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The Egiptian Attributes Book

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This is a book about Egiptian names and their meanings and the story behind names.
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III. Rev. Dr.

Malachi Zodell Yorll 330

Deputy Grand Master Of The State Of Georgia Affiliated With The Most Worshipful Pride Of Georgia Grand Lodge AF & AM. S.G.H.

"Supreme Grand Hierophant'

Of The Ancient Egiptian Order And A Noble Of The Ancient Arabic Order Nobles Of

The Mystic Shrine Mecca Temple No.1

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f>3 T~ma-reye·Ren~aat,'

"Tbe Egiptian Names".

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i of, T;he ~no)ient~irttanOrder ,

Hosea 12:9

.'. "AndI That Am The 'Lord Thy God From 1il'ze Land GfEiJlptWiltl ret

Make Thee To Dwell In' Tabernacles,

As In The.Days Of TheSolemn Feast."

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. Conferred By: .

. Suprem.,e.Grand Rier(i),.haiIt S.G,Hi

, ., . , ' '72.oth Degir.ee. . . ;'

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Pa Tama-reye Renaat

___ _____,- __ -,----TheEgiptian Names., ~, _

TABLE OF CONTENTS .

~i\nthor's Note .• ,~ ......•. """"'~""""""""":""""" P'age I,

IQues: What'Is A Cartouche And It's Significance ' In

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Aaeient gipt . ' age 5

Ques: How Did The Tama-Reyeaat 'Egiptians' Go About

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Having Their Naming Ceremony? ~; Page 19

'Ques: ' Exactly How Did, AsetObtain That Secret

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,arne, ' ,................................ age··

Ques: What Is A Name? .. : :.~ ~.~ Page27

Ques: Where DidtbeNa~.es We Have Today Come

From? ~ ~ ,.: ; .. ~ ; . Page·.27

Ques: How ShouldNames Be·Chosen?: : Page, 29

Ques: How Did The Tama-Reyeaat ~"EgiptiaIi" Go About

Having Their Naming Ceremony? ; Page 34,

Ques: Is Ther~tAnytbing I Should Avqid.When Choosing.

A Proper Egiptian Name? ; Page 39

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Ques: What Is The Importance Of tTsHaving Our Own

Nam~s? : ~ ; Page 39'

Ques: You .Were Known By Many Different Names, Why Did You Change Your Name So Many Times? .... ~ ... Page 40

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Ques: What Is The Difference Between Neter, Netert,

Neteru AndNeteraatz ~ : Page 43

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??tany \ People, Today, ,Especially Tam~-Reyeaat,

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:'~Egiptians", Take .On New Names, Their Reasons May Be

Religious, Political. Or The Rediscovery Of One's Heritage Or Cultural B~ckground. In Some Cases, The Par~nts Will' Not Change Their' Own Names But Will, Give Their Children

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Creative African, Aramic, Syriac, Egiptian And Nuwaupic "

Names. The Masses Who Are Ignorant Of The Greater Spiritual Reality, Develop prtde Because They Come From.A Ce,J,iainR:~ligion, Family Or, CountrY. And ThIS Pride Is C:arriedlnto Their Renaat 'Names', i.

Every Time Pa Renaat "The Names'lAre Mention d, It Is A Reinforcement Of That Pride And Egoism. "low Wonderful Am I To Be A Part Of The Muhammadan Cl n", And So On. Little Do They' Reali:z;e That While Ih y Ar

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Frolicking Tn The World Of Their Qwn Creation, Th y /\1'

With-Earth's Many .Lights Called Religion, Blinding Th 'In '1'1) Th¢ Greater Reality That Is Abo~t Them. 'They'" In 1"111'1 Accept~ng"SOinething That Is Fleeting And JlII,H{ I' '111111 Leads To, Endless Frustrations, Worrie And Slt'O, Ov I '1111 Higher Reality, Which Is Transcend nt 1, 'l rn II, /\1It1 '11111

Fulfilling; A Ren ','Name" That Relat I 'I o 'I'll W t III I ( J I

Egoism, Materialism And Ignoran I '111 \ I /\ M 1111111111 This Is The Degradation Of Th llo II (Ill" '1'1111 I 'III "" Spiritual IgnoraJ.1 ,T11 t.tl'" 11 Il inl /\1 I) It' II 'III II 1111t11

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In Ancient Egipt, The Ren "Name" Of All'A'aferti "Pharaoh"

Did .Not Merely Label A Person Or Thing, .It Formed AI. ' Profound Element Of Identity, Itself. ,Renaa~ "N':ml,e~(.of Uraat"Rul(.'!rs" Carried Particular FQrce, Because The Rulel' Of Egipt Acted As An Early Earthly Counterpart To Th.e Sun Supreme Being Re Or Ra. The Name Ra Is What The Greeks Call Him, Which They Took From The Original Egiptian Ren "Name" Re .As The Egiptian Cal1 Him, At His Ascension To The Throne, The A'aferti "Pharaoh" Totik Many Titles To Express His Divine Gadur "Power", Thes,e Titles And Their Birth Names Were Ihscribed'Inside Of What I ommonly Known As A Cartouche.

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'C, ADs: First Let's Define The Word Cartouche According To "The American Heritage Dictionary"] '

car-touche.« ~ar·touch(kar-toosh') ri,:1. 'A structure " ' 'or figure, often in the shape of an 'ovalshield. or oblong

:, scroll, used as an architectural or graphic orhament or to .bear a design or inscription. 2. An oval or oblong figure in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics .that encloses characters

,J .expressing the naines or epithets of royal 'or' divine

, personages. '3. A heavy paper cartridge case: [French, froll1 Italian cartoccio, paper cornet, fromfarta, card.paper, :,

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. Pa Shenuaat "The Cartouches"

The Word Cartouche Is A Frehch Word Meaning "A Jl I. 'I' Papi,r;Cqrtilage Caser., This)s N~t l'h:e,Qriginal Nt1l11 (I

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Cart~uche Is An Elongated, Version .Of An Ancient Egiptian Amulet Called The Shen. "'@ , When ,If Was,Elongated, It Was Called The Shinu, WhichIsA Symbol Of Eternity,' Seer;

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On The' Top Part Of The Ankh Symbol. .The Cartouche

RepreseritsiA Rope OfSunlight o- Life- Force Into The Form Of A Circle.' It Is The Most'Impregnable Structure To Protect One's Ren "Name" Against Attack,' Illness,' And F or 'Good

, Health. The Inscription Reo "Name", Or Title Within The ShiDu'Or S,hem Is Called "The 'Re~, Which Is' An' Ancient

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Egiptian 'Word' Meaning:'Name Or Attribut(!',','And

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Represents Eternity. The ReD Relates To Consciousness

Manifesting ThroughNames, Words And Sound-Itself

1'1 Is The Seventh Amulet Of Which Nut of The 'Enneads (Ni) Supreme Beings)' Held In, Her Left Hand. It,~a~ Worn A Ring Or Seal~'St~mped With~he Ins~~ipti.9.n·dfThe t~ rti-aat "Phara6hs~? ;'1t Also Repr~~ents Jhe:arc:aiyear

. ,", ~,' ;' .. :--; .,,!, -,'. "~',I ,',I, ''!::;' 'I, 'i' _' ,'_.,'

I 'I'll Divine, Court.Of Asaru (Osiris, :Usir)/ The' ,:Word

• Mans "Up There", .AndIs A Hebrew,Wor~'Borrowed umerians;, Wh6 Got It From The Egiptians ~Shen,

"II 'pin:". Tliey Replaced The "N"With The "M". As

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uM" 11 The English Word Morning. Another Name For

The Name Of The Passenger Craft~ Reh;:ased From f The Sumerians,.Meaning"PlanetOf The ky Boat Mandjet OfEgipt: ThUs The Shinu

d The Craft Of The Ba "Soul', In Ancient

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. Nut - 'The Seventh Ennead Of The Nine Supreme Beings

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Figure The Mendjet Boat Of Re·"Ra",

.' Which Is Symbolic Of Nibiru

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The Planet Ship Nibiru

The Shinu Is Also A Hieroglyphic Letter g, Which Depicts 'II Sun Rising Between Two Hills. It Is Also Interpreted As '1'11 t Of A Dam Thrown Across THe Nile, Whic,h Form,s, A 1111 Of Life Giving Waters. The Upright. Is The Nile-The

'I') !) Bar Is The Dam, And The Loop Is The Lake/It: Is II )lh r Symbol Of The "Little People" ThatP1.anted, Life On I II Planet AndThe Top Part Of The Ankh "Life". 'i.·

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Diagram TheShinu Amulet

Ula'ram '

, I Illnli ued Shinu Nile

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The ,Ren "Name'" Is ,.An Essential,' Attribute, To, The Personification Of ABeing. .You Cannot Exist With~t1t A Reri 'Name'. E;erything ThatC0mGS Into ;E~istenceR~ceiv~~ A ' Ren'Name'.'" The Ancient 'Egi~tla~Symb~I~Th~t Sigl1ify,A Ren'N<,tme,' Are The. Fam "Mouth'! And,Mu QrMoya "Water" Symbols As Shown In The DiagramBelo}V~.,'" .

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The Ancient EgipttanSymbolsThat Signify

Ren 'Name' Are TheF~m"Mouth" And Mu "Water"

The Ren 'Name' Is Sometimes Found Encircled By ARop Of Light Called.A Cartouehe, The ReD 'Name' Plays A Shaping.Rols In The Life Of The Person As AMere Label For The Purpose Of Ide~tificati6h., ,The Names ~ritten O'n' TIl CartouGh~s, Were'In Hieroglypllics in}:;)~al Rings., ' "

Renaat ,"Names" Are Very Important, Because'TheYr' Rehtll To The Essence Of AnObject, Idea Or KP~rsoI1.' This' M till.

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That A Name Is At} Essential Part Of The Exi7ten~~ Of A '

Tbirig.OtlierWise"",ith6U(·AName,: It D(l),~s Not EXISt. ',An,d, Conversely 'Without, Coming ".Into Existence, _It Does Not:, Receive ,:A Name,: This:ls Why yo~ ShouldGive ~ack, The' Tama'bu'sName. If One Has Knowledge Of One s Sacre~ Name And 'It"sMeaning And Knowledge About, To~es Of Names 'Then That Individual H'cisPower Over That IndividuaL so PrctectYour Sacred Name, Which You AsA Member Ot-The Ancient Egiptian Order, WiP .Receiv~ In' A Special Ritual. 'Tn Ancient Egipt, A Person's N arne, ~ as Not Just AnIdentifyiugU1bd,It W:asPaitOfThat Person,sV~ry Being And Far' More Irnport~ntThan, Names~re In7pe Modem, Western Society: 1'his Js~hy In AnCIent T~n:'-aReye 'Egiptian', Mysticism, The Spirit Is Regarded AsHaving

Ren "Name".

I'll I)ox In The Shape .. ' ACarto.uch~ Had, .' .

I I h I un's Ren 'Name' hi Cameo Fashion W,ntten On The Top

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J:~stithefact of MentioningThe Ancient Egiptians'<Names] .' ~O : Matter How You Might Pronounce Them;' Means .,That t'li~y Are Remembered. This Was Considered Esse~tial-:lf

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Their' Spirits Were To Survive Into The Next Eternal Life.~As

1JleirName Lives, So Do They. _ .

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Th~re Are Also Coffin Texts That Are' Actually Written Inside. Art,q. Inscribed Inside-And Out Of The Coffin Of The Mummy, To..FJirther Ensure The Safety Of The Soul Of The Deceased ..

NO,tic'e The EyesOn The Outside Of This Coffin; -

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This Is The Sarcophagus O~ ArilUn~ot~pJI, Notice The Inscriptions_

III 'I'll Relative World, Things. Get Names. But From The ndental Point Of View, - They Really Do Not Have

. This May Sound Paradoxical, And Yet It Is True. , u Have A Dream, You Dream That Objects Come -

11111 1# tonce In Your Mind And During That Tim~, They

r~ III s And Forms; The Mind Learns To Call Objects

I 111111 ,J' r Example, A Chair Is An Aggregate Of. Matter - I I I A I ck. However, TheMind-Has Learp:e~.,I9, Call It III' Ron 'Name' And Associate The Nam¢ "Ghair"

, III j • ilar Function That Is Different From TheRock. I

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iP1l1l Waking, The Objects And People ·Of The II II ('OV red To Have Been Illusory. So Did They I lid W re Those Names And. FOrms Rea~? No'.

I 1111 'l'r III cendental, Absolute PointOf View. In

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, Reality, The World Is As Illusory As A Dream, But In The Relati,v~ World, Things Get Names SoAs To Assist The Mind In'Working With, And' Overstanding Them In'OrderTo Ultimately Transcend Them. The Spiritual Use OfPa Renaat "The Names" Comes In When A Spiritual Aspirant Uses The N~es, A~ Words Of Power To'Relate The Objects (Him Or HerselfIncludedj, It's All About Tones. According T~ The Sacred Records OJ Neter:. A 'aferti Atum-Re, . Chapter 1,

Scrolll, Verse 2'96-297, It States:' "

~96~~*" .,~~~lT\alTl- q't'" ,~~~~. ITI® ~ITI..!'ll!!!!~~? ; ITI~ ~'-I~ITI"~ ITI..!ITII!!!!A\. ~ IT\O''':-tft ' 1IAi~ ~~~ 1T11D.ITIITIO®~..J. "~ITII:'J'-I~ITI~r-", s ITIq ITI,® . IIAi ITI 0 '-IIl ~ ITI i:I, ITII!!!! t·r- 0 IIAi ~ ~ ~ • . , 0 r-I!!!! '-I'

2j 1TI..J.lTIl!!!!lTIi:I, ITID. '-ID. ,ITIOOITI O'-lD. ~lTIi:I, 1TI'I!!!!r-to,

®~..! IlAiITl OITl*'-It *":-II!!!!Jjl-1TI ~ITI I!!!!t~tq

®~..J. -'.::!1TI1!!!!'-I1!!!!2j ITI..J.~ O''-IOf,o.·~..... = ~ A.~ .

® ITIl"t..J. . ' ' . T. 11\11"/1I'Hf

296. Fi Tama-Re, Huhi, ash kalun Hu, aw Huwa kalana 'tabus pa istajsaam \ shit "haguhane ", . kar. ash pet mustakhaneem Ptah, menu kalona, khasus, amma-: .mustakhaneem shil pa maduy dunya wa neter shil"~,' fanunkali bumela hazishaghul, '

296.. In Egipt, Huhi, which is n«. or Huwa was

.co~sidered the personification of "utterance", . with ' w~lchth~ creatorPtah, who was regarded 'as creator of the physical world and deity of technology done its work. .. ' " . ',.'

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297. Hu katana pa haguhaneaw naghum, pa istahtaar .", '~d istanbaad=shil .kawunfin wa dekosh hadur ita kawunfin karji pd safun shiru.

297. Hu was the utterance 'or tone, the vibration and pulsation ofexistence and that 'which comes to 'existence . within the sacred breath.

Your Name In Your Own Language IsTailoredTo Your Soul, Learn Nuwaupic; Speak It; 'It's In Your" Topes To,tIig~er S piri tualPrinci ples " Which .' Will Leaa . T 9' r,>~rfectiori. . Then The Name Takes On A Special Meani~g And Every Time Itls Uttered In To~e, It Is A' MedltatidnQn,That Divine Principle

r Higher Truth That Vibrates \Vithin You: The Three Tories Atum ('" ;'~C) - Atun ('" '~I!!!I) - And Amun (",C"I!!!I). This Meditation Bestows Power On The User When The Wi dom Behind-The Name Is CorrectlyOverstood.

Wh 11 You Learn Your Nu\~~u.pic, Name, Use It Correctly. In ucl nt Tama-Re "Egipt", ThereWer/N£a,ny Preferences-For e Names, Family. Names Such As Rameses, Rameses meses II, Eet.

w And Muslims Got Words Like' Ben (P) Arid Ibn

II II 1" m The Egiptian 'Word Beri"Son,<Etc. That Is, The

III M 'y Not Necessarily Have The Name, Of The Par~nts

11,1 In, However, There.Should B~A Link. People Are

I II rlu 1 Souls Incarnating; And Therefore They. ,Are On' !til II I u I' ths In Their Spiritual Journey.. Thus, the Names 1111 til I 'I' llored To The SpecificIndividual. Also, As The I -lngs (Cosmic ForcesjAre The Underlying Foree II 'I'h Names Should Be Related To This Reality

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. RatherTr~n Tp Illusory Realities Created By Human Bein~s {Human GIven Names' Such As Paul.Toe, Dale,Jy~artha, ECL).

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These EnglishN~mes Hold NoMeaning. Th~ R~n "Name" Can .Be .Arrived At,' Through' The Use Of Oracles Or Meditation Or Through Spiritual Instructorship. When Names Are Given By These Means; It Is Charged" With Spiritual Prospector. It Carried A Special Energy Sekhem "Power" Whi~h I~ Imbued Into .It By The Instructor, Through The Teachihg OfPaNeh "The Master!' .

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The Sekhem Staff Of Power Which Is Held ByPa A'aferti "The Pharoah"

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The Christians Put Emphasis On Their Names Because In the, .. King James, Version Of The Bible, In The' Book 'Of Matthews .. 6:9 It States: "Our Father Which Art In Heaven" " Hallowed Be Thy Name". The Greek Word Being Used In, This Quote Is On-Om-Ah (avail-a) Meaning "Name".I~y. This Quote Alone, You Know Names Are Important To All:

People.Jt Doesn't Matter About Their Religious Backgroun~s" Because All Religions Have A Naming Ceremony, Which Originated In Egipt, Where They Give Their Sons, Daught~rs, Mothers Or Fathers Names That They Hope They Gan Live Up To, For Instances, Names Like Paul And Ah~ad, Wh"ich People' Are Constantly Being Named, According To. The Bible InActs 13:23, Jo.hn 4:42, Arid Luke 2:11 JustToName A Few, Yashu'a "Jesus", Whose Original Egiptian triad of Names Was Haru, Heru, Horus, The Supreme Being, The

11 Of God Was Called The "Savior" Many 'Times.

J Iowever, The Fact Is That Jesus Never Saved The People Of The House Of

Figure.

The Messiah Yashua "Jesus"

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However, You~re Supposed To Name The Child Something Yon Are, Just LikeAny Other Objects, You Name It For What,' 1t'D~es? You Try To 'Give It Foreign Names; ,For • Inst~nceA . penc~l Is Known As A Lead Pencil And Then ,It Becomes A Pencil, And Cars Were Known Long Ago As Automobiles" N?w,You Just Call It, ,A Car, Planes Were Known As

AIrplanes, Now You Just Call Them Planes. : .

That Is_WhyPa Tama-Reyeaat The Egiptians' Were Known As Having A, Sacred Passw?r~ That Gives Certain Rights As Yon, KJ:low It. , The 'Egiptiansvfhcrefore 'Considered It ~ec~s~.ary "To Have Two. Names: ' 'f,he ,Tama~reyeaat "Eg_zptzan~ Had What You Call The" ~:BigNarne " ,And The

LzttleNarne':,'Or,The; "TrueNarne~'AndThe "Good M "

Th K t Th . . "B" ' ", arne.

. e!ep .neir :' " 19 True Name", Secret, Because: It Was'

T~eIr, Ren, And Their "Good Little Name" ,Was Their NIckname And, Was Part Of Their Living Being, .According To., The Sacred Records Of, Neter: A 'aferti Atum-Re Chapter 1, Scroll 1; Verse~49, It States:' , ,""

999~~tIl;.h~~'_:;.~1' ,IT\OC~ ,"~r-r-~" .tTxq'h~~~,.1\Oq~ 'jlJ}.,A\t:":lh...l ,U.~C ~

~'" ' ~r-~;t~'qt '~;q~y. t~I}..'-i~'I!!!l~~-

. ~""I!!!l ~~.. ~;f\q '-il!!!l~'" q tl!!!l,: '~r-I!!!l

~!!!lf~""p.,. q ~~~®~~ *" ~~ q 1!!!l~1}.~-

®"',I!!!l. ~~ ~ ~'" " ~I!!!l~'-i~ ,1}.~C7~ q ~'-i

~~ ~ ~C7...,q~'-i A~~"-;I!!!lq tl!!!l. "

.~49. Thafudh,c,t:am,;;a,::Aset"d:4mnliaqmma daagul

azumha teft~J Rf! Ra", dakhul naafun ha sarunhu ren, ,~en antits rawashha hu kar-nakhashun hatta '

antufkl!abarhu, ha kaburhUSall.fri'€:n. . ,

349.,He,r role as "Isis" 'recordsher' as~eceiving .: .' great grandfather Re "Ra", in.togiving her his secret name, whereshe poisoned him with a snake. until he

told her his big sacred name, '. '.

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Some Societies Still Maintain The FactDf Not, Revealing One's 'Sacred Name Except Tc.The.Tribal Chief. And To The Closest FamUy.NarrtesCan -Be Used To Send Disembodied Souls Out Of People As In The Form Of A Curse Or . Plague'[ .

. Large GroupsOf People Can, By Contemplating Or Chanting, .

On One Thi~g Tear Down wans, As'In The Walls Of Jericho, Which Was Torn Down By Vibration, Or Send Out Positive Or Negative Power Forces .. Every Body Should Have A Secret . Ren 'Name' Which Is Known To Only Few, And Then H_ave A Name They Go By Every Day. The. Egiptians Be,lieveg That "The Ren 'Name' Of A Man Is Believed To Exist ,lrr Heaven; Thus, .. ~The.Whole Man Consisted Of A .Naiural. Body, A Spirit Body, A· Heart, A Double,' Ii Heart-Soul, A Shadow, A, Spirit-Soul.t And A Name." The Book Of The Dead, By E.A. Wallis Budge, Page 81. .

