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Ten Commandments, Moses, Papyrus Of Nu, Hail, Yahuwa

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The Ten Commandments By Moses an Israelite Vs The Egyptian Book Of The Dead, Papyrus Of Nu.

Moses an Israelite Exodus chapter 20, verses 1-19.

1. You are to have no (Akhair), other Eloheem except me.
2. You will not make for yourself any (Fehsel), idol at all, of any (Temoonaw), likeness in the (Shawmahyim) skies

(Mahal) above or that in the whole planet earth from beneath or in the waters underneath the planet.
3. You will not (Shawkhaw) prostrate yourself to them nor (Awbad) enslave yourself to them, for I a Yahuwa Eloheek. I am a (Qannaw) jealous (El) one (Fawqad) visiting the (Awwone) iniquity of the (Awb) father upon the (Bane) children up to the (Shillaysh) third and (Ribbayah) fourth generation of them that (Sawnay) hate me.
4. You should not take the (Shawme) name of a Yahuwa Eloheek and use it (shaww) falsely for a Yahuwa will not hold him (Nawqaw) guiltless, that takes his (Shame) name and use it (shaww) falsely.
5. (Zawkar) remember the Sabbath day and keep it (Qawdash) holy.
6. You are not to (Rawtsakh) fight to kill.
7. You are not to (Nawaf) commit abominations.



8. You will not (Gawnab) Steal.

9. You are not to (Awnaw) bear (Shehker) false (Ayd) witness against your (Rayah) neighbours.

10. You will not (Khawmad) desire your Israelite neighbour's house, you will not desire your Israelite neighbour's wife, nor his male and female slaves, nor his ox and ass, nor anything that is your Israelite neighbour's.


Jesus & Disciples

The Egyptian Book Of The Dead, Papyrus Of Nu
A Tiny Example Of the Egyptian Version From The Book Of The Dead According To Sir E. A. W. Budge.
Hail, Usekh-nemmt, who comest forth from Anu, I have not committed sin.
Hail, Hept-khet, who comest forth from Kher-aha, I have not committed robbery with violence.
Hail, Fenti, who comest forth from Khemenu, I have not stolen.
Hail, Am-khaibit, who comest forth from Qernet, I have not slain men and women.
Hail, Neha-her, who comest forth from Rasta, I have not stolen grain.
Hail, Ruruti, who comest forth from heaven, I have not purloined offerings.
Hail, Arfi-em-khet, who comest forth from Suat, I have not stolen the property of God.
Hail, Neba, who comest and goest, I have not uttered lies.
Hail, Set-qesu, who comest forth from Hensu, I have not carried away food.
Hail, Utu-nesert, who comest forth from Het-ka-Ptah, I have not uttered curses.
Hail, Qerrti, who comest forth from Amentet, I have not committed adultery, I have not lain with men.
Hail, Her-f-ha-f, who comest forth from thy cavern, I have made none to weep.
Hail, Basti, who comest forth from Bast, I have not eaten the heart.
Hail, Ta-retiu, who comest forth from the night, I have not attacked any man.

Hail, Unem-snef, who comest forth from the execution chamber, I am not a man of deceit.
Hail, Unem-besek, who comest forth from Mabit, I have not stolen cultivated land.
Hail, Neb-Maat, who comest forth from Maati, I have not been an eavesdropper.
Hail, Tenemiu, who comest forth from Bast, I have not slandered [no man].

Hail, Sertiu, who comest forth from Anu, I have not been angry without just cause.
Hail, Tutu, who comest forth from Ati, I have not debauched the wife of any man.
Hail, Maa-antuf, who comest forth from Per-Menu, I have not polluted myself.
Hail, Her-uru, who comest forth from Nehatu, I have terrorized none.

Immaculate, Conception, Osiris, Isis, Horus, set, Ra, Queen

Osiris Horus

The Immaculate Conception

Aset conceived Har "Horus " after the passing of Asaru "Osiris" through Magic by the Neter "Supreme Being" Tehuti.


This was the same story around the birth of Christ. Mary was visited by the Eloheem, Neter "Supreme being", Gabriel and conceived Jesus of the Holy Ghost or magic or some divine Intervention.


O my brothers and my sisters, gather around me that I may tell the tale of the Before-Time, of the Golden Age when the gods walked upon the earth with us. Know then that in those ancient days, long before even the grandfather of our Pharaoh's grandfather was born, Osiris the great-grandson of Ra sat upon the throne of the gods, ruling over the living world as Ra did over the gods. He was the first Pharaoh, and his Queen, Isis, was the first Queen.


They ruled for many ages together, for the world was still young and Grandmother Death was not as harsh as she is now. His ways were just and upright, he made sure that Maat remained in balance, that the law was kept. And so Maat smiled upon the world. All peoples praised Osiris and Isis, and peace reigned over all, for this was the Golden Age.


