Pert Em Heru / Kemetian Texts : The Adoration

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    $ This is another work I had done while I was in jail. I had read through the xtian "Magnificat" which is a Catholoic pamphlet with rituals for Mass and such. The Mass that xtians celebrate was stolen from the original festivals (Mass) of Osirus. All comments and feedback are welcome. I don't consider the work complete so any ideas are welcome as well. The "Adoration" is below. Hope you all enjoy.

    Adoration/Mass of Osirus:

    Osirus has died, Osirus is risen, El Asarus! Osirus shall come again. Thy death has shown us sacrifice, rising thee overcame death. Lord Osirus, manifest thy glory within us/me When we/I eat this bread and drink this cup which symbolizes thy body and blood which renews our/my spirit, we/I proclaim thy death, Lord Osirus may ye manifest within us/me. Lord Osirus, thy death and resurrection has shown us/me that all things have a beginning and ending and shall come again in its appointed time and season. Lord Osirus, ye are the cultivator of the world.

    Lord Osirus, keeping in mind the death ye overcame by resurrection. Thy glorious resurrection and ascension has shown us/me that we/I too can overcome death and adversity and become victorious. We/I hail thee for showing us/me the way through thy death and resurrection. We/I honor thee with thanksgiving and celebration for thy sacrifice.

    Look with favor on thy supplicant's offering, and understand that we/I recognize thy death and resurrection which has shown us/me that death is the inevitable sacrifice that life may continue, that death is not the end, but a transition into a glorified, uncorrupted life that is eternal, that adversity and sorrow is not forever, but is for a season which in time shall pass. Grant that we/I, who are/am nourished by thy body and blood may be filled with thy eternal spirit, and become One in body and spirit.

    May thee manifest within us/me eternal life which enables us/me to share thy inheritance and majesty with Meri, The Beloved Virgin Mother of Horus, Supreme Goddess, Queen of Heaven, on whose constant intercession we/I rely for help.

    Lord Osirus, may this supplication and celebration which honors thee, make peace with thee. May this peace be spread to all throughout the world who understand the mystery of thy death and resurrection. Strengthen in faith and love thy people on earth; thy servant, the priest... our/my bishop(?) and all the bishops, with the clergy and all people who adore and honor thy resurrection. Lord Osirus, hear the prayers of the family/supplicant gathered/present here before thee. In mercy and love unite all thy people wherever they may be.

    Welcome into thy kingdom our/my departed brothers and sisters, and all who have left this world in thy honor and friendship. We/I hope to inherit and enjoy forever the fruits of thy glory through thee from whom all good things come.

    Through ye, with ye as One, With Isis, who is the Holy Spirit, and with Horus, who is thy son, The Great Restorer of thy Kindom. Glory and honor be thine Lord Osirus, forevermore. Amenti.

    Adoration/Mass of Osirus (continued)

    Priest(or suitable minister): In the name of Osirus, the Father, In the name of Horus, the Son, In the name of Isis, the blessed, beloved Mother.

    People: Amenti.

    Priest: The spirit of Lord Horus, The KRST*, the mercy of the great god Osirus and in the love of Lady Isis the Holy Spirit, may the three of thee be with ye all.

    People: And also with thee.

    Priest: The mercy and peace of Osirus the great god, the spirit of Horus the KRST, and the love of Isis the blessed, beloved mother be with ye.

    People: Blessed be Osirus the great god, Horus the KRST and Isis the blessed, beloved mother.

    Priest: May Lord Horus be with ye.

    People: And also with thee.

    Penitential Rite:

    Priest: As we gather to honor and celebrate the mystery of Lord Osirus' death and resurrection, let us acknowledge each other as family, let us support one another through our good and bad times and appreciate each other's support and companionship. May Lord Horus keep us together and manifest his strength and courage within us.

    Coming together as the family of Osirus the great god, Lady Isis, the blessed, beloved mother and Queen of Heaven and Lord Horus the KRST, Great Restorer of his Father's Kingdom, with confidence let us ask for the blessings and wisdom of the gods.