Ques: How Did The Tama-Reyeaat 'Egiptlans' Go About

Having Their Naming Ceremony? .

AilS: The Naming Ceremony Was Cdnducted,Iri:$eciet.;: The 'hlld's Fate Was Bound Up InThe True RenName' And His

( 111 11' cter Was Influenced By It. After It Was Conferred, A tl 'I n me Was, Used, 'But The True Ren 'Name" W~s The, I'IV Name And Was Uttered When The Welfare Of The

I I't Was Secured By The Utterance Of Magical- Spells, II h pened The Way In The Land Of The Dead. W~en t Obtained The Secret Reb,:"Name;" Of E.a,She,Beca~e

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hlJ11ll.

I I~lll tly How Did Aset Obtain That Secret Name?

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Ans: The Supreme Being Re, The Self-Created Being, Who ' Made, The Heavens Or L,e-Ulaat "Skies"'And Ta"'Eartl1" And Nefuaat "whids" Whic~ 'Give Life, And Sef"'Fire" And Pa Neteraat=The Supreme Beings" And Enoshaat "Mens", And Behaymahaat "Beasts", And Mennie"' "Cattle" . And Ramusaat "Reptiles", And Pa Fawul "The Fowl" Of The Air

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And Nanut"Fish" Of The Sea, Who 'Willed His Own Birth

From The Primordial Waters Of The Supreme Being Nun. TheSupreme Being Re Was An Ura, "Ruler" Of Men And

OfPa N~teraat :'Tr~Supreme Beings", He Had One Period Of Life AndWith,l:Ilm Periods .or One Hundred And Twenty Y;~ars Each Are But'As Years. ThisIs Where The Quote In The Torah" Genesis: 6:3 'GetsIt From; Where It Says: "And the 'Lord Said My 'Spirit Shall Not Always Strive With Man

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For That He Also Is Flesh; Yet His Days Shall Be A Hundred '

And Twenty Years. ,II ' ,

The So-Called H~ly 'Books Of Religions Today, Are Filled With Tama-Reye "Egiptian". Mysteries, ,Many Of The Na~es . Of The Supreme Being Re ArecManifold AndUhknown. Not, EVen The Neteraat "Supreme Beings" Know.Re Is' Where An The Supreme Beings Of Religions Stem From Such As, Thehos Of The Christians, Yahweh Of The Jews, And Allah Of The Muslims, As Well As The Creation Stories' And The Many Names Originated From Tama-Re "Egipt".

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Aset's(Auset, .Isis) Knowledge Of Taina-Reye "E;giptiaQ" Magic Was Va.stBut She Constantly Wishe.d That She Wa Greater And Kf\ew More. She Was Very Respectful Of Hea' Grandfather's Knowledge; Who Was The Wisest And' Mo '~

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Practiced-In Ways Of Magic, And 'She Meditated In Her Heart Saying,

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"Cans't I By. Means Of The Sacred Name Of Re r:

Myself TheMistress Of The Ea,r~h? ,An~ !!~come A Netet~, :, Like Unto Re And Establish MyselfUpo~ The Throne O{, The Two Horizons":

Pa Neter Re "The Supreme ~e;ng~~;" Had Growh InAg~,'l

H·,' He Had Not Diminished In Wisdom And Had

owever, .' .

Become Old In Age.Pa Netert Aset "The Supre~e .BeIng .

Isis" Watched The Aging Re, ,While She ~as Thmku;g?f Ways To Obt~in The Secret Word ~or r:erself . As~~, ~hI1e At The Crossroads, Observed Saliva FallmgFrom HlS~IP~S He Fell Asleep, The Supreme Being,' AsCi <~u~et,. ,Is,~s) Collected Some Of The ~iquid. ',Mixi~g.The Sahva WIth S~: I "Earth", She Fashioned A Serpent. Using Her Po:v~rs ,. .' Transformed It Into An Arrow And HidIt Beneath The Path

v~r Which The Neter Re Passed Everyday. As Pa NeterR_e "The Supreme Being Ra" Passed Going To See AU Of The 12 Nomes Of Tama-Re "Egipt" Of Old, TheA,rrow Sens~d I ~'8 Presence, And Sprang To ~if~. And The}~~gs, ~f;7he

'llY Serpent Bit Deep-Into The, Leg 'or fa ~ete( R~, The

jll{Jreme Being Ra". ' '

I'll Flame Of Life Departed From Him. The GreatSupreme .

J 11 "Deity" F,ell To The' Ground Writhing In Agony. ~he

1'1 lilt) I Y Of The Supreme Being Re (Ra) ,W~ndered What 1111 I I d. The Poison Spread Swiftly Through The Flesh Of Iii N t Ir "Supreme", Just As The ~ile R~s~es T~rOl.lgh All ,

I II L u d. None Co~kl. ,Ov,etstandHow Anything Coul~ III The Great Re, Since Nothing Could. The Great'.

I j, nreme" Cried Unto those 'Who Were In-His Court,

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€ome Unto Me; 0 Ye Who Have Come Into My Being From My Body,Ye Neteraat ,Whb Have Come Forth From' Me" Make Ye Known Unto Khejfi Tha{'A'rAre Caldinjty

,HathFa{len Upon ¥e.'1 .-

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The Supreme Being Re's Hea'rt Perc~ived It B~t His Eyes Could-Not See It. The Effects Of ThePoison Were As If The

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Supreme Being Re Had Caused The Spell Upon Himself, " \yhich HeT'erceived Well, Since The Venom Was From Himself;,YetHe Did Not Know Who Had bone This To Him:

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The Supreme Being Re Had Ne:v~r Felt So,M~ch Pai~~ No~

Sickness That .Caused More' Woe Than This. '

The Supreme Being Re, Called For All The Neteraat "Supreme Beings" Of Magic To Offer Their Amulets And

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Magic.Formulas To Relieve ,Him Of The Pain'That Seized His

Body: AR~eteraat'~Supr~me Bein;5" Callie One By One And 0ffered TheIr Powers And Amulets, None Relieved The Effe~ts ,Of the Poison. Then Pa Netert Aset "Auset, Isis" Also , Carne, Bringing With Her Words' Of Magical Power, And Her Mouth Was Full, Of The B~eath 'Of Life. H r Tamemutaat "Talismans" Were Known To Vanquish 11 Pains Of Sickness, And Her Words Made To Live Again Til' Bo'di~s Of' Those, Who Are,De~d.·' r {\:sct, "Auset, Isis"

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Professed HeL Effective ,. Words Qf, M~gical Power, Ami

Professed To Drive Away The Effec.ts:Of,th~ POiSO!'l 1<)1'1' The Sight OfSunbeam~.

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The Supreme Being Aset (Auset Isis) Said To TheSupreme Being ,Re,"O Tell Me Thy Name, 1foly Father, For WhGsoel-!~r Shall Be DdiveJ1ed_ByThy Name ShaULive.l,l,

The Supreme Being Aset (Au~et, Isis) Could Overcome Effects Of The' Spell That She PlacedOn The Great Neter, So

. She Pressed Further For The Hidden Name, lnOrder To' Relieve The Supreme Being Re Of The Poison. At First The' Supreme Being Re Replied; "1 Have Made The Heavens And' The Earth. t Have Made The Water,' IHave Made To Come Into Being TheNetert Meh-l!rt : (The' F'emql~ Deity Of Th~ Place In The Sky Wh.ere Re Passes). None Of TheseWere;The Hidden Name'So The 'Supreme .BdngRe Continued' To

uffer From The Effects Of The Poison.' The.Supreme Being' Re Still Persisted In Not Revealing HIS Hidden Name And ave More Titles.

"1 Have Made The Bull Of His Mother, From Whom Spring The Delights :Of Love.:! Have .Made . the " Heavens,' I Have Stretched Out The Two Horizons Like' IJ Curtain And j Have Placed Th€\,$oul Of The Deities ' ' Within Th~m. I Am He Who If He Opens' His Eyes, po" Make The Light, And If He Closes 'Them, Darkness'

( 'omes Into Being.' At My Command The Nile Riseth.

11'1 i The Neteraat Know Not His Name: J Have Made

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'I'll' Hours, 1 Have Created, The 'Days; 1 Bring Forward I'll Festivals Of The, Year, I Create The Nile-Plood. ,!

'Ik The Fire Of Life; Andl, Provide: Food' In The, Ilf us W. 1 Am Khepera ("The Arising 'One ". Scarab II If, In The Morning, T'Am. Re(Ra, , The \ Seer) At Mit/III I1d I Am Temu (Immortality) At Evening."

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1I ',\'1 While The Poison Was Not Taken,Away From

I nllYi 1 iu It Pierced, Deeper, , And The Great Neter Could,

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No Longer Walk. All Of These Were Not The Secret Name And The Pain Of The Poison Continued.

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, Aset "Auset, Isis" Rebuked Re Telling Him That All That Re

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Had Said, None Has Been His Amun Ren "Hidden Name",

And Unless He Told Her, The PoisonWouldNot Depart From Him, For Whosever's Name Is Revealed Shalt Live. Now The Poison Burned.Like Fire, And It Was Fiercer Than The Flame And The' Furnace. Finally, Supreme Being Re Consented That Aset "Auset, Isis" Could Know The Name. The Supreme Being Re Shielded Hims~lf And The-Supreme

'Being Aset. From The View Of ,The Other Neteraat '''$up~ehte' Beings' His Place In Tke Boat Of Millions Of , >Years Was' Empty. When The Time' Fot The Heart Of Re "Ra", To Come Forth The Supreme Being Aset Spoke To .H.~r Son flaru (Heru, Horus), Saying: "The Neter Hath Bound Himself By Oath To Deliver! Up His Two Eyes Such As

, THe Sun And-Moon. ' This Is In Reference To The Two Usa-

'A:af;~'EYe('. " i "

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,Thlls"i\Vas The, Name Of The Great Re'Takeh From HiIri: And

A~et,'.TheLady Of Words OfMagi:calPo,wer,Said:' l'

"0 Utchat 'Eye Of Haru', Go Forth From The Neter, And Shine Outside His Mouth. It Is I Who Work, It Is'I Who Make To Fall Down Upon The Earth The, Vanquished Poison, For The Name Of The Great Neter, Hath Been

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Taken 4way From 'Him. Let Re Live, And Let.The Poison

Die! Let The Poison Die, Arid Let Re Live!"

These; Were The, Words Of Aset, The Mighty, Lady, Th' Mistress Of Pa Neteraat "The Supreme Beings", Who Knew

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Re By His Own Name, Although ItWa~ Only Part, It W.a;~. I Enough;To Relieve The Effects Of The Magical Forrpula or The Supr~me Being Aset (i\uset'.,Isis) And 9rant '~e7 Powers Over The Other Neteraat "Supreme Beings", While . Not Surrendering Completely. ThIs Is How Aset Obtained The' , ic.Name OfRa "Re".

Figrue

'l'h upreme Being Aset "Auset, Isis"

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The Supreme Being Re

, "Ra"· '

III 'l'he Book Of The Dead, In The Papyrus Of Ani,

Illl,tll" 'XXV, Page 436, It Stat~s:: , .. ,

1111 vh ipter, which maketh a man to r~member his n~me in II II III (('1', [The deceased] saiihi= let my name be given to

/I II III I treat house (tper-ur), 'andlet me remember 'my'

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. , name in 'the ho~se' offire (perneser), on the night wherein the years are counted up, and the number of the months is told I am dwelling with the. divine one; I take 'my seat on the eastern side of the sky, if any god cometh after me, Ishall be able to,

declare his name forthwith" ,,' , ' ,

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However, A Ren 'Name' Is What You Are Or What You I;Iope To Become, A Ren 'Name' ,Can Also Represent The Supreme Being "GoO" That You Are, Euro-American Names ~re. ~ick" N~mes' And Were Given 'To Tama-reyeaat

Egiptians (That's You), By Yom: Enslaved Parents, To Be T~~ .Knife Which Cut 'Us Away' From Our Own Land,

. Lail,gu~ge, And Culture, Causing Us To Become Foreign To Our Own Land, Culture, Etc. When Slaves Were Brought ()ver To America, Their African' Names Were" Taken, From Them, And Replaced With Their Slave Masters Names. Thus They~bstTheir Identity. According To A Book Entitled "A "History Of The, African' American People", Publishecl' By

Salamander Book Limited, Page 54, "Plantation Slav~s Also U,:aerpin,:~d Th(!ir' Family Life With,' Intricate Pauerns Of . Cra~~-Generatiohal Naming Theil Kept Alive The Memory oj' Ancestors Separated By Sale Or Death. 'Thus, For Example, q!:T,~~,!~SlaveMen, Tfh,oFathere4 Children On The Sterling

'Pldntation. In Louisiana's Sugar Country,' Seven Rad' Sons Named After Them, And 10 Had Grandsons Named After , ,Th~m. Sl!ch Patterns Of Paternal Naming Also Had African

Roots. " " "

They Only Tell ,You As Far As His-Story, Which Only Tak > Y,ou Back. T~ His Ti111;e. Wherein, Our-Story Goes Back 'f<) The Begmnmg Of Time And Out Culture Is Rich.

, Everywhere In Africa? The Names AreConsidered A Distin 'I PaI1 'Of TheIndividualvThere Is Something Like\j\ Mat~lli tl And Physical AffinitY, Between A Man And His Name. A

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i Person Can Be Hurt Through His Name, And To Avoid That, It Is" Sometimes Kept Secret. It Was Once Said That To Pronounce.The Name Was To Act OnThe Soul. To,.Provoke It, Is To Constrain It. Many Of Tne Ancient Ancestors Traditions Associated With, Naming Remain A Part Of The Tama-Reyeaat "Egiptians" Way Of Life, And The World At.

Least At A Subconscious Level, " ' .

Ques: What Is A .Name?

Ans: According To "The American Heritage Dictionary". .. ~ Name (N3 M) vt, A WordOr Words By 'Which An Entity Is Designated And Distinguished From Others: Some Of The' Most Famous Names Of The 20th Century. 2. A Word Or Group Of ,Words Used To Describe Or' Evaluate, Often

Disparagingl y.

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Ques: Where Did The Names, We Have Today Come

From?

Ans: This New Slave System Was So Degrading 'That The' fl'U1n'a-Hu Took All Precautions ToCompl~telyErase From Th Minds Of Our People, Their Culture And 'Language. It W 1 At This Point That You Were Given' Slave Names. The "lun'n-Hu,Master 'Would Allow The' Nubians (Egipiian Mc,ors, Blacks) To Keep Their Original First NameFor A Wh I In Order To Distinguish Which Slaves BelongedTo II I I. 'For Example, A Slave Named Henry Belonging .To A 11M \ ter" Named John Would He Called Henry John.' His

II I ring' Would Be Named After The Slave Master. For II 1111' '0, IfI-lis Name Was John, He Became Known As JohnIHI I'm Of John). That's Where' Names Like Mason, Mynder-Son. Jeffer-Son, Etc., Game From. The Slave, It I I Would Adopt You As His Son,' If You Worked Under 1111 I I ",} smith You Became Known As '+SJllltb;'. If You

I 1111 11111 Th History Of The Language, You Will Find

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People With Names Like Carpenter; Wood, Forest, Barnes, Taylor, Butcher, Chain, Steel; Judge,Gardener, .Hill, Woodsfield Or Mr: Brick. After Decades OfRandom Naming And Families Of Slaves Being Sold Separately, All Family Ties Were Lost!!! This Is Exactly The Way The Tam'a-Hu Planned It. Brothers And Sisters, Of The, Same Tribe With Different Masters Were Taught That:They Had No Relations. As Original First Names Were, Lost, They Would Sign "X" Johnson. This Was' All In The Tam'a-Hu's Plan' To Manipulate The Language And Confuse You As To Who You Really Are. Even Now You Meet People Of Different Last Names And You, Say, "She Looks Like Yo?" Y()u Two Cou(a, Be Brothers And Sisters, She And Her Old,Man Looks Just Alike", Well, They Are From The Same Family. ThSlt's Right! He Could Be Your Long Lost Brother Or Sister. In The Movie Roots By Alex Haley, The Tama'hu (White Man) Had To Beat, A Nubian (Black Man) KUrita Kinte To Get Him Tb Change And, Accept The Name "Tobe". Nowadays, The WhiteMan Does Not Have To Beat You, Because You Are Able To Change It Freely.

It Is Imperative That You Learn Your Original Language And Stop Making Excuses As To Why You Didn'tTake The Time Out To Learn It. The Tam'a-Hu Took Your Name, Land And Language Away From Yau And I,' Your Supreme Grand Hierophant AmunnubiRaakhptah, Am Here.To Give Them Back To You. The Tani'a-Hu Has Made Life So Simplified That We Grab At Anything That W:ill Not Require A Lot r Brainwork. This Is The Spell Of Amnesia Called The Spell r Sleep AM~M "Leviathan" That Was: Cast Upon All Tb· Blacks, 'Nubians, (Ptahites) Erhiopiaris-Kuwshites, Original :Egiptian Moors (The Wooly - Haired 'Peopl • 4,004 Years Ago (Before 2,000 Years Ag9) At The Beginning Of The .First Ah "Moon" Cycle 6,000 Years Ago. A] 'P Sleep Which Has Shattered Your Once High Level Of ft'id

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Supreme Intelligence; And Supreme-like Qualities You Are, Heir To. "

'Ques: How Should Names Be Chosen?'

Ans: The Importance Of A Good NaJ?~ Can~otBe Stressed' Enough. When Naming An Aru "ChlId", 'You Should ,Make Sure The Name Is Constructive, As Well As Fitting: That;s' The W~y It's Been Ever ,Since The Beginning Of Time Arid Should Be The Same Now.

Names Can Be' Chosen On How A Person Looks-Reacts, Or According, To Their Personality. For Instance, The TaniaReyeaat (Egiptians) Were fNamed According To What They Did. For Example, Anubu Was The Supreme Being Of The Dead, So He Was Named Anubu, Meaning "Opener Of The Roads F~r The Dead, The Guide Of TheAfterlife"~ Khnum Was The Supreme Being Who fashioned The Human Body And Spirit, So He, Was Named Khnum Meaning ((rite Moulder, Creator, Fashioner", Tehuti Was The Supreme 1 ing Who Wrote The Laws And Recorded EveryEverit'Of '1'1 e, So He Was Called Tehuti Meaning "Writing; lnv ntion, Thought". Khonsu Was The Supreme Being Of J reh And Health,' So His Name Khun Means "Placenta' Or

'1h,veling Soul". In Reality The Ancient Egiptians 'Has 'A I m For Naming, 'Which Those Who Believe In, The

1\ lilt istic Religion Copied, Arid That Was Giving A Name I "'11' Different Points In Your Life. The Ancient Egiptians 11 II A Ren "Name" Given'i A; Birth,' Which .' W,?uld III J ) ulcally Be The Family Name. Then WhenThey Reac]; I I I II And Were Given An' Attribute Or Title 'Or , Trade; Or Skill; They Were Given' Another

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, , ,TbeSu.preme BeingAIiubu, Anulii.s,Anupu "~,on,OfAsaru:An4Neptbys',nepictea'With A Jackal' He~~ Preparing TJIe Mummy, He Is AIsq The Supreme Being Of The Rituals Of The Tomb; Who Presides 0 I

, • Embalming Rituals' , ' '

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I Where The Bible,Gets It's.Story From

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In. The Torah Y oij, Have Abram (cri:J~), ': Who Became

Abraham ,(C:1'~) In The New Testament And 'Ibrahim: (&~I)Jn The .Koran. Th~n 'Agai~ In, The, ToralrY ou Have, Mosh~h (.,w'~),Aricl III The i New t estafuent, H~Became:; Moseus (J1o('n;1?~), And" In The Koran They Called Him Musa , «(.$""',joQ). Then Y?U ,Have,Y ashua (31'W")' In, The Torah,.Who' Became JesllS 111 n~e Bi,ble,'Arld, Theri.Beca~e Isa (~)lri';; The Koran. What Is Most Interesting Is ,That All Of The ' AboveNaJ11es~re, Originally From The,Ancient.Egiptian" Mystery Language. Abraha~ Is Ab ,=" Father, Ra '~'Sun And Hani = Kemer Or Khemet -Meaning "Blackness". Moses Simply Meap,sChild .• , :

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,: ;' The.Su,pre.neBeing'1'etiuti;

,,'TheC;elesti,al Scribe , •

'wdglii,ng (!)'{TJIe Heart " ,', ,T,ehuti Was'TheSupreme ... "" ........ ".

,,'. Invention. He Wrote The Book Of

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"The Coming Forth pyJ)uy" " '

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Figure I II lieal Character braham, Ibra!thn

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IfYoyLoo~I~Your Bible. And.Pall.FT~riiTh:e Torah To II Kot~ri,'Y ou I Will .. See Their ·A1ppt~~~1ili,jo,w.ard TnrLl' N "I , Was How ItChanged In 1'hfee Differetiibanguages.

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.Gebrael

Solomon

1. Geb == God of the earth 1. Sol =.Solar (sun) ,

2. 'Ra = Sohll:{supreme being) 2. Om =Aum (sun)

3 .. 'EI = Elul (the source) 3. On=Solar being (sun).

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ISmail

1. Is = Isis (aset) , 1. Is = Isis (aset)

2. Ra=: Solar (supreme being) 2. Ma ~ Mu (mut) 3~E.I~ Elul(thesource)" 3~ EI= Elul (the source)

(jues::How'l)i(.I The Tama-Reyeaat "Egiptiah""Go About Having Their Naming Ceremony?