Yet there was trouble. Proud Set, noble Set, the brother of Osiris, he who defended the Sun Boat from Apep the Destroyer, was unsettled in his heart. He coveted the throne of Osiris. He coveted Isis. He coveted the power over the living world and he desired to take it from his brother. In his dark mind he conceived of a plot to kill Osiris and take all from him. He built a box and inscribed it with wicked magic that would chain anyone who entered it from escaping. Set took the box to the great feast of the gods. He waited until Osiris had made himself drunk on much beer, then challenged Osiris to a contest of strength.

Above left Osiris and next to it Osiris and Horus.


Each one in turn would enter the box, and attempt, through sheer strength, to break it open. Osiris, sure in his power yet feeble in mind because of his drink, entered the box. Set quickly poured molten lead into the box.


Osiris tried to escape, but the wicked magic held him bound and he died. Set then picked up the box and hurled it into the Nile where it floated away.


Set claimed the throne of Osiris for himself and demanded that Isis be his Queen. None of the other gods dared to stand against him, for he had killed Osiris and could easily do the same to them. Great Ra turned his head aside and mourned, he did not stand against Set. This was the dark time. Set was everything his brother was not.


He was cruel and unkind, caring not for the balance of Maat, or for us, the children of the gods. War divided Egypt, and all was lawless while Set ruled. In vain our people cried to Ra, but his heart was hardened by grief, and he would not listen. Only Isis, blessed Isis, remembered us. Only she was unafraid of Set. She searched all of the Nile for the box containing her beloved husband. Finally she found it, lodged in a tamarisk bush that had turned into a mighty tree, for the power of Osiris still was in him, though he lay dead. She tore open the box and wept over the lifeless body of Osiris.


She carried the box back to Egypt and placed it in the house of the gods. She changed herself into a bird and flew about his body, singing a song of mourning. Then she perched upon him and cast a spell. The spirit of dead Osiris entered her and she did conceive and bear a son whose destiny it would be to avenge his father. She called the child Horus, and hid him on an island far away from the gaze of his uncle Set.

She then went to Thoth, wise Thoth, who knows all secrets, and implored his help.


She asked him for magic that could bring Osiris back to life. Thoth, lord of knowledge, who brought himself into being by speaking his name, searched through his magic. He knew that Osiris' spirit had departed his body and was lost. To restore Osiris, Thoth had to remake him so that his spirit would recognize him and rejoin. Thoth and Isis together created the Ritual of Life, that which allows us to live forever when we die. But before Thoth could work the magic, cruel Set discovered them. He stole the body of Osiris and tore it into many pieces, scattering them throughout Egypt. He was sure that Osiris would never be reborn. born by lumping it on the stone. Bottom left Isis and next to it Horus.


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Yet Isis would not despair. She implored the help of her sister Nephthys, kind Nephthys, to guide her and help her find the pieces of Osiris.


Long did they search, bringing each piece to Thoth that he might work magic upon it.


When all the pieces were together, Thoth went to Anubis, lord of the dead.


Anubis sewed the pieces back together, washed the entrails of Osiris, embalmed him wrapped him in linen, and cast the Ritual of Life.


When Osiris' mouth was opened, his spirit reentered him and he lived again.


Yet nothing that has died, not even a god, may dwell in the land of the living.


Osiris went to Duat, the abode of the dead.


Anubis yielded the throne to him and he became the lord of the dead.


There he stands in judgment over the souls of the dead.


He commends the just to the Blessed Land, but the wicked he condemns to be devoured by Ammit.


When Set heard that Osiris lived again he was wroth, but his anger waned, for he knew that Osiris could never return to the land of the living.


Without Osiris, Set believed he would sit on the throne of the gods for all time.


Yet on his island, Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis, grew to manhood and strength.


Set sent many serpents and demons to kill Horus, but he defeated them.


When he was ready, his mother Isis gave him great magic to use against Set, and Thoth gave him a magic knife.


Horus sought out Set and challenged him for the throne.


Set and Horus fought for many days, but in the end Horus defeated Set and castrated him.


But Horus, merciful Horus, would not kill Set, for to spill the blood of his uncle would make him no better than he.


Set maintained his claim to the throne, and Horus lay claim himself as the son of Osiris.


The gods began to fight amongst another, those who supported Horus and those who supported Set.


Banebdjetet leaped into the middle and demanded that the gods end this struggle peacefully or Maat would be imbalanced further.


He told the gods to seek the council of Neith.


Neith, warlike though wise in council, told them that Horus was the rightful heir to the throne.


Horus cast Set into the darkness where he lives to this day