    My brothers and sisters, to prepare ourselves to celebrate the sacred mysteries of Lord Osirus, let us call to mind our times of sorrow and adversity. I confess before Lord Osirus, and to ye my brothers and sisters that I have been through hard times and am dealing with adversity as it comes my way. I admit that enduring adversity is not easy and there are times when I feel that the trials and tribulations are too much to bare and accept defeat and give up the fight. However, I keep in mind that all things have an ending, that in time the hard times and sorrow shall pass in its appointed season which is the hope that inspires me to overcome. I ask blessed Meri, Heaven's beloved and ever Holy, all the Netjeru and spirits to keep me strong as I have not given up hope, and ye my brothers and sisters to pray for me as I pray for thee, to keep me strong as I keep ye strong. (people/family rejoice!)

    Priest: Great god Osirus, we go through adversity however, we overcome which shows our endurance and understanding of the mystery of thy death and resurrection: Lord Horus give us strength.

    People: Lord Horus give us strength.

    Priest: Lord Osirus show us thy mercy and love

    People: And grant us thy wisdom.

    (The priest or suitable minister makes the following or other invocations)

    Priest: Lord Osirus, ye came to this world and raised mankind from a state of barbarism and savagery to an enlightened, civilized and moral species:
    Lord Osirus, we thank thee for thy mercy and wisdom.

    People: We thank thee for thy mercy and wisdom.

    Priest: Lord Osirus, ye felt within thy heart to show us a better way.

    People: A better way thee has shown.

    Priest: Lord Horus, ye fight for thy people O, Great Restorer of thy Father's Kingdom, may all that offend thy father's kingdom be cast away: Lord Horus, be with us and dwell within us.

    People: Lord Horus, be with us and dwell within us.

    Priest: May we always remember the meaning of the mystery of the death and resurrection of Lord Osirus, who is manifested within us which brings us eternal life.

    People: Amenti

    Gloria:

    Glory to thee Lord Osirus, the great god and peace to his people on earth.
    Lord Osirus, glorious king, great god and Father, we honor thee, we give thee thanks, we hail thee for thy glory.
    Lord Horus the KRST, Son of thy Father, Lord Osirus, and Son of thy beloved and blessed Mother, Queen Isis, O, Great Restorer of thy Father's Kingdom, Great Avenger of thy Father and People, ye cast away all that offend thy Father's Kingdom: Lord Horus, be with us and within us; thee has taken thy seat beside thy Holy Mother and Father: Hear our prayers.
    For ye, Lord Horus, are the Crowned and Conquering Son,
    ye are Lord who is great and true,
    ye has conquered and overcame the adversary in battle at the city of Edfu therefore, may all haill thee as Most High, Lord Horus, The KRST, with thy Holy Mother and Father in glory.
    Amenti.

    Invocation of The Word:

    (Priest or deacon or suitable minister bows before the altar and says inaudibly)

    Priest: Mighty Horus, manifest thy spirit within me and guide my speech that I may worthily proclaim thy word.

    Priest: Lord Horus be with ye.

    People: And also with thee.

    Priest: (Read from the book or papyrus texts according to Khemetic scriptures...)

    People: Glory to thee, Lord Horus. (at the end of reading)

    Priest: The word of Lord Horus, as it is written.

    People: We hail thee Lord Horus, The KRST.
    (then priest/deacon or suitable minister kiss the book saying inaudibly:)

    Priest: May the words of the book inspire us with hope in our times of trouble.

    People: Amenti.

    Proclamation of Faith:

    We honor Osirus, the great god, The Father, Horus the Mighty One, The Crowned and Conquering Son, and Isis, Heaven's beloved and blessed Holy Mother. We hail the gods for creating mankind in their image and likeness and bestowing within us the intellegence, Reason and spirit to master our animal instincts however, not to ignore them but to work in harmony with our primitive instincts and nature and to recognize and acknowledge the Divine within ourselves. We hail thee for the preservation of the Heavens and earth, all that is seen and unseen that function in sequential, consecutive, and intellegent motion according to the plan and Will of the Grand Architect of The Universe. (GAOTU) We honor Lord Horus, The KRST, the son of the great god Osirus and Holy goddess, Isis, being immaculately conceived by the Holy Union of the Holy Virgin Meri who is blessed Isis and the great god Osirus who is risen, Mother and Father conjoined together as one Spirit and Light resulting the son to be of begotten Light from Light, Spirit from Spirit, begotten, not made, One in being with the Father. Through him, and he within us we overcome adversity and triumph and that within our hearts inspires us with hope which is our inspiration that is manifested within us from above.
    (All bow during these two lines)

