An analysis of the ancient collection of the feather of maat funerary papryus of ani

An analysis of the ancient collection of the feather of maat funerary papryus of ani

I will hide myself among you, O ye stars which are imperishable. Hail, Kenemti, who comest forth from Kenmet, I have not blasphemed. O ye who preside over your altars, let not your offerings to me be wanting, for I am one of those who follow after Nebertcher, according to the writings of Khepera.

The Osiris Heru-em-khebit, whose word is truth, shall say when he cometh to this pylon: "Knife which cutteth when [its name] is uttered, slayer of those who approach thy flame" is thy name. Commentary As noted, many of these would carry the stipulation of intention - such as "I have never raised my voice" - in that one may have actually raised one's voice but not in unjustified anger.


To be said:- The god Ptah shall open my mouth, and the god of my town shall unfasten the swathings, the swathings which are over my mouth. Hail, dweller in the lapis-lazuli! I am master of my hands and arms.

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Hail, Basti, who comest forth from Bast, I have not eaten the heart. By Artist Tresea Dutertre, The name of the Watcher is Seres-tepu. I am [one of] those gods who were the children of the goddess Nut, who hacked in pieces the enemies of Osiris, and who bound in fetters the legion of Sebau devils on his behalf. Hence, the life-force itself depended on Atum-Re, and the circulation of this force, linked to the heart , resulted in life, strength prosperity and health. Behind "Shay" stand "Meskhenet", presiding over the birth-chamber, and "Renenet", guiding the rearing of children and called "Lady of Justification" cf. Hail, Tcheser-tep, who comest forth from the shrine, I have not carried away the khenfu cakes from the spirits of the dead. Variant: Pay good heed to the weighing in the Balance of the heart of the Osiris, the singing-woman of Amen, Anhai, whose word is truth, and place thou her heart in the seat of truth in the presence of the Great God. Grant thou that I may be like unto those favoured ones who are in thy following, and that I may be an Osiris greatly favoured of the beautiful god, and beloved of the Lord of the Two Lands, I who am a veritable royal scribe who loveth thee, Ani, whose word is true before the god Osiris. I live as it liveth.

Beq is the name of another there. Some of the spells introduced at this time claim an older provenance; for instance the rubric to spell 30B states that it was discovered by the Prince Hordjedef in the reign of King Menkauremany hundreds of years before it is attested in the archaeological record.

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