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TUAT III

THIRD HOUR MIDDLE REGISTER IN the scene which illustrates the THIRD DIVISION of the Tuat, which is passed through by the Sun-god during the THIRD HOUR of the night, we see the boat of the god making its way over the waters of the river in the underworld. The dead Sun-god AF stands within a shrine in the form of a ram-headed man, as before, but there is a change in the composition of the crew, which now consists only […]

TUAT XII

visual: the pillar of the ãnkh torus, and the vesica North renewing daily the dome of the torus; the concept being similar as an oil well, spreading stolen essence in umbrella-like fashion as the Dome of the torus; the standing deity is Shu, the pillar, holding up the dome; below him is the earth-god Geb [in the south!]; ‘earth’ is to the left of Shu; the fields of Saturn to his right; TWELFTH HOUR sofiatopia org THE TWELFTH DIVISION of the […]

TUAT VI

SIXTH HOUR MIDDLE REGISTER IN the scene which illustrates the SIXTH DIVISION Of the Tuat, which is passed through by the Sun-god during the SIXTH HOUR of the night, we see, in the middle register, the dead Sun-god AFU-RA. “the light + flesh” once again standing in his boat, under the canopy, accompanied by his usual company of gods. He is no longer in the serpent boat wherein he passed through the domain of Sekri, and he is no longer […]

TUAT V, part II

FIFTH HOUR —— UPPER REGISTER repeating overall picture for Your convenience PART III: UPPER REGISTER In the upper register are:- 1. The goddess AMENTIT [no indication she is], standing with her arms stretched out in front of her at right angles to her body, and wearing the feather of Maat on her head, [it may also be a ‘Shu feather’, axis; then her position with arms straightforward would indicate “a change of axis”… see next part about the axes], – […]

TUAT V

MIDDLE REGISTER hour V IN the scene that illustrates the FIFTH Division of the Tuat, which is passed through by the Sun-god during the FIFTH HOUR Of the night, we see the boat of the sun being drawn along by seven gods and seven goddesses The text containing the address of the Sun-god to the seven gods is broken away, and all that remains of it reads, “This great god maketh his journey by means of those who tow him […]