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The Myth of Ra (The Supreme Sun-God of Egypt); With Copious Citations From the Solar and Pantheistic Litanies
by:William Ricketts Cooper
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1877. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 6. The last section of the Ritual which we shall cite is that called " The Orientation." It, together, with Chapter clxiil, is written in a still more...
This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1877. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 6. The last section of the Ritual which we shall cite is that called " The Orientation." It, together, with Chapter clxiil, is written in a still more ambiguous style than the preceding, and it practically concludes the Ritual. In the Orientation the god Thoth is described as opening the gates of the four winds of heaven to the deceased and of each of them it is written, "The Sun lives; the Tortoise, or the evil one, dies"; and the nature of the abodes of the deity is an unknown and an unutterable mystery, which is not known to rustics or the uneducated, and is to be rigidly kept as a secret from every living soul. 7. The chief work, however, in which the esoteric authors of the Myth of Ha is contained is that great litany which is called the Litany of the Sun, which ascribes to that divinity the paramount superiority over all the gods, and which, next to the Ritual of the Dead, is the longest of the sacred writings of the Egyptians. Unlike the Ritual, the Litany of Ra is not found complete on any one papyrus or on any one mural inscription, while as a composition the date of its compilation must be ascribed to that of the xviiith dynasty, or 1,700 years B.C. Although litanies on papyri exist yet, the chief copies now extant are those which are engraved on the walls of the tombs of Ramesside kings of the XlXth dynasty in the Beban el Moluk. These extensive catacombs, which take their rank among the most stupendous monuments ever executed in honour of the dead, are, in many of the chambers and along the corridors and staircases leading to the final vault where the royal sarcophagus was deposited, completely covered with chapters from the Litany of Ra, illustrated by a variety of symbolic vignettes containing man...
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