AL-001: harlot (n.)Edit

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DL-001: <todo>Edit

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KN-001: <todo>Edit

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LV-001: <todo>Edit

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  • AL-001: ay-BAY-bay-lond
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    • (Dee - A bá ba lond) - Four syllables, with an accent on the second syllable. The initial a stands alone.
    • (Dee - abábâlond) - See the 48 Claves. Here, Dee again placed an accent over the second syllable. He also placed a circumflex over the third a to indicate its long sound.
  • DL-001: <todo>
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  • PP-001: <todo>
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  • AL-001: The similarity between this word and the name of the ancient empire of Babylon. Beginning with 1 Enoch (likely written during the Judaic captivity in Babylon), the kingdom of Babylon has been a biblical symbol of iniquity. See Revelation 17, where the iniquities of the world of man are symbolized by a woman whose forehead is inscribed with the words Mystery, Babylon the Great, the Mother of Harlots and Abominations of the Earth. Also see note at Bablon (Wicked).
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