Book of Vindicating a Man in the Realm of the Dead, Part 2

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Part 2, utterance

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77

76

2-3

this god (GB ?) gathereth together for himself the caelestial kine {cf. kine of Huperion}

   

3

the 9 Gods cannot see S^W (invisible air), who was not conceived, but was spat out by I,TM

78

 

8

Supports-of-S^W

   

10

Lord of Flame guarding the doors of the sky

   

12

blood of S^W, Bull of Cobras {cf. [Mithraic] blood at taurobolion} {cf. [Maori] Karihi}

   

13

Inhaler of Breath

     

Bull of Millions

80

77

18

orgasm with the hand (masturbation) of I,TM

     

[alchemic embryo] stp from mouth

81

78

19

jackals of the seed of S^W

   

21

tall [3tf] crowns

   

22

aeternity, father of the H.H.-w; my (aeternity's) sister is aeternity, TFN-t

82

79

24

the word of NW in the Abyss

   

25

S^W was within the Abyss when the earth-gods [3KR & GB] had not been knit together

   

26

counting of the pillars in the h.tt-t ("armpit") room

     

installed n<w-snake upon Supports-of-S^W

83

80

30

s^ny-t (hail-storms) & i,h^h^w (dusk) are dew

   

32

"Living One" is son of I,TM; "Righteousness" is "living daughter" of I>TM

84

 

35

NW commanded I,TM to kiss and "eat of" his (I,TM's) own daughter M3<-t "truth"

   

38

make fim the head of 3st-t on her neck; re-assemble the limbs of Wsi,r

85

 

40

god P3Wtyw ("of the primaeval ones")

     

bsnw (food) of I,TM

   

43

h^ddw-fish

87

81

44

S^W issued from nostrils of I,TM

88

82

45

doubles of the eyen of H.R

 

83

46

bone of a vulture

 

84

49

becoming NH.B-K3-w (serpent-deity)

89

85

51

n<w-serpent, Bull of the sky, swallowed the 7 cobras

90

86

52

n<w-serpent, the Bull of the Tribunal, swallowed these 7 cobras

 

87

53-4

n<w-serpent, the Bull of the Ennead, swalloweth these 7 cobras

 

88

54

n<w-serpent, Bull of the Ennead, obeyeth no magic, is not scorched by fire

91

89

55

I,BW-WRt, gate-keeper of the battle-ground of the gods

 

90

60

holding staff of fine gold

   

61

him who liveth between the thighs of goddess Sothis; H.T-H.R shineth

92

91

62

Centipede-god

93

93

64

"Only One" shineth as the moon

 

94

67

great soul of WSI,R whom the gods commanded to copulate with him

   

69

soul within the blood uncovereth this great crown of Lower Kemet

94

95

73

i,d-wt "wombs"

 

96

75

Field of H.W

   

81-2

red cow which came forth from the sunshine

97

98

93

I am To-morrow & the Lord of Yesterday

   

94

a fly

98

99

96

hornless-antelopes

     

Neith crawleth

 

100

97

Foremost of the Westerners: "TO BE INSCRIBED UPON HIS HAND"

99

101

100

grain-god

     

qysw ("vomit") {cf. Vama-acara}

     

TNY ("lifting-up") {S`aNI}

   

105

his mind tm ("conceptualizeth") not

100

102

106

p3h^-t barque

   

107

over names

101

103

110

the soul striketh the male god MRTY with sceptre governeth him with rod; soul divideth the south from the north

 

104

111

I watch over the sceptres of the town wherein I am

102

105

112

d3w ("ferry-boat")

   

113

Great White One

     

Lord of Terror

   

115

the h.trw ("lashings") which were on my mouth have been removed {cf. removal of stitches from mouth of Loki}

103

106

116

i,bk3 ("wild swine") is loosed

   

117

eyen opened by the Eyeless One, the great star joined to H^M; ears are opened by this Falcon to whom men speak not [viz., praeternatural falcon]; pillar-amulet at throat lest breath be lacking

     

door is gnh33 by GB

104

107

118

"The crocodile and the pig have slept."

