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Ixxviii. 45. cv. 30). The Egyptian philologist adds further on (II. 102), that man, who had remained a long time without mothree imclean spirits like ; and tion, who was subsequently enabled to move, was symbolized by a frog having its hind legs, because the frog comes into the world without them. The motionless man, having acquired motion, 'Tr is also the power of the regenerated man, for in Hebrew scHUHE niuller), walks signifies to walk, and to meditute (Rosen and -sn elk to walk, and to live ; w^-an -jbn Ac who ujfrightli/ (Ps.
PAPYRUS. ), leaves, or a sealed book sented (II. 27). ^ Tfie paj)yrus-leaf, that plant which formed tablets and bo()ks, is the first letter of the name of the only eternal all-powerful god of Egypt, Amon, who in the beginThe name of the god ning of tilings crciited tin; world. Amon, according to Manetho cittid by Plutarch, signified occult, or hidden. Tlic first letter of the name of utid I'^gyptian gods is often symbolic, sin(;e this initial forms, many eases, the Mj»e(;iai attribute of tin; divinity.
Egypt, p. 118). sign of the idea God (Champ. It represented sublimity and humility, adds the Egyptian philologist, because it flies in a straight line, up and down, nsi NTSE, to jiy (Gesenius). It was the symbol of but blood (Horapol. vastate by ; it drank no water, overcame all other birds ntse, to draw the sword, to de- blood, of victory, because I. 6, 7). ), to vanquish. Horapollo further says that the hawk, spreading his wings in the air, represented the wind, as though the wind had wings (Horap.
A comparison of Egyptian symbols with those of the Hebrews by Frédéric Portal, baron de; John W Simons