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I am sorry but reading your piece i still don't get where this has much of anything to do with Egyptian reincarnation. And after reading the Payprus of Ani i find even less... Egyptian reincarnation is a topic you brought up, i want to discuss this; not initiation rites of something i don't belong to, and have no desire to belong to.
The below website is a wonderful site that has large parts of the Papyrus of Ani written. I include some of it, especially those parts that to me refute your reincarnation claims that it contains.
PS when you get back, i would really like to know where the temples of reincarnation exist in AE.
Book of the Dead wrote:
A hymn of praise to Ra when he rises in the eastern part of heaven
BEHOLD, the Osiris Ani, the scribe of the holy offerings of all the gods, says: ...
Be at peace with me. Let me gaze on your beauties.
Let me journey above the earth. Let me smite the ass.
Let me slit asunder the serpent-fiend Sebau.
Let me destroy Aepep at the moment of his greatest power. Let me behold the Abtu fish at his season, and the Ant fish with the Ant boat as it pilots it in its lake.
Let me behold Horus when he is in charge of the rudder [of the boat of Ra], with Thoth and the goddess Maat on each side of him. Let me lay hold of the tow-rope of the Sektet boat, and the rope at the stern of the Matett boat. Let Ra grant to me a view of the disk (the sun), and a sight of Ah (the moon) unfailingly each day. Let my Ba-soul come forth to walk about here and there and wherever it pleases.
Let my name be called out, let it be found inscribed on the tablet which records the names of those who are to receive offerings. Let meals from the sepulchral offerings be given to me in the presence [of Osiris], as to those who are in the following of Horus. Let there be prepared for me a seat in the boat of the sun on the day
wheron the god sails. Let me be received in the presence of Osiris in the land of truth-speaking - the Ka of Osiris Ani.
Hymn to Osiris Un-Nefer
A Hymn of Praise to Osiris Un-Nefer, the great god who dwells in Abtu, the king of eternity, the lord of everlastingness, who traverses millions of years in his existence.... Grant to me glory in heaven, and power on earth, and truth-speaking in the divine underworld, and [the power to] sail down the river to Tetu in the
form of a living Ba-soul, and [the power to] sail up the river to Abydos in the form of a Benu bird, and [the power to] pass in through and to pass out from,
without obstruction, the doors of the lords of the tuat (other world). Let there be given to me bread-cakes in the house of refreshing, and sepulchral offerings of cakes and ale, and propitiatory offerings in Anu, and a
permanent homestead in Sekhet-Aaru, with wheat and barley in it - to the double of the Osiris, the scribe Ani.
Coming forth by day
HERE BEGIN the chapters of coming forth by day, and the songs of praising and glorifying which are to be recited for "coming forth" and for entering into Khert-neter, and the spells which are to be said in beautiful Amentet. They shall be recited on the day of the funeral, entering in after coming forth.
The Osiris Ani, the Osiris the scribe Ani says:...
Hail, you who make perfect souls to enter into the house of Osiris, make the well-instructed soul of the Osiris the scribe Ani, whose word is true, to enter in and to be with you in the house of Osiris.
Let him hear even as you hear; let him have sight even as you have sight; let him stand up even as you stand up; let him take his seat even as you take your seats.
Hail, you who give cakes and ale to perfect souls in the house of Osiris, give cakes and ale twice each day (in the morning and in the evening) to the soul of the Osiris Ani, whose word is true before the gods, the Lords of Abydos, and whose word is true with you.
RUBRIC: If this text be known [by the deceased] on earth or if he causs it to be done in writing on [his] coffin, then will he be able to come forth on any day he pleases, and to enter into his habitation unrepulsed.
Cakes and ale and joints of meat from those which are on the altar of Ra shall be given to him, and his homestead shall be among the fields of the Field of Reeds (Sekhet-Aaru), and wheat and barley shall be given to him in it, and he shall flourish there even as he flourished on earth.