ADs: When The Egiptians Had A Naming Ceremony, It Took

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Place At Three Points In The Individual's 'Life, And They

Were Naming The Khat "Body", The Ba "Soul", p'-nd The Kn "~pirit"Of The Person. When You See A Name Like Asaru Changed: To Usi~ And Then To Osirus-OrAset ,Cha~ged To

, Auset Tl1enTo'Isis 'Or Haru Changed To Heru Then 'I n Horus, These Are,La~guag~ Changes, Not' Actually Diff l'l'lll

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Names. It's Not Like They Are Three Different Names 0'f'l'li

. Same Person. They. Are Three Different Translations Of 'I II

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Same Name Being Mispronounced Over A Period. Of 'l'hu

.With The Attempt T()ExtinguishThe Power Of Th '11111

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That Would Make The Connection from This. Plime " I'I I'

To The One They Reside IIi. It Would Be Like Dial1nl' 1 II Wrong Number.

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The Supreme Being Asaru

The' Supreme Being Aset '.

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The Supreme Being Haru

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Pa Tama-reye Renaat ' ~~~~~_~'the Egiptian'Names_' ~-'--__;_ __ __;_.,--

That' Was The Original Trinity, But The' Divine Family

The .Naming Ceremony OfAncientTama:.:ReWasCorrducted InA 'Secret''Manner. The Child Was Born In Darkness. ,Then Brought Out To Look At The Stars A's The First rhi~gHe, '

I Could See. The Child'sFate 'Was Bound Up In The True'Ren "N arne", And His'~ Character Was InfluencedBy: It. . After It Was Conferred, Another Nattie Was Used,Blii"The:trueRen "Name"',Was The 'Grave Name And Was'Uttered Wll'enThe

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W elfare Or -Good Of The Spirit Was Secured: By The

Utterance Of, Magical Spells. Many Of The,'Ancient Ancestors' Traditions' Associated With Naming"Retnqins A Part Of The Tama-Reyeaa.t "'Egiptians" Way;0fLife Today; And A Portion, Of This Ritual Or Ccremonycls Seen In Christianity Called A cit ristening. , In Islam,ll Is Called An Aqiyqa, AndA' Name Is Given During The '8th 'Day After A

I Circumcision Of TheHebrews, ' '~

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IncamatedWasA Quadity; That Is Osiris,' "The Heavenly'

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Father God", Isis "The Blessed Mother Goddess," Horus,

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"The' Sacred S,()h OfGod"'A~d K,ho~su "The Holy Soul, "

(TheQuafity Existence). Referto "Jesus Found In Egipt".

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The Significance Of Names 'Is Even In The Bible In The Case

f Jacob And Esau. TheyWere Twin Brothers But Esau Was Born Wit~ Red Spots.On HJs Body, He Was Also Very l lairy With A Reddish Tint." ,His Name Meant"Red Or Hairy". Therefore, He BecatneKnQwn As.Esau-d-leWas Not ( I' A. Different Race, From'Jacop,i3oth Of .Thern Were Black From Rebecca And Isaac, Who Were From The Same Family

!' Abraham. EsauWasJusi A Red Baby, Neyer KnoWing I'hut He Would Bec,ome,The'Fatbir.Of The Edemite Race. III Mentioning Of Having A G60dNarne Is:':AfS9 In The

I 1 I", According To: .

I I" orbs I lew i Name Is Rather 7;0 Be Chosen. Than Great Riches,

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111.1 'Ioving Favour Rather Than Silver And Gold:

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" I'll tl Overcometh, the Same 'Shall Be'Clot'h¢d 1~ . White

Figure. "the 1I0,}Y THad Of Egipt

God TheSon,HorusTo.The Left, Godll'he Father, O",tri Sits InThe Mi4dle, And'Goddes~ The Blessed Moth(;;J' (

"To The Right '

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Raiment: And 1 WillNot Blot Out, His Name Out Of The Book Of Life,' But 1 Wilt Co~fe;s His Name Before My Father, And Before His Angels.

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Esau Son Of Isaac And· Rebecca

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Jacob SonOf Isaac And Rebecca "

Quite Often People Are Named, Then Later On They Become Or Take On The Characteristics Of The Name. One Must Keep In Mind When Picking A Name That He Or She ,Mu. t

, Take A Name That Is Logical So That They Can Live Up 'I'll It's Meaning: Don't Select Any KindOf Name. We Have 1\ Tendency, When We'Find The Truth, To. Become Over-Joyed And Over-Active ... We Begin Adding" Changing, Arul Exaggerating Names. So.WhenY Q,U Choose ,f,. Name, M 11 Sure That Your Name Generates Your Soul. For Instance, II You Call ¥ ourself Hotep (Peace), You Should Have Qual] II Of Being Undisturbed By Strife Or Disagreement, {'f

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Name Is Nefer Ib (Beautiful Heart),You" Should Have

, Qualities That Delight The Sense Of Sight. 'J ': • ' • '

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Ques: Is'The'Fe Anything I Should. Avoi(J 'When: Choosing'

A Proper EgiptianName? ' , ,

'Ans: Besides' The Importance Of A Go.~dLogical Meaning. When Selecting A Name, Proper Pronunciation, And Spelling Cannot Be Stressed Enough.' With, An,Oversta,nding Of Characteristics OfThe Ancient EgiptianMystery Language; Alphabets And It's Proper Pronunciation, ,O.ne Can-Fully Overstand How To CorrectlySpellAndSay ,Ah'Egiptian Or

Nuwaupic Name. s ; " ,

Ques: What Is The 'ImportanceOf" Us Having Our Own

Names? ' ,

ADS,: Your Ren "Name" Is, A Distinct Part Of You .. There Is A Mental, Spiritual Arid Physical Affinity.Between You And' Your Name. An Individual Can Be Hurt Through His-Or Her N me, And To AvoidThis; It Is Sometimes Kept Secret. To.

J ronounce The Name Is To Act On The,Ba· ':Soul'.', To

J rovoke It, Is' To Constrain It.'

I uropean Names Were Given To. Nubians/Nuwaupians To I The Knife That Cut You Away From Your OWn Land, I I 1 iage And Culture, Causing You To Become Less Than II iupremeBeings That You Are. From' The Definition'

I Above, A Name Is SomethingThat.Distinguishes You II III Others. It Is-Important For YouAll To Have' Your Own Because In This;Day And Time,Itls Necessary For, US II The Distinction Between Our~ely~s i\nd TheWo.rl,d,.

II Is Not Just A Word That Comes Out OfYour~o~th, Ii t You Are Or What You Hope To Become. A Name I . Our-Story Goes Back To The Beginning or Time,

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And Our Culture: Is One Of Pride And Honor: Through The Choosing Of Egiptian Names, You Are Re-Connecting The Umbilical Cord Between You And 'Your Past Or Better Said, O,irr-Stdry.\vh~ilGh00sing A Name For You,.Qr Your Child, You Must Carefully.Study The Meaning Of That Name And

Not Choose A . Name Simply Because It Sounds Good Or ·Exotic .

. Ques: You Were Known By Many?Different Names, Why ·Did You Change Your Name So Many Times?

. Ans:' The Ancient Tama-Rheaat"F;giptians" Had A Sacred Password Th~t Gave Certain Rights: The .Ancient Tama-

,. .-1,. _.,_,' _,:'._ ,

Reyeaat "Egiptian,S", Therefore, Considered It Necessary To

Have Three Name~iAndSome, Times Even More. This Is Why I, Your ,Supreme Grand Hierophant Has .Changed 'My Name So Many Times Since J970 A.D.; When I Appeared To You In Flesh As Amunubi Raakhptah, The Incarnation Of

'Tehuti. I Was First Called Amunnubi Rooakptah, Then' Became AI. Imaam Issa Al Haadi Al Mahdi Then Rabboni Y'shua, Murduq, Al Qubt, Al Khidr, Meichizedek, And Atum-Re Then. Back .. To,' Amunnubi . Raakhptah From HereonAs I Said Before. The Tama-Beyeaat "Egiptians" Had What One. Calls The Big Name And The uiae Name, Or The True Name And The Good Name; The Best Name. Th 'y Kept Their "Big" Or "True Name" Hidden .. This Is Wh IT The Muslims Get The Best 99 Names Of Allah, And He 1 In One Hidden Name That Was Revealed to Us As Huwa. Till' Sufi Speak oru, And The Christian Monks With "Our Fathc Who Are In Heaven Holy Is Thy Name" (Matthew 6:9, LoA,' 11:2). Even The .Jews Can't Say TheSecret Name STill \ Write It As G-O-D Or Say, Ha-Sheni. It Was Th I~ 1)1 "lIame" , And Their "G~od'" Or "Little Name" Was '1'11'11

',. ".,.., ',., ,

Nickname, AndWas Part Of'TheirLiving Being. Ntd I

Short For Tuta ,"Devil", AShor,t Name Given To YOII Il

Your Parents'.·· ,

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The Supreme Grand Hierophant Amunnubi' Raakhptah : .

The A'aferti "Pharoah" Of This Day And Time

I n nt "Names" Can Be Used To Send Disembodied Souls III )f People, As In The Form Of A Curse Or Plague. Large 111111 fPeople Can, By Concentrated Thought Or Chanting I) I 11 Thing, Tear Down Walls, Or Send Out Positive Or j III V Power Forces. Names Can Also'HeDsed To 'Stop I III I I me People And Their Families Or-Protect Y ciuAnd 1111 lily,' As The Supreme Being BES Dnes Through I nt Egiptian Order. . Everybody Should Have An

I 1 "'Hidden Name", That They Will Receive

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Through 'The" AnpientEgiptia~ Orde: ,In 'A S~cred Ritual, Which Is Known By Only A Fe\\!, And Then Have A Name

They GoJ3yEy~ryday. " ,

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"The Supreme Being BesOf Protection ,

Th~ Spiritual Use Of Names .Come In When, A Splri,llIlIl

Aspirant Uses TheNames As WordsOfPower To Rela;t I II Objects To Him Or Her. ' It's All, Ab~utT(mes .. It's 111 )11 ,I Tories To" Higner, Spiritual Principles That Will La t I II Perfectiori.ThenThe'Name<'fakei"prA,;:Special M III II And Every,,"tinWi It Is Uttered In: T(jries; It Has A I I U II Affect On. The Individual. If IsK Meditation On Tha,(' 1)1 II

Principle Or, Higher Truth That Vib~!ltes, Within, Thill' I

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We Resurrected Our Ancient Language, Nuwaupic. ' It's-A LmgmigeOr'Tones. Team It! Speak It!' AnpTeach It,!.

Ques: What' Is;:The!:niff~tenc~;'a~ffi,.~e~:,Neter, Netert;

: • " ".,' '("',, ,';"'\'~! ';"':',:.':'

NeteruAndNeteraat? "," ",,:' ", ,

Ans: Every Religion: Has 'God, 'AndTheir Pods. ,They Are Infinites In Every Language. Just Like You Say Book For Singular And Books For Plural. A Lot Of People Have A Hard Time Overstanding The Difference: Between These Titles, When In Actuality It',s':Very Simple. The,Egiptian, Word Neter" "Supreme Being"r'Js' -A Title Al1d'Is Used Wheil"You Are Making Reference To .A'MaleSupreine: Being Or 90d" Such As Pa Neter Haru "The Supteme Being' Haru" , , 'The Egiptian Word Netert "Supfe.'}1eBefng'','' Which ,Is Also A Title, IsUsed When You Are Making Reference To A Female

upreme Being Or .Goddess, Such As Pa N etert 'Aset "The upreme Being Aset".

To Pluralize', A Word You Add An, "Aut" Ending. For I ~xample. The EgiptianWord For, Supreme Bei~gsWould Be Neteraat, Whichls SimplyA PluraLForm Of The Same Title. /!' ample: The Eight Rashunaat "Ogdoads" Are The Water I upreme Beings. You, Are Specifying A Group Of Beings. l lowever, The Egiptian Word Neteru "Supreme" Which Is

I () A Title Is Plural As Well. It Is Used In General'Yhen i uu Are Not SpecifyingAny Person, Or Group. Example: Oh

uprcme Protect Us "faa Neteru'!farusna".You Are 'Not II lklng About Anyone In Particular,

I What Are The Spiritual Ben.efits OfChapgingM:Y

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KeepTn Mind However, Thaf When Changing Your Name' I From English To A Tama-reye "Egiptian" Name, There Are Several Important Facts To Be Aware Of. Have You Ever

. Noticed How The Sou~d Of Someone Saying, Your Name Triggers Certain Centers, Of Emotion (Depending On, The 'Way It Is Said)? It Can Make Y()U Cringe' With Fear, Or It '

Can Fill You With Overwhelming Delight..

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Remember The Anticipation 'Of Christmas Day" When All

Xou Thought ,About'Wa~ Inspecting The:'Gifts Under The Christmas Tre:e? Remember Waiting To See Which Ones Had

,'''Your'' Name On Them? These Feelings, That You Associate With The Name You Receive At Birth Bave Been BuiTt Up Inside Of ybu For Years. This ~s Why' It Is Important t4a~ You Choose A Name That Is Close (In: Sound) T0 The One

.Ybu Hav~ Now. ': ' , ,,"

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You Become Reborn When You Take On A New Name}!' It

, Is Your Obligation To Build A 'Positive Ether And Establish J\ New Beginning Around Your New Name. One Must Dev 101 An - Emotional Attachment, F or Their New N arne That I Equally Arousirig AsYourDead Name. Y QU Must Buitd J\ Whole New Ether Around Your Name!!!

, , The Devil Also Reallzes The Importance Of A N arne. 'I'll Know That' On The 'Last Day The Name' Of The Right 1111 wms- Called From The "Book Of Life." That's Why 'III Created "Tombstones", 'To Record Their Names. 'I'll "Tombstones" Are Symbolic Of "Pages" Or "Ston 'J' 1"11 t ' Similar To' Those That ,Were ,Used To R e nl I II "Comfuandments". Many People Place -These Tomb: t( 1111 Their Graves So That They Can Be Remember d II rr ( III "Earth':! Because They Know Their Names Will Nllt Il

The "Book Of L'ife:" '

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To The World, Your Name Is Not Only' A Word Or Symbol Denoting You, It Should Defirie Y~u. As Tama-Reyeaat "Egiptians", Our Renaat "Names" Tell The World That They Can Define Some Aspect Of' Our-Story, Culture, Etc. ; It Should DefineYour Relationship With Your Way Of Life As To Who You Are, And With, Your Creator, .The Supreme

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-In NuwaupuOr Nuwaupic, Any Name That Is,(:lassified As A Title Usually-Carries '\Yith It, Responsibility That One Must Uphold And Live Up To The Meaning Of That Title. For This Reason, It Is Suggested That One Not Choose A Title ForA Name Unless-They Are ~onfideIittTha't TheyCan Live Up To That TItle. Wh~t I 'Am Saying Is, Change Your Name If You Have Chosen A Title Name. Why? Because You WillBe "alled By Your Name On Judgment Day, (By That I Mean, What Your Ba "Soul" Has Reaped While On Ta "Earth:').

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I'}; Traditions, Customs, And Way Of Life, Wh,ich Were

I V n To You ByYour Forefathers, Were StrippedFromYou

I The Tam''a-hu. They Called You'''Slim'',Whichis Short I Ill' The Arabic W ord "Salaam" Meaning "OneOf Peace." II (1 lled You "Coon"; Which Was From "Kosmosan" Or

f I h Universal Being Whieh.CameInto Existence First - I nIl uwn". He Called Y ou "Nigger" And In The Arabic I 1111 mge Is Pronounced "~ijjar~' Which Was Taken From til Nnwaupic Word "Zenge". TllereIs No "G'! Equivalent III I II Arabic Language; It's A "J". The Word Comes From' 'III I' tna-reye "Egiptian" Dialect." An Najaar", Meaning

• J lit ir. " Words Were Distorted From TheOrigirtal

"1""1 And Are Used TodayAs English Words; I Hope I II rstand The Importance Of Learning Nuwaupic And

pi II Yom' Name In It's Proper Form; ' ' "

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You Must Overstand That ~hereWe~e No B's In The, Ancient Semetic Or Hieroglyphic Alphabet That Was Added By The Greeks. So Every-Place You See A "BIt Was A p', And Every Place You See An 0, It Was A U: Many-Places That You S~e An E, IT Could Have Been An r o- A Y. Th~re Was NoV, There You Would Firld AW. Often Times l(Was Mistaken For Q, OrKh.E~ample, Khemi, Is 'Often Written Kemet. Dj , IsOften Written As Z, As In Zed For Djed,

Ques: So-What Is The Original Language? Ans: The Original 'Languages' Were Not Latin-And Greekg' Nor Arabic And Hebrew. {\ll Of These Are Products Of Tft:e Ancient Egiptifln, MysteryLanguage"N uwaupic '~. W:h:en, You Hear People, Speaking English, You Are Trainee!' To Think Englishman, WheiI In, Fact All The Americans Who Are Speaking English, Are Not .Speaking TheEnglish That ills Spoken In England And Europe. The Americans Speak A Very Bad Dialect Of Broken Engli sh, And' In Fast Ar \ Speaking An Unintelligent Slang That Makes It Very JIalrd For !hem.To Learn Another Tongue. And This Was Tl'l~ Ptan To- Keep You From Learning. Your Own AncienCLapg,uag " But/ T~at Day Has, El7:dt;d\\(ith The Rebirth. Of Nuwaul ic Most Languages ComeWith,f,. Culture. . The -Langua ' • Aramic, Syriac, An¢i~nt ,Babylon,U garit, Chaldenll, Akkadian~All Use The Cuneiform Script, And'Are All ()I The Semetic Tongues Arid Far :E~sterri And West~rn D~all.\" Of The N&tive Americans.'. Thus Are Thought/To B 'I'll Language Cuneiform, Which,Is·One Of-The S,CriJ~ts Us I II Ancient Egipt, And Is In'Fatt ,The' Written'And 81'1111 Language OfThe Neteraat/:Egiptian-Suprem,e,'J3eing~,'Il, Having. their Rdots Jri.Nu~aupic,' C~l1ea Hi 'Ill

. PhoneticallyArtd Hi~roglyphics Spripturally.',.. , '

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I~: Nuwaupi,c, Our; Ancient Egiptian MysteryLanguage, We Use The Original Hieroglyphic Script,' Howev~r,Through Our Transition,We U~.ed The Nuwaupic'Script' Demotic, Which Is Similar -, T~ The Arabic Script, Called Nubic And The Nuwaupic Rizq Script Heretic, Which Is The RizqianScript,

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Ques: So Where Did The Religions Of Today Get Their

Names From? ' '. ' ,',

Ans: " The Christians" Muslims, . Jews.. And Any Other Religion. v Got Their Names, From The Tama-reyeaat "Egiptians" Renaat "Names". You Have Names Like Tho.,.,as, Which Came From The Egiptian N~6 Thoth. Mose; Harry, Which Came From 1'h~Egiptian N~1lle'HarC!.

! Re; Mary, Which Carne. From the Egiptian Name Ma .. Jt ; Ramsey, Which Came From The Egiptian Name Rames Horace, Which Came FromThe Egiptian Name Horus'S •

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Which Came From The Egiptian Name Seth; Iris, Whid

,Came From The Egiptian Name Isis;, AJilanda, Which (' 1111

.' Fro~ Egiptian Name Amun; E~nice",WhichCame From 'II Egiptian ,N~~ Unas; Antany,' 'Which IC;me Froru II EgiptianName Atun;AndJ Can Go On.A>rid On. As III Said Many Times All Of The Religions Of The, World '1 .. 1

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W,ere, Grafted ,From The, Egiptians ,yvay ,Of Life And Their Rituals; They.!ookBits J;\Bq Piec~,sPf What They Want~d, And, Changed Them I JA.round To H~w They W anted It., Till

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'This. Day, . You Can Find All Of The Different Religicus

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Ceremonies On The Walls Of Egipt, Everything TheyDo Goes Back To Egipt. However, In Egipt There IsNo S~~h Thing As Children's Names Or Babies Names Because They

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Grow Up USIng The Same Names .. , The Egiptians Were Only

Called By Th~ir Who'le Ren "Nanle",Not TheirFirst 0{The Last.

Ques: What Ceremonies in Moder.n Religions Were Take'n

From Ancient Egiptian Rituals?

ns: Every Religion, Secret 'Society, Society Itself, 'Arid lmost Every Aspect Of Everyday Life' KnownTodayWas I Hilt On EgiptianMysteries And Practices.' These Practices, I I' monies, AndRituals WereGrafted .Into The ThreeM~jpr Mnnotheistic Religions Of Today, Called Judaism,

II l'istianity ,And Muhammadism '(Islam), ; ,,;#', '

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I I I ~xample, In Judaic Teachings, The Menorah" Which,: Is II II rchment For The Seven Candles That Are Lit On The

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Ilhl Ilh (A Holy Day Up Kept In Remembrance Of Their

11141 h - God), Was Grafted Frop:iThe Ancient Egiptian

I I II I' f Free WiU Offering Tables; Before The' Su;pr~nie (Ancient Ones Or Deitie~) Syinbolic~lly T~ ", MaRe,! Nt y Comfortable In The HereafterAnd As 6rahtude II The Wealth And Abundance OfProsperity TheY; Were Itl\ I I With.

