2.47]
[2.48]
[2.49]
[2.50a, b]
[2.51a, b]
[2.52]
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