Pharoah Tutankhamun & His Anubian Inscription

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Post by TrillaCruile 22.10.22 17:35

One should encourage students to learn about the history deeply connected with the Asetian tradition.
I wanted to point to the translation of the inscription on the Shrine of Anubis found in the Tomb of Tutankhamen:


“It is I who hinder the sand from choking the secret chamber, and who repel that one who would repel him with the desert flame. I have set aflame the desert, I have caused the path to be mistaken. I am for the protection of the deceased.”


I think the symbolism used/the words of the magickal formula speaks for itself to one acquainted with the concepts. The inscription also inspired the fictional lore of the “curse of King Tut”.

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Post by Ramla-Meryt 22.10.22 17:48

TrillaCruile wrote:I think the symbolism used/the words of the magickal formula speaks for itself to one acquainted with the concepts. The inscription also inspired the fictional lore of the “curse of King Tut”.

Agreed, on both the count of the concepts within the inscription translation presented and the reminder-encouragement for Asetianists to explore history.
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Post by TrillaCruile 16.11.22 14:08

Ramla-Meryt wrote:
Agreed, on both the count of the concepts within the inscription translation presented and the reminder-encouragement for Asetianists to explore history.

Thanks for your reply.

The pursuit of knowledge alongside the constant shedding of past ignorance is a necessity. History is rich, especially when explored through the lense of Asetianism.

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