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Figure,

Tbe, Free wm Offering or "Ancient Egipt, One Of The Many Customs Grafted Into ,,' Judaism Called The Menorah

This Was Not The, Only Practice That Was Copied From AncientEgipt Into Judaism Or 'Christianity; They .Are All On And' The Same. The, 'Ceremony Of Muwulhhn "Circumcision:', Was Also An Ancient Practice That All Egiptian ' Citizens, 'Including TheWaab "Priest' All A'afertl-aat "Pharaohs", Were .Obligated To Have. ~~ W The Law.

Figure Circumcision In Ancient Egipt Before The 'Bible

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I I ted Ringlets Ofllai~ Worn By Jews.AreThe L~6~~':

II III Worn By Ancient Egiptian Boys, On One Side Of II II! I With The Re'st Of Their Head Shaved Bald. This 1111 il' Was Braided Or Worn Nappy.

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, Figure "

The Anc,ient Egiptian " Wearing The

. Lock Of Youth

, , Figure

A Jew Wearing The, Lock Of Youth In Modern Day.:

Christianity, The Second Of The Triad Of: Religion, 1'h Blinding Spell, AlsoG~afteQ It's CUstoms AtldBe1iefs FF01~~ EgifJ'tian MysteriesThrough Judaism., 'One' SuchCeremeuy Is Baptism.' Cleanliness In Ancient Egipt Was A'Must. TI, Priest Of Ancient Egipt Were Required To TakeA'BatdSev I Times' A Day, And Remove All Hair From Tht;ir' Bodi Before Entering The 'Temples. The Practice Of Baptism Is AI

, Ancient Ritual For Purification, Upon InitiationInto Sf. I Orders.rwhich Therein The Initiate ,Was Given A Nam', I Was Believed That OneWho Sets His Heart 'On Becomu Clean; B~GomesClean As Soon As H~ Consents In His II 'j

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'ToSb.un TeniptatiohsTHatBrirtgHis Saul In !the WI~tt ~I

Pure Reason. Within Every Religion It Exist, Whetb ',. II Called Baptism, Anointment, Sha/;ladah,Arld,so FOJj~l . 'I Remains OneThing.They AIL,Share;WhichIs'Yhe Meru

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Baptism, Or.The Act Of Cleansing Oneself Before Entering Iri~q ~olyGr8,llJ:ld;OLSt~teOf Mind,Is A UniversalCustom ~ That ... Ha~'NotGha,gged'For./Centuries.:..from. The, Aztec's In Airtetica;:Row~n ·qathQ,lics' In Europe, fIi~dus .In India, To The Orient; .Wher,eThe Monks Keep This Tradition To This Day In' The Same: Exact Manner As The Ancients Did, The

Ceremony Has Not Changed. . . .

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. 'I?igllre ,

ptlsm In Ancient Egipt, Still Performed In Many Ilfforent Forms ThroughoutThe World Todtty

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A,~.f.,,:Ma:tt€t.Qf A Fact, The Headpiece Worn By The Pope, Th'e"Iiead':PriestOf Roman Catholics, Is The Same Exact I-l~adpi~c~\Vorn' By The -PharaohAnkhanton. They Don't Hide The Fact. ThatEverything Came, Out OfEgipt; They Just Don't WantYou,'To MOW The Truth, Which Begins ,To' Unfold And'Is Yery'Clear To See Once You Do A'Little Research.

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Baptism PerformedToday With Water'

The Same Way The.Egiptians Did It'

In The· Religion Of Christianity, The Pracd'~e' Of' Priest W,earing Long Robes, And The Women WearingHeadpieees (Also Done By Orthodox Jewish Women-Who Shave.Their HairAnd W ¢ar \Vigs), ,Also Came Fronl'Anciep~'~gipt);l!'1 ':

Figure: The Wigs' Wor'n: By The Ancient Egiptians" 'Is Wh~re Modern Day ·.Wig

'Wearing Came From

Figure:

'I h Pope,'Notice,The,Head I If A:reExac~ly The Same

Figure, .

The Pharaoh. Ankhantou And HisWi,fe Nefertid,

lid Lust But Not L~~st,Muhammadisna (Islum), 'Ill

! I in That Professes Their Belief That Th I' I Nil 1111111 III 1'1 1'1 Allah, Has Also Grafted Ev ry <'\1111111111 lit II

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Their Religion From.Ancient Egipt, Literally From Head To" Toe., The Ancient'EgiptiansWere,The,FitstTo 'Wear Long

" .... ,,-, ,'"", .', • .,',.' ,',','" '.', <:1,",. " .

'Wl,1ite'Robes' Made 'ofq~tton AsA.~Ymbol..of Pllr:~pcatio,n III 'CetenioIljesAnd Rituals; 'As Seen' On '''~lmost Every Temple

In;Ancienf Egipt. " • ,

Figure The Pharaoh Of Ancient Egipt Wearing The Namuz Headpiece, Which Is Where The Muslims Get Their HeadpieceFrom "

.' Figure ,

'1'heAncient Egiptians Praying

With White.Robes.

. , ' ,Figure, A Muslim We~rillg A Whit , Robe While Praying, Wbt 'h "They Grafted Into [slum

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l2;:~en,,(fh,e He~aDress That Is Wort) Today ByJMusliml:l ;\111 Nu~s 'TI1rqugho1;lt The World:Is A:n:Ancient 13 dplllll Headpiece Called The Namuz, As Seen On Most Pharaoh,

Ancient Egipt. ' ~' " ,

Figure

J U Ancient Egiptian i I ring The Apron,

Figure A Mus, lim Woman Wearing

'. r' ,"

The Headpiece Of The,

Ancient Egiptians

;"Figure':. ' A Mason Wearing An Apron That Was I Copied From The, Egiptians

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'Figure

N efertiti Playing The Game Originally Called Senet Which Is Now Called' Chess' Today . '

.Figu~e' An Ancient Egiptian Playing .

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Figure

The Modern Day Chess Game That ,Was Taken From The Ancient Egiptians

Figure The'Modern DAlY II u"

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- Figure' An EgiptianLady Sips Milk While Her Hairdresser ; " PrimpsHerHair

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Bv rything That You See And Know Is. From Y our Ancient . 00 stors, Watered Down. Throughout' Time By The Hands

I Men To Suit Their .Selfish Needs, WantscLikes.iAnd I ll es. There Is Literally Nothing New Under. The Sun. III Knowledge Is Here For You. This'. Is The Key To ing The Spell. The Truth, And Only The Truth Can

You Free! This Is Why'I, Amunnubi Raakhptah, As A'aferti,' Am Here To Unveil The Past; Emphasize Present, And' Blue . Print .Tliei Future. RetriIciJ;1g

111 Ii retelling Our-Story That Takes Us Back To OUf I nes. Not His-Story, That Only Takes You Back As I Il Time. Once You' Know Your Past,' Your 11 ax Ahead,

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Ques: In Some Names, How Do You Determine Whether

They Are Male Or Female Names? '

Ans: The Comm,on'Names Were The Simplest, Oft~n Being

.No More Than Adjectives Like User "Strong", Nedjem '"Sweet" And Nefer "Good Or 'Beautiful". When Used As A Girl's Name, An Adjective Should Take The Feminine 'T' Ending. Example: Neter (Masc) Netert .(F~m) However,· Any Adjective Could Be Linked With Other Words, Or, The Name Of A Supreme Being To Create A Phrase, Such As: I, Mutnefret "Mut Is. Beautiful, Or Beautiful As Mut" Or Amen-User "Amen Is Strong": Some Names Ran In

, . Families, And It Was Common For Children To Be Named After Their Parents. In Some Tombs, There Were Several, Aruaat "Children" Of The Same, Parents Who Were Given The Same Names. The Ancient Egiptians Liked To Keep Honored Names ,In The Hau "Family". This Tradition, Of Giving Children The Family Name Is Still Practiced, Today. For Example: A Married Couple With The Last Name' Of Jones, Will Give Their Children A Chosen First (A~d Sometimes Middle) Name, Like John (Robert) Jones. Notice The Last Name IsNot AChosen Name, But A Fa~ilyNart1e.

Ques: If • My ,Mate And I Both' Have Egiptian Renaae "Names", And The Last Part Of Our Egiptian'Renaat "Names" Are Different" How Do We Choose A 'Name Fn

Our Children? . '

The Ancient Egiptian Order Does Have A,Sys:tem or Naming Adults Between The Ages Of 18 And Up. ' However, It Is Important That Aruaat "Children" Under The Age Of 1 H Have Egiptian Names As well. Under The Ancie'nt'Egipthlll

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Order"There Is,A NewOrdet Called "The Young Egiptian Order Of Horus" (Y.E.O.H.) For-Ages '7-17. .If You Have A Child In This Age Group, He Or She ~a?-\ Receive Their Own ,Egiptian Name Just By Joining Y.E.O.lI., However, If You, Have Children Under The Age Of 7,i;he Ancient Egiptian', Ord~r Is Offerei~g You A Way To Name Your Children And. Give Them Egiptian. Names Starting At Birth. You Should, Choose The First And Second Part' Of Your Child' s Egiptian Name And The End Of His/Her, Name Can Either Be The'

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E~d Part Of The' Mother's Name dr The End Part Of The

Father's Name.

At Birth, Your Khat "Body" Was Named 1;3y your Physical Family, And Now It;s Time For your Ba "S.oul" to Be Born And .Re-Named By Your Spiritual Egiptian Family .. The Follo1wing Is A List Of Names, WhichiAr~Also Considered Attributes. For Those WhoAre Not-Members Of The Ancient Egiptian Order, These Attributes Can B~'At~ibuted1To, Yoii And Should Only I;3e Taken As Renaat"Names" If You elm I" Illy Live Up To The TitleYou Have Chosen. And Those Of

1I Who Are Members Of The Ancient Egiptian Order" The' F( II wing Single Renaat"'Names" 'Below Can. Be Chosen To Furm Your Child's Name With The 'Meaning Of Your Choice. l~gjptians"Nuwaupians", It IsYour Duty To Raise your I 'hlll To Live Up ToThe NameYou Choose. These Nam~s N t Games. They Are Sacred And Should Be Taken

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"Tama-reyeEsh Renaat" Egiptian Male Names

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Akhu

Straight, More Upright

Am Aten Re

He Who Is In The Disk Of Ra

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One.Whc Is Sound To Honor A Mastel'

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Amduat

Amen

, Hidden, Unseen, invisible

Amenemhet

Amun Is Supreme

.Amun Is Satisfied:

Amenhotep

Amenophis

Amun Is Pleased '

Ames

God Of Generation And Fertility

He Who Is .

Ami

Ami Ib

He' Whb IsJn Jhe Heart.

The' Procreator,

Amsu

Amsu-Re

The Protector OfRe"

Amun

The Hidden One, Unseen, Invisible

An

Piflar .

Anbu

To Wrap Around

Safe Is His Heart '

Anediib

Worker, Accomplisher

To Work From The,Heart

f '. .".' • '. "

I Am The Way

The Spirit -Of Aten

-Heavenly Bodies,' "

Thinker,

Protector Of The Dead

Messenger OfHeaven And Hell

Beginnings, Sky, Protectress

Great Opening

SpiritualPlal').€ '

To Strive

To riv F r P I He Who H

He Who I ~ 11

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Harkhuf

Circulation

. Hapi

One Who Protects, Protector

Haru '

Mountainous, FarAway

Hat

House

'i ",

Heb '

Festival

Crown

Hedj

Light, Brightness, White

Hedjet

Infinity

Heh

Majesty

• t

Hem-Ef

Henket

Offerings, To Give, Present

Hensekh

64'

,Wise, Intellectual

Praise

To Embrace

Ruler,

He Who Is Above

To Bring, To Bear, To Car

Above, Over

To Be Favored

The Smiter

Heart

Revered, Venerated

Wrapping

Healing

Crown

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Mehen

Meh'en

Mekyt

Men

-.'

Lasting, .Continual

Menhu

Morning Sky Boat Of Re

To Offer Up

Menjet

Eternal Like The Spirits Of Re

Menkaure

Combiner

Mentu

Peaceful Combiner

Mentuhotep

Joy, :pleasure

Menyet

Reward, COlppensation

Mertu

To Form, Attribute,

Merur

Born .

Mes

To<Establish

Mesen

Born or

Mes-En

Meska

Montuhotep M)~e~ __ ~-~~~~~--~~~~~--------I

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Messeh

, ;

To Give Gift

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Rekhtu Clever, Smart, . ;.
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Renenutet Nourishment, .. ,.
Sa Son ., ... ' ,
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Sabur Patient, . '.
Sahu Orion '·,i
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Sahure He "Who Is Close To Re .. ,
Sanakhte Strong Protection
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Sankh ', .. , . He Wno byes
Saten Magnificent, ,
Sebkhet Keeper Of the. Pylon " .. , , "
Sebkhet-Re Gateway To The Sun
Seh Council .. . ,." , ""," .
Sehetep Satisfied ,.
Seker Silence
Sekhemkha. Powerful Spirit ."
11~1emkhet . Powerful In Body ) ., . " ....
I khemu Power, Powerful ,
, khemwy Powers
II ti Following, To Follow -. ",
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Unite; Reuniter ,.
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merkhet Thoughtful Friend
111\ Brother .. , I
II I .One Of Good Health, Healthyc., . ",' ",
11 1 n1llt He Who Is The Son Of Mut ,
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I IIllt A Good Being , . ,I
1111 r Mighty "
• 1111 " I The Mighty One
, 'II r To Be trusted
I I \ To Be Enclo d _~OIlJ
1111 I ttl Art' nS'rOII (I j I l luuurht
I I Cho: II
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Tutankhatun"

Unas '.

lJS€f,

Userk3f.

Usir

Utcha

Uteti

Waas

Wab

Great Is The Soul Of Re

Great Are TheJ\1anifestations OfRe

Great :Is Jhe Council Of Re

The Joyful BeetleOfTh Spiri! oru

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Great

Aker Ankh Amun The Living Lion Of Amun

Aker Ankh Hotep The Peaceful Lion Of Life '

Aker Hotep Aturr,

Ahhah Atun The Eternal Warrior Of Mentu

Mentu

Aker Haiti Ankh The Eternal Far Away Lion

Amun '

Aker Xb61ili Akhty

Aker Ahmose ' Ankh

AhhahAtun Mentu

AkerHotep The peaceful Lion Of Amun

Amun

Aker Nebu Ra The Golden Lion OfRa '

I r Re Amun The Hidden Lion Of Re '

I t Sekhem The UniquePowerful Lion

Son Of The Powerful Lion Resides. In

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Amun Asaru Re

The All Seeing Eye OfRe Is Bidden

Lion Makes

AmunBaRe

'The'IIidden SoulOf'Re ..

AmunEmHat:

'Ar#uQ.I~ At The Head ,

Amun Harkhuf Tehuti

'The "Hidden· One Who Protects

Sacred Writings ,

AmunHat-Har Re

The Hidden, House Of The Re

Amun Hir Khop

Shef -

Amun Is His Strength

AmunHotep

The Hidden One Is Satisfied.

AmunHotep Ankh

Amun Is, Eternally Satisfied

Amun Hotep , Setep

f-;

Amun KaAnkh Re

The Secret Spirit Of Life Of The Spirit' Of The Sun'

Amun Ka Gureg

The Spirit Of The Hunter Is Hidden In

You '

The .Happy Hldden First Spirit

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_ The ,EgiptLanNames ~ __

Atum ' sir Kham . The Undifferentiated All Seeing One

. The' Opener Of The Atum /,

TheUnique One Who' Keeps The Secrets Of Am un.

One Who Keeps The Unique Secrets Of '

. Asaru Tehitu Atum

Atum Ankh

, .Hor~mh~b

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Pa Tama-reya Renaat

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Ankliamun

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As The Son Of Amun

Djedefre Sen Amun

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Duamutef Ankhamun- Re

Who Endures As The Son Of Atun-Re

, .Djedefre Sen Atun-Re

Duamutef Ba ' Atun

Djedefre Seshat Maat

One Who Endures The Writings Of Maat

I . 'f

Duamutef Ba ' Tum

"The$haper, Of Life

, ' Djedefre Tehuti , Maat'

Duamutef En Ankh

Duamutef En, Atun

DuamutefEn Ib

DuamutefEn Maat

DuaSentAtum-:' , Re

Duamutef Hehet' Ankh,

Duamutef Ab Atun

The.Shaper Of The Unique F uh I'

Duamutef Ankh AtumTalah

The Eternal-Transmutation I 1\111111 Third

Duamutef Ankh "

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The Eternal Shaper Of Atuu-l

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The Living ShaperOf Amun-Re

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l He Who ForseesThe Wisdom Of Tehuti '

TheShap~r. : -or The 'Sc>ul,", He 'Who

F orsees In Darkness " " '

The Chosen.Shaper Of Arnun

, The Chosen Shaper Of Amun

The Satisfied Shaper Of Ra

The

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Ma'at

The EtemalSupporter Of The Skies of

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Asaru " c

Duamutef Tehuti The Forseer Of The Just Wisdom

DuamutefZoser Tehuti

, The Shaper Of The Divine Wisdom,

Duty Meh Amun Re

The Forceful Speaker Of Arnun-Re '

F apet Atun Asaru

" .Fapet Ay Shem Divine Leader, Supporter Of The Sky I

jFapet Goreg Dua Th~ ,Adoring Hunter, Supporter I Of The Iii

I I.Sky , "~I ""l

.Fapet Re Goreg The Supporter Of The Sky, Hunter OfRe

Gaien Nefru The Act Of Good Living "I',

Ankh

Geb Ahhah Hotep Warrior, Of Peace ,I,ll

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Geb Ankh Amun Hidden Life Of The Earth I If'

Geb Ra Amun Hidden Of Sacred Earth

Geb Ra Ankh The Sacred Goose Of Eternal Life,'

Birthed Ra ' , ,,,

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Gerger Tuta The Destroyer' Of The Evil One'

Gerhet Ahhah The Hidden, Warrior Of The Night

Amun

" Gerhet Amun " Ankh

Eternal 'Life Is Hidden In The Everlasting

Night ,~~

GoregAker

Ahhah '

One Who Hunts As The Warring Lion i!i,.~

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Goreg Amun-Ra 'The Hunter Of Amun-Ra ~

Goreg Ankh Teref The' Hunter Of The Eternal Wisdom Of, Amun Apmn' '/ 'j; ,

GoregAnkh Teref The Hunter 9f The Eternal Wisdom Of~

Thoth Thoth' , "

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Goreg Ba,Terer The Soul Who 'HuntsFor Wisdom ,f' '1';

Pa Tama-reye Renaat .

__:_ --;--,--_rh~ EgiptianNa",,~s._,-,-' _

Goreg DuaFapet

The .Adoring Hunter,' Supporter Of The

Sky , " .

Goreg En Heh

The Hunter Of Infinity :

Goreg Fapet Re,

TheSupporter Of The Sky; Hunter.OfRe

Goreg Kerl) Ba

The Secret Hunter Of The Soul",

GoregRhem Tehuti

One who Loves To Hunt For Wisdom

'I He Who, Hunts For, the SacredWritings

Of Atum', ','

Goreg TehutiAtum

GuregAmun Ankh

. The Eternal Hunter Is Hidden In YQU

. , ,"

Gureg Amun Ka

The Spirit Of The Hunter Is Hklden,In

You,., ,'" '"

Gureg Hetep

'One Who Hunts For Happiness' --:-'

HaiAnkhAmunRe (

Gureg Re Atun

The Unique Hunter OiRe

Hai Ankh Amun Re

'i'i " '.

Rejoicing In The Image, Of Eternal Stability

HaiDjedTut Ankh'

Hai Tut Djed Ankh

Rejoicing In The Image Of Eternal , Stability

Hapi Mose Netcher

Born Of The Circle Of Deity.

Hapi Sa Neb

H~Who Is The Lord That Circulates

Protection " , , ' ,", ': ':,1

Hapi Tut Ankh"

He WhoIsA Worrier, Son'OfHar'",'

The Eternal Image Of Circulation : "

Har Sen Aha

Har Sen Hotep

,The HighSon.OfPe(ice

The All Seeing Eye or Re l~ High

HarUsir Re

Harakhte Ankh Hetep

Haru Of The, Horizion, Who, Lives III Peace

The Living,' Protector Of The

,U ndifferentiated One i / I

Harkhuf Ankh Atum

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Pa Tama-reye Renaat The Egiptian Names

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Harkhuf Protector Who Lives In Eternal Peace I~j,
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Ankhhotep , , , Ii!
Harkhuf Apet .He Who Protects The Sky
Harkhuf Atum The ' Living " Protector: Of The!~
Ankh Undifferentiated One " ' ',1:1,
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Harkhuf Atum The Protector Of The Undifferentiated' 111;,
Ankh , One Lives Eternally "If!
HarkhufAtum Protector Of Atum The First
Wah I}~
Harkhuf Atun The Unique Protector Of Amun-Re ' I"
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Amun-Re "
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Harkhuf En Ankh The Protector Of The Eternal One I,
, Harkhuf En Hotep The Protector, Of the Peaceful, One ' .' ','~I~
Harkhuf FapetRa ' 'iT-he Eternal, Protector Of The Skies Of Ra '~)I"
Harkhuf Haru Re 'The Protect OfRe Is FarAway , : ,I;" ,
Harkhuf Hat Re Protector Of The House Of Re I·
Harkhuf Hotep The Protector Of, The Eternal Peacefu~:'
, , ' ,
Ankh " ' One "',1'",
HarkhufHotep The Peaceful Protector Of Atun- Ra "i" I,i';
Atun-Ra -, !'t' ~ '",,',1:
Harkhuf'Ra The Protector Of Ra I "
Harkhuf Ra Ankh ' The Protector, Of Ra Lives In Eterna!{I:'
Hotep Peace ,
ii"
HarkhufRe The Protector Of Re "
Harkhuf.Sa Si- Horus Protects Me.Son Of Am un
Amun ,ii,",
Harkhuf Sen Ra Protecting Son Of Ra - 'fe' "
Harkhuf Tehuti One Who Protects The Divine Wo):, o ~ ,
'" ) AndWisdom ' r ,
Ham Ankh Ka The Spirit Is Eternally Above I,
Haru Ankh' rum' ,Be Whq Lives On High Eterrially, 'T~
Wah ' . The First ' " ' ",,' , ,'1
Ham Hotep I He Who Is On High In Peace ~';"
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________ The Egiptian Names, __ -'-- __ -'-----'--_,......__;_,..