   

119

figs of the sunshine

   

120

"scalp of the sun-disk"

     

gates of DGNG

     

DAW knitteth-up fields

106

111

125

Silent Ones, the SMMTYW in Garden of Silence

 

112

126-7

knees of S3H. (Orion) which are on the shoulders of him who flew up and destroyed 1/2 of Pwn-t

   

128

proffer sand to the "broad of face" [= smiling] [as cure for "mental depression" (sp. 112, n. 1)]

     

heart of mine in Field of Rushes

   

129

my heart giveth gyw-plant to I,TM

107

113

130-1

in Broad Hall [cf. "broad face"] sand taken this heart of mine

108

114

132

qny (caerimonial garment)

   

133

NPR of redness, the knife hath no power over me

 

115

134

planting zizyphos (jujube)-trees

     

Sharp-knived One in front of the Jackal who is at peace

   

135

radiant ones help the Jackal in the great storm

     

hp-cord, guide-line, plumb-line

   

135-6

nest within the arms of H.NG the Great

109

116

136

confoederacy of the WRRw [determinate?]

 

117

138

wsr-t posts (jackal-headed) control the paths of His-face-is-behind-him

110

118

141

the Foremost Ones act as guides on the paths to the Great God

111

120

144

the Ennead of Spirits it is who open doors of houses

 

121

145

"I may pluck up the upper temples"; "I may judge the Enneads" {cf. "we shall judge angels" (1st Corinthians 6:3)}

112

122

146

gods in the twain h.tr-wy; 4th is S^W

 

123

 

4 gods went forth from the vertex of GB

 

124

147

5th, ye "neighboring" (s3h.-w) stars of Orion (S3H.)

 

125

 

the Imperishables keep the records of H^PRI,

 

126

148

released goddess M3<-t from the 7 of M3>-t, thereby loosing the pain of WSI,R {cf. loosing of Zeus from headache-pain by releasing Athene from him}

 

127

 

Lord of H^MNNW ("eight" town)

113

129

150

k3p ("roofed") chamber is entrance of paths in the sky:

     

the north is nigh gates; the south of the sky is open to the earth; men drive off the kt ("other" [fem.])

     

go thou down upon the western path because it is large; the eastern is difficult because it is small

 

130

 

the name of the small eastern road is "Cool-is-the-Nt-Crown"; the name of the large western path is "Bright-is-the-Crown-of-KMt" -- subsist on i,nb-plants

114

131

152

my (the deceased's) family & servants being saved from any god or goddess, from any spirits male or female, or from any dead man or woman

 

132

153

s^dh.-w ("regions"?) of the dwarves

   

154

I (I,TM) have sat with my back to GB {back-to-back: Ehecatl & Mictlan-tecuhtli; Theseus & Peirithoos}, for I will judge with Him whose name is hidden on the day when the princes pass by {cf. Aidoneus}

     

mooring-ropes of ferry-boat were severed

   

155

my (viz., of I,TM) family who are in P & Dp: my father in Ddw, my mother in On, my children in H^r<ah.a & Spa, my brethren in Abydos, and all my dependants in <ada, H.t-i,h.wt, & Ros-tau

   

155

bound persons were released to me (viz., I,TM)

   

156

horn st3 ("pulled out"?) n sp ("because of the fault of") my (viz., ITM's) father who is in Sh.sh.

     

mine (viz., I,TM's) is the stn which is prae-eminent in H.r-wr-i,h.wt

   

157

welcome! to me belongeth writing -- so saith Neith {cf. literacy of mediaeval Japanese noblewomen}

115

   

I (viz., Neith) have made bread for the great ones, w3h^ ("greens") for the middle-sized ones, and cakes for the little ones, whose faces are veiled

116

133

 

eye of the Great Lady

   

158

spat on the scalp of SW in order to heal it

 

134

 

"SEALING A DECREE FOR A MAN CONCERNING HIS FAMILY"

   

159

this good document of the Lady of Appearings, who granteth me (the deceased) my family

 

135

160

I am the [greenstone] papyrus-amulet which went forth from mankind -- "SEALING A DECREE ... FOR GIVING A MAN'S FAMILY TO HIM IN THE REALM OF THE DEAD"