    By the power of the conjunction of the spirit of Lord Osirus and Lady Isis being a Holy Union, he was born of the Virgin Meri and became a god and warrior. For the sake of his father he was crucified on a tree to free his father's Sahu (spirit) from entrapment. His father suffered, died and was buried. He (Horus) raised his father from the dead with the help of his mother who assisted as it is written and ascended and is seated beside his Holy Mother and Risen Father. He shall bring one before the Judgment of his father where the heart being the seat of the soul, the site of the conscience shall be weighed against the Feather of Truth. He shall cast away all that offend his father's kingdom which his father's kingdom shall have no end. We honor Queen Isis who is the Holy Spirit, the giver and sustainer of life whose words of resurrection she gained from Lord Thoth, the god of wisdom, magic, time, keeper of records, and scrible of the gods transcends death. Along with the Father and Son she is adored and glorified. She speaks to us in mysterious ways which is understood by those with the spirit to hear her voice. We honor the Holy Temple that is dedicated to the gods. We acknowledge the baptism which symbolizes the death and resurrection of Lord Osirus, which shows us that death is the inevitable sacrifice in order for life to continue, that adversity is not forever but is only for a season which in time shall pass. With that wisdom in mind along with the living spirit of Lord Osirus within us we have risen from death. Amenti.

    The Disciple's Creed:

    I honor Osirus, the geat god, The Father, Horus, The Mighty One, Crowned and Conquering Son, and Isis, Heaven's beloved and blessed Holy Mother. I hail the gods for creating mankind in their image and likeness and bestowing within me the intellegence, Reason and spirit to master my animal instincts however, not to ignore them but to work in harmony with my primitive intincts and nature and to recognize and acknowledge the Divine within me. I hail thee for the preservation of the Heavens and earth, all that is seen and unseen that function in sequential, consecutive and intellegent motion according to the plan and Will of the Grand Architect of The Universe (GAOTU) I honor Lord Horus, The KRST, The son of the great god, Osirus who is risen, Mother and Father conjoined together as one Spirit and Light resulting the son to be of begotten Light from Light, Spirit from Spirit, begotten not made, One in being with the Father. Through him, and he within me I overcome adversity and triumph and that within my heart inspires me with hope which is my inspiration that is manifested within me from above.
    (Disciple bows during these two lines)

    By the power of the conjunction of the spirit of Lord Osirus and Lady Isis being a Holy Union, he was born of the Virgin Meri and became a god and warrior. For the sake of his Father he was crucified on a tree to free his father's Sahu (spirit) from entrapment. His father suffered, died and was buried. He (Horus) raised his father from the dead with the help of his mother who assisted as it is written and ascended and is seated beside his Holy Mother and Risen Father. He shall bring one before the Judgment of his father where the heart being the seat of the soul, the site of the conscience shall be weighed against the Feather of Truth. He shall cast away all that offend his Father's Kingdom which his Father's Kingdom shall have no end. I honor Queen Isis, who is the Holy Spirit, the giver and sustainer of life whose words of resurrection she gained from Lord Thoth, the god of wisdom, magic, time, keeper of records and scribe of the gods transcends death. Along with the Father and Son she is adored and glorified. She speaks to us in mysterious ways which is understood by those with the spirit to hear her voice. I honor the Holy Temple that is dedicated to the gods. I acknowledge the baptism which symbolizes the death and resurrection of Lord Osirus, which shows me that death is the inevitable sacrifice in order for life to continue, that adversity is not forever but is only for a season which in time shall pass. With that wisdom in mind along with the living spirit of Lord Osirus within me I have risen from death. Amenti.

    Preparation of the Altar and gifts:

    Priest: Blesssed art thou Lord Osirus, great god, bringer of good and wisdom. Through thy goodness we have this bread to receive which earth hath given and human hands have made. It shall be for us/me the bread of life.

    People: Blessed be Lord Osirus forever.

    Priest: By the mystery of this water and wine may we/I come to share in the divinity of Osirus who died and is risen from the dead which shows humanity that death is not the end but a transition into a glorified, uncorrupted life that is eternal.

