‘Se’moin’ from the Tablet of Fonece (Oahspe ‘primordial language’ also known as Panic, from the name Pan), John Ballou Newbrough, d. 1891.


‘Se'moin’ from the Tablet of Fonece (Oahspe 'primordial language’ also known as Panic, from the name Pan), John Ballou Newbrough, d. 1891.

“i033 Tablet of Se’moin. Panic language means earth-language; things were named after the sounds they uttered; thus, the soul of each thing spoke, and that which was voiced was called the Panic language. Panic was the first language on earth but was not written until Se’moin, given in the time of Sethantes, being the first written language given to I’hins. As such, Se’moin represents the first explanation of creation ever given to man.”

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