 

136

161

these field-plots of the dwarves, also the circumference of H.nm

117

 

162-3

I (I,TM) sit with with my back to GB, I judge him with Him whose name is hidden on that night of slaughtering the great ones

118

137

166

h.w i,b tsm ("the authority of the heart of the hound "} nh.m-k3-t[w] ("shall be taken away from") R<, and cattle & poultry shall not go into the shambles of the god {cf. seizure of the cattle of solar god Huperion in Thrinakia}

     

q3-t ("door-bolt"?) closeth the h.rwd-t upon its i,n-t

   

168

the god who is in: On & H^r<ah.a;

in <abat & H.t-wr;

   

170

the authority of the heart {cf. qalb} of the hound {cf. kalb} in <abat & h.t-wr

119

138

172

fashioned SS^A-t, and her 3h^3 in addition

 

139

173

spat on NN-I,SSW in order to cure him

120

140

 

3h^3h^ ("ditches") overflow

     

GB hath covered that whence he went forth with s3g (= sg "woolen covering")

 

141

174

seeking his family in the sky, in the earth, and in the waters {cf. Daoist triune heaven, earth, waters}

121

143

175

hnhnw-barque, that of the Double Lion

   

176

GAH.TY speaketh to open the caverns in the Abyss

123

146

180-1

goeth "down into the sky ... into the waters" {cf. "waters which are above the firmament" (B-R>S^YT 1:7)}

   

189

h.b-i,b ("stairway")-rod shall be taken away from R<

   

196

p3q-cakes kneaded

123-4

 

199

staff (rod) is son of woman who is in charge of the Great Field

124

 

203

equipment of s^abti,: i,s^r-t "mattock", h.nk-w "panniers", h.nn "hoe"

     

kyw ("roll-call") of 3S-t, census of NW-t, great levy of the Double Lion

   

205

"ASSEMBLING THE FAMILY: FATHER, MOTHER, ... CHILDREN, WOMEN, CONCUBINES ... BELONGING TO A MAN FOR HIM IN THE REALM OF THE DEAD"

125

147

206

I,TN-I,B ("Contentious One") in the Two Fields of Offerings have judgement with Him of i,mn-rn ("hidden name")

   

208

gates of the Blue One,

   

209

door-bolts of the gods which go up from the western horizon

 

148

 

the lightning-flash striketh, the gods are afraid

   

214

blue-haired god within his egg

   

215

vanes of the 2 blue plumes

126

 

218

Great-of-Magic god

     

Lord of the Mansion of the Sacred Images

   

225

3dmw (= the sandal-wearer, 224)

127

149

228

s^pt-fish from the Island of Fire

   

238

h.3w-bird [which attacketh] with its wings,

   

240

to alight [in attack] upon his spine {cf. bird attacking spine in Arabia, as described by Herodotos}

   

241

human falcon, existing as falcon in the Mansion of the Foremost of the Westerners on account of the well-made magic knot

128

 

243

h.dq ("lop off") its <gg-t

   

252

"I defaecate with my hinder parts"

130

150

254

the lightning-flash striketh, the gods are afraid; falcons within the eggs in the nest

     

all the heavens are united, the north-wind conducteth me, her who is over the bykw ("falcon")-lamps

     

those who are nty3-w, the H.3tyw who eat the soul

 

151

257

my foot is on the s^prw

131

 

258

the lashing which belongeth to H.nty-mnyt-f

   

259

Barque of H^rp ("the Controller")

 

152

260

W< who riseth in the moon, who shineth in the moon

131-2

153

260-1

the Great One of the hnhnw-barque, the spirit in the Double Lion

132

 

263

the hnhnw-barque raiseth me up to the 2 barques of H^PRI,

 

154

276

I,MY-WHM-F serpent injured the mouth of R< whilst disputing h.r pss^-t I,wnw ("concerning the division of On")

   

278

I,MY-WHM-F brandished an harpoon

   

280

snw[-t] ("flagstaffs") for the Flagstaff-festival of R<, who met Him who weareth bright-red cloth:

   

