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The heads of the damned being burnt in a pit of fire. 4. The souls of the damned being burnt in a pit of fire. 5. The shadows of the damned being burnt in a pit of fire. From the Book Am−Tuat. "Negative Confession," seated in the judgment−hall. The gods present at the weighing of Ani's heart are 1. RÂ−HARMACHIS, hawk−headed, the Sun−god of the dawn and of noon. 2. TEMU, the Sun−god of the evening, the great god of Heliopolis. He is depicted always in human form and CHAPTER IV. THE JUDGMENT OF THE DEAD.
42. " A brief examination of this "Confession" shows that the Egyptian code of morality was very comprehensive, and it would be very hard to find an act, the commission of which would be reckoned a sin when the "Confession" was put together, which is not included under one or other part of it. The renderings of the words for certain sins are not always definite or exact, because we do not know the precise idea which the CHAPTER IV. THE JUDGMENT OF THE DEAD. 39 EGYPTIAN IDEAS OF THE FUTURE LIFE framer of this remarkable document had.
40 EGYPTIAN IDEAS OF THE FUTURE LIFE with the face of a man, a fact which proves that he had at a very early period passed through all the forms in which gods are represented, and had arrived at that of a man. He has upon his head the crowns of the South and North. 3. SHU, man−headed, the son of Râ and Hathor, the personification of the sunlight. 4. TEFNUