Tablet of Ancient Egypt Oahspe

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Greetings in the name of the Great Spirit. This Tablet of Ancient Egypt and the Tree
of Life, called the Tablet of Hy'yi, are closely related and were in use among the ancient
orders of Israel during the cycle of Cpenta-Armij, being more than 3,700 years ago.
According to Oahspe footnotes, such tablets were used in the homes of the Faithists up
to the time they left Egypt with Moses around 1550 B.C.E.
These Tablets were engraved on inlaid tables called family altars around which the family
sat for spirit communion and prayer.
Those who sat around the table for spirit communion kept their eyes riveted
on the graven characters.
The oldest, who was the Rabbah, sat at the (top) end, where the crown lies, and led the invocation.
All the circle then joined in the reading of it
So it was that in the home the father would repeat the invocation
and the wife and children would repeat after him, speaking in concert.
The invocation is more than an interpretation of the characters, although they are all designated
in the words.
The Gau, the plumbline, which is one of the emblems,
was apparently set up on the table and was moved by the spirits in answer to the questions
of the Rabbah.
In some countries the Gypsies still invoke spirits in this way.
After the Israelites left Egypt, the graven tables were abolished. But invocation at the
family table was continued - even to this day, among some of the Jews.
Here then follows the Tablet of Ancient Egypt.
Now I am strong in You, O Jehovih.
Your bow in the firmament encompasses me on all sides.
The follies of the earth have turned my eyes up toward Your holy place.
I have seen Your enemies bowed down.
The king and the mighty man of valor with the two edged sword
are hidden away in a dark corner.
There is no light for them.
You have grown up sweet scented flowers in the path of him who will not look upward;
but a serpent comes upon him and he cries out against the vanities of the earth.
In the far off corners of the world You have sown the seeds of evil and death,
and the man of darkness hurries there; but Your glories he will not observe.
He builds his foundation in perishable things.
But the hope of the righteous man lights up the inner chamber.
He sees Your judgment seat.
He seeks You in all good things and in the durable;
he glorifies You in Your works.
I will turn away from my house and my lands and look upward all my days.
Yes, the fruits of the earth shall be my servants;
my crown shall be woven by Your hands.
My heart points up toward Your kingdom;
but the heart of the man of darkness is downward to things that perish.
You have set Eon (Aries or Te) in the midst,
and he shall judge the living and the dead.
You have made me above the diamond and above all precious stones;
but the man of darkness goes after these.
Your children he does not care for; he does not see.
Truly, I will run quickly to them and lift them up.
They shall be gems for my raiment;
they shall become a glory in Your sight.
Yes, I will turn their eyes up toward Your holy place.
I will set up Gau before them,
and the magnitude and glory of Your worlds shall entrance them.
Your unseen hand shall become seen,
and my brothers and sisters shall read the diadems in Your firmament.
Your hand has quickened my eyes to see and my ears to hear You,
O Life of my life!
My understanding comes out of Your tablet (book).
Its pages are engraved with the sun, moon and stars.
Yes, all things proclaim the words You have written.
None can counterfeit Your handiwork.
From Your tablet I will read from the rising of the sun till its setting.
My hands shall be skilled with tools to do Your labor. I will weave fabrics, and my house
shall be built within the square of Your compass, for it shall be righteous work.
My eye shall look toward Your dwelling place.
I know Your sight is upon me.
I will be joyful before You, my Father!
To none other will I bow myself in supplication and worship.
In Your presence, I will labor for peace on all occasions.
My hand I will uplift on Your behalf,
and yet no man shall feel the weight of my arm upon him.
By Your crescent I am sworn to You.
By the seven stars and by the sun,
which is in the midst of the firmament and is its glory,
and by the moon, I have spoken.
Before Rea (Es, the air and ether),
in Your name I have sworn. I have lifted up my voice.
I will have no diadem but that which is woven by You!
I will sing You new songs every day,
and find new words of praise for Your glories.
My trials shall be like whetstones and a hewing ax.
My talents shall increase in wisdom and in whatever way You lead me for my own good.
Before Your sacred altar I will come,
knowing Your angels will come also.
Yes, they shall teach me Your decrees.
Your gifts shall be my gifts, my portion, whatever seems just in Your sight.
Your messengers shall come to me,
and my house shall be their house,
they shall behold my labor;
they shall admonish me wisely.
They shall teach me the wisdom in all You desire of me.
The secret of my love to You, I will tell them,
and I know they will lift me up for Your glory.
In Your praise I will sing forever, O Jehovih!