Exodus 7

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2 «Kay ad tannaɣ arat ketnet wa as kay-omara, amaran əməqqar-nak Harun ad t-issuɣəl i Firɣawna fəl ad ayyu Kəl-Israyil aglin.

3 «Mišan nak ad-əssəɣəra əwəl ən Firɣawna. Ad šata alɣalamaten-in, əd təlməɣjujaten-in daɣ akal ən Masar.

4 «Dər ig-a wen da wər dawan-z-issəsəm. Əddi da ad z-əmmazala əs tarna-nin fəl Masar əkkəsa du tamattay-nin ta n Israyil tənnizzam zun agan. Ad agaɣ aratan win den s-əlxəkuman əssohatnen.

5 «As əmmozala əs tarna-nin fəl Masar y ad d-əkkəsa Kəl-Israyil, ad-əssənan Kəl Masar as "nak a imosan Amaɣlol".»

6 Iga Musa əd Harun aratan win den s əmmək wa as tan-omar Amaɣlol.

7 Musa imos aləs əgmadnat əttamat təmərwen n awatay, amaran Harun əgmadnat-tu əttamat təmərwen n awatay əd karad, as əššewalan i Firɣawna.


Exploring the Meaning of Exodus 7      

Napsal(a) Emanuel Swedenborg

Arcana Coelestia 7264. The subject treated of in the internal sense in what follows is the vastation, and at last the damnation, of those who are in falsities and evils. The process of their devastation is described by the eleven plagues brought on the Egyptians and their land.

Arcana Coelestia 7265. In this chapter the subject treated of in the internal sense is the first three degrees of vastation. The first, which is that mere fallacies began to reign with them, whence came falsities, is described by the serpent into which the rod of Aaron was turned. The second, which is that truths themselves became falsities with them, and that falsities became truths, is described by the blood into which the waters were turned. The third degree, which is that from falsities they reasoned against the truths and goods of the church, is described by the frogs out of the river.