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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 2nd Degree
Char
HAleph, In the begining with God, the son, or first born
HAlkobeth, Ministers not ordained of God Sinful
HBaethki The third patriarch: or right of the first born
HBethkee; a place that has been enlarged that has been a place of residence; that has been a more fruitful garden. has been a larger place of happiness; having had greater happiness
HEbethkeeaimtriethe— a place beyond this earth a future place of existence, a place of residenden beyond this earth; the cecelestiale world; the heavenly bodies; the earth in its most sanctified state as it shall be= eternity.
HHahdees= Another kingdom of wickedness, , under the government of one who is an enemy to God over which he has not so much power as the first, being less entensive— in its duration.
HHo=hah=oop=— An intercessor; one who has been appointed to intercede for another; invocation;
HJah=ni-hah= one who was delegated with redeeming power; one who was the second person in authority; a swift messenger; one that went before; having redeeming power; one who was second in authority
HJahoheh— The earth under the government of another, which is one of the fixed stars; which is called Oliblish.
HFlo=ees The moon, signifying that which boroweth light, lendeth light, it being the lesser light.
[p. 31]

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Second part 2nd Degree
Char
HAleph, In the begining with God, the son, or first born
HAlkobeth, Ministers not ordained of God Sinful
HBaethki The third patriarch: or right of the  first born
HBethkee; a place that has been e[n]larged  that has been a place of residence; that  has been a more fruitful garden. has  been a larger place of happiness; hav[in]g  had greater happiness
HEbethkeeaimtriethe— a place beyond this earth  a future place of existence, a place of  residenden beyond this earth; the ceceles tiale world; the heavenly bodies; the earth  in its most sanctified state as it shall  be= eternity.
HHahdees= Another kingdom of wickedness, not so  extensive in duration, whos which government is under  another, which th under the government of one  who is an enemy to God over which he has not  so much power as the first, being less entensive—  in its duration.
HHo=hah=oop=— An intercessor; interce one who <has  been> is appointed to intercede for another; invocation;
HJah=ni-hah= one who was delegated with re deeming power; one who was the second person  in authority; a swift messenger; one that  went before; having redeeming power; one who  was second in authority
HJahoheh— The earth under the government  of another, which is one of the fixed stars; which  is called Oliblish.
HFlo=ees The moon, signifying that which boroweth  light, lendeth light, it being the lesser light.
[p. 31]
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, OH, ca. July–ca. Dec. 1835]; handwriting of William W. Phelps

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