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Author:  Histoire naturelle de la parole, ou Précis de l'Origine du Langage & de la Grammaire Universelle ("Natural History of Speech, or a Treatise on the Origins of Language and of Universal Grammar"),  1776;  Le Monde primitif, analysé et comparé avec le monde moderne ("The Primeval World, Analyzed and Compared to the Modern World"), volume viii, 1781 contains the 1st modern view of the Tarot; associated Gypsy Tarot with secrets of the Egyptians;  its name is composed of two Oriental words, Tar and Rha, Rho, which means "royal road"."
 
Author:  Histoire naturelle de la parole, ou Précis de l'Origine du Langage & de la Grammaire Universelle ("Natural History of Speech, or a Treatise on the Origins of Language and of Universal Grammar"),  1776;  Le Monde primitif, analysé et comparé avec le monde moderne ("The Primeval World, Analyzed and Compared to the Modern World"), volume viii, 1781 contains the 1st modern view of the Tarot; associated Gypsy Tarot with secrets of the Egyptians;  its name is composed of two Oriental words, Tar and Rha, Rho, which means "royal road"."
  
Comments: Tarot; Mesmerism, dies in a Mesmer electric / magnetic bath; Huguenot in Catholic France; supporter of the American Revolution; [[Freemason]],  lodge Les Amis Réunis, in 1771, and the lodge Les Neuf Sœurs with Franklin and [[Voltaire]]; dictionaries of etymology,  a universal grammar, the origins of language;  
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Comments: Tarot; Mesmerism, dies in a Mesmer electric / magnetic bath; Huguenot in Catholic France; supporter of the American Revolution; [[Freemason]],  lodge Les Amis Réunis, in 1771, and the lodge Les Neuf Sœurs with Franklin and [[Voltaire]]; dictionaries of etymology,  a universal grammar, the origins of language; hypothesized about Egyptian religion before any translations were available, the Rosetta stone was not translated by [[Jean-François Champollion]] until 1822;
  
 
Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antoine_Court_de_Gebelin; http://www.villarevak.org/bio/gebelin_1.html; http://autorbis.net/antoine-court-de-gebelin
 
Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antoine_Court_de_Gebelin; http://www.villarevak.org/bio/gebelin_1.html; http://autorbis.net/antoine-court-de-gebelin

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Antoine Court de Gébelin AKA Antoine Court

France 1719 – 1784

Teachers: Franz Anton Mesmer; Ben Franklin

Students: Eliphas Levi; Papus ; The Comte de Mellet (associated Tarot's 21 trumps and the fool with the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet in 1781); "Etteilla" AKA Jean-Baptiste Alliette; Paul Foster Case; , Monsieur l'abbe Rive; Madam la C. d'H. AKA Madam Helvetius, widow of Claude-Adrien Helvetius the encyclopaedist;

Friends: Louis XVI;

Organizations: Freemasonry; president of the Société Apollonienne, AKA the Musée de Paris;

Author: Histoire naturelle de la parole, ou Précis de l'Origine du Langage & de la Grammaire Universelle ("Natural History of Speech, or a Treatise on the Origins of Language and of Universal Grammar"), 1776; Le Monde primitif, analysé et comparé avec le monde moderne ("The Primeval World, Analyzed and Compared to the Modern World"), volume viii, 1781 contains the 1st modern view of the Tarot; associated Gypsy Tarot with secrets of the Egyptians; its name is composed of two Oriental words, Tar and Rha, Rho, which means "royal road"."

Comments: Tarot; Mesmerism, dies in a Mesmer electric / magnetic bath; Huguenot in Catholic France; supporter of the American Revolution; Freemason, lodge Les Amis Réunis, in 1771, and the lodge Les Neuf Sœurs with Franklin and Voltaire; dictionaries of etymology, a universal grammar, the origins of language; hypothesized about Egyptian religion before any translations were available, the Rosetta stone was not translated by Jean-François Champollion until 1822;

Resources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antoine_Court_de_Gebelin; http://www.villarevak.org/bio/gebelin_1.html; http://autorbis.net/antoine-court-de-gebelin