Haru Hotep Ba

Ham KaAnkh

Haru Ka Hetepre

HaruMaat Sen Re

Ham Nakhte Hotep

Ham Re Amun '

Ham ReAtun

HaniRe Harkhuf

Ham Sen Hotep

Wall '

I Ham Sen Seba

Ham Sen Sneferu

Haru Tum Ankh

Ham-Hat Ankh

Hasut Ankh Re

Hat Re Amun

Hat Shep Sut'Tut

Ankh "

Hatheru Ankh Hotep

Hati Imiut Atum

Heb. Kamatef.' Ankh

Heb Mati Ankh

Hem-Neter- Tepy-, Amun

HeqaEm TamaRe

The Powerful Soul Is1n Peace faraway

He Whose Spirits IsEternally High ... '

He Who I~ -On High In ThePea«eflil;

Spirit Of Re \ . i'{'

'Haru, The Truthful.Son Of Re ',' i:

Victorious-Is Ham hi Peace hi •

The Hidden Sun Is; Ear Away l

" "

The Unique Sun Is Far Away

Protector Of Re And Haru. .....

The First SOl,lOf Peace Resides: I!} The

Far Away .' l " ,;, '.".;"',,:'

The Highest Son From The Stars" ~ ,

The Highest Son Of Beauty'.",

Eternal Completeness And Perfection Is

Far Away .'

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The House Of Haru.Is Eternal

One Who Eternally Praises Re" ,,:

The House .Of Re Is Hidden , ,,;, <

Im~ge Of Life, foremost OfT~e;NQ?le ">

" " ' :' :

. The Far Away HouseOfEternal-Peace .....

.... ,~

He Who Is Wrapped In The ,Physica} Heart Of The Undifferentiated One ~,

He Who Has' Fulfilled His Time As The Living Ibis .' ' " "" ..

The Eternal' Physical' Heart Of TheIbis " .. ,,:'

BrightIs'TheManifMtation/Onte . (;ill ;'

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The Hidden Prophet i ,,'j, I,'i:'t,., ." .·:t";"i':

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He Who Is Ruler Of Upper Egipt .. ';,.' ,.

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_~----~ .. The,Egiptian/yal11es ~~

Pa Tama-reye Renaat

-:---" __ -"-- __ __;__The Egipiian,' Niimes ~~--,-....,.--:

Overlooker Of Happiness _

Heres-Hetep

PeaceOfRa

. Herew Aha' Goreg

The One Who Is Above As The Warrior I'"

.And Hunter . "" ,__;,

The Peaceful Unique Soul

Hotep Ba Atun

Hotep He' Khafri

.The Peaceful Soul OrTM Appearance Of

Re : ; i ,,'

The Protector And Foundation'. Of Re,.

One Who Is Above . , ,

Herew Amsure Geb

One Who Peacefully Endures The Light OfRe "

Hotep Ojed NawurRe

. In The Eternal Image Of One .who Is.

Above . .---,-J

Herew Ankh Tut

He Who Hunts for Peace -.

Hotep Goreg

Herew Sen Arnun pne Who Is Above, Son Of TD-e HiddeO ~;Ji

-, The Peaceful' Illuminating 'Light In Tile

Far Away , '.

Hotep Haru Re

He Who Is Satisfied In The House Of Re

Hotep HatRe

Ham. Protects Me, Son Of Amun

. I I.

Heri HorSa

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Peaceful To Foreigners '

Hotep Kawit

One . Who Dwells Peacefully .ln» The'

House Of Re '

.j\mu,n.' ,.

Hotep Khent Hat Re

The ProtectingSon Of Amun l

Heri Sa Amun

Heru Kek Sent Amun

,One Who' Is Above, The' MysterioUS

Daughter Of The Dark f"

.. The Peaceful Protector Of Arnun

Hotep Khufu Amun

, Thy Two ,Eyes Of Horus. :

,the Peaceful Forceful Speaker

Hotep Meduty

'~ru Nub Ankh'

th~Etemal Life Hartl Is Golden

. The Peaceful Forceful Speaker Of -The ..

Divine Words'Of Wisdom

Hotep Meduty Tehuti

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HorusThe TWQ Eyes ~

Heru-Merti

House Of The Ka Of Ptah ~

Hotep Nar Amun

The Hidden Peaceful Bird ' ..

HetKa Ptah '.

. . HeteP Ankhamun ,

The. Eternal Happy One Of Amw.ri ,'~

T~e,Peacefu\BirdOfRe ' ..... , ' .

Hotep Nar.Re

The Mighty One Of Pe<;tce~' "~~i~

Hetep Senusret .'

She Who S,ees' !h~ Hidden: Bnergy.Of

Creation Clearly',. I'

Hotep Raet Amun

. One Who Triumphs As The Protector Of

Atun: " " . f!

Heti Harkhuf

The Peaceful Reuniting Son: . -,

Hotep Sen Sobek

Atun

Thinker Of The Throne And Happiness ~

The PeacefulDaughter Who 'Thinksv." "

Hetpet Kayti Aset

Hotep Sent Kayti

He Who Is Pleasing In The Image or Peace .. ,

HonAlla '; . ". '. .,

Hot'ep Tut' Mere

Horizon Of The'Hidden Disk) '. p.:_:_

Hor Aten Amun.

Horus Of-The Double Horizon

Horakhty

Hotep The First .

Hotep Wah

Haru Is The Eternal Beloved Of Amun ~'~

PleasingIn Great Powers.'

Horemheb Ankh

Hotep 'Worset Sekhemyy

The Great Lady Of The Sky Deity ,':1

Horit Netjeret .Wosret .

:'.: ".. ,',. '

The Peaceful Eternal sour , .

Hotepankh Ka .

the Hidden One Strikes, With' A Strong

Arm " ,

Hotep Abekh Nubi

He Who Makes Way For Golden Peace,'

Huni Amun-Ra

The Unique One Who Dwells In1L

The Divine' F~th~rWho' Strikes ,The. E~iI

Huni Ayi Tuta

Hotep Aten Ra

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Ka Ramases

Imsety Kahenti; Den'.

Ka Aker Hetep

Ka Ankh Hbtep

Ka Asar Tum

KaAsartum

Kal;Ietep

KaKheperEn Ankh

KaMoatuRe

KaMotuRe

Ka. Muen.Arp.

KaPtahAmun

KaRaNefer

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___ ~ _ _::___TheEgiptian Names ~_c-;:-_

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'Kahenti Imhotep The Spirit Of Ra Is At Peace ,
Ra I:~
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.Kahenti Imset' The Striking Healing Spirit Of Deity ," I~
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Den • '. I. I
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.Kahenti Ra ' The Spirit Of-Ra Is At Peace " il"
Imhotep ! ' .~
Kainatef Ankh He Who Has fulfilled His Time As The~
Heb ' . Living Ibis " ,-
Kamoatu Re He Whose Spirit Is Combined With The
Sun ' . ;
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Kamose , Ruler I
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• Kam.os¢Aker Re ' " Rul¢r Of The Lion Of Re " , '~
Karnose Rahetep Ra'is Satisfied With The' Ruler ; <l1!
'Kamose.SokarRe ", ,The Silent Ruler OfRe 'it'
Kartek.Henutsen Inner Image Of The Spark 1;1,
Tum " " , c~\'i;'
Kat Tehuti , Works Of The Master Of Divine Words"1
" And Wisdom ' If,
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KatutArikh " The Spiritual Image Of The Living ;c.<'
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Katut Ankh Hotep , ' PeacefulSpiritual Image' Of Eternal Life""
, Kauket.~aM~re' Beloved 'Spirit Of The Pure Darknessi:,i~-,
Kek-Amun Ankh .One Who.Raises The HiddenLife ,
Kek Re Ankh Eternal Life- Is Found Within Triple
Darkness
Kematef Harsiese He Who Has Fulfilled His Time Is Born
-Mes' .Of The Son Of Isis, ,
Kemkem Nofret One Who' Discovers The Beauty Of Ri: "",
Ra , " "',,''''' ,
( I" K:emJ~em Seshat Q)U€ Wfuo Discavers The \NEitings Of Rill
.~ i"'"1Re ... ..».
Kerf Hetep " ORe Who Catilb Out'Happiness ':N~'l ,
Kerf Hotep Ma'at Be Who Brings Out Peaceful Justicej.-»
Kerf Maat " He Who Carries Out Justice
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_ --~The Egiptian Names,_, _ __,..,-_--,--_----,-_

Kerf Tehuti Ankh, One Who Carries Out The Eternal

Atun Wisdom Of Atun •

KerfTehuti Ankh: One Who Carries Out" The Eternal

Wisdom Of-Re' ' " , '

Re

One Who Carries, Out The .Wisdom diRe

Kerf Teref.Re

One Who Holds The Hidden Secrets Of

The Soul' I '

, Kerh Amun Ba

KerhAmunKa

One Who Holds The HiddenSecrets Of ' '

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The Spirit

Kerh Amunmin Ba

He Who Holds The Hidden Secret Of The

Soul' , '

Kerh AtunBa

"One, Who Holds The Unique Secrets Of

'TheSouJ. " , . ' " " , ,.'

KerhHotep The vPeaceful One Who Holds The'

Amun S~cret~ Of Am.~, " '" ,

Kerh Khufu Ankh He Who Secretly Prot~cts The Everliving , Kerh Min Ba ,The One Who Holds The Secret, Of The

Soul

The, HunterWho Holds The Secrets Of '

An:mu" ,',

Kerh Miri Goreg , Amun

Kerh Min Ka ' t;

One Who ,BeIongs.T 0 .Atun-Ra

Kerhet Atun- Ra

, One Who Binds The Secrets Of Atun

Kerhet Mekheet Atun

One Who Holds The Secrets Of Atum

KerhetMin Atum

The Holder Of The Secrets of Ra

Kerhet Min Ra

Kerhet Min ' . Tehuti'

. HolderOf'Ehe Secret Wisdom'

One Who Belohgs'.To The Chosen Ones

Who Holds The S'ecret . ,',' " '

Kerhet Setep Min

Nika . . '

He Who Carries, The Spirit Of Waset

Kha Em Waset '

The Spirit Of'ReComes Into Being "

Kha Kheper Re

The Spirit OfReComes Into Being'

Kha Kheper Re

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Pa ,Tama-reye Renaat _:__~--,,-,--,--"--~~~Tlu~,Egiptian Names---,-_~~_~~

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~--..'-,- ~_TheBgipti(ln~Names~. -:---~ __ ----,,-- _

Appears As. The

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r.Kh:;;.,~e.:.Am:...:le.:...r~K::.;:a,-;, R:;_:, e:...:.",,--:' ~r-:.T~h~, e::_:S::::0~',u::.I_.:::O:;, f-;:R~e~A.;-b~i~d~~s~· _:_'_~_~~,:_:_:jl,iit Kheper Wah .Appearing'Like Re, AmunThe First I 'ill

Amun,,', '",. ",,':$

Khepru Zoser Ka The .Manifestation Of The Divine Spirit

Kheti Seshat ,.one Who Administers The Writings. Of I"}~II

Thoth Thoth, ,'" #I~V"

Khety Mery Ib Beloved Is The Heart Of Re ,

: Khnum AbRe He Who Molds 'The Heart OfRe " ""', .: '.'~!:,I;iI

Khnum En Hotep Creator Of Peace

Khnum Hat He Whe . ~uilds ,The' House FbI;" The I::~

'Fehuti .. Sacred Wntmg ,

Khnum Hotep Creator Of Peaceful Thoughts '1\1(il

rB;:;'-;--az::_;,u:_::n __ , -;-:' ;-:---;'~-+:::::;::---:~::-c---::-:-:-~-:--::-:~ __;_:jli'f:

K:hnUIJ;l ,Hotep Re TliePeacefuIMolder,OfRe, ,I, I I~

KhonsuAmduat One Who Travels To The Underworld /J~ rK;:;;::h":-0-ns~' u--A:';:' 7tu-in~:_:_;_+'O;::, ~n::'e-;:W~' ~ho':::_' ~P~ro=-t:_:ec:::t::_~-::T;h'_':e~',H:;l~·d~d~,en~W;.~iS~d~O~n1__L,j'l"di\II.

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~Kh~6-n--su~, ~H~m-.~:~---r,O~n-e~W~h--o~T-r-av-e~ls-.-O-n-H~ig-h---:---~'--~

Kl'i@l1so"Kcitep He Who Travels In Peace ' !'~iil-

Atum' 1 . ". '. '.' 'I:

Kh(,),ITSU Kerh The" Guided Traveler Who i Holds Tht': I~'l.

ISeshem Secret . ." '.. '. :II~

I<honsl:i:Ma'atRe On.eWhQ Travels With The Justl~e Of.R~ll»

Khonsu Meduty He Who Travels And Speaks With,'

• t.\tWf;)) tJniqu~tF(i).rGe.... T. ""I ..... "';t"';I'"j

Khonsu Tehuti .~ He ~ Who c' Travels . "With' The Sacred''

Ma'at Writi:n,gsQf Ju;;;tic.e 1 ";~f"

KI1o:l'lsU Wab' He. Is The First Who Travels Towards"

A~ Re .\ . The Ever Living Sun ".:"

'Kh)i"EriRe'The Power OfRe', .' ". J ''';''~'

Khu Re . Protector .of The 'Young One '(·'t

,Nefe~~lnu ' . 'I ,,,a,,,'

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Pa Tama-reye Renaat _'_~~----,--~~~'" Th~ Egiptill:n Nam~s,--,.,,--_.__-,-~-,-,-'-.,-

Khufu Amun Re

The Hidden Protector Of Re ,

Amun ,

Khufu Ankh . Hotep \

The Ever Living Protector OfPeacy

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·The Eternal :Protector Of The. Traveler

Khufu Atnah Sen Runi

The Protecting Soli; Huni The Second

, ~ .... :

Khufu En Tehuti

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.One . Who Protects The Wisdom .Of T ehuti '. ,\. , '

Khufu Fapet Asaru,

The Eternal Protector or The Skies Of

Asaru: i ,

The Eternal 'Protector Of The Skies OfRa

Khufu Fapet Ra

The Protector OfPeace Remains Hidden,

Khufu Hotep ArriUl1

He Who Protects The Spirit Of Ra

KhufuKaEf

The.Protecting Spirit Pours Out" ,.

KhufuKaRe

Khufu. Katut Amun

One Who Protects The Spiritual Image

.of Amun i . " 1 "J; I

Khufu Nehbu

The Unique Golden Protector

',.,,': "" I

Atun . .... I.'

-f Khufu Nehisi

Ankh 'I' .... ',.

Khuru Sheshat

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Ranub

The Et,ernal,Protector Of The Black Ones'. ~

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Protector Of The Golden Writings .,,'

He Who Protects The Two Lands Of Re

KhufuSokar Re '"

Khufu Tawy Re

The Silent Protector dfRe

HeWhoProtegts TheSacreq WritiJlgs Of

Wisdom . , , - .

Khufu T ehuti .. '

th~ P~~teCtor Of The Ruler Of The Night

Khufu Zoser Kher

. TheH~ly\:One,. GiverOf Truth'A:nq,~igpL

Khut BastRe .

The 'Giver Of Light And Fire OfRe

Maru Aten t

KhutMa Qetesh

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'Pa'Tama .. reye-Renaat .

___ ----+--" The Egip~io:n Names_~ -,-

,: The, Forceful Speaker Of Peace tI~/
Meduty Hotep "
Meduty Ankh Re TheEternal Forceful Speaker OfRe
Meduty En Amun , ,The Forceful Speaker Of The Hidden Sun
Meduty En Hotep The ForcefulSpeaker Of Peace ,
Meduty En Ma'at The Forceful Speaker Of Tnith
MedutyEnRe F orcefulSpeaker Of Ret '., I:~
Meduty SenMa'at The Forceful Speaker' Of The' Scm Of
Justice And Order >
, Meduty Wah The First Forceful Speaker Of Amun ' 'l:~:
Amun .. ~. j
Meh Dute Amun . . The Forceful Speaker Of Amun-Re I,~
: R.~' " :( , " ,,' I~~'
Mehen Kheper Re Flourishing Is the Manifestation Of Re
Meh-Urt Khufu The Mighty Protector Of The Traveler
I Khonsu " ' ' ' . I
- .' :,
: 'MehutRe Henut FilledWithOfferings For Re
Mekheet Aten The Eternal ' Binder, Of The Sacred
Sesh~tAnkh ,
Writings Of Aten ;'" ., 'I'"
Mekyt Aten Re The Eternal Binder Of The Unique Sun J~
Men KaRore Eterri~l Are The Spirit Of Re 1:'
MenKau ·Re' , Eternal.LikeThe Spirits Of Re . :,I:r
MenKali Hor, . Eternal Are The' Souls Of Haru
Men Kheper Re Lasting Is The Manifestation Of Re
Men Maat'Ankh' .: 'The Justice DfRe Is Eternal .,
Re ,
Men Maat R,:e' EternalIs The 'Justice Of Re '
Ankh " I'l'
Men Mi Re Ankh Eternal Like Re "
, '
Men Pehty Re Eternal, Is The Strength or Re < " I·;'
Ankh , ': " '.\ , ;,i
Menes 'Y'
Menet Sent Amun The Daugl)terOfTheHiqden Swallow ',.q
: I .Menet Sent Aten -. rlfuUriique:Daughter. Of The Swallow J".
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.' The Egiptian Names, __ --'-_--'---'--

~--'--"-------'-'--~

HeWho Eternally Offers Up Peace , '

" .

MenhuHotep Ankh

, ' ',,' ..'

MenkaureSen

Shl_}, '; " ,

Shu" The Son, Who, Is Eternal A~ The,

. Souls OfRe "

The Carpenter Of Amun '

, "',"1.-

MenkhuEn Amun

One Who €ombines TheW arriors Of Ra' ,

Mentu, Ahhah Ra '

Mentu The First.The Eternal One

MentuAtun Wah

One Who Combines The Peaceful Soul

Mentu Bahotep ,

MentuEnBa

Carrying Out The WishOf Re Forever

Mentu Heh Talah

Be Who Fixes In Peace i,<,

Mentu Hotep

The Eternal Peaceful Combiner Of Amun

.' \ .:', v ' . .

Mentu Hotep Ankhamun

You Are Combined With The Sun,'

Mentu Ra

One Who Lov~s The Open' Ways Of Mentu

Mentu RhemPtah .

One Who! Combines The Gh9sen,N9.ble

• " " " .',t

Mentu Setep ' Shepses .

The Combiner, Amun The First

,", " ,;, " .' ",,:, ", :Ii '.,

Mentu Wah

Amlin! '.'

MontuIs Eternally Happy "

Mentuhotep Ankh

Strong Is The LoveOfRe .

Mer User Re

Mer User.Re

Mere Farasha Re

ThePleas'ing Butterfly OfRe

Her' Spirit Is Pleasing

Mere Nebty Ka

He Who Is Pleased13Y Tl].e Sacred

Writings OfRa '., .

.Mere Ra T ehuti

EternalBeloved Of Am un

Mere~Ah1un

Ankh .

Beloved One Of Peace

Meres Ankh Hotep

, The EternalPeac~ftil One,O['TIhe,HiQcien.'

Meres Ankh

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___ ~_---,,;-1:«e Egiptian Names _ __:_ _ __:_ __ -,

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Hotep Amun .One r
"
Mere's Ankh Tut He Who Is, In The Everliving Image Of
. _' .,1"
The Beloved ,
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Meru SaPtah Son Of Ptah, Beloved By Ptah ,d
Messeh Ta Neb "He Who Annointed The'God Of The
I Earth '··l"
Messes Amlin Offspring Of The Hidden One " Ii
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Mesu Djeser Ba "He Who Is Born Of The HolySol}1
Mesu Djeser Ka He Who Is.Born Of The Holy Spirit r~. .
MesuDjeser Sen He Who Is Born O,f The Holy Son
Mesnti Atufu-R'e .Off'Spring Of Atum-Re .,1. ,'" ,:ill~
Mesuti Atun-Re Offspring QfAt,uh-Re " :~
Mesuti Re "'J Offspring Of Re \ .
Mi Re Men Ankh ' Re Is Eternal I'l
Min Amudat Seba One Who Hold The Key To The Stars "
Min Amun Ba ' Orie Who Holds'.The Mysteries Of The,;
,Soul ~
Min Amun Ra Holder' Of The Mysteries Of Ra ' ,'; "
, Min Ani Sen ' The Highest Son Of Mystery Is At Peace
ijotep. !
., '1,
Min Ankh Re The Eternal Mystery Of The Sun ,
MinAtunRe Holder Of The Unique Mysteries.Of'Re ,' -
Min KauRe , He, Who Holds The'Mystery Of The /'"
Spirit orn-
Min Re Hotep IiQlder OJ The Peaceful Mystyry Of Re. ~,
Min TamaRe One, Who I-I0lds The Mystery Of Earth ~
Water , , " " ~. ,,'
Min Tehuti Amun "
One Who Holds Tl_w Hidden Wisdom, ' -ii
Minuser T ehuti One'Who Holds The Powerful' Sacred",
" . Writings
i
, Montu Sen Re, Montu Son Of The Eternal Sun ' , ,-"I'
Allkh " " " " ,!'~'i
.Mose Sahura :' One Who.ts Born Close To Ra p'.'\',ie'
, , .ioo

Pa Tama-reye Renaat

The Egiptian Names._--'-_.......,.:----"-,,----_

-~'----__:_--

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The Ruler Of Strength Is Re "',

One Who Is,,eorn A Warrior

Mose-Aha

Born Of Divine Body, Eternal Ruler Of

. "., i' ,

The House'

Mus' Zoser Ankh ' ,

Hat \ I'

Born' Of Divine Body" Ruler 'Of, The

, ,

Mus Zoser NebtHat

House

Strong In His Ruler'Earu

Nakht Haru Heb

", ,

Strong In His Ruler' , "

,,:

Nakjt Bebteb -Nefer

Beautiful And Strong Champion '

'. ' ,;~' , ',".'

