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Vehicle of the Sun The Royal Chariot in the New Kingdom

17 A Possible Chariot Canopy for Tutankhamun Edwin C

In ancient times Egyptians were buried directly in the ..
And/or: {as one example}: "Other rooms in the mastaba served as ceremonial chambers supported by walls carefully inscribed with the formulae meant to ensure continuity of the spirit in the inner life. The spells and rituals were most often rendered in illustrated form, a convention of the Old Kingdom which has been misunderstood in modern times. Literal translation of the figures may show the deceased leading an army, hunting in a marsh, practicing veterinary medicine, and collecting taxes in his region - all diverse and unrelated professions for one apparently remarkable person. The illustrations are metaphorical, and are similarly found in all tombs of the period and in every class of persons. Each scene represents a spiritual reality, rendered in earthly terms much as the corporeal world was understood to mirror the cosmic world. Leading an army was symbolic for 'overcoming the adversary' - hunting in a marsh was 'returning to the primeval marsh of time', and collecting taxes was 'balancing accounts', in the sense of paying one's moral debts." ['The Sacred Tradition in Ancient Egypt' / R. Clark].

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"But, beyond the physical and beyond the psyche is the spiritual world, the world of spirit, 'spiritus' in Latin, 'pnenma' in Greek and 'atman' in Sanskrit. That 'Spirit' though separate from matter and soul is yet interwoven in the whole structure. So we have body, soul and spirit. Now this takes us back to the early Christian concept that man is body, soul and spirit. It is found in St. Paul, in the letter to the Thessalonians, and in St. Irenaeus and in Origen amongst the early fathers. After that it faded out, but these early Christians had a much more integrated view of humanity. Man is an integrated whole of body, soul and spirit, not a body separated from mind, with 'god' somehow separated from all. I would like to support this with a theory which i discovered about 50 years ago when i was studying English Literature and which i have never forgotten. I give it to you for what it is worth, but it changed my whole outlook on life...

 

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"The love of the life is the real love. It rules over and holds in subordination many other derived loves, affections, or feelings. This ruling love contains the persons real end, or purpose in living. The influence or 'ruling' of this essential love of the life is quite subtle and pervasive, reaching all aspects of mind.... A man has for an end what he loves above all things, and has respect to it in each and all things. It is in his will, like a hidden ''current of a stream'' which draws and bears him away even when busy with something else; for it is that which animates him. This is what one man seeks for, and also sees in another; and according to which, he either leads him or acts with him''....'' To underline the central role of the 'ruling' love, Swedenborg referred to it at various times as man's life itself, his own Self, his character, the essence of the life, the soul, and the very form of his spirit." [Chapter 5, 'The presence of Other Worlds'. Emphasis, this readers].


"We live in dynamic times when humanity is waking up to the implication of a greater transformation and the reality that we are a part of a much greater consciousness universe. The keys of Enoch [and/or 'keys of Solomon'] reveal the past, present and future of life on our planet and how our human nature is non-local and multidimensional, having vast capabilities and endowments of a divine birthright coded within us, that reveals how we are universal beings working within a higher evolutionary plan." [First page, first paragraph,'The Keys of Enoch' by J. J. Hurtak]. And...


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Erasistratus of Julis (of Ceos); Eristratos of Iulis (of Ceos) (GR-EG) explained his Air-Pneuma Theory. He believed in various types of interconnected pneuma, but they had a different course through the body. The first type, vital pneuma, came from air drawn through the trachea that was then changed into lung tissue. The vital pneuma, mixed with blood and then traveled in the arteries to the base of the brain where it was transformed into psychic pneuma. The psychic pneuma, sometimes referred to as animal spirit, aided the functioning of the brain and nerves. Erasistratus held that health and disease and, in fact, the nature of life were intimately connected with the pneuma.

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Side note: "Tutanknamen lay in a golden coffin, surrounded by an extraordinary array of grave goods: everything from religious symbols and near size life statues to loincloths. The only thing missing was a library. The tomb was remarkably devoid of written information, and this led several Egyptologists to announce that its contents had little value beyond showcasing the artistic and technological achievements of the New Kingdom Egyptians. They could not have been more wrong. Today it is recognised that the individual artifacts stored in the tomb have their own tales to tell, and modern science is allowing the experts to reconstruct these stories using grave goods, the tomb itself, and the kings mummified body." [ 'Tutankhamen's Curse: The Developing History of an Egyptian King' / J. Tyldesley]. Among others try ''loincloth''.