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    From Book Of Thoth:

    14. in tky=k r tA H.t mAy nt Xr [. . .]

    15. nAy iwiw.w nAy wnS.w nAy kA.w nt S[. . .]

    16. nAyHf.w nAy Hf.wt nAy X.wt D[tf.wt. . .]

    17. nAy sf.w nAy inw.w nAy X.wt [. . .]

    14. Have you looked to the chapel of the lion which is under [. . .]

    15. These dogs, these jackals, these bulls which . . .[. . .]

    16. These male snakes, these female snakes, these bodies of rep[tiles(?). . .]

    17. These swords, these lances, these bodies [. . .]

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    B02, 11/1 12 (Disciple) “He will go to the House of Life. He will hunt (grg) in

    the . . . magicians.”

    B02, 11/2 (Master) “The way of the dog . . . , the places of going to the House

    of Life are they.”

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    13. nA bA.w

    14. Ra st n nb[.w Dn]H i-ir=w Hl r pA Rx SPATIUM mtw=f pAy=w mniw nt ir n=w

    Xl|.w s[t]

    15. gaA r wAH=w [i-i]r tr.v=f mH pAy pA sX nA|y=f D[w.w nAy] nA Dma.w D st

    16. Xn pAy=f Vyb Mr-rx D=f tw=y wxA ir wHy r nA twA.w n istn

    17. mtw=y grg [nAy=f] bA.w

    13. The bas

    14. of Re, they are possessors of wings. They fly to the Wise-One. SPATIUM

    He is their herdsman

    who makes for them sustenance. They

    15. are quiet so as to place themselves by him. The document is a nest. The

    books are its/his young

    ones. That is, t[hey are]

    16. in his shade. The-one-who-loves-knowledge, he says: “I desire to make an

    explanation (or “be a

    fisherman/bird-catcher”) of the signs (or “praises”) of Isten,

    17. and I will hunt his bas

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    20. m-ir Hsy [r sSt]

    21. bw-ir=w wnm [aq(?)] n pr-HD [bw-ir=w sn]t n DbA rnp.t n ab [bw-ir=w]

    22. mwt rnp.t n [At(?). . .] in-iw=k rx r Hm bw-ir=w wny.v=k . . .

    20. Do not weary of [catching birds.]

    21. They do not eat [bread(?)] of the store-room. They do not fear retribution

    in a year of misery.

    [They do not]

    22. die in a year of [pestilence(?). . . ]. Are you able to net (or “fish”)? They do

    not neglect you. . . .

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    6. His oudjat-eye saw before the road. He led (or “went”) upon the road of the

    divine spirits.

    7. The signs revealed their forms. He called to them. They answered to him.

    8. He knew the form of speech of the baboons and the ibises.

    9. He went about truly in the path of the dog. He did not restrain their

    barkings.

    10. He understood the barking of these and these cries of the vizier.

    (Note for “7” )

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    2. pA hb Hr pA hbyn “ The ibis was upon the ebony tree.”

    10. Sm n=f bnw r Bb[l] “The Benu-bird went away to Babylon.”

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    1. H[b wp-st] H[eb-]Names, to [wit:]

    2 Hn=[y-r-wsir] [I]-have-inclined-myself-[to-Osiris]

    3. Hn=[y-r-] is.t [I]-have-inclined-myself-[to]-Isis

    4. Hri=s She-is-satisfied

    5. Hri=s. . .-n=f She-is-satisfied-with-him

    6. Hri-s-n=s She-is-satisfied-with-her

    7. Hri.n=s-is.t Isis-is-satisfied-with-her

    8. Hri-n=s-wsir Osiris-is-satisfied-with-her

    9. Hri-Imn Amun-is-satisfied

    10. Hri-ni.t Neith-is-satisfied

    11. Hri-iaH Iah-is-satisfied

    12. [H]ri-pA-Ra Pre-is-satisfied

    13. [Hr]i-ptH Ptah-is-satisfied

    14. [Hr]i-+Hwt Thoth-is-satisfied

    15. H[ri]-#nsw Khonsu-is-satisfied

    16. Hri-Imn-(ip)y Amenope-is-satisfied

    [N]re wp st [Ne]re-Names, to wit:

    [Ni.t]-i-ir-di-s [Neith]-is-the-one-who-gave-him/her

    [Ni.t]-i-ir-rx-s [Neith]-is-the-one-who-knows-him/her

    [Ni.t]-m-HA.t [ Neith]-is-at-the-front

    Nb.t-imAw Nebetyamu

    iy.n=i xr=k $nm xnty pr-anx apr m [mDA.wt(?)] wn=i hn pgA=i [mDA.wt(?)] r

    Aw=sn Hm=i Dsr.w=k StA.w r nS.w

    “I come to you, Khnum, foremost one of the House of Life, supplied with my

    [book-rolls(?)]. I

    open the chests. I unroll all the [book-rolls]. I net for your secret sacred forms

    (more numerous)

    than grains of sand. . .”

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    19. . . . so he says: Who are you? What is that which you have sought? Who

    are you? Who are you?

    . . .”

    The Disciple answers:

    20. I am the One-who-loves-knowledge, the one who has sought the work of

    the Ibis, He then declares

    himself ready to undertake the difficult work of scribal training.

    The Master replies:

    4. So he says, namely, the One-who-Praises-Knowledge, he says: “Do you smell

    of myrrh? Do not

    enter into the House of Life. Stinking Bulls are the ones who are in [it(?).]

    5. . . . Do you have a wife? Do you have a daughter? You do not then have a

    place here (in the

    House of Life)! Place your face (to it)!

    6. . . . or is it the father who has sent you or a teacher who has raised his . . . .

    7. The-One-who-Loves-Knowledge, he says: “I know the abominations (bwt)

    which are in the

    Chamber of Darkness. I come in their lack.”

    8. My abomination is wine. . . the perfume of myrrh. . . my clothes. I am in

    eagerness. . . .

    9. So he says, namely, the One-who-Praises-Knowledge, he says: The ibises

    who are here, difficult

    is their food, painful is their mode of life.

    10. They do not sate themselves with bread. They do not become drunk with

    wine. They do not

    annoint with unguent. Their abomination is saying a name to the bedroom(?).

    11. . . . some sšl-animals are the ones who remain at their mouths.

    12. Some snakes are upon the two lips. Their offering is dog. Their food is

    baboon donkey. Their

    fruit is the reptiles [. . .]

    13. Will you be able to live with the ones who are in their cave? What is their

    mode of serving?

    14. He-who-loves-knowledge, he says: “I will wash off the scribal jars and wipe

    the scribal

    boxes(?). I will blow off the dust from the papyrus containers. I will fill the

    remainder.

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    15. I will light the torches, I will prepare coal for the . . .

    B07, 17. “[I] (the disciple) wish to bark among the dogs of Shai (=Seshat), the

    great one.”

    n-tr D=f iXy n rn n tA sx.t D=f s r nA iH.w [nt skA]

    4. When he said “reed-thicket” as the name of the field, he said it with regard

    to the

    oxen which plow.

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    Who Was Thoth?

    Thoth is Prophet of God in Egypt,Thoth is Prophet Enoch or Hermes in

    Greek,Mercury in Rome,Idrees in Islam

    “Writing is a sea,its reeds are a shore,Hasten therein little one,little one!”

    -Thoth (From Book of Thoth)