APPENDIX: (From the Papyrus of Nekhtu-Amen, ed. Naville, I, 5)
Making the sahu (spirit-body) to enter the tuat (other world) on the day of the funeral, when the following words are to be said:
HOMAGE to you, you who live in the Holy Hill (Set-Tchesert) of Amentet! the Osiris, the royal scribe, Nekhtu-Amen, whose word is true, knows you,
he knows your name. Deliver him from the worms which are in Ra-stau, which live on the bodies of men and women, and feed on their blood, for Osiris, the favoured
servant of the god of his city, the royal scribe Nekhtu-Amen, knows you, and he knows your names.
Let the order for his protection be the first command of Osiris, the Lord to the Uttermost Limit, who keeps his body hidden....
RUBRIC: The words of this chapter shall be said after [the deceased] is laid to rest in Amentet; by means of them the region Tenn-t shall be contented with her lord. And the Osiris, the royal scribe, Nekhtu-Amen, whose word is truth, shall come forth, and he shall embark in the boat of Ra, and [his] body on its bier shall be counted up, and he shall be established in the tuat (other world).
Giving a mouth to the Osiris...
...RUBRIC: If this chapter be known by the Osiris the scribe Ani, on earth, [or if it be done] in writing on [his] coffin, he shall come forth by day in every form which he pleases, and he shall enter into [his] abode, and shall not be repulsed. And cakes, and ale, and joints of meat [from those which are on] the altar of Osiris shall be given to him; and he shall enter in peace into Sekhet-Aaru, conformably to the decree of the dweller in Busiris. Wheat and barley (dhura) shall be given to him in it, and he shall flourish there just as he did on earth; and he shall do whatsoever it pleases him to do, even as do the company of the gods who are in the tuat, regularly and continually, for millions.
Texts relating to the weighing of the heart of Ani
...THE SPEECH OF THE GODS:- The great company of the gods say to Thoth who dwells in Khemenu: That which comes forth from your mouth shall be declared true.
The Osiris the scribe Ani, whose word is true, is holy and righteous. He has not committed any sin, and he has done no evil against us. The devourer Am-mit shall not be permitted to prevail over him. Meat offerings and admittance into the presence of the god Osiris shall be
granted to him, together with an abiding habitation in the Field of Offerings (Sekhet-hetepet), as to the followers of Horus.
THE SPEECH OF HORUS TO OSIRIS IN INTRODUCING ANI TO HIM:- Horus, the son of Isis, says:
I have come to you, Un-Nefer, and I have brought to you the Osiris Ani. His heart is righteous, and it has come forth from the balance; it has not sinned against any god or any goddess. Thoth has weighed it according to the decree pronounced to him by the company of the gods, and it is most true and righteous.
Grant that cakes and ale may be given to him, and let him appear in the presence of the god Osiris, and let him be like to the Followers of Horus forever and ever.
Here begin the praises and glorifyings of coming out from and of going into the glorious Khert-Neter, which is in the beautiful Amentet, of coming forth by day in all the forms of existence which it may please the deceased to take, of playing at draughts, of sitting in the Seh hall, and of appearing as a living soul: The Osiris the scribe Ani says after he has arrived in his haven of rest - now it is good for [a man] to recite [this work while he is] on earth, for then all the words of Tem come to pass -
The Seven Arits...
...RUBRIC: If [these] words be recited by the spirit when he shall come to the Seven Arits, and as he enters the doors, he shall neither be turned back nor repulsed before Osiris, and he shall be made to have his being among the blessed spirits, and to have dominion among the ancestral followers of Osiris. If these things be done for any spirit he shall have his being in that place
like a lord of eternity in one body with Osiris, and at no place shall any being contend against him.
Throughout, the Book of the Dead, the dead person is called the Osiris followed by his name. The big thing is to find peace, food, and drink in the afterlife. Living there pretty much as one lived on earth.
By the way i found out a bit about Nebseni, or should i say the Osiris Nebseni (who i discovered was an early 18th Dynasty man that was buried near Memphis. That also left a Book of the Dead for his afterlife survival)