    Priest: Blessed art thou Lord Osirus, great god, bringer of good and wisdom. Through thy goodness we/I have this wine to receive, fruit of the vine and work of human hands.It shall be our/my spiritual drink.

    People: Blessed be Lord Osirus forever.

    Priest: Lord Osirus, we/I ask ye to receive us/me and be pleased with the supplication we/I offer thee with/a humble and sincere hearts/heart.
    Lord Osirus, may thy immortality dwell within us/me, may the bread which is thy body transform us/me incorruptible, may the wine which is thy blood flow through us/me and renew our/my spirit and with the absorbtion of thy body and blood into ourselves/myself may we/I and thee become One in body and spirit.

    Priest: Pray, brethren, that our supplication may be acceptable to Lord Osirus, the great god.

    People: May Lord Osirus accept the supplication at thy hands for the honor and glory to his name and resurrection, for our good and the good of all his people.

    Prayer over the gifts:

    Priest: May the immortality of Lord Osirus dwell within ye.

    People: And may the immortality of Lord Osirus dwell within thee.

    Priest: Accept the blood of Lord Osirus which renews thy spirit as it flows throughout thee changing thee from within.

    People: We accept the blood of Lord Osirus which renews our spirit as it flows throughout us changing us from within.

    Priest: Let us give thanks to Lord Osirus the great god.

    People: It is right to honor him and give him thanks.

    Preface of Days of The Sun:

    Lord Horus, Mighty and ever-living god, we do well always and everywhere to give ye thanks. Thy living and triumphant spirit within us we live and overcome adversity as it comes our way. Each day we awake from sleep we overthrow the lurking snares of the bringer of death and misfortune by thy living and triumphant spirit gurding us and dwelling within us, which gives us on earth a peace of mind and the hope of the unending joy that is yet to come. Thy gift of the word is what raised thy father from the dead and released thy father's spirit from captivity which is the hope and promise we all cherish which inspires us each day knowing that ye are with us and within us. With thankful praise, in company with the gods and spirits, we glorify the wonders of thy power. Amenti.

    Preface of Weekdays:

    Lord Osirus, it is our duty and our honor, always and everywhere to give thee thanks for thy Mighty, dutiful son, Horus The KRST. He is the word that raised thee from death, knowing that he is with us and within us is the hope that we cherish which inspires us daily knowing that we shall live after death. Lord Osirus, by the power of the conjunction of Thee and Lady Isis, being a Holy Union, the spirit of thy son manifested within flesh and was born of the Virgin Meri. For thy sake he was crucified on a tree to free thy Sahu (spirit) from captivity and he fulfilled his duty by defeating the adversary for the cause of thy death. By avenging thee he fulfilled thy Will and conquered and overcame the adversary and for his victory he is known as Harwer, (Horus The Great!) with a temple dedicated to his name til this day at the city of Edfu being the site where he overthrew the adversary. And so we join the gods and the spirits in proclamation for his glory:
    Mighty, Mighty, Mighty, Lord Horus, full of power and might, may Heaven and earth proclaim his glory. Harwer is the greatest. Blessed is he who comes in the name of Lord Horus. Harwer is the greatest.

    The Supplication:

