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  Six Principles of Magic
1. Every magician has a beautiful vision for the world.
2. Every system of magic is a single artists tool, used to reshape reality.
3. If you believe, it shall exist.
4. When you call, they will answer.
5. Success and failure, is one and the same: ignorance and depression is the enemy.
6. Be like all equally, and you shall unite; refuse and separate.

by Dalamar
 
  Mythology of THOTH
Thoth Egyptian God
Discover more about the myth and legend of Thoth & The Book of THOTH
 
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p. ix

CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

 

1

 

TRANSLATION

 

 

1.

Nut and the Deceased King, Utterances

1-11

20

2.

Ritual of Bodily Restoration of the Deceased, and Offerings, Utterances

12-203

22

3.

A Group of Prayers and Charms, Utterances

204-212

55

4.

A Series of Old Heliopolitan Texts Partly Osirianized, Utterances

213-222

58

5.

The Deceased King Receives Offerings and Is Re-established in His Functions and Possessions, Utterances

223-225

68

6.

Mostly Serpent Charms, Utterances

226-243

70

7.

The Deceased King Arrives in Heaven Where He Is Established, Utterances

244-259

74

8.

The Deceased King Triumphs over His Enemies and Is Recognized by the Gods, Utterances

260-262

83

9.

Means Whereby the Deceased King Reaches Heaven, Utterances

263-271

86

10.

The Deceased King fin Heaven, Utterances

272-274

92

11.

Charms, Utterances

275-299

95

12.

The Ferryman and the Deceased King's Ascension, Utterances

300-311

100

13.

A Series of Five Charms, Utterances

312-316

107

14.

Miscellaneous Utterances on the Career of the Deceased King in the Hereafter,

317-337

108

15.

Offerings for the Deceased King, Utterances

338-349

114

16.

Miscellaneous Utterances on the Hereafter,

350-374

117

17.

Conjurations and Charms, Utterances

375-400

130

18.

Utterances concerning Well-being, Especially Food and Clothes,

401-426

136

 

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19.

In Praise of Nut, Utterances

427-435

147

20.

Miscellaneous Texts-Some Largely Osirian, Utterances

436-442

149

21.

Second Series in Praise of Nut, Utterances

443-452

154

22.

A Miscellaneous Group, Utterances

453-486

157

23.

A Series of Food Texts, Utterances

487-502

182

24.

A Series of Reed-Floats and Ferryman Texts, Utterances

503-522

186

25.

Miscellaneous Texts Chiefly about the Deceased King's Reception and Life in Heaven, Utterances

523-533

204

26.

For the Protection of the Pyramid Enclosure against Osiris and His Cycle, Utterance

534

208

27.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

535-538

210

28.

A Litany of Ascension, Utterance

539

213

29.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

540-552

216

30.

Resurrection, Meal, and Ascension of the Deceased King, Utterance

553

219

31.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

554-562

221

32.

A Purification Litany, Utterance

563

225

33.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

564-569

227

34.

New-Birth of the Deceased King as a God in Heaven, Utterance

570

230

35.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

571-575

233

36.

The Resurrection and Ascension of the Deceased King, Utterance

576

237

37.

The Resurrection of Osiris with Whom the Gods Are Satisfied, Utterance

577

239

38.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

578-586

240

39.

An Early Hymn to the Sun, Utterance

587

246

40.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

588-600

248

41.

A Litany-like Incantation for the Endurance of a Pyramid and Temple, Utterance

601

254

42.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

602-605

256

43.

The Resurrection, Ascension, and Reception of the Deceased King in Heaven, Utterance

606

257

44.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

607-609

259

45.

The Deceased King on Earth and in Heaven, Utterance

610

261

46.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

611-626

263

 

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47.

The Ascended King, His Works, and Identifications, Utterance

627

268

48.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

628-658

270

49.

The Death of the King and His Arrival in Heaven, Utterance

659

278

50.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

660-669

279

51.

The Death, Resurrection, and Spiritualization of the King, Utterance

670

294

52.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

671-675

295

53.

Resurrection, Transfiguration, and Life of the King in Heaven, Utterance

676

298

54.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

677-683

299

55.

The Deceased King Ascends to Heaven, Utterance

684

302

56.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

685-689

303

57.

A Series of Addresses to the Deceased King as a God, Utterance

690

307

58.

Texts of Miscellaneous Contents, Utterances

691-704

309

59.

A Series of Unclassifiable Fragments, Utterances

705-714

319


  

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