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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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3r Second part of 3rd Degree
Char
[2.3] Albeth. Angels or disembodied spirit or saints.
[2.8] Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
[2.13] Baeth Ko The fourth patriarch from Adam the r[i]ght of first born
[2.18] Beth Ki= The fourth place which will be a more fruitful garden; which will be a place of greater happiness
[2.23] Ebethka. The celestial Kingdom where God dwells
[2.28] De=eh, Another kingdom; the least of all kig over which Dah=Hah dees, or <​the​> king of Hell, cannot will not be permitted to exercise power at some fixed period.
[2.33] Io=ho-hah oop: Tittle or dignity of one who is wait appointed to wait upon the king: one who is held in repute, trusty, honorable; who can be intrusted: The servant whom Abraham sent to get a wife for Isaac Most faithful: 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 affecting an escape.
[2.36] Jah ni hah: One who will be delegated with redeeming power; who will be second in authority; a swift Messenger to go before; having redeeming power; one who will be second in authority;
[2.37] Jah-oh=eh The earth under the government of an other <​or the seconed​> of the fixed stars, which is called
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Second part of 3rd Degree
Char
[2.3] Albeth. Angels or disembodied spirit or saints.
[2.8] Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
[2.13] Baeth Ko The fourth patriarch from Adam the right of first born
[2.18] Beth Ki= The fourth place which will be a more fruitful garden; which will be a place of greater happiness
[2.23] Ebethka. The celestial Kingdom where God dwells
[2.28] De=eh, Another kingdom; over which Dah=Hah dees, or the king of Hell, will not be permitted to exercise power at some fixed period.
[2.33] Io=ho-hah oop: Tittle or dignity of one who is appointed to wait upon the king: one who is held in repute, trusty, honorable; who can be intrusted: The servant whom Abraham sent to get a wife for Isaac Most faithful: 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 affecting an escape.
[2.36] Jah ni hah: One who will be delegated with redeeming power; who will be second in authority; a swift Messenger to go before; having redeeming power; one who will be second in authority;
[2.37] Jah-oh=eh The earth under the government of an other or the seconed of the fixed stars, which is called
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