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Old 01-21-2010, 04:01 PM   #748
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Default Re: Thuban Q&A: (warning longer than normal posts here)

Originally Posted by abraxasinas View Post
The post would have been too long had I continued with the story Brook.
The question was about Ptah and I cut the story short after Ptah was not in the story any more.
If someone asks about the continuations of the story, I shall provide it.
As the expert on Egyptology, I am sure you can enlighten your 'friends' much better than myself.

Cheers from the NASI Abraxas and Prost the Serpent's Ale!

AA as in H.AA.RP, the raygun of Draconis!
I already my own way. but for the sake of this thread my view has been stated...the information you you have presented is slanted, and watered down.

I will leave you with words from a stone tables
washed up on a beach and reached the British Museum from Egypt in
1805. Cataloged as Stella #797

“Mighty and great is Ptah, who rendered power to the gods and their kas: through his heart, by
which Horus became Ptah; and through his tongue, by which Thoth became Ptah.
When the eye sees, the ears hear, and the nose breathes, they report to the heart. It is the
heart that brings forth every issue, and the tongue that repeats the thought of the heart.
Thus were
fashioned all the gods: even Atum and his Ennead.
Every divine word has come into existence through the heart’s thought and tongue’s
“Thus it was—by such speech—that the kas were created and the maid servants of the kas.
“It is these that make all sustenance, all food; all that is liked and all that is loathed.
“Thus it was he who gave life to the peaceful and death to the transgressor.
“Thus it was he who made every work, every craft...”
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