This is a list of submitted place names in which the person who added the name is Qian Ning
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AHMESTRAH (Country) Mormon
An alternate name for Egypt, used in Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language, which was written by Joseph Smith.
ENISH-GO-ON-DOSH (Other) Mormon
The name of the third great star according to Mormon astronomy, which is included in the Grand Key of the galaxy. In the Book of Abraham, it is represented by the hieroglyph for a cow.
KAE-E-VANRASH (Other) Mormon
One of the three great stars of the Grand Key, appearing in the Book of Abraham, and Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language. It is the fourth great star from the center of the galaxy. According to the Book of Abraham, it governs fifteen great planets... [more]
KOLOB (Other) Mormon
According to Mormon astronomy, Kolob is a large star near the center of the galaxy, on which the angels reside. In a book written by Joseph Smith about the Egyptian Language, more details are given on the measurement of its time, being 1,000 years for each rotational period... [more]
LIMDI (Other) Mormon
The fifth great star from the center of the galaxy; also known as Veh-kliflosisis.
OLAHA SHINEHAH (Region) Mormon
The name of a plain mentioned in the Doctrine and Covenants, a work of Mormon scripture. In the 1800's, the same section in which it was mentioned was copied into a few journals, though the spellings differed... [more]
OLIBLISH (Other) Mormon
In the Book of Abraham, a figure in one of the facsimiles is said to represent Oliblish, one of the grand governing stars next to KOLOB
. It is listed among one of the three governing powers, called the Grand Key, along with ENISH-GO-ON-DOSH
, which govern all other creations, but are subject to Kolob.
VUREL (Other) Mormon
The Mormon astronomical star said to be the seventh out of fifteen great ones throughout the galaxy.
ZIP (Other) Mormon
The sixth great star from the center of the galaxy; succeeding LIMDI
, and preceding VUREL