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The Greek wording of Zebulun, the tenth son of Jaeob. Delaunay (Thuileur, page 79) says that some ritualists suppose that this was the true form of the word of which Jabulum is a corruption. This is incorrect. Jabulum is a corrupt form of Giblim. Zabulon has no connection with the advanced Degrees, except that in the Royal Arch he represents one of the stones in the Pectoral or Breastplate.



The Hebrew word, ':T. The Latin words, Purus and Mundus, sometimes used as in Delauney's French Thuileur, to explain the Hebrew expression as Purest and Heavenly. A name applied to the Deity.

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