    We come to thee Lord Osirus, with honor, praise and thanksgiving, through Horus The KRST, thy son. Through him we ask thee to accept and bless these gifts we offer thee in commemoration and supplication. We offer them for thy Holy Temple, may Horus The KRST, thy son who is all-seeing watch over the gifts and guide it; Lord Osirus, grant it peace and unity throughout the world. We offer them for... our priest, for... our bishop(?) and for all who hold and teach the meaning of the mystery of thy death and resurrection that comes to us from the disciples and priests. Remember, Lord Osirus, thy people, especially those for whom we now pray... and... Remember all of us gathered here before thee. Ye know how firmly we honor thee and dedicate ourselves to thee. We offer thee this supplication of honor for ourselves and those who are dear to us. We pray to thee Lord Osirus, living and great god, for our well-being and appreciation of thy mercy and wisdom. In union with the whole temple dedicated to the gods we honor, Meri, thy beloved and blessed, ever-virgin, Holy Mother of Horus The KRST, Mighty and Triumphant god. We honor thee Lord Osirus, her groom, the priests, disciples and martyrs, ancient and modern as well as (names of disciples and martyrs, ancient and modern is optional) the spirits. May their merits and prayers gain us constant help and protection. ( Through Horus The KRST [optional])
    Lord Osirus, accept this offering from thy whole family. Grant us thy peace in this life and hereafter. May we be saved from final damnation, and count us among those ye have chosen. (Through Horus The KRST.) Bless and approve our offering; make it acceptable unto thee, an offering of spirit and truth. (Through Horus The KRST.) When ye had died, Meri, thy beloved who is blessed Isis along with Anubis, the weigher of hearts lead a search to recover thy body. Thy body was cut into many pieces and scattered all over ancient Khemet. From each place a part of thy body was discovered, a tomb was erected over the place to confuse the enemy. Then Queen Isis, with her wisdom and skill of magic she put thy body together piece by piece while Anubis wrapped thy body in swathed linen and embalmed thy body. The meaning of the mystery symbolizes our search for the word, for divinity, so we look whichever way, we seek and come to find that truth is hidden in various places while through our search we begin to piece together the truth piece by piece. Since thy resurrection from death, Lord Osirus, thy disciples have commemorated the event of thy death and resurrection by using bread to represent thy body and wine to represent thy blood, understanding the meaning of the mystery of thy death and resurrection. Now, my brethren, let us prepare to take this bread all of thee and eat it: For this is the body of Osirus, the great god who is risen. Let us prepare to take this wine all of thee and drink it, for it is the cup of the blood of Osirus, the great god which renews and nourishes our spirit making us One with Osirus the great god in body and spirit. May the Immortality of Osirus the great god dwell within us. Amenti.

    Communion Rite:

    Let us honor Lord Osirus with confidence in the words/teachings that Horus gave/taught to us. Horus taught us to recognize the Divine within ourselves and so we have the courage to acknowledge that Birthright. Let us ask Horus The KRST to be with us and may his triumphant spirit dwell within us as we face adversity. Let us pray the acknowledgement of the Divine within ourselves as Horus The KRST has shown us:
    "My Will that lies within, hallowed be thy name; my kingdom come, my Will be done without as it is within. I receive this day my daily bread; it is my debtors Will to forgive my debts as it is my Will to forgive my debtors; it is not my Will to be lead into temptation, but by my Will may I overcome evil." (or adversity) For mine is the kingdom, the glory, the honor and the power forevermore. Amenti.

    Priest: Be with us Lord Horus as we face adversity and grant us peace in our day. With thee within us we overcome, thee with us we're guarded against evil. With hope in our hearts we wait upon the unending joy that is yet to come.

    People: May, hope, joy and glory be ours now and forever.

    Priest: Lord Horus, The KRST, may thee leave us thy peace. Look not on our shortcomings, but on how we overcome adversity. Grant us the peace and unity of thy Father's Kingdom where thee and thy Holy Mother live forevermore. Amenti.

    Priest: The peace of Lord Osirus be with ye always.

    People: And also with thee. (priest, deacon, or suitable minister may add, "Let us offer each other the sign of peace.")

    Breaking of The Bread:

    Priest: Lord Osirus, manifest thy peace and good nature to the world:
    Have mercy on us.
    Lord Osirus, manifest thy peace and good nature to the world:
    Have mercy on us.
    Lord Osirus, manifest thy peace and good nature to the world:
    Grant us peace.
    (meanwhile, priest or suitable minister takes the host and breaks it over the paten. He places a small piece in the chalice, saying inaudibly:) May this mingling of the body and blood of Lord Osirus, bring eternal life to us who receive.
    Private preparation of the priest: (priest joins hands and says inaudibly.) Lord Osirus, living and great god, by the Will of thy son, Horus The KRST and the magical work of Isis thy bride, thy resurrection from death has shown us that adversity is not forever but is for a season which in time shall pass. It has shown us that death is not the end, but a transition into a glorified, uncorrupted life. My absorbtion of thy holy body and blood I commemorate thy death while thy blood renews and nourishes my spirit. May I always remember and honor the meaning of the mystery of thy death and resurrection.
    (priest takes the host, raises it slightly over the paten and, facing the people says aloud:)

    Priest: This is the body and blood of Osirus, the great god which brings eternal life to us who receive it. Happy are those who receive it.

