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

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