282

R< set a trap for him, namely "a woman with braided hair" {cf. the whore-woman set as a trap by Gilgames^ for Enkidu; likewise for Yaotl}

132-3

 

284-6

shorn man had power in the 2 temples, and thereby became Greatest of the Seers

133

155

294

Smy ("Savior, Helper, Succourer") who keepeth secrets is the god in charge of the document-case in room which containeth the dbh.-w ("ritual robes")

   

296

1/5th part of the Eye of TB

134

156

312-4

the plume is stuck into the shoulder of WSI,R; the Red crown shineth in the bowl; the Eye is eaten

   

318

the plume into the shoulder of WSI,R in order to skm ("complete") the Red Crown in the bowl and to pacify the Eye for him who numbered it

135

157

330

(females) of the Mansion of I,3PW

     

(female) Sunshade-bearers of Adoration

   

338

white oryx; black pig

   

340

H.R fainted at his sight of the black pig

   

344-6

I,MSTY, H.APY, DUAMUTF, QBH.SNWF: their father is the Elder H.R, their mother is 3S-t

136

158

349

the hands of H.R were amputated and thrown by his mother into the water

   

353

they (the hands) were recovered, fished-up with a fish-weir by SBK

   

356

the hands were recovered in Nh^n, hence the half-monthly festival in RTr--rmw

138

159

366

he who roweth and tireth not

   

367

2 sycamores of turquoise

   

369-70

field: its enclosing-wall is of iron; its barley is 4 cubits tall (ear 1 cubit, stalk 3 cubits); its emmer is 7 cubits tall (ear 2 cubits, stalk 5 cubits)

   

371

these grains are reaped by 9-cubit-tall horizon-dwellers

   

372

H^wrr-calf & Morning-Star [are Souls of the Easterners, 371]

 

160

374-376

mountain Bah^w upon which the sky resteth: it is 300 rods long, and 120 rods wide

   

376

temple of SBK east of that mountain: it is of carnelian

   

376-8

SBK's serpent on the summit of that mountain: it is 30 cubits long, and the 3 cubits of its forepart (rearing-up) are of flint -- its name is WHN-F

139

161

388

Field of Rushes: its ear of grain is 2 cubits, grain's stalk is of 7 cubits, grain's leaf is of 4 cubits

     

Field of Rushes: its southern part is in the Lake of Waterfowl, its northern part is in the Lake of Geese

139-40

   

2 sycamores of turquoise, between which R< cometh forth at the gate at the east of the sky

140

162

 

the winds in the realm of the dead: these winds have been given to me by these maidens

   

389

the north-wind circulateth about the Isles

   

392

the east-wind openeth the caelestial windows

     

R< graspeth my hand and setteth me in this field of his {cf. [Hopi] god Masauwu grasping the hand of persons to bring them up from below}

   

395-6

the west-wind is the brother of H.3, the offspring of I,33W

   

398

the south-wind bringeth water, growth, & life

   

401

[ye 4 winds came into being ere, 400] there were bound up the jaws of M3TR-t, daughter of the Morning Star

   

404

in a barque 1000 cubits in length, I will navigate in to the Stairway of Baking, just as R< navigated to the Stairway of Baking

   

405

I will have bread outside Tnt

attributes of deities

vol. 1, page

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Part 2, utterance

deity

attribute

77

76

1

R<

barque

     

S^W

ladder

78

 

5

I,TM

Sole (unique) Eye

         

80

77

18

NW-t

braided hair

         

81

78

21

S^W

wings

         

82

79

26

I,TM

h.tt-t "armpit" {cf. armpit of [Maori] Tawhaki}

         

114

132

156

Neith

3h^3h^-w ("fibres"?) in the hearts [i.e., heart-strings]

     

I,TM

lapis lazuli

         

119

138

172

SS^A-t

3h^3

         

121

143

175

GB

doors

   

176

H^PRI,

hnhnw-barque

         

132

154

278

I,MY-WHM-F

harpoon

   

278-80

R<

flagstaffs

[Part & utterance were the enumerations used in:-

Adriaan de Buck: The Egyptian Coffin Texts.]

R. O. Faulker: The Ancient Egyptian Coffin Texts. Vol. 1. 1973.