Order of the Omah Language
Founded at Washington D. C.; year not given. It describes the original universal language, the root, as the Omah tongue, the primal language "which allied man to Yahveh," and alleges that through confusion of sounds much that was known to man is lost; that the Omah language revealed to man the secrets of material life; and that "this language is now upon this planet once more reached the identical point from which it was diffused," so that "men daily pronounce the magic words, having no conception of their occult power and meaning."
Source: The Cyclopaedia of Fraternities, Albert C. Stevens, 1907.
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