UTTERANCE 261 (Passing through the Great Sphinx to the Farthest and Highest Void)

This selection is located in the pyramid of Un-is on the south wall of the Antechamber.
 

324a. djed medu Un-is pi uitj ib za ib shu

djed  'Said' (in the Antechamber facing South)  [Faulkner omits]
medu  'is the solitary Word,'  [Faulkner omits]
Un-is pi  'so that such an Un-is'  [Faulkner has 'The King']
uitj ib  'will be a seizer of the Midst,'  [Faulkner has 'is a heart-tosser(?),']
za ib  'a son of the Midst'  [Faulkner has 'the favourite son']
shu  'of the Universal Void,'  [Faulkner has 'of Shu,']

Said (in the Antechamber facing South) is the solitary Word, so that such an Un-is will be a seizer of the Midst, a son of the Midst of the Universal Void,
 

324b. auii aut azeb iakhu

auii aut  'whose length of time will be long,'  [Faulkner has 'long-extended,']
azeb iakhu  'and whose brilliance will be fierce-glowing.'  [Faulkner has 'fierce of brilliance;']

whose length of time will be long, and whose brilliance will be fierce-glowing.
 

324c. Un-is pi neser em tep tjau er djeru pet er djer ta

Un-is pi  'Such an Un-is'  [Faulkner has 'the King']
neser  'is a flame'
em tep tjau  'in and upon the wind'  [Faulkner has '(moving) before the wind']
er djeru pet  'at the limit of the Blue Void'  [Faulkner has 'to the end of the sky'
er djer ta  'at the end of the earth,'  [Faulkner has 'and to the end of the earth']

Such an Un-is is a flame in and upon the wind at the limit of the Blue Void at the end of the earth,
 

324d. djer shut o henebu em Un-is

djer shut o henebu  'so that end will the lack of control of the lightning'  [Faulkner has 'when the hand of the lightning is voided']
em Un-is  'in Un-is,'  [Faulkner has 'of the King.']

so that end will the lack of control of the lightning in Un-is,
 

325a. shas Un-is shu nemet ef aker

shas Un-is  'so that Un-is will travel'  [Faulkner has 'The King travels']
shu  'the Universal Void,'  [Faulkner has 'the air']
nemet ef  'so that he will pass through'  [Faulkner has 'and traverses']
aker  'the Great Sphinx,'  [Faulkner has 'the earth,']

so that Un-is will travel the Universal Void, so that he will pass through the Great Sphinx,
 

325b. sen ef net qemau netjer

sen ef net  'so that he will kiss the Red Crown,'  [Faulkner has 'he kisses the Nt-crown,']
qemau netjer  'so that a god will be created,'  [Faulkner has '(even he) whom the god cast forth.']

so that he will kiss the Red Crown, so that a god will be created,
 

326a. un en ef imiu ununit remenu esen

un imiu ununit  'so that those who are in that Blue Void which is passed through will open'  [Faulkner has 'Those who are in the firmament(?) will open']
remenu esen  'their (blocking) shoulders'  [Faulkner has 'their arms']
en ef  'for him,'  [Faulkner has 'to him,']

so that those who are in that Blue Void which is passed through will open their (blocking) shoulders for him,
 

326b. oho Un-is her ges iabeti en menuhut

oho Un-is  'so that Un-is will remain attentively fixed'  [Faulkner has 'the King stands']
her  'in charge of'  [Faulkner has 'on']
ges iabeti  'the eastern half'  [Faulkner has 'the eastern side']
en  'of '
menuhut  'that Blue Void whose abode endures,'  [Faulkner has 'the celestial vault,']

so that Un-is will remain attentively fixed in charge of the eastern half of that Blue Void whose abode endures,
 

326c. ini en ef iot en heret

ini en ef iot  'so that a path of ascent for him will be brought about'  [Faulkner has 'there is brought to him a way of ascent']
en heret  'for the Farthest and Highest Void,'  [Faulkner has 'to the sky,']

so that a path of ascent for him will be brought about for the Farthest and Highest Void,
 

326d. Un-is pi iriu upet neshen

Un-is pi  'for such an Un-is'  [Faulkner has 'and it is']
iriu  'is one who achieves'  [Faulkner has 'he who performs']
upet  'an opening'  [Faulkner has 'the errand']
neshen  'of the storm.'

for such an Un-is is one who achieves an opening of the storm.
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