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

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

Second part. 4th Degree
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HAlkabeth, angels in an unalterable and immor
tal State; men after they are raised from the dead, and translated unalterable state.
HBaeth— The name of all mankind, man or men
HBaethku The fifth high priest from Adam
HBethko: Man’s first residence and a more fruitful garden= a larger place of happiness— a greater happiness
HKahtu ain trieth: an other Kingdom. govrned by different laws. a second king. or governed by another, or second person not having been exalted.
HZipzi Iata vek. I saw five women
HIo=ho=hah oop zipzi: The title or dignity of one who is appointed to wait on the Queen; one who is held in repute; trusty honorable; who can be intrusted; 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 effecting an escape
HJah ni hah= one that with delegated and redeeming power, and second in authoraty; being a swift messenger going before, and having redeeming power, as second in authority: and stand next to or on the right hand of power.
Hpah-oh-eh— The earth and power of athation ? it has with the third fixed star, which is called Kai=e ven-raoh.
HFlo=ees. The moon in its revolutions with earth, showing or signifying the earth going between, thereby forming an eclipse
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Second part. 4th Degree
Char
HAlkabeth, angels in an unalterable and immor
Htal State; men after they are raised from  the dead, and translated unalterable state.
HBaeth— The name of all mankind, man or men
HBaethku The fifth high priest from Adam
HBethko: Man’s first residence and a more  fruitful garden= a larger place  of happiness— a greater happiness
HKahtu ain trieth: an other Kingdom. govrn ed by different laws. a second king.  or governed by another, or second person  not having been exalted.
HZipzi Iata vek. I saw five women
HIo=ho=hah oop zipzi: The title or dignity of one  who is appointed to wait on the Queen; one who  is held in repute; trusty honorable; who can be  intrusted; 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 effecting an escape
HJah ni hah= one that with delegated and redeem ing power, and second in authoraty; being a  swift messenger going before, and having redeem ing power, as second in authority: and  stand next to on or on the right hand of power.
Hpah-oh-eh— The earth and power of athation [?]  it has with the third fixed star, which is  called Kai=e ven-raoh.
HFlo=ees. The moon in its revolutions with  earth, showing or signifying the earth going  between, thereby forming an eclipse
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, OH, ca. July–ca. Dec. 1835]; handwriting of William W. Phelps

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; 34 pages; Kirtland Egyptian Papers, CHL.
The 34 inscribed pages are numbered 1–34. There are 188 blank pages interspersed among the inscribed pages. Blocks of text start on pages 1, 8, 12, 15, 19, 23, 27, 29, 31, and 33.

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