This part wasn't edited yet, it may be too drafty, so if it doesn't go, probably it's not shaped yet.

Let's get real and put here what we found about egyptian numerals:

Here's the explanation of this mathematical task:

Much less known, yet found in Von Zahlen und Zahlworten bei den alten Ägyptern und was für andere Völker und Sprachen daraus zu lernern ist : ein Beitrag zur Geschichte von Rechenkunst und Spracheby Sethe, Kurt, 1869-1934 Egyptian demotic numerals:

and the way demotic numerals were quoted by someone else, naturally making it worse,

and I don't see any other reason for him to do so than the shameful copyright practice:

And some other sources on the same topic:

and once again Egyptian Demotic Numerals:

The Idea was to compare demotic numerals to demotic alphabet, to see if we can find egyptian alphabetic canon this way:


I see demotic numerals as a chance to find the Egyptian alphabetic canon. If it's alphabet or halaḥam, halaham for those who searches, we'll see in a moment:

The first four were simple. And three vowels in the beginning of the alphabet, as egyptian was found before.

But then why the following letter isn't labial? Which returns me to one abnoxious suspicion that 𓈖 is actually M, not N.

Meer, море, mare, I wanted to see how the see is in koptic, but google's translator doesn't support koptic. And I feeel like we must ressurect kemetic language as jews did to hebrew. A huge bulk of human culture lies there and we're like nah, we don't want it.

But if M is the fourth one, could it correlate to halaḥam? We know that h can turn                         into vowel and l is like half of y, for it's y when it's double. We know halaḥam from a                             halaḥam canon of Ge'ez:

Notice how three first lettes, allegedly ha la ḥa in Ge'ez remind european vowels U A and the brooms are y in both runic and demotic (demonic? demonic indeed, that what christians would call it) and the last time I regarded I found it to be q in some versions or dialects.

Either way they're

Though you saw how alphabetic order may differ from one nation to another, don't expect egyptian halaḥam to follow it through.

But it happens to be useful to find the next letter in the 4th form of s:

                                                                            and the third form of s is 7:                                

                                                                                     but I don't see a letter similar to 

                                                                                                                        other than


Here's my first guess, but I still have to merge more in egyptian and around it to be more certain and correct.

What is magnificient (even though unrelated to what I knit here) is 8 looks like double 4

Oh why do I share this raw meat? People will hate me! Let's make it not raw, alive, show them how I work:

All of the sudden I realize that I need more signs, I need bi- and tri-lateral demotic phonograms

It's fascinating how hard to find them, I asked people in some vk egyptology society for help & will keep you informed.

Or I just need more demotic signs in general. If all digits will have twins in other part of the language, I will bet on the fact of them being connected.

This is another page from Ebers manuscript. I think it's the best of all to watch that thing a whole to figure out what is that weird reverse K they used there.

I'm amused with some similar features of Babylonean numerals, so I show them to you too:

The End of the secret level.