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Papyrus of Ani – Hymn to Ausar

The Papyrus of Ani – Hymnal | GeniusTHE EGYPTIAN BOOK OF THE DEAD
Translated by E.A. Wallis Budge (1895)

THE PAPYRUS OF ANI – 1240 BC

HYMN TO OSIRIS
“(1) Hail to thee, Osiris, lord of eternity, king of the gods, thou who hast many names, thou disposer of created things, thou who hast hidden forms in the temples, thou sacred one, thou KA who dwellest in Tattu, thou mighty (2) one in Sekhem, thou lord to whom invocations are made in Anti, thou who art over the offerings in Annu, thou lord who makest inquisition in two-fold right and truth, thou hidden soul, the lord of Qerert, thou who disposest affairs in the city of the White Wall, thou soul of Ra, thou very body of Ra who restest in (3) Suten-henen, thou to whom adorations are made in the region of Nart, thou who makest the soul to rise, thou lord of the Great House in Khemennu, thou mighty of terror in Shas-hetep, thou lord of eternity, thou chief of Abtu, thou who sittest upon thy throne in Ta-tchesert, thou whose name is established in the mouths of Continue reading

Metu Neter – 1. Law of Ausar

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Your nature is unconquerable peace, therefore nothing or no one in the world can face you. All experiences come to you to promote your reclamation of peace, that you may in turn acquire wisdom and spiritual power.

Reasoning: If attaining our natural state of peace in situations of challenge enhances our intuition and spiritual strength, then we should not label situations of challenge as detrimental to our being. If a bad event cannot be avoided, what is the point of allowing it to degrade us, when it can be used for enhancement by manifesting the proper attitude?

METU NETER Vol. 2, Pg. 111 Continue reading

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