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d] [by] the opened word-inside (nu).. this. N's. existence (mátrix). to open (un)., [by] Rã's. shining backbone [one of two caduceaus in pillar] (pest'). [for] existence for the beautified-soul (canaanite spirit).; c] [by] to divinely climb upon the back of an animal [to become new] [upon cube] (tun). [in order for] the intestine coil. to tie together (thes) [the two lands,below]. [by] to divinely climb upon the back of an animal [cube]. to become to (be) purified (tur).;
b] the divine light of spirits (áukhu). to go things dissect (nemttu). [for] the great double door [of the pillar]. to open [the soul-pool,south] (sensh).;
a] [in order to have] eden's Sight (petrá). [by] the great double door [pillar,south]. [for] this. N's. existence (matrix). to open [and become new] (un).;
...though short, the concept is useful:
the "climbing upon the back of an animal" is what the ãnkh-torus is doing this "upon the top of the Cube";
exactly this same concept is depicted in Horus' temple in Karnak, see below, which' groundplan is a doubled-cube, and at the centre-point, in the middle betwéen those large halls, the procession took place where "Horus was carried via stairs to upon the roof"; [see upcoming Edfu chapters];
"edens sight", PETRÁ, incorporates strangely enough the glyph PET, "sky of this earth", which is obviously a mimick of eden's sky of real earth;
we do not yet gather the context of this term; but in several spells it appears to be the enemy of théir 'sight', MAA; it can therefore not be coincidence that He said to st.Peter "upon you I will build the church": that is, not upon the man himself, but upon the concept he carried: PETRá;
- note the "double door", the two pylons at the entrance