NamirHerew Gureg

Striking Catfish, One Who Is Above, The

Hunter' I, "

The Eternal PeacefulStriking Catfish ,.'

NamirHotep

,Ankh" ,

Namty Em Sa 'Namty Is His Protection

Nar Re Amun The Mysterious'BirdOf Amun

~N~"~ar!:_;R~e ~A~nkh~~-t--T~h~e~,E~t2e~rn~a~1 ~B~ir:';d~O~f~R~e~~;:=-:-"'-':-~~"

N armer Sen The Striking Son Of The Hidden One

Amun "

Narmer Sen Ankh Narmer, The Son Of Eternal Life;

" ;.

Narmir Apep ,The Everlasting Striker Of Apep' "'"

,

Ankh'

,', '

N armir Sen Re

Narmer, SonOf'Re

I

Narmir.Tut Re'

He Who Strikes In The Image Of Re

NebAnkh Behdet

Eternal Master Of Edfu

Neb Er Cher

Master Of The Universe ,

Neb HekNe-Hes

Master Of The Nubian Bark ' "

Neb Hepet Ra

. 'One Who Embraces The .Master Ra

Neb Het Hotep

Master Of-ThePeaceful House "

Neb Hetep Re

PleasedIs The RulerRe ~ ,:'

Neb Khepru Re

Master Of The Manifestations OfRe ; '.

Master Of The' Justice , Of Re ,; ,

Neb Pehty Re

Neb Seshat Tehuti

'101

. Pa Tama-reye 'R(maat ___ --c--~_f£he Egiptian, Names, _ _;_,-_~ __ ~.

. .Nehisj Ankh.ptah

N ehisi Ankh' Hotep,

Nehisi Amun .

The Golden Qne,:Put The First

, Nesba Neb Jed,

l'h~ GoldenLion Of Ra.

, Net Jer-i Khet

, N etcher Hapi -Mose ;

Amun

• I

N ubi Hotep Sen Amun>, '

Nubi Hot~p Sen. ' .Atun ,.,

Nubi Menhu ,AnkhRe

Nubi,'Sen Amun-

. .

Ra ,

I,

ir

Nubi Sesh'lit n~oth' .

. '.

'.

I.

,Pa. Tama-reye.Renaat

_--'-_----,,---_~-'------Th,e Egiptian Names. ___:.. .,,-,..----,--

Nubi Sneferu . The Golden Beauty.Lives Within YQU ,
. ','
Ankh' . ., '1:1
. Nubi TehutiAnkh The Living MasterQf Divine, G9lden I ..
I. i" ( f' '
" " 'Words And-Wisdom ' .. ' r\,.
Nukmose Amun i Am A Child0f Amun .. i ' .
NunAnkhTut , Living I~ The Deep Image Of Happiness 'I"~
1
Hetep , .\.> '''to '1 hi
Nuser Re Atun Possessed Of Re's Unique Power .".
PakhetNefu RCa She Who Scratches The Breath Qf Ra. , I:~
Pakhet Raet The,' Hidden " Energy Of .Creattol). Of,
Amun , ."1.,
,.:, Pakhet ' .
'. 'PediBast .i Wise One .Of'Bast..BelovedOfAmun 1,\
Meramun ·1',11
. Pedi Bastet Ankh 'Eternal Wise" One' Of Bastet , I'"
. , I~~~
Pehti Set Ankh ·.He Who Runs In The South I.' 1:#1"
Pehty Re Ankh Th~ Strength Of Re Is Eternal
I'
l.Men .. ' h~I'
Pehty Sen Ankh , Ever Living Son Of Strength
,
Pepi Ra Hotep He Whose Peace. Is Established In The I;" '
• • 1 \ I',
Good OfRe '.
PerIbSen Hope Of AU Hearts .... ','
Per Ib Sen Hope Of All Hearts' ','1';[1
Pet Re Ankh The Eternal Sun, Resides In The Sky
~i-Nedje~ Ankh. . He Who Belongs To The Eternal Pleasant 1!!4
'One " . '. "" h.
Ptah.Amun Kerh, ' The Opener Of The, MysteriousSecrets ,,\1 1';'''",:
Ptah Ankh Amun He Who Opens The Way For Eternal Lif~
Ptah Ankh Hotep the Opener Of Eternal Peace ,-"'" .
Ptah Ankh Re Opening Eternal Life Of The Sun :~
Ptah Dj edefre The Enduring Opener '. 'N {tl
' .
Ptah Hotep .OneWho Opens .. The ,Way Of Peace; i,· l'IJ.l·
Ptah Hotep Amun He W:110 Opens Th~ Way For The,
.' Peaceful Hidden One , ' iii
, 104

He" Who Opens The Way For The

Peaceful One; 'Re ' f '.

Ptah -Hotep R~

,

He Of The God Seti, Beloved Of Ptah :

Ptah Mere Seti

The OpenerOf The SecrelsOf The.Deep

Abyss ,', .",.., ' '<,' ... 1, ' .

. Ptah 'N:un Kerh

PtahReAnkh

The Eternal Opener Of The I1lum~natmg

Sun I ., ••... ' , .

The' Opener, Of The Powerful . Sacred

. Writings '. .,' ",

Ptah Sekhem Tehuti

The.QpenerThat,ReunitesWithAni.u~ t

Pt~hSobek Amun

Ptah Sobek R~

Strong Is The Soul Of Re, " ",

QaKaReIby

His Arms Are Raised By The Spirit Of,

Re., ,t, •.

Qa'aKaR~.

Qebehsenuf, , The Eternal Peaceful Assirm ator

Hotep Ankh ,i, '. " .'

Qebehsenuf Ma'at He Who Purifies· The Soul With JustIce 1l_ __ ~~~~~~A~n~d~,O~r~d~cr~·~~~~7\f~'~-i-. ~)'1'

Qebehsy~uf Re The Eternal Assimilator Of ReO "

LA~n~kh~"~~' __ '_'~~~·~,~·~~~··~·· ~~~:7~~'~"

Qebehsenuf Uru! .The An Seeing Eye Assimilates Greatly

Asaru .'

.

ITheMysterious Horizon Of Ra .

Ra Akhet Amun

The Eternal Mysfery OfRa . .'

Ra Ankh Amun ,

Ra Antclt Sen Re Ra Is The Eternal LifeOf The Sun" . '

Ra Asaru·Ahrilose, The All Seeing Eyy, Born Of Tlie, Moon

, , ' ' \4,{'. .

.OfRa' ."

'Ra Atum Overthrows, '. . ,i, ,

Ra Atl.1m:Khemi

One Whose Living Soul Is At Peace WIth' .'

Ra .',.',,; ,. '"".{,.,

Ra Ba I{otep Atun

, .

Ra Ba Kemkem

Ra.Eti Ab Neheh

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\ .. '

Ra Goreg Atun :

The Unique'Hunter OfRa"'

_'

Ra'HaruAnkh' - .~

The Sun 'Glory, Copes With Life From, 'li1h Afar "2 '_'.j' I~

Ra HaruHetep _

, Ra 'IsF?raway In Happiness ,

Ra Hotep Ankh, RaJiotepTehuti

Ra; Is $,a~isfied ~t~niany '" ," ,':,' , 1.';1:

Ra.,IsSatIsfied WlthThe Sacred,W'rltIngS.J:'~ Of Divine Wisdom' " , "I,j~

Ra Kahenti Ra.Is Spirit,ually Peacefu! I"

Imhotep, :

Ra Ma'at Anum ' Th¢: HiddenJ4stice Of Amun' I', .' 11;~

Ra'Meduty , : Forceful S_peaker O(Ra I,

Ra SeilAtum- RiC, I'" Ra, Son,Of The Vndifferentiated One It

Ra Sent Hotep Ra Is Sati'sfied With His Daugliter ,!f~'

~R~,'~e~M~"~es~se~~~ __ T"~R~a~',H~~a:s_F~,a~S~h~io~,n=e~d~H~I='m~'_' __ '_'_'~~ __ ~~r,*

Sa En Mut He Who Is The Son OfMutl;f~

Sa Re Ami _~ "'He Who' Has T.he Protection Of Re,

Sankh Ib Re TheHeart OfRe Lived " ,

Sankh Ka Re ' Giving Life To The Spirit Of ~~ " ," I:~

Seher !awy:" '., Maker Of Peace In The Two Lands '

, Hotep ~'" , "

Sehetep Ib Re Satisfied Is The Heart Of Re '", ,

Sekhern Powerful Is Re, Giver 'Of Life To The " I;::

Ankhtawy Re , Two Lands /-iii!,

Sekhem Shed ' Powerful Is Re, Rescurer Of The Two ') I:'"

,Yawyre Lands_!_ , ,.' ; 11(

Sekhem"Re-Taw:y Powerful Is I\e,Protecior Of ThelTwo, " I'~

tand~ , , , " ' I,W;

The Powerful Spirit OfRe 1 " l

Seqen EnRe

Set Neraut Amu,Re

Victorious Is Set Beloved Of ArnunRe 1'ill,

.' , ' • ' .s , 'Ir"

_:;, '-'-" '"" • , ,i ':,1

Setep En Amun Chosen By Amun " ' .:

~se~t~ep~,E~n~R~e~~~,~C~h-o~s~en~.,~B~y~,R~e~~~,~~~--~--,,,~j~

~S:-et_i'~M~e_r--,;e'PTt~a_h~ __ c-'-'L:.~O-,,-p-:e~n_in_;.,g,--W~aLY-=-s _::T_::o.::_:,T:..::h.::.:' e:__:B=e.::.:a::.:u~tY,,-=O:...::f_._:'P:.:'h:::e:._· _I ---J1"-\!1!'

,.' ,._. (

L06

-

........

Sed Taweret

ShepsesKaRe ", . " His SpiritIsNoble;::foRe I.

Sopek: Ftn1.S'a, , Sobe~IsHis Pr~t~i~l~?; . ',;.~

Sobe~ NefetuRe ,', BeautIful As, TheGoCI Pf S.obek. '.. '

Ta'HarQa'a He Who's Arms Ar~Open To Horus

, ' , While On Earth;' .... ,'>' ,

TaIN~~tAtrnn;_'-.', ,He·who Is Hidden Iu'Earths Nature," 'i,I"

Usa IbRei . , Seeing Th¢ Heart OfRe~ '! ' :' _j_' '. ' ,

B' R " 'T, h,e S, o,u1.ofIk"1IlP,ox'werfuI , . 'LI(I,:

User', !;I: , e.',,, , ,!

. User KaRe ,"'TheBpirit0fReIs P·owerful 0:

I

, I

Ha. ,iI'ama-li'eye :~enaalt

~ __ ~~~~_T.h,e Egiptia#·,Nai!1es;.~ .; ....,,;:_---,-~___:_....J_~

I,

" +"16'00 As One Pleases I,'

Aktiba

y()qd Fortune, Prosperity, Wealth

Akenti

Perfect, Compllete

Bowers Of Th,e Sky

l' "\"'" ,

-Akhakh

Akhet

J;;:theric bouble -:

Amentet "

Amenti "

, One Of The Many Hidden Ii'

,1,"Amenuai",

, Those Whose Mysteries Are Hidden:

~ . ' -

, One In A Sl;lpreme Moment "

,', ,. ,

AtriiA:t, ,I

Amit Il,i

, She, Whd Is, A Goddess ",

I',

Ammeh¢t

1'0 Be In Charge I

,.,' She Who Is Hidden, ," ",

Arnunet"

,,'.

Ani

'> Heaveti

, ,

,A-n-Her I"~ ,

MaNifest ,~.

, ;,;

.

Ahiba

Messenger

",

1"" Ani t "~,

, 'One Who Is Pleasing

Ankh

,,'il' .Life

Ankh Aset

Bverlasting Abode'

, AIikhesenlmnm,

, 'THe 'Spirit Of Amun ' ,

, , The Living One,,,,,

'Ankhtf "

,

, 'l'Q, Live, Live Upon, Life, Living O~e

" th~-Net; .

T ,,'

An-Tebu'

Anuket

Lady Of Heaven

. She Whe Seeks The Heaven, To Seek'

Anukis

_',,'

She Wh(1) Rears Up' ",4 ' '

A:ri Ma'at

," 'Maker Of Triith, Or Righteousness

Arit-Ma'<}t

To.Strive, F<i>f, Truth, Or Righteousness

Asenath

Asest ' ',iii; ",):,

Seat,: Place, Abode, Shrine

Tpe Throne, Seat "

Ailet,

..' or

, ~~et Heqet,'

, ,\

Aset.Hotep

'I' Ashert ',

. 108

", ., IV'

Fa Tama-reye ReJilaat

.' The. Egip'ti(m' Nanies'_--i-_'___'~--~

_~___cc_~~~-

Ba .: SOlll, "

. "

1"1 Bahet 'AbuID:o:amee

Baket I Metper, Servant i{

"',"

"

'Bast Fire v '/, ,ii' ,

I --.\",

. BastetFi.re ~,

,"

Beqes The Preci0us5;'t0l1e ....

'" Be~,Sheta =. ., Sacred Initiation'.' ,

Templ~,'"

Birba' ..•

'En-Khat

Butterfly

, .'

Farasha

One Who Wean:s' .;'

Fatama

Praij;es, To Praise

. Hamti

Hou~e;,: '. "', "

The DweHitlg House Of Haru

, "

Ha,t-Har'

"

, Far)~way House - ' ,

Hatheru

." " '. -;;;., .;,: .,",:

, Dwelling In The Bouse OOlot\lS ~~"t~,"

'I!Hatheru

Love, Pleasure", ,:"

HatnQr

" ForemostOfNdble Ladies ,,' .. '1. "

fIehet . L

Heka, , , Magic' .... !

, Hent' <, To Be;Hostile

" '

~, '

Imediately, "On

rTHerihor

, .. '

Herit

' .

Pa 'Fama-reye Renaat ___"_-~-"---rr---,---=-_rhe Egipti,!n N amf!s~, ,;----'-- __ __:;__~

Hira

,

M . !~, "

ornmg Women, t

tb

Heart ~,

, -" '

Ihet

I.kerty, ,-Ii!, Expellent

,

Mother

Isis 'Emotions

, Ka, Spirit , ",

, Kayti, 'One Who Thinks

" _,_'

r'vK~eb~e~h~t~'~~'~_'_~~T~o~P~u~ri~zy~'~;,_'_~~~ __ "_r_~~/ll

'Kefa OneWh:o,IsTrustw6rthy",

. Keket , Raiser Up Of The Night, Obscurity ,~,

. Kenemet ' M th '

o er , ,'"

ii ,Kenit Brave, Fearless

Kerhet ." , 'Secret' .,

"

,

.. ,

'l

Kert' ' Fortunate ""e',

I,KhatFlnren, One Of The Physical Body

, Khaybet Plasmatic You' , .

Khenti ' To Offer v .

, ~,

> 'Khent,i-Hotep Offering ,Of Peac.e

,

Khetet ''I, PurifY .' ' , ,

• Khu'ti" 'Bel0l!.Siag To ' , Ahother

Kiya

,,' "

Kwenu

, , ,'To Exist, To Be,',

Ma'at

1 "Truth, 'Justige, Order, Tha~, Which"'!::; I' Straight,~ , ,

.1.

Maet

Truth, ,Order, J~stice,

Mafdet

She Who Sees Clearly

/1'l\1ahuy , '. ,

, Maket i',

'.Grace"

, l\1akhait.

FF1iendly, Frienship

\'

To Be U sefid, I,ll,

I'Matnefrirre

," ,

j'

'I

,

119

Pa Ta.:Da-reye Ren';t~t

The Egiptian'N'tl1ues._~ ____,~

--'-----;-~,......:_--'-;-~

r" .s.

"Flourishing.. . <,r:,:I:' '"

lMelieat

.. ,
\ .:
' "II,,"'_':_
,
'.'
I "
, ",
.r ,
" "
,
,", ri
" ,
; « '~
,
\ :__£ ", Mehent

, . To Satisfy .",'

Meretu

Honoured i

, Meres

Beloved ',. ' ,I,

Merit

Love; Desire; Wish,WiU

The Lover OfS.i1e1).cel :,

Mersekert

" ' , . :\

Great ,: "

Mert]

Meru'

Loving.Lover, Belov,ed

~, ,.0:>".

• Merukht

Measure

Merurt

Mery

Desire, Love

", I

"

"Mesent

Meskat

Present, Gift"," :'

, Meskhenet

Destine, ,Fortun~

Mesut-Re

Offspring Of Re L

Miwsheri

Little Gat,. Kitten 'j' "

Mut Is In The Solar Barge _"f_'

Mutemuia ,"

To Llye, .Llve,Upon,Life, Living One

Bird :.,t; .:'

"

_L

r Nakht

Nar

Nawur

Lightlilci!

': 'i'."

-:

, Master Lady ,

Nebet ,,: ,f

Nebt

Lady, Mistress ~ " i:

Nebt Ankh

Lady Of Life ,,;,) . !:",:

Nebt Nat

Lady Of the House,;

. Nebthet

, 1'.

The T)Vo Lady v , ,:. ,

Ne~

Nefer

"Nefer

Pleasant,'AnYthirig' q.qod

. '",' , , .: ,,' ,', . ,

, j

Pa Trama.,.reye Renaat

"'-;-'--,-,-,--,,---,--~_~Th'e'Egiptian Names '\

~~--'--"-c---!--L;...-"--

, ,"

Nefertaii' The Beauti~ One ~, I ,~,"'''''
1 'Nefertaru . One Who Is Beautiful. Good '-'" \
,Nefertem I ,. ,
=-=- ' The Young Temu I
Neferu Beauty, Much Goodness'
Nefu Br~ath, Wind, Air '" , "
"
Nef-Ur _'" Goodly, Pretty, Elegant :" "'\, :1
Nehel} E,temity e •
Neit ~
, , To , Weaee ;_ ,,' ,6;
Ne~th , -} '.
-"', To Weave ,?" ,
,Nekhebet ' , Geni1ina~ion ' "
Nekhebt " _iii
Of Royaity, Royai " ',h':_)i;"
Nekhent ,I!, ,;
I 1'9 Write, Or Recite ' , ,
, -'
Neflffiet Honesty, Sincerity, "
k,Nenui Hour, Time 'd ' I",
.1. ,
Nepthys , Friend Of The Departed Soul ,
Neraut Vietorious, .coi1quedilg,Successful I
Neri , Mighty One' ,J.
, N<:<,(U,a , Vitorieus " " " \'{
,l':{ esert , " Flame ,
,"
Nesti~ _!', ' ' Clean, Ptlr~, Holy " Ii "
,Net~heJl1 ,Gladness' " " ",
Netcp.emet Very Plcasaat ' ,
Netchemu' To_.,_Rejoyce,Be Glad - :.2_
JJ:, , 1
Netet -"- "
, " ' B~(lrer Of Good N€ws "",
Netjeret , < 'l)~itiess ' '
Netjert =-.!E' .. " 'j;_,,[, "
'Divine" : . ,": ,
Nima'afhafiy ~ 'Gentle As A Pave 2'
,,' , ;' ,
Nofret She Of Beallty , _b
.Nubt , Gold -'-'"
- , <. ' ....
....2
Nunei Tile' Deep, Abyss ",,' ' ( I
I', 1j\llli t , , '-1' Deep, Unique ; , "
--':. , ,
Nut, the'~hergy Of Mu" Nurture I,
,",' .,,;V , ,,;;' " i.;, " ,
Nymaat Be,longingTo Justice ' _'
, ,! "i
" ii,' , ,I) -.

" I'

Pa l'ama-reyeR~l\aat

Tk'e Egiptian Nq'r'es.,,,-, ~~_.",....,.._~,_,.

