I hated everybody equally.
And I have come before thee that I may be with thee to behold thy Disk every day. I am the divine Heir, the exalted one. Grant thou that I may be victorious in the presence of the company of the gods.
Behold, I gather together the charm [from every place where] it is, and from every man with whom it is, swifter than greyhounds and quicker than light. Nu, the overseer of the palace, the chancellor-in-chief, triumphant, saith: My forms are the forms of the god Khepera, the hair of the earth of Tem, the hair of the earth of Tem.
Thou wakest as thou settest, and thy habitation is in Manu. I am the Bull. Thou didst stretch out the heavens wherein thy two eyes 14 might travel, thou didst make the earth to be a vast chamber for thy Khus, so that every man might know his fellow.
Grant thou that I may have power over the divine princes who have their habitations in the place of the god of the inundation, even as they have power over their own holy god of whose name they are ignorant; and may they let me have power even as [he hath let them have power].
My phallus is the phallus of Osiris. I open [a way among] the horns of all those who would do harm unto me, who keep themselves hidden, who make themselves adversaries unto me, and those who are upon their bellies.
This being is Osiris, and he maketh entreaty for his tomb. Thou art acknowledged by Isis who seeth her son in thee, the lord of fear, the mighty one of terror.
I snuff the wind of the East by his head, and I lay hold upon the breezes of the West thereby….
I draw the hair of my nostrils, and I make my way into every place in which I wish to sit. I am the guide in the boat of Ra, and he openeth out for me a path; he maketh a passage for me through the gates of the god Seb.
Thou settest as a living being in the hidden place. Let me journey on in peace; let me pass over the sky; let me adore the radiance of the splendor [which is in] my sight; let me soar like a bird to see the companies. I have come, I have been judged, I have come forth therein, [I] have power with my father, the Old man, Nu.
The hearts of the lords of the Tuat underworld are glad when thou sendest forth thy glorious light in Amentet; their two eyes are directed toward thee, and they press forward to see thee, and their hearts rejoice when they do see thee.
The god Thoth shieldeth my body altogether, and I am Ra day by day. Thy father [Ta-]tunen raiseth thee up and he placeth both his hands behind thee; thou becomest endowed with divine attributes in [thy] members of earth; thou wakest in peace and thou settest in Manu.
Ra hath overthrown thy words, the gods have turned thy face backward, the Lynx hath torn open thy breast, the Scorpion hath cast fetters upon thee; and Maat hath sent forth thy destruction. I am he who cometh forth, advancing, whose name is unknown. Let me have my being in the body of [my] father Seb, [and in the body of my] mother Nut.
The Osiris of the gods goeth as leader through the Tuat underworldhe crasheth through mountains, he bursteth through rocks, he maketh glad. I myself am not known, but I am he who knoweth thee. Set thou Right and Truth firmly upon their throne, make thou the writings to draw nigh, and set thou up the goddesses in the presence of Osiris, the mighty god, the Prince of everlastingness, who counteth his years, who hearkeneth unto those who are in the islands or poolswho raiseth his right shoulder, who judgeth the divine princes, and who sendeth [Osiris] into the presence of the great sovereign princes who live in the underworld.
Thou dost place thyself in the west, and my two hands are [raised] in adoration [of thee] when thou settest as a living being. I have sat in the birth-chamber of Osiris, and I was born with him, and I renew my youth along with him.
Osiris Nu, triumphant, saith: Hathor quaketh with terror, and Ra hath triumphed over Apep. My neck is the neck of the divine goddess Isis.
The overseer of the palace, the chancellor-in-chief, Nu, triumphant, saith: Their habitation hath gone forth to the block of the East, their heads have been cut off; their necks have been destroyed; their thighs have been cut off; they have been given over to the Great Destroyer who dwelleth in the valley of the grave; and they shall never come forth from under the restraint of the god Seb.
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