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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 of 3rd Degree
Char
HAlbeth. Angels or disembodied spirit or saints.
HAlkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
HBaeth Ko The fourth patriarch from Adam the rght of first born
HBeth Ki= The fourth place which will be a more fruitful garden; which will be a place of greater happiness
HEbethka. The celestial Kingdom where God dwells
HDe=eh, Another kingdom; over which Dah=Kah dees, or the king of Hell, will not be permitted to exercise power at some fixed period.
HIo=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.
HJah 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;
HJah-oh-eh The earth under the government of an other or the seconed of the fixed stars, which is called
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3r Second part of 3rd Degree
Char
HAlbeth. Angels or disembodied spirit or saints.
HAlkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want  of power
HBaeth Ko The fourth patriarch from Adam  the rght of first born
HBeth Ki= The fourth place which will be  a more fruitful garden; which will be  a place of greater happiness
HEbethka. The celestial Kingdom where  God dwells
HDe=eh, Another kingdom; the least of all kig  over which Dah=Kah dees, or <the> king of Hell, cannot  will not be permitted to exercise power at  some fixed period.
HIo=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 es cape.
HJah ni hah: One who will be delegated with redeem ing power; who will be second in authority; a swift  Messenger to go before; having redeeming power;  one who will be second in authority;
HJah-oh-eh The earth under the government  of an other <or the seconed> of the fixed stars, which is called
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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.
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