The Liturgy of Funerary Offerings

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The Liturgy of Funerary Offerings

By E. A. Wallis Budge

The Thirty-eighth Ceremony

This censing of the mummy, or statue, was followed by another set of libations. Whilst the SEM priest was sprinkling the deceased with water in which two grains, or cakes, of incense had been dissolved, the Kher heb said four times:--

"This libation is for thee, O Osiris, this libation is for thee, O Unas; it cometh forth from thy son, it cometh forth from Horus.

"I have come and I have brought unto thee the Eye of Horus, that thy heart may be refreshed therewith. I have brought it [and placed it] under thee, [under


The Sem priest pouring water from a libation vase into a libation bowl held by a ministrant.

thy sandals,] and I have presented unto thee that which floweth forth from thee. Whilst it is with thee there shall be no stoppage of thy heart, and it shall be to thee with the things (or, persons) which come forth at the [sound of] the voice."



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