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Passport to the Egyptian Afterlife
The Book of the Dead of Ramose

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Spell 72 - going out in the day

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Spell for going out in the day: recitation by the Osiris, supervisor of archivists of the Lord of the Two Lands, Ramose, justified, after opening the tomb. He says: 'Hail to you, possessors of right souls, without falsehood, who exist for always in the borders of eternity. Open up to me! Having been an akh-spirit in form, ...

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