"''-----'--+-~-'->---

Raer ' ; Energy Of Creation' ",' ,:"', », ,/" I~$'
," "
Raet The Energy Of Creation "',C·'lil ~, ,
Creative Power " -,,": '" , '~: -,14.:, ,>
Rat' I' r ":',\,' ,
Rekh ;,; " . Studeht;Seeker Of_Kn0:wled_g_e :"".~ 11
,
Rerienet "" Nourisher " ',. ,', '1"1"" "
, Renentet ,. She Eho Nourishes \' i " -," : ' ,r>',:
,Ren:_Qet " Mistress i';$~ "I,."
Sabura She Who, Is Endowed With Ra Y', ",
The Mightest, Powerful '-' ,
.Sakhmis " j:" E
.Sat : Daughter .:'1;', t _:_
" ,'I'
, .Satartah .She Who Pleases .I" 1
Satis She Who Runs L~e An Arrow "
,,,,I I: "., '-
, Satra Daughter Of Ra ' ' \
w, ;", ' T '\
Black ' . ,<
'Sawud , ' ' '
Cheerful oIli ','
Seh~t t,''''
Seher Fluent, Soft Flowing, """",,:",,'"
Sehert ", , Mark, Sign..::. I 'Y' 'J:, I
Sehura " Scent, Fragrant, Of Good Scent --"-~,,ri
Sekha . , Memory, Rememberance ',,, :"" .. c
Sekhemdt Power ", , _,i>',,",""
j , ,
Sekhet "Vety Th.artk~l ' , . ' :'"'' "
Sekhrnet The Powerful, Mighty "; ,I' he0_',
, ' .,
Serohus Sweet' " ''I .:.:,.~: .• ,
.Sektet Liberator -''': ..2:~
,;, Selket , " The Liberator, One Who Liberate ,! :/
Selkis _,-" The Liberator, OaeWho Liberate , '"
One Of Good Health, Healthy ii',
.Senebt r • :;'.:-
" , ':,,'
Senet passi~_g. ',"
': Sister , " " ',;0'" ' "~' ,
Serna .);'
Sehus~rt i, One Who Followed ,{ ,f:"
')"",+~ '"
Serket ~' She Who Causes to Breath ~; 3. "IiI
Sertet "" ": 'v, Perception, feeling,lntuitiol!1i'" 1 il!2
Seshar' " ",ft, Sacred Wr~oiH:gs ~ " " "';-'i ' ,,'I~
\ .. '
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, ,Pa Tam~-,reye Renaat ~~~,--'-~~~, 'The EgiptianNames_"e:_" __ ~~--,---+-

, .

Fa ,T;tfua-reye Ren;tat ~~------,-~~-,--~Thf?".Egiptiqn·N'Umes."'T""""----;"__"""""""C-;-::--c-~

, I PaT~~~-reye Rena.~t ---'!-'--"-...L;,..,-~"""'-;-~~The EgiptiU;!1:Nam.es,.::..,.,-,. .-:-T-..-'--,,"-----'-'7"'"

. Anuket TUIl1

Anuket

lJK

p~ 1;:a,~a-,reye Rel1aat _';------'------=~~;_,.._f",~ E:gipti(l'Il, NattJ,es.._, ",",' ~--,- __ _,._~,

B~setAihhahRe Tae Warring Fire OfRe ,'" .: . .1

Bast Elk Sutekfi "" 'TheFi¢zyFalcon.'Th~tSliiines ',/",,\ '

, BastHotepRe ,The,Peaceful IUumiriatirtgSun f." '

t:B~', _as"'-:-t~N~e-;fe:-F--:;K~a~~+-:::T::Th:.:_e-=B::-:e:.:.::a.:::.ut:;ifu~, :;1 ~F;:ir~e,:b::.;f~:r~h::::e:c.:,:S~, p::_:i:_:ri.:_t _~~-lf'

Bast Nefer Ptah The Beautiful Fire Of Ptah, ' '

Bast Re Wadjetw The Fiery EyeOfRe ' '. ¥ '. " ,,;'\ 'i I~',

Bast Renpet.Ankh";;'The Eternal ,MistresS:,QfBast ..... ,

/ ,

: Hast Sent Seshmu The Guiding Daughter Of Bast

, BastetAnkh Re Fire Of'Re's Eternal Life, .:

, Bastet Sa Sokar The Silent Fiery Soul"

13a:stellk~ Aten ,"'She Who Has The. Splrit Of. The; Unique

I,"~ ,

,One Bast

,Beqa Maat-En Re .' One Who Shines.In Truth And Justice

" Beqa Maat Re He' Who ·Shin~s' In The Justice Of Re' ,

• .I3~:q;es'Aset , .' l-ThePrecicus Sto,ne ofIsis,;j: ,', ,.,' ;i' h:~~

, Bes 8heta: Amun The Sacred Initiate Of The Hidden One I'll!;'

Bu,Nefer Ankh She Wl;lOSees The Living Beauty' In

'" 'J?eonJe' '.

'}-,'J 11>_ , • .

Bua' .Ankh "One ,Who AdoresTheLife Of Khonsu "'~'\a;1

Kh~nsl;i I ,

Dua Atun Seba" 'One Who Adores TheUniq.l!le Star " '

Dua Sent Atum-r The, Illuminating Adoring Daughter Of '

,Re ".;,' ,The Unique ORe .,.,i;";,'

.Ii'Faras!Jia . Ankh ,!fIle, " EterNal ,Butterfly . \6f'Th~

Atl,ll11 ',' Undifferentiated One . "(

, Farasha Ankh The Butterfly Of-Eternal Peace

,! Hotep_,,';' " . ','" , !

Farasha ~ Mps,e ',The Butterfly W"ho, Is B,o;n' 9£ The, 1::iI!

Silepsit . ,Nonorableli_;a:dy . " " ,~ , ;

.Farasha Renpet rtheButterfly'Who Is The Mistress Of

Shepsit '. " The Honorap,l€ Lady'" ,\ ,

" Fardsha; ,SenLThe, Beautiful' Butterfly That, ~s ,Bom' On

, ,:i' .,' ,'. 'I'" ','< ~'

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Pa'l'ama-l"cye Renaat ~~~___'_-,-::,___' TlJ:e Egiptian Na'Ih'es._;_',-,-~.,_.-,~,,-,-,-~~

Ramus

Farasha Shepses Mose

Farasha, Mose '

Fatama ShepS~S.

J Fatamll, Raakhptah

Fatama Renpet ]

-u, Shepses,

Haimaat Kaaten

Hat Har Hotep Seshat

Hat Har Seshat ' .

Hat Hotep Re ,

. Hat Ka Ptah

Hat Re Seshat

Hat Sesha:t Nunet

Pa 1::3IDfl-reyeRenaat i~~~~---;--r~-:,...__:Th:e'I:Egiptirln N anies,_' ',--_,,_...;-,,--~-,----,

Pa Jania:-reye Renaat __l_---'~_L_~c----,- The ligiptiaillYillnr:s~-'----'_--i-~--'-'

Heket Tum-Re

.Henutserr. Tut

, Hepet Ankh Re

Hepet. ' ' Ankh

Seshmu '

Hepet Ib Min

Hepet Ib Ra'

Hepet Maa;

Amun

Hepet Mery Re

Hepet Nefru Re

Hepet Rhem ASet ,

"

, Hepet Seshat

Theth

, \

Hepet Shepses

"Ahhah' . \' , "

Hepet Shepses'Ba ,

Hepet Teser R.a

~e£a Kerhet

Pa Tama-reye Renaat .!.;____-'-----~-'--~-.-'-~,,~The' Egiptian ,Nanies __ ~_----:-_-,--

Khnem Ma'at Re ' Shti ,Who 13m.braces The Justice Of Re, .

KhnernetArimn, 'Sh~ .. Who Emb~acesTheHeartQf Amlm, '

, Kbneme.t,·';t Sentl. She Who Is ~om,G)f Ma'at Embraces The

; Ma'atte, ;l ,,: I'Mi" '. Heart Of Re' ',.,1", l . '"

Khnemetatum" "1. She Who Embraces:The Heart Of Atum

Khnemetatun She Who Embraces.The Heart Of Atmn·.,· ,

Kiya Aset Tut ' ' Another Image Of Aset

Maa !{heru Great Of SPeaking Of Truth "

Maa Kheru Re " ttJ;le, Of Voice Is Re ,

~aat Ab Re" ,'. "JustIce ,Is The Heart OfRe , or" I'"

. Mil'a! AnkhAtlJID l'h~Ete.rnal\Justi'c~'<Df Atum .,'}:,'

Ma~lat.:Ap:lcl,l·~a,!; :r{I,Jlilstice,OfTheEv€rpving Sd~l " I'~

MCl;'at A.rikh Ka,; ,the Justice Of ¥.Qur Spirit Is Everli ving I~~ I Maat Atun Ba',Ofie Who Keeps The Unique Justice Of I';~

" The Soul t· ~. \' {

Maat Atun Gerhet 'One Who' Keeps The Unique Justice Of

,." '\

e The Night

Ma'atBena En Re One Who, Justifies The Flame OfRe

Maat En Amun. ; , One QfJustice,OfAinun,'

Ma'at ',En 'Ankh' On~,ofJu$tice0tThe Living Re

Re '. :' ,', ,ii;~,; ',.', ,i'!I ..,' , . '

Ma'at Hat.Atun !. ~he -WhO. Keeps -Justice'In;The Hou~e Of, :'" The, UriiqueOne,

" Maat Hepet Thoth . One Who Eml:>races The Justice,OfTh@th I~

Maat Hetep . The Eternal Peaceful One, Who' Keeps

Ankhamun The.Justice OfAmun

. Ma'at .Hotep 'She. 'Who Holds The Justice Of The

Nehisi v . ,Peace(ul Nubi;;t:ns ", ." ,

Maat HotepRa The . Peaceful' One WhQ' Keeps' Tf,j;~ I'

,,<' '_',.' Justice Of Ra,,!,' :' , t' I~

Ma'at Ibre:. " . .Justice Is Th~ Heart Of Re '

, ,

. Ma'at Ka Ankh , Spiritual Justice In Eternal ILife

, ,

;,

Ma'at Nebu Hat.

Maat ,Amun

Maat Ankhatun

Pa Tama-reye Renaat

____ ~_L_~' The Egiptian Names '---.--

Ma'at Setep Atun

The Noble One Who Is Eternally Just

: Ma'at Sput Min

'" ,

One Who Helds 'The Feather Of Justice A:nd :rmth "1,,;\' '" , ,,;II', '"

Ma'at " Tehuti I She Who ,Keeps i"JiNstice Of The Etemal

AnkhZoser ); Sacred,Writings,OfZoser

Ma'at Tum Seshat Tne Und¢fined'Wri-ter Of Justice " '

Ma',at Tnt Sent,' The Daughter Wlro Has The Image Of

Ma'at The One Who Holds Justice And Truth

, Ma'atka Ankh , .She Who Has The Eternal Spirit Of'

- ," Justice"

Ma'atre Sent Daughter~OfP€ace, Justice Of Re.

) 'ill Hotep' " ,', "':~ .~;" ,', '

,Ma'e-t Bu :Ankh'" Bringer Of jwstice In The Life Of People:

Mafdet Amun Ka She Who 'Clearly Sees The Spirit Of The

_. ' Mysterious One _ "

Mafdet Ankh 'She Who Clearly Sees The Mystery Of

Arnun Eternal Life

MafdeL' Ankh Ka , She Who Clearly Sees The Eternal Spirit ,.etan ' ",": Of Ptah,,' , ,7.

Mafdet. ,} Ma'at One WbQ Cl~arly Sees The Justice Of

:Atum , " .: Atum,,,' ~ '" ./ ',; , ",' ,

-Mafdet Pedi Maat' Sfue' Who See Clearly The Wisdom Of

,~ , Maat",

; Mafdet Raet She Who Sees The Hidden Energy Of I,

Amun '" Creation Clearly

Mafdet Re She Who Sees Re Clearly -,

Mafqet Sia i, She Who Has Clear Insight ) ,

MafdetTehuti , She Who 'Sees The Sacred And Divine

, j);'~ ,J ' 'Writings Of Wisd~m Clearly, '

Mare Ankh Atun The ]Eternal Urilll)}ie MdtheF Of Re ','

'MareiKa,Re, ,M0th~r OfTne Spirit OfRe !' ,

Maru Aten Men Viewing Place, .of A,ten, I "

Drt Ka Mut 'The Mighty ~pirit Of Jhe Motherly On¢ ,:

Pa ;rama~r~ye Renaae'

___ ~ The Egi",tian Names

,IT ,;- j ~-----,-:----,.,.-'

Mekheet Aten The .Eternal Binder Of The' Sacred

Seshat Ankh, Writi~gs 6ff\~e~" I ')

~el1e P,araslila Re The PLeasing .H4ttf<:(fly QflR.e

Meres-Ankh Ra Eternally Belo:vedByRa,

Mere.! Ankh Tum .of The Eternal Life,In Wa~er -" ' J

Meri Sa Re Beloved Is The ScmI Of R.~ ~., ,

Meri Ib SentlShe.Who Has The Heart Of The Beloved "

Hoter Daughter. Of Peace ", " '

Meri Sitre - - Hat The Hidden Beloved Daughter Of The,

Amun HQuse OIRe ' _M,,~', '

Meriankh Ra ,Is' Satisfied With The Beloved, Etertlal '

Rah<otep, ,,' One,' 'r, , .' Ji"~'/"

Merire En Ankh) Eternally B,eloved By Re .

Merit Aten ' One Who Desire§ Tne Source Of Life, 'j

Merit Nebti Ra The Lo:ving 11istress .of Rca , " '

,MeritNeith -, . The Wea:verOfDesire, _, "

Merites "Netjeret The Beloved Deities Of Her Father Amini

Amun ., '", ' " '

, '-,ii' ,<w,' " ,",9 II',

,Merkheet v Ba The Eternal Bindel? Of The Souls \' ~",

Atlin, ' , ' ' -" " ((f"c,,, " , ';, "ri'i,;'!_~r'"

. Mertu M~r'at ,'The Glieatly13~;11iv~'d OneOf~Ti:uth~~'\(iE, , 'i Mery Aniun Ab l-Beloved Is Th~ Hidden Heart Of Re '

Re -,

..... ",' ,::

Mel)" .Amun The Beloved Offspring OfRa

Rainess~s ",

Mery Amunet Tut _

In The Loving Image or Amunet ,;;/'

Mery Am:u,nhotep

Belo~edJ)f T,ljePeaceful .one,AJ11luPl: ., t

I,

.Mery Ankh Set!'

, Mery Aset A:nkh

Mery 'Annn Ka

Mery En-Ptah

,"; " .... I

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, ·PaifaUla:.,.r~ye,Repaat

_ ----,-------;-~~-"--~Tft..~ Egiptian N all:les,~_-:----,,- _

, )

Pa'Tama-teye Renailt

~ ~ __ l'heEgiptian Nailies __ ~_~ __

, .Nefer 'Ieb "Shil" Aset

, '? ,j, Nefer Mere Miw-.

Sheri

Nefer Merit

. Nefer.Merti Hot

,'. "

137 ...

