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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 the Alphabet 1d Degree
NoCharacter
HAhme=as= God without begining or end
HAlkibeth minister of God under or the less
HBaethkee The next from Adam, one one ordained under him, a patriarch or the right of the first born.
HBethka— Another & larger place of residence made so by appointment. by extension of power; more pleasing, more beautiful: a place of more complete happiness, peace and rest for man.
HHBethku=ain-tri=eth: The whole earth, or the largest place, the greatest enjoyment an earth the garden of the earth
HDah tu Hah dees: another Kingdom; the least kingdom, or kingdom without glory; the whole kingdom and domain of darkness, with all its degrees and parts. governed by him who is an enemy to Good.
HGahmel:— : Landscape; a place or country: The face of the country; beautiful scituated; an country under a promantory= a promising situation for man.
HJah= ni hah; One delegated with redeeming power; a swift messenger; one that goes before another; one having redeeming power, a second person in authority;
HJah=oheh: The earth including its affinity with the other planets, with their govering powers: which are fifteen: the earth; the sun, and
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William W. Phelps handwriting begins.  


Second part of the Alphabet 1d Degree
NoCharacter
HAhme=as= God without begining or end
HAlkibeth minister of God under or the less
HBaethkee The first next from Adam, one one ordained  under him, a patriarch or the right of the  first born.
HBethka another place of residence, made  so by extension so by appoinment.
HBethka— Another & larger place of residence  made so by appointment. by extension of pow er; more pleasing, more beautiful: a place  of more complete happiness, peace and rest  for man.
HHBethku=ain-tri=eth: The whole earth, or the  largest place, the greatest enjoyment an earth  the garden of the earth
HDah tu Hah dees: Hell another Kingdom; the least  kingdom, or kingdom without glory; the whole  kingdom and dom[a]in of darkness, with all  its degrees and parts. governed by the  Doagrass him who is an enemy to  G<o>od.
HGahmel:— a fair prospect of anthing: Land scape; a place or country: face of The  face of the country; beautiful scituated; an  country under a promantory= a promising  situation for man.
HJah=ho ni hah; One delegated with redeeming  power; a swift messenger; one that goes  before another; one having redeeming power,  a second person in authority;
HJah=oheh: The earth including its affinity  with the other planets, with their govering powers:  which are fifteen: the earth; the sun, and
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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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