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Egyptian Alphabet, circa July–circa December 1835

Egyptian alphabet first degree
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Hah the first being who exercises Supreme power [tear in page]
Hpha-e the first man or one who has Kingly power or King
Hpha a more universal reighn having greater domion or power
HH phatoeup rolyal family royal blood or pharaoah or supreme power or King
Hho up hah crown of a princess or queen or Stands for queen
HZi Virgen unmaried or the principle of virtue
HHHHKah tou man the name of a royal family in female line
HZie oop hah An unmaried woman and a virgin princess
Hho-ee-oop young unmarried man a prince
HZip Zi woman married or unmarried or daughter
Hho-ee oop hah Crown of a prince or King
Hone-ahe or ohe the Earth
Htone tahe or tohe ton-es beneath or under water
HIota the eye or to see or sight sometimes me myself
HIota tou-es Zip-Zi the land of Egypt first seen under water
HSue Eh ni what other person is that or who
Hho-ee oop- hak pha-e goverment power or Kingdom
HZub Zool oun the begining first before pointing to
HZub Zool Eh in the begining of the Earth or Creation
HZool Eh Signifys to be in any as light in th[tear in page]
HZub the first Creation of any thing first institution
Hzub zool from the first to any Stated peried after
HZool from any or some fixed peried of time back to the begining of the creation
The second part first degree
HAhnaios God without begining or end
HAleph in the begining with God the Son or first born
HAlbeth Angels or disimbodied spirits or Sainnts
H Alcabeth Angels in an unattenable immortal state
H Achebeth minersters of God high preasts Kings
H Alchibeth ministers of God under or the less
H Alchobeth ministers not ordained of God Sinful
H Alchubeth ministers who are less sinful for want of power
HBaeth the name of all mankind man or men
HHBaeth Ka Adam or the first man or first King
HBaeth Ke the next from Adam one ordained under him
HBaeth Ki the third patrearck
HBaeth Ko the fourth from Adam
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Egyptian alphabet first degree
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Hah the first being who exercises Supreme power [tear in page]
Hpha-e the first man or one who has Kingly power or K[ing]
Hpha a more universal reighn having g[r]eater domion or power
HH H<phatoeup> rolyal family royal blood or pharaoah or supreme power <or> King
HH<ho up hah> crown of a princess or queen or Stands for queen
H<Zi> Virgen unmaried or the pri[n]ciple of vi[r]tue
HHHHKah tou man the name of a royal family in female line
HZie oop hah An unmaried woman and a vi[r]gin pri[n]cess
Hho-ee-oop young unmarried man a pri[n]cess
HZip Zi woman married or unmarried <or daughter>
Hho-ee oop hah Crown of a prince or King
Hone-ahe or ohe the Earth
Htone tahe or th tohe ton-es beneath or under water
HIota the eye or to see or sight sometimes me myself
HIota tou-es Zip-Zip the land of Egypt first seen under water
HSue Eh ni what other person is that or who
Hho-ee oop-phare hak pha-e goverment power or Kingdom
HZub Zool oun the begining first before pointing to
HZub Zool Eh in the begining of the E[a]rth <or> Creation
HZool Eh Signifys to be in any as light in th[tear in page]
HZub the first Creation of any thing first insti[tu]tion
Hzub zool from the first to any Stated peried after
HZool from any or some fix<ed> peried of time <back> to the begining <of the creation>
The second part first degree
HAhnaios God without begining or end o
HAleph in the begining with God the Son or <first born>
HAlbeth Angels or disimbodied spirits <or> Sainnts
HAlcatheth Alcabeth Angels in an unattenable immortal <state>
HAchibeth Achebeth minersters of God high preasts <Kings>
HAlchobeth Alchibeth ministers of God under or the less
HAlchubeth Alchobeth ministers not ordained of God Sinful
HAlchybeth Alchubeth ministers who are less sinful for want of <power>
HBaeth the name of all mankind man or men
HHBaeth Ka Adam or the first man or first King
HBaeth Ke the next from Adam one ordained under <him>
HBaeth Ki the third patrearck
HBaeth Ko the fourth from Adam
Baeth Ku
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; five pages; Kirtland Egyptian Papers, CHL.
Note: When an Egyptian hieratic character appears on the manuscript, it is represented by a stylized “H” in the transcript. The transcript of “Egyptian Alphabet” presented here is used with permission of Brian M. Hauglid, associate professor of ancient scripture, Brigham Young University. Hauglid is preparing a collection of JS Egyptian materials, including this document, for print publication.

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