Pa Ta·fua-reye Rena,at' .

~~~ __ --;;--7--"rhe Egiptian Na;";ie5_·\~..,.,.,-~_~~_.:..

I "

,Fa Tama,reyeResaa.t' 'I

__ ~~_~.,..----"The Egiptian Names--,-~ __ ~_--;--,-

, ,

, Patt'ama-r.eye ~en.a;at

--'-----'~c-------4---~TJie, Egiptrian,' Names __ -----, _

Nika Amun : Ka Re

NikaAt~mRa

NikaAtunAb

., "

gO',

.Pa Tama-reye Renaat

l~+--,'-'----;:-~-+~~~.L_Th;qdigiptiantvames -,---~--"--

. . ' '. I

Pa Tama-reye Renaat ,

-----'----'--c_---"~--"';-"'----Thti Egiptian Na,,;,,~s,~.>,..2'_':"""";"';"_~~-;--

Nunit'Hat'A'ttln'

Fa l'ama-reyeRenaat

~__::___'___::_~~--7-''Fhe Egiptian Names~~ _..:_

"
Pedi Bastet Ankh 'Eternal Wi,:se'Ql1e Of Bastet ,
,Qemam-T, en/' Mother Of Etemal Life ,"
Ankh I ' ,
" ti' " " .1 ,,'
Qemam-T M9ther Of The Forceful Speaker :
M~duty , .: "." j.
,I Qemam-T Min The Mother Who Holds The Secrets
Kerh, I,
"'Qemam;T' ,'.1' Min ' The Mother Wh0 Holds The CroWN ,
, Wereret , > I , ,
Qemam-T". ' ' , TIre'Mother Who Nourishes The Child
Renenet Mose ,
v' .Qemamu Sent' Daughter pf The Creator, Amunet ' Tile
Amune] Wah First ",
.' ' Qemamu Sent ,Daughter Who Creates Peace, I' "
"I, Hotep, - p.. , ~. • ,
" .i :/
,,' Qemem -:T Neter the B~autiftll U~iqueMo~her '
, Atun
" ,.
Qemem-T Bast Mother Of The Throne or Fire .,",
~ ~:AS((t ~ .. , J
" , , ,
Qemem-T En Mother Of Justice ' ~, ,
k1,Maat -s
, , .
Qemem-T Hera Mother Qf The Highest One, Amun
" Amun " .I',',? ~; " '!l " •
Qetesh Ka Mere One OfThe.Holy Pleasing Spirit
Nebty, >J t"';'"
, "''_, ": ,)
.Qetesh Ra TheHolyOn~ OfR~;" T "
'I' RaAbAmun The Hidden Heart Of Ra " I',
Ra Akhet Amun The'MysteriousHorizon OfRa
'Ra Ma'at Amun The'Hidden Justice Of Amun
1 'lta N efef Khafuz" ' ' ,.e; ", '
One, Who Pleasantly Wishes OfRa
,- 'Ra SentHotep . Ra' Is Satisfied Wi,th His Daughter s:
"
i Raet''!\mun'Nefer: 'The BeautifuJl ¥I,Mden Enesgy Of Creation
Raet Ankh Hetep She Who 'Finds Happiness In The Energy'
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. ,Pa Tama-reye Renaat ~~_~,--,-;:--_' 7phe '!EgiptiatlNames---,-O_.,.--..,----~

OfCr:eation ,,' " :1;;."';'
I' Raet Har Hotep ''fhe p.eaceful,Elil€?rgy Of Creation " ';i"
Raet ,Hat, Khefe- House Of The Energy Of Creation, One,
. Re -Who Appears Like Re ',," ',;,h'
Raet Metep' ,Atun The H,appy Uniqae Energj; Of Creation,
Rae~ Hotep Aml)ln The Peaceful Energy Of Creation ,Is
Hidden I
$', , '" ,"
Raet Hotep The PeacefufEneEgy Of The Creation, Of
,,; , Amun-Re ,
Amun-Re
. Raet Hotep Anim" Tl;1e Peaceful'l§ndiffe~entiat¢d,Eneligy. Of
, , ' Creation '"
'".,;
Raet Hotep Aturn- The ,Peaceful Energy Of Creaticm: Of
Re ~! A;ty,m-Re i / , i "i; " "I, ",I,
:
Raet Hetep AtUR The Peaceful Un.ique Energy, OfCFeatiQn
RaetHotep ~tun- The Peaeeful Engel):' Of Creation ' Of
\
Re Atun-Re ",' ",\;,( , ,
Raet Hotep Tum The Undefined ' Peaceful Energy Of
,i
Creation ,
,"" "
Raet Hotep Tum , The Undefined 'P.ea~eful Energy. Of
Creation ,
.'
Raet Mut Neferra ' 'Mother Of ' The \'r Beautifu] Energy Of
Creation I
Raet Tum Hotep THe Peaceful' l3ndefined Ero.eFgy Of
II! , Creation ,I
Rahetep .Ankh Ra Is EteJillally ,Happy "
Raniesses Mery " Re ' Has' ,Fashi.oned l-lim; Beloved Of
Amun " " Aritun .; : .... ,I." ,
.' Ranen Tuya Mut Great Mother Who Suckle The Young
Nefertem " ' OBe
Rat Ankh Ihet . Mother Of The Eternal Sun _,_
Rat Sa;t Ankh The !Eternal 'Peaceful Dau g hit r OfHnl
Hotep I, ,
" R~.Sete,p En"';! '". , ~~ Mas Chosen You 14

· Pa Ta'ma-,r~y~ ;ReJ}'aat . -=-_____'_"""'_'-r-~-"-:::-:~'~' The Egiptian 7Va~mes,~~_-::-___.;~_~

I ,~

Pa Tania-reye Renaat '--,---;-,,-;:,,--;~ _ _;_c_The Egip(iim N,ame$

____..,___,;...."---'----'-'~~-

Pal'ama-reye Rena,at' The EgiptianN{lme.s. _ __:....----;-,----"--;-~

--"-,--,,~~___,__~~-. , .'

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Pa Tama-reye Renaa,t "'"-----"-f-~-;--~ __ Thc Eytptian.Names "

----::--~:----

Hotep Sacred Writi~gs "_:'c"

Seshap Ankh Eternal Living Image Of Atum

Atum ,

, ", "

Ses~ClP Ankli,Re The Li,ving Image Of Re ,

Seshet Amun.:.Re .: The Writer Of Am:un-Re \ ,'"

Seshat Ankh Atun ,,,The Eternal Unique Wi-iter, I , ,

Seshat..« Ankh, Sihe Who, Records The Peaceful Way' Of'

Hotep Life ' , "i

Seshat Atun The Uniqm~ Who Wl;ites Of Peace , , "

,Hotep , .~.. , , '

SeshatA;tun Se,ba One Who Writes Etemally Of The Stars Seshat Hat Hotep ,She Wh0 Writes In The House Of Be ace Seshat Hat ~tah', I,l She. Who Writes Tne House Of Ptah

Seshat, Hat-Ra She Who Writes In The House Q.f'T!he

Ptah Ptah

Seshat H@tep ReShe Wh@ Writes OfRe In Peace

, Seshat Mery 'The Beloved'Writer Of Arnun

Amun

,

Seshat Nut ' She Who Writes With The Energy OfNu

,Seshat Ftab I Mighty,O,p'ener Of Sacred WFi.tings, ",

Tawaret"

Seshat Ra Ka,

She Who Writes With TheSpiritOfR(l," , I"

Seshar Sekhem

One Whose Writings Are PowerfuL.jil ,i

Seshat. Sekhu

The Praised Writer Of Amun

,

.Amun

Seshat Hotep

Sesla ' The Skillful ~1Jiter Of Peaceful Writings:

.Seshat Sia

"Seshat Tehuti

Arik1i ,'" ,

One 'Who Writes With Insight , ",,' Master Of Eternal Writings, Of Sacred" '

Divine Word's' , .'

Seshatankh

, '

,

'I,

..

~." ,

"Seshern : Ankh The Livirrg Fdllrn\O~Happiness ,

Hetep

Seshern Hotep Ra _ The Guiding Peaceful One Of Ra ,; ',),

Seshen Ankh Ra The Eternal-Inspirationa] Lotus Of Ra .. '

Seshen Seat Shu, ' Light As The PFlugliter 'Of The~otus' " 'Sesheta Ab Sepet She Who' ,Writes' Letters Of The; Stars"

From The Heart ., ..2 _

" , ,.:,

The Great One WhQ Writes Letters From'

The Heart' , .. ~

, '

:,v ,I

, "

Sesheta 'fiyi Ib

Seshetaset Ma'at

She Whp WFite_§OfThe Justice Of Aset-

Shai AFIkh Atun

The 'Uniql1eOrie . Holdsrh~ Key To"",

, ,

Destiny. .'

Farasha The Powerful Butterfly Of Luck

,.

Shai -Inofret 'Th.e Powerful One 'Of Beauty An~ Luck

" Sekhmet.-:" , ,

" Sb.ai Ka Tut ," ' One.Whose Spirittla:l Image Is Destined" I','

-Shei-Nar Sekhmet .. The Powerful Bird Of Luck '

Shai Nef~r One Who Has Gm:Jd Luck, , ~ , ',,;"

The Noble Mistress Of Amlin ' {

I,;

'~ I~'

The Beautiful 'No'ble'Soul:

Shapsese Recipet ,. Amun' /, Shepess' ' ,1 Nofret ;1"Ba,,,

,

, \.... ..

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Pa Tama-reye Renaat

The Eigipti(l,! Names~. -~___:'---'c';, ::-_ ~

__.._-~~-~

Tawaret Hetep

"Tawaret T ul1!titi ,

. Tawaret Seshmu Hat-Atun

T awaretankh ' '

"

Hotep

Taweret Hotel'

.SentAmun

Taweret

fa Ta,ma ... ~eyeReQaa\t .--,-~-,,-_--,->,----~The Egiptiun Nu;mes-;-;,'",,""' -'-'---,- __ ~,..--,-

Pa Ta:ma-reye Renaat

~ __ ~_~~The E¥iptian Names_,_'_c__ _

c . '
Wosret Aten' «Mighty Lady Who 'Desires Peace )
Hotep ,
" -
Wosnit , .Fakhukh .The Mig~ty One WhQ traps Apep ...
Apep
, ", , .til
Wosret Pehty O,ne Who Has The N:1ighty Strength Of A
Aker LlOn' , ',' ,
) Wosret T ehuti Mi~hty Lady Of Divine Sacred WritiBgs
, , And -. Wisdom ,. ' ,
Wosyet Urt Heka She. Who Is Strong And Powerful With
. , Magic'
Ny Maat,Re' Belonging To-The Justice Of Ri. :: .
Mut Nefert Hotep : She Who I~The Mother Of Peace And
" '. ':" , , ',I, . Beauty
.'
Ma'at Kheru Re She Who Hold The True Voice Of Re
.tIatshepsllte M~ry 'She Of'Beauty.Noble One OfRe ;
, '
Re I r-
. MeryTa Amun Bidden Beauty Of Earth
Mere N eferRe Beautiful Is The 'Desire Of Re -
,,' ... .' .
Nubu Ba Re, 'Golden Are The Souls OfRe
NubuK:;tRe Golden Are The Spirit Of Re "
; Sia Rameses . ' . . She Who H(ls Insight Of The Two Lands,
Tawy Born OfRe ,
Ma'at Ka Re . i ~ ."
Truth Is The Spirit Of Re
MutEm Wiya Mother Of GoodActions
Kha Mere Nebty The LadyWho Has The Spirit Of Beauty,
Meryen Re ,'. '. Beloved OfRe'" .\ '
Hetep HerN1a.'at Joyous Is Truth ,', ..
Khenti Amun ".' ,.' , She Who Offers The Beauty Of Peace
Hatshepsut " . "
,
Aset Nofret Wah She Who Sits Upon. The First Throne Of
.Beauty ,,, ,
NubKh~ Nufer ) She Of The Golden. Beauty QfThe Spirit
Nub Ma'atRe ' Lord Of Truth Is Re.
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;,

Pa 'rama-reye ReIiaa:t __---,--~--'-', __c.' The, :EgiptianJyames,_-,",-,~_-,-",_",-,--

. '"" ," . " '

She Who Hold A'Peaceful Beloved Spirit, I

Ka Mere Hotep

, She WhQ ShatesPeace, L,ove, Pleasure .'

Hathor Amit Hotep

; " -: ,

The SpIrit Of The. Bright Morning ~tar.c\'_

Kha Seba Abka

One Who Has)li.sighi Of The Hidden

One ./",;_, ,I'"

Sia Anfun

Tiy Mery Nofret S):leQfGreatBeauty.""" ; , ... ,c-;;, '

Tefnut Ankh Ptah . One Who Opens The W, ay Of Life To .

·Tefnut ,; .,::""" :... .,'

Mother OfTh~. Sprit Of Truth .

Ma'at Kare Mut

. She Who Embraces The Heart, OJ Re '

Hepet IbRe

Merey.Ib Re

'She Who IsFo The First, Beautiful And!

.Pleasing ci' , , •. . .' . ,... .'

.Nefer Hotep Wah

Nefer KaRe'" Beautifui IsThe'SplritOfR,e' .,

N efer En Re She Who.Is As, .Beautiful As The SUl1 ,.

Mere User Re 'Stro~gIs'TheLov'eOrRe ", (

NefAa Rud "The GreCltQn,esJ:lrosp~r .\i «>.

,'She'Wbo Holds The Deep UnIque.'

Protecti<;>n O£Heqet·",. '

HeqetsaNunet Amun

",

Beloved Of Ptah

~. I,

Mere En Ptah

"':',

The .Follnwing Is' A List '~()f\ihe '9,9, Attribur~s' And ,Ate"

Collating With The Original 99 Elements. , " '

; yaa'Bashuhaat,·,tJaNet~raat""., .,' .

.y. ~"" q''''''®hl!l''''~ a. ".y.~';t .~~; t q-","';' .

. Oh Ogdoails,. Oh Supr~me Bl!ings.'

"

'" ' }

1. Yaa Atum-Re., Yaa N~ter,.. I, \ ','

Oh complete, UndifjereflfiatedOne, ()hS~preme Being

2. Ya'a Nun.Yaa Neter "

'.

~j .

, Pa Tama-reye Renaat _----':~--'-,-'-"_'-, The EgiptianNames,_---,,--+- __ -,-_

, Oh primordial abyss, Ok Supreme Being

, ,

3. Vaa, Nunet, Yaa Netert Oh primotY1ial 'abyss; ' Oh $upr~~e' Being

", 'J

4. Yaa Heh, Yaa Neter

Oh injinif)!,Oh,Supreme Being

5. YaaHehet, Yaa Netert

Oh etemity,," Oh Supreme Being,

I '

, ,

," , ',' .. , "", J'

,6.,Ya~~ek~¥aa Neier "

Oh supreme flarkness, Oh Supreme Being

I' , ;.'

,7. Yaa Keket, Yaa Netert

Oh voidness, Oh Supreme Being,

8. Yaa Amuo, YaaNeter Ohhidden~ Oh,Supreme Bei'11g'

\,

9. Yaa Amunet, Yaa Netert 'oli mysterious, Oh Supreme Being

, Yaa Sedjet, YaaNeteraat: ~ ~ "''''' ' {\ ... ,t' ,*~"" 'I!:YJ".," q "''''' ~ , OhEnneads, Oh Supreme Being ,

",10. Yaa.Atum, ¥a.a Neter ,Ok cQrnjilete" ,:,undif!ere1itiateel one,' aHSupreme Being "

,. '.r _" I"

lLVaa §'hri~ Yaa Neter ,,' ,', Oh breathe; Oh Supreme Being ,

Pa 'rram a-reye ~enaat

_~-,---,---=~--The Egiptian Names,_~ -:-_

13.Yaa Geb, Yaa Neter Ok time, Oh Supreme Being

, 12. Yaa Tefnut, Yaa Netert'. r: Ohmotsture, (Jih Supreme Being,

I , ,. .' ; ~

14. Yaa Nut,Yaa Netert ' Ohnurture, Oh Supreme Being

• , j',

15>Yaa Aset, Yaa:Netert ..", : Oh mighty thrfme, Uh Supreme,,Beln~

16: Yaa Asaru,Yaa Neter.' Oh all Seeing Eye, Ok Supreme Being

,17. Yaa Nebthet, YaaNetert

, Oh lady of the house, t?h Supreme ~:'in~

, I

18. Yaa Sutukh, Ya,a,Neter' " oi. he who sh;ine'S, Oh Supreme,]Je,ing_

, 19. Yaa Haru, Vaa Neter " Oh mountainous one, Oh Supreme Being

J ",",

Aun Neteraa: -<""""'I!!H, I!I ..... qlT\",. )

" Nature,'s Supreltlk' Beings ',,',

, ,****************",***,****,**,****",,************11"***********:',",**,*'*

Nt!te~(Jtlt Shit P.a'Moy.a \ '; ,

l!!!!~flJ .. q;~"",I, ,®'9t~ ~IT\ ,O~'''' ' Supreme Beings ~IT~!e,JVater ·

PaTama-reye Renaat ,~_~~_-,------,-The Egiptian Names

" ," , .. ' ----'--"---~~

20. Yaa Hapi"Yaa Neter

Ok digger, Oh Supreme Being

, '21. Yaa A:nq':'et, Ya,a Ntete'vt .

Oh 'net,OhSupteme Being

22. Y'aa Anti, Ya,a Neter

Oh /:rry",!an, OhSupreme Being

,J.

, ,

, , . "NeteptiatSliiIPa Na'ur . ~tr~tl"'lT\ fi) ,®,1t.~ '~~ ~U~iq ",SUpreme BViing,s OJtthe Fire

• ,." ~ '" .1. l' .

, . "

23. Yaa Nefertum, Yaa Neier

Oh young Atum, Oh Supreme Being.

;',

• 24:'Yaa Mimtu, Yaa Ne,ter , ,"

, ,Oh fixer/combiner, Ok, Supreme Being,

. .'1'

25.Ya~ Be,tid, faa Net~'r 'Oh flyer", Ok Supreme Bei~g" "

26,. Yaa Sakhmet, Yaa Neied 'Oh power, Oh Supreme Being --. 27.Yaa Hat Mar, Yaa Netert

, Oh dwellinghouse-of Horus, Oh, Supre~e Being

29. Ya~Ptab, 'faa N~*er ',,' " , On opener, Oh3upreme Being,

\ ,

Pa Tama-reye Renaat

_______ The Egiptian Names~ ~-,--~

30. Yaa Bast, Yaa Netert 'Oh'jire, o« Supreme Being

, '

31.' Yaa I-M-JIotep, Yaa Neter:, ,

Oh he w'ho comesinpeace, Oh Sup"erne Being"

Neteraat Sh';/Pa Hawuh

~ t fJ) t q ~ ~ ~ ®1t, ~ ,1t.AJ IT\ '* ti ~,'-t~ Supreme Beings ()!The Air ,

\ .

32--. Yaa Hu, Yaa Neier

Oh creative-force of will, oh Suprer!wIJeing

,1'\

, I

,33. Yaa Mut, Yaa Netert

Oh mother, Oh Supreme Being

, , '

,34. Yaa Mehurt, Yaa Netert

Oh mightand fullness, Oh Supreme Bei,!g

! 1\

. '

35.' Yaa .Khefild, Yaa Neter .'

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Oh rising one, Oh Supreme Being

36. Yaa Meskhenent, Yaa Netert . . i

Oh one of childbirth, Oh Supreme Being 37. Yaa Raret, v aa N etert

Oh creative power, Oh Supreme Being

38. YaaKhentimentiu, Yaa Neter ,

Oh one who ruiesthe ,d~:stiny. ()ft~e d.e~id;. Oh$uP/~eme B(!i,lflfi .

39. Yaa Hika, Yaa Netert ,

Oh personification of magieal.power,s; Oh Supreme Being

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40. Yaa Nei~b,Yaa Netert ' Oh weaver; Oh. Supreme Be'ing

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41.,Yaa Maat,YaaNetert

Oh'truth dndjus(ice,' OhSupre';'e Beihg ,

42~ Yaa Ren~litet~ Vaa Netert

C!~ deity o!nourish,ment, Oh Supreme Being

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43. Yaa'Sb.ai, Yaa Netert

Oh luck and d~stiny, Oh'Supreme B~ing

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44: Yaa S~sbat, Ya~ N et~rt

Oh one 0/ writing andmeasurement, OhSupreme Being

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45. Y~aMafdet, Yaa Netert

Oh she who sees clearly, O~ Supreme Bei~g

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"46. Yaa Sobek, Yaa Neter

011 reuniter. Oh Supreme Being

47.Yaa Auubu, Yaa Neter '

Ohmessengst' of heaven and hell"Dh Supreme- Being,

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48.iYaa Kbnum, Yaa Neter O~mol@.era~d creator., , Oh Supretne B(?ing

49. Yaa Kltonsu, Yaa Neter , Oh traveler, Oh Supreme 'Being ,

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50. Yaa Tanen, Yl,la Neter Oh Eprth" Oh Supreme Being

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S1.Ya,a Sia, Yaa N~ter " , , "';"" , ",' , ot. incarnation of int~itive ornniscie~J~;( Oh,'Supt:em~Be~ngi

52. Yaa Heket, Yaa.Netert

-on conception and birth, OhSupreme Being

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53~ Yaa Amsu, Vaa Neter oi. procreator, Oh Supreme Being , ; ,

54. Yaa:S;crapis, Y aa Nete~t . ,I

. Oh one who cures t~e sick; Oh ,SuprehJl!' 8eing'

55. Yaa Atun-Re, Yaa Neter " Oh unique one, .Oh Supreme Being'

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56. Yaa 'fehuti,¥aa Neter

. 011 wisdom, Ok Supreme Being

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57. Yaa Tawar~t,Y,aa N:etcl:t

Dh mighty, one, Oh Supreme Beini, '

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5,8. Yaa Selket, Yaa Netert

Oh liberator of breath , Oh Supreme Being

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60. Yaa Nehebka, Yaa Neter', 'I'

Oh'one whoyokes theKa, Oh Supreme/3eing

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59. Y~a Hah, Yaa Neter , ..' 'r -, ' Oh personiJic~t;'€m ,aijnjinity, Qh'$~pr.,eme B:e,iil:g,;'

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61. YaaSokar,Yaa Neter

, . Ohsilence, Oh Supreme Being

62. Yaa Bait, 'Yaa N eter Oh soul; Oh Supreme Being

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63.YaitAker, YaaNeter Oh lion, Olz Supreme B~ing

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64. Yaa Ini Rerit, Yaa Netert

Oh ;nedia,tors, oil Supreme 'Being "

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, 65. Y aa Wapwaw'et, Yaa N eter .

Ohopener of the ways,. OhSupreme Being

66. Yaa Sekhit Hetep, Yaa Netert

Oh life, healthandjoy, Oh Supreme Being>:

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67. Yaa Meresger, Yaa Netert Oh peaks, Oh Supreme Being ,

68. Yaa Sia, Yaa Netert,

Ohincarnation of intuitive omniscience, Oh Supreme Being

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~9.iY:aa: Gerhet, Yaa Netert Ohni$nt, Oh Supreme Being

70. Yaa Astennu, Yaa Neter . , Oh sacred ape, Oh Supreme Being

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, '7.1. Yaa Behutit, Yaa Netert .

Oh one a/the city of Edfu~ Oh Supreme Being

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72. Yaa Kh-nemtit, Yaa Netert 'p Oh one of offerings; Oh Supneme .'l3ei1J'g

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7.3., '\faa Menqit, Yaa Netert Oh '€Jne of gardens aKld,Vegetation, Oh SUjJreme Beimg

.74. Yaa Hem, Yaa Neter

. 6h one of offerings, Oh Supreme ,Being.

75. Ya~ :Mehduty, Yaa Neter . Oh jocrceful speaker,Oh Supreme Beifclg:

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7.6. Yaa Qebeh-senuf, 'faa Neter

. Ohpurifier of the sliJ"ul, Oh Supreme Beihg ,

77. ¥aa Duamu-tef, Yaa Neier, i. '.' .'

Oh shaper and he whoforeseessOh. Supr.eme Bei:Klg

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. ', 78., Yaa 1\ieFit, Yaa Neters Oh one ofmusie, Oh Suprem.e, Being

. 79. Yaa Ura, Yaa Neter Oh-ruler, Ok Supreme Being.

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, 80/Yaa Edju, Yaa Netert 'Oh healer, Oh Supreme Being

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81. Yaa Nekhebet, Yaa Netert Oh germ'i~ation, Oh Smpreme Being

. 82.,Y:aa Sekba,t, Yaa Netert: " , On',one ofthefteld, o,h,Supr'e:me 'l3:e.imft' " '

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83. Yaa Anuket, YaaNetert

Oh she who seekstheheasens and stars, Oh Supreme Being

84. Yaa Djet, YaaNeter ,

Oh one o!stabllity, Oh Supreme Being

85. Yaa Tern, Yaa Neter

Oh proclamation,oh Supreme Being;

86. Yaa 11a, Yaa Neter

Oh one, Oh Supreme. Being

87. Yaa Vas, YaaNeter

Oh content one, Oh Supreme Being .

88. Yaa Anku, Yaa N eter Oh netter, Oh Supreme Being

89. Yaa Afnuit, Yaa Neter Oh binder, OhSupreme Being

90. YaaSatis, Yaa Neter

Oh sunbeam, Oh Supreme Being

91. Yaa Sekhti, Yaa Neter Oh Field, Oh Supreme Being.

92. Yaa Mta-a', YaaNeter Oh star, Oh Supreme Being

93. Yaa Neneh, Yaa Neter .

. 'Oh eternity, Oh Supreme Being

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94. Yaa Imiut, Yaa N eter . . '. . ,

Oh. he who is in his wrappings, Oh Supreme Being

95. Yaa Imsety,Yaa Neter Oh curer, OhSupreme Being

96. Y~aQemamu, Yaa Netert

ohcreator, oh Supreme Being

97. Yaa Rehshef, YaaN:eter Oh war, Oh Supreme Being

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98. YaaMery, YaaNe~ert

Oh beloved, Oh Supreme Being

99. Yaa Amun-Re, Yaa Neter. ., Oh hidden one, Oh Supreme Bemg'

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Afterward

, After C Reading This Scroll You, Should Have ,: A Better Outlook On HowlmportaqtItIs T9 Ch(jo~eA gO~<!~~J,!1}1e, Not Only Because It Sounds Gp'od To The Ear" But' Mor,ehngQrtantly What-It Means; Because Your Name Should Be So'mething That you Strive T,o Live Up. To. Thi~ Is Why You Should Give Back The' Tama'hu's Name. Stop Taking On European Name~'.AndSlave

'Names. 1'1' You WantTo GoBack T6YourAfrican Culture Ybu - Can Choose An African Name. If You Want To Go Back Further To Your OriginalEgiptian Family Names.YouCan Choose Any Of The Egiptian Names Listed.Within The' Scroll. wh~n. You Are Choosing A Name, Make Sure That The Tonation Of That Name Is

. CorrecfBecati~e: Tones .Have . Ai. " ~Qfj .Tc ·po .~ith . Your CommunicationWithPa .Neteraat"TJie: Supreme Beings ".For Instance.vWhen A Person Calls Your Na.me(DeperidingOn Tile -Emotion Behind It Or How It Sounds) That PersonCan.Affect You.

Make Sure 'Your PronunciationIs Correct. Tones,~r~Used To Attune The,:;)~a·"Soul" .. ' Many People Use The Sound A.um Or • Aq..n. Jf YOI:LTune In To Tbe Wrong Tone, Y ouWiIlNpt Make That' LInk W~th The Neteru'i;"Supreme".· Aun Is The 'Sound Of Nature Knewn=To The Mystics In All Ages. Y04 Most Re-Attune . Your Ba'''Soul'' To' The Sacred Tone Ort'li:e"Plariet Ta,"Ea~th" As Well AsTITe'Kuwn "Unive;se". All Things Are Creai~ifIn Tones > And Octaves Of EnergyAnd Vibrations From The Source Amun.

In The Ren "Name" Amun Itself, You Again See TheTone Of The Universe 'As An, Aun, Or Awn. With The Right Amount Of Input, .It Will Open Up, Centers' In The. Brain. These Centers Will Cause

f\1I Your Glands To.VibrateOn A Certain'Frequency.And'Be Able To Pick lJp ~nd,Receive Telepathically/With This The Neteraat "t Supreme Beings" Will Speak Directly To You In What Steps To Take, Where To Go, WhenTimes Get Beyond Repair And You Manifest You Must Learn. To PerforrriAIl Of Your Rituals, Chantings, · Recitations And InitiationsTn' 'Our Own Language Nuwaupic As We Did Thousands Of Years Ago. You See, Your Language IsA Language Of Tones, English Is A Dialect And A Conglomeration-Of Many Languages And It Has No Tones In It. As . Long As You Are Speaking A Language Other Than\' our Own,

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