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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.
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5. THE DECEASED KING RECEIVES OFFERINGS AND IS RE-ESTABLISHED IN HIS

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5. THE DECEASED KING RECEIVES OFFERINGS AND IS RE-ESTABLISHED IN HIS FUNCTIONS AND POSSESSIONS, UTTERANCES 223-225.

Utterance 223.

214a. To say: Awake. Turn around. O! O!

214b. O N., up, be seated before a thousand. loaves, a thousand mugs of beer;

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214c. the roast, thy double-rib piece (comes) from the slaughtering-bench, the rtḥ-bread from the broad-hall (wśḫ.t).

25a. As a god is provided with divine offerings, so N. is provided with his bread.

215b. Thou art come to thy ba, Osiris, a ba among the spirits, mighty in his domains,

215c. protected by the Ennead in the house of the prince.

216a. O N., betake thyself to me, approach thyself to me,

216b. be not far from the tomb, be not separated from me.

216c. I have given thee the eye of Horus; I have reckoned it to thee. O may it be pleasing to thee, with thee.

217a. O N., up, receive thy bread from (my) hand.

217b. To say four times: O N., I will be to thee a door-keeper.

Heading and postscript to Utterance 224.

218a. To say four times: An offering to him in all his dignities, in all his places.

218b. May Geb give an offering in all thy dignities, in all thy places.

Utterance 224.

218c. To say: Awake, N. Turn around, N.

218d. Thou hast come that thou mayest command in the regions of Horus;

218e. thou hast come that thou mayest command in the regions of Set;

218f. thou hast come that thou mayest command in the regions of Osiris.

219a. May the king make an offering: "in all thy dignities".

219b. Thy garment is a -loin-cloth; thy garment is a hśdd-loincloth;

219c. thou goest in sandals; thou slaughterest an ox;

220a. thou goest in the d-'n-boat, in all thy dignities, in all thy places.

220b. Thy nḥb.t-sceptre is at the head of the living, thy staff is at the head of the spirits,

220c. like Anubis, First of the Westerners; like ‘nd.ti, First of the Eastern nomes.

221a. How fortunate is thy condition! Thou art a spirit, O N., among thy brothers, the gods.

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221b. How changed it is! How changed it is! (So) protect thy children; beware of

221c. thy border (limitation) which is in the earth. To say four times: Clothe thy body (and) come into their presence.

Utterance 225.

A Variant of Utterance 224.

222a. To say: Awake, N.! Turn around, N.!

222b. Thou hast come that thou mayest command in the regions of Horus; (thou hast come) that thou mayest command in the regions of Set;

222c. that thou mayest speak in the regions of Osiris.

223a. May the king make an offering: Thy son is upon thy throne; thy garment is the pḥ.ti; thy garment is a ḫśdd-loincloth;

223b. thou goest in sandals; thou slaughterest an ox;

224a. thou goest in the d-‘n-boat, in all thy places, in all thy dignities

224b. Thy nḥb.t-sceptre is at the head of the living, thy staff is at the head of the spirits.

224c. The aged is come; he protects his son.

224d. May thy body be clothed, so that thou mayest come to [me]; and may [the eye of Horus] be pleasing to thee.


  

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