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|KLI-FLOS-IS-ES (variant Kli-flos-isis)  medium through which this Earth receives its power (Book of Abraham facsimile 2:5); cf. parallel with HAH-KO-KAU-BEAM receiving light from the revolutions of Kolob (facsimile 2:22-23)
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Possibly hypothetical Egyptian *''qri-prw.s-Зst'' “Isis-draws-near-and-comes-forth<ref>Egyptian qri > Coptic koi, kōl, ''kel-'', ''[[t]]ōl'' “come, go, roll, wrap, rotate,” in cyclic fashion (Crum, ''Coptic Dictionary'', 807; Westendorf, ''KHw'', 450; Faulkner, ''CDME'', 280).</ref>; It-is-as-a-storm-cloud-that-Isis-comes-forth” (Coptic ''kloole''<ref>Faulkner, ''CDME'', 280; Crum, ''Coptic Dictionary'', 104a; Westendorf, ''KHw'', 61.</ref>).  Of course, Seth is ''nb qri'' “Lord of storms.”<ref>Cf. H. te Velde, ''Seth, God of Confusion'', 20, on Seth-animals drawing the solar bark.</ref> 
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Variant Kli-flos-isis
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See FLOEESE
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'''Notes'''
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Revision as of 16:40, 28 October 2017

Pearl of Great Price PN 1. KLI-FLOS-IS-ES (variant Kli-flos-isis) medium through which this Earth receives its power (Book of Abraham facsimile 2:5); cf. parallel with HAH-KO-KAU-BEAM receiving light from the revolutions of Kolob (facsimile 2:22-23)

Possibly hypothetical Egyptian *qri-prw.s-Зst “Isis-draws-near-and-comes-forth[1]; It-is-as-a-storm-cloud-that-Isis-comes-forth” (Coptic kloole[2]). Of course, Seth is nb qri “Lord of storms.”[3]

Variant Kli-flos-isis

See FLOEESE

Notes


  1. Egyptian qri > Coptic koi, kōl, kel-, tōl “come, go, roll, wrap, rotate,” in cyclic fashion (Crum, Coptic Dictionary, 807; Westendorf, KHw, 450; Faulkner, CDME, 280).
  2. Faulkner, CDME, 280; Crum, Coptic Dictionary, 104a; Westendorf, KHw, 61.
  3. Cf. H. te Velde, Seth, God of Confusion, 20, on Seth-animals drawing the solar bark.