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f] the West. [for] all. am i (nuk).;
j] [as] the divine word. [it’s] doorkeeper. head (main doorkeeper). [for] the [an-] face (north)., [and by] me. [in] the exalted [high place] (qa). i] the words the dimension to fill (meh’u). of [=for]. the house. to give.; [by] them (ad.souls). am I. [!] (nuk).;
h] [as] the divine r-r-t (see note). of [=for]. Osiris’. post-eden dimension [solarplane] (agba). am i (nuk).;
g] [as] he. to equip. of [=by]. the m-b-soul-adam-like masculine covering (thai). [for] Hemen (proto-Horus). [by] the divine woman [Eve!] (h’emt).;
f] the divine r-r-t. [of] existence (matrix). [for] the divine ancestors (pãtu). [by] the foremost [Adam-glyph!]. to drag., e] [into] the place of Õn., [in order] of [=for]. the headcloth-chest [aspects for the head from hebrew-H]. to haul in (stha). d] [for] Tem (‘to complete’) (*pic,áten), [by means of] the Theph’et-cave (south,adamite heads). to open (un).;
c] he (the). ‘corner’ [attaching point of cube to solarplane, qenbet). to divinely engrave (pteh’ deity). [in order for] thou. existence. to make to stand upright (s-ãhã).;
b] [and] Isis (ruling adamite throne). thou. existence. [by] existence (eden’s). to make., [as] thou. house. [of] existence. [and to] thou. speech. to come., of [=by] (means of) a] to bury [the adamite soul] (qeres]. [for] union (t’emt’). of. existence (matrix).;
1] r-r-t, often R-R-TÁ, "the staff (of adam rule) for the double-lion-mouth"; this double lionmouth should be the Áten and white hole - since the staff is connected, the latter may function as "plumbline" to them, where possibly the original staff is the river, as plumbline, coming down from the mountain;
note the the phrase "Horus, bý the divine woman"; where in other CT, likewise Horus declares to be the child of the adamite soul [ illegal, ofcourse];