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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Something About The Pyramid (Triangle) You Need To Know About - Episode 2

THE TRUTH

Remember The Cult of the Mnevis which is also considered as the Ba of Ra and Ra is considered to
have created all forms of  life according to Egyptian as read in the Episode 1(Click to read)

Mnevis is the hellenized name of an ancient Egyptian bull god which had its centre of worship at Heliopolis, and was known by ancient Egyptians as Mer-wer ("great black") or Nem-wer.


Although initially a separate god, it was later assimilated to unite with god Atum-Ra as his physical manifestation, and also considered as the Ba of Ra.

The ancient Egyptians believed that a human soul was made up of five parts: the Ren(name), the Ba(personality/soul), the Ka (vital spark), the Sheut(shadow), and the Jb (heart).

Bâ (personality/soul)

The 'Bâ' (bꜣ) was everything that makes an individual unique, similar to the notion of 'personality'. (In this sense, inanimate objects could also have a 'Bâ', a unique character, and indeed Old Kingdom pyramids often were called the of their owner). The is an aspect of a person that the Egyptians believed would live after the body died, and it is sometimes depicted as a human-headed bird flying out of the tomb(A place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone) to join with the Ka in the afterlife.


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Not Anywhere Online You Will Find ThisThe (personality/soul) comes into existence after death is corporeal, eating, drinking and having sex. Louis Žabkar argued that the is not part of the person but is the person himself, unlike the soul in Greek, or late Judaic, Christian or Muslim thought. The idea of a purely immaterial existence was so foreign to Egyptian thought that when Christianity spread in Egypt they borrowed the Greek word psyche to describe the concept of soul and not the term . Žabkar concludes that so particular was the concept of to ancient Egyptian thought that it ought not to be translated but instead the concept be footnoted or parenthetically explained as one of the modes of existence for a person.

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In another mode of existence the of the deceased is represented in the Book of Going Forth by Day(Also Known As Book Of Dead) returning to the mummy and participating in life outside the tomb(A place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the ground and marked by a tombstone)) in non-corporeal form, echoing the solar theology of Re (or Ra) uniting with Osiris each night according to Egyptian believe

The word bau (bꜣw), plural of the word ba, meant something similar to 'impressiveness', 'power', and 'reputation', particularly of a deity. When a deity intervened in human affairs, it was said that the Bau of the deity were at work [Borghouts 1982].

That is to tell you there is still life after death....and your soul determine it

Will continue with Book of Going Forth(Also Known As Book Of Dead) and many others in next episode
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