    People: Lord Osirus, may thee deem me worthy to receive thee.
    (facing altar priest says inaudibly:)

    Priest: May the body of Osirus the great god bring me eternal life.
    (priest reverently consumes the body of Osirus, takes chalice and says inaudibly:)

    Priest: May the blood of Osirus, the great god bring me eternal life.
    (priest reverently drinks from the chalice)
    Communion song: Period of silence or song of praise

    Benediction: (priest or suitable minister may give a blessing.)

    (Before the blessing, a prayer such as the following may be said:)

    Priest: Ye have given them bread.

    People: Containing in itself all delight.

    Priest: Lord Osirus, ye gave us the sacred bread as a memory of thy suffering and death. May our commemoration and honor of this sacrament of thy body and blood help us to remember and honor the meaning of the mystery of thy death and resurrection. Grant us the peace of thy kingdom where ye reign with Horus thy son who is The KRST and with Isis, thy beloved and blessed bride as one family. Forevermore. Amenti.

    Reposition:
    The Divine Praises.

    Blessed Be Osirus, the great god.
    Blessed be his holy name.
    Blessed be Horus, The KRST, victorious god and warrior.
    Blessed be the name of Osirus.
    Blessed be his most sacred heart.
    Blessed be his most holy blood.
    Blessed be Osirus in the most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
    Blessed be the Eternal Spirit of Osirus.
    Blessed be the Great Mother of Horus, Meri, Heaven's beloved and Most Holy.
    Blessed be her Holy and Immaculate Conception
    Blessed be her glorious Assumption
    Blessed be Osirus, her groom and king
    Blessed be the gods and spirits and all those who dwell the gods.

    Anima Deitus:

    Soul of Osirus, sanctify me.
    Body of Osirus, nourish me.
    Blood of Osirus, renew me.
    Holy Water, wash me.
    Spirit of Horus, strengthen me.
    O, Lord Horus, hear me:
    Suffer me not to be seperated from thee.
    From the malicious enemy defend me.
    And bid me come unto thee, that with thy warriors I may honor thee. Amenti.

    Prayer after Communion: (Concluding Rite)

    Priest: Lord Horus be with ye.

    People: And also with thee.
    (deacon, priest, suitable minister/person with hands joined, sings or says:)

    Dismissal:

    Go in the peace of Lord Horus The KRST.
    The Adoration is ended, go in peace. (or celebrate in peace)
    Go in peace and love and honor the gods.

    People: Thanks and honor be to the gods.


    *KRST is the Khemetic (Ancient Egyptian) title, "Karast" which means "chosen or annointed one." (Christ/Messiah) The messiah was a king. The term "messiah" is derived from the word "mesa" which was boiled crocodile fat that the ancient Khemites called, "Holy Mesa" which is what the priest would use to annoint the selected pharaoh before being crowned. That's why dragons are related with royalty. Horus was the rightful heir to his father's throne making him a legitimite and True Messiah. See the Biblical books of Kings and the Chronicles of the Kings and you will see that the Hebrew custom concerning birthrights is passed down from father to son. (Patriarchal) Also the Hebrew kings were to be descended(biological) from the tribe of Judah. (descendants of King David) However, in the gospels (as it is written) Joseph, who was married to Mary (mother of Jesus) was of the tribe of Judah but was *not* the biological father of Jesus. Mary, was said to be from the tribe of Levi. So with that understood Jesus could not have been the Messiah or Christ the Hebrews believed would come. The Christ of the Hebrews was to be a direct, biological descendant of King David who would liberate the people from oppression (Roman rule) and rule Israel as king. The Hebrew Messiah was to be a warrior like King David as well. (Jesus was no warrior) Jesus did not fit the role of a true messiah. However, Heru was a warrior from start to finish, rightful heir of his father's throne who overthrew his father's adversary and ascended the throne of his father. Who was the adversary? The dark prince now commonly known as "Satan"(Shaitan-adversary). Satan is not a name but a title. The dark prince, is Set/Satan. Though Horus and Set are opposites they are ever linked which supports the balance.