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(See Text of 'Emerald Tablet of Toth') In telling of destruction of Atlantis, Toth, directed to seek & dwell among barbarian habitants of the land 'Kheth'. Over time imparted his vast knowledge, built Pyramid where hidden is the entrance to the Halls of Asenti (acessible by freeing one's soul from the darkness which binds us to our physical bodies}. Fascinating that the root associations of Kheth and Heth are courtyard, fence, freedom; graphically portraying a protected entrance or fence as well. Further interest in it is the eighth letter, which traditionally represents heaven & earth linked (above & below) the dark & light, the yin & yang. Also see Edgar Cayce's communication re: the hidden hall of records of the Pyramids. The lingusitic root letter so notates the history of Toth that it is ...creepy. Also worth mentioning, 2006 is a cosmic year #8, numerologically associated with all of the above. I do think that a major discovery linked with Egypt and the Pyramids will happen in month of June, 2006. The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs) .

Really? You don't say. Quite fascinating, in fact. I see the relevance with the article, and I'm glad to be of assistance! СПУТНИКССС Р 23:37, 19 February 2006 (UTC)

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Arabic letter forms inconsistency among articles[edit]

Is there a reason to show the Arabic letter in the table in Gimel (letter) in its middle form: ﺟ , whereas in Heth (letter) the letter is shown in the final form: ح ?(cross-posted: Talk:Gimel (letter)#Arabic letter forms inconsistency among articles)--Imz 00:17, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

Ok, I'm solving this problem by adding 2 distinctive Arabic letter forms (initial and isolated, if they are present) to the tables: [1], [2].--Imz 02:11, 22 October 2006 (UTC)


This is the aspirated H in Arabic, correct, in contrast to the non-aspirated ? If so, why not say that in the article? Badagnani 05:27, 14 September 2007 (UTC)

Hebrew χ[edit]

In Modern Israeli Hebrew, the letter Chet (or spelled Khet) usually has the sound value of a voiceless uvular fricative (/χ/) <-- This is how the letter is pronounced by most native israeli speakers (like the letter Khaf רפה). , and I as a native Israeli speaker confirm. AsaphX —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:18, 4 February 2008 (UTC)


The origin of hēt is from IDE. It's the same word as Latvian sēta 'fence, courtyard'. Etymologically hēt < PIE *saitam 'plashed fence'. Roberts7 17:28, 25 February 2008 (UTC)

Your comment lacks references for any of your assertions.--Imz (talk) 13:47, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

Move to Het[edit]

Why is this called Heth? It's pronounced Het in Phonecian, Hebrew, and Syriac. I propose a move. --Monochrome_Monitor 16:01, 10 May 2015 (UTC)