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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 5th Degree
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HAlkebeth, ministers of God, high priests, kings
HBaethka. Adam or the first man, or first king
HBeth, The place appointed of God for the residence of Adam; Adam ondi= Ahman a garden made to be fruitful, by blessing or promise; great valley or plain given by promise, fitted with fruit trees and precious flowers, made for the healing of Man. Good to the task pleasing to the eye; sweet and delightful to the smell; place of happiness— purity, holiness, and rest: even Zomar— Zion
HBethku= a place of residence for man; appointed of God: made to be more fruitful, by blessing; a More perfect place of happiness given by promise
HKahtu=aim: Another Kingdom governed by different laws, composed of subjects who receive their place at a future period, and governed by those who are under the directions of another; a kingdom whose subject differ one from another in glory; behold not the face of of God
HTish Zi hoe oop sater: The glory of the celestial Kingdom: The connection of attributes; many parts perfected, and compounded into one Having been united; being united that which will be united, one glory above all other glories, as the the [sun] excels the Moon in light, this glory excels being filled: with the same glory equaility
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Second part 5th Degree
C
HAlkebeth, ministers of God, high priests, kings
HBaethka. Adam or the first man, or first king
HBeth, man’s The place appointed of God for  the residence of Adam; Adam ondi= Ahman  a fruit garden made to be fruitful, by  blessing or promise; great valley or plain  given by promise, fitted with fruit trees and  precious flowers, made for the healing  of Man. Good to the task pleasing to  the eye; sweet and precious <deligh[t]ful> to the  smell; place of happiness— purity,  holiness, and rest: even Zomar—  Zion
HBethku= a place of residence for man;  appointed of God: made to be more  fruitful, by blessing; as More perfect  place of happiness given by promise
HKahtu=aim: Another Kingdom governed by  different laws, composed of subjects who re ceive their place at a future period, and  governed by those who are under the di rections of another; a kingdom whose  subject differ one from another <in glory>; who come  not into the pres behold not the face of  of God
HTish Zi hoe oop sater: The glory of the celestial  Kingdom: The connection of attributes; many  parts perfected, and compounded into one  Having been united; being united that  which will be united, one glory above  all other glories, as the the [sun?] excels  in the light Moon in light, this glory excels  being filled: with the same glory equaility
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“Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language,” [Kirtland

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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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