book of the dead


BD 148

BD 148 [very complex theme : attempt]     main theme : the 7 celestial cows , as eden-constructs now north ; + their names + their 4 new cardinal points ;   description : Zechariah 11 brought us here — the shepherd in the north is ‘a bull’ and ‘the flock’ mentioned there are these cows ; Joseph and Pharaoh’s dream : the seven cows from Pharaoh’s relate to “constructs” ; to right , scene from tomb of Ramses’ queen , showing seven cows lead by one bull – their names , as written in the mural , appear here – we tried to make some sense of what they can be ; Abraham and 7 sheep at the well : Abraham and the cut bull , restoring the covenant ; the sheep can be ‘the 7 cows’ here , because also these are related to a well (the…

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XV B (Mut-hetep) en XV C (Dublin papyrus) ;

  readable and comprehensible lines in bold not yet understood concepts or/and nonrunning lines in black themes :   notes : for each subsequent paragraph ; below main text ; perhaps open new tab for side-by-side comparison remarks : the chapters of the book of the dead are typically very hard to follow – first because of the extensive chapters , secondly because the relational context between the many different themes makes one lose sight of the general idea , and third because there are still concepts we don’t get yet .   BD XV 2 , ‘hymn to the setting sun’ (Dublin papyrus)   the true voice. [of] [blank space for name candidate]. Osiris. : the dome of nut [-T for the word-inside]. the mother. + [being] the one. to embrace [=to embrace hail at the beating-ground (eden-head) ] (qená). , [for] all. [mutilated eden-] light. [as] Rã [=our…

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BD XV

readable and comprehensible lines in bold not yet understood concepts or/and nonrunning lines in black themes : given title : ‘hymn to the rising sun’ notes : for each subsequent paragraph ; below main text ; perhaps open new tab for side-by-side comparison scribe Ani : pictured from his papyrus , together with his wife , to right ; the chapters of the book of the dead are typically very hard to follow – first because of the extensive chapters , secondly because the relational context between the many different themes makes one lose sight of the general idea , and third because there are still concepts we don’t get yet . Ani was ‘the scribe of Osiris’ ; the job of writing the Report includes the understanding of the themes mentioned in the prophets – and that includes also understanding the scribe of the opposition ; pinterest BD XV…

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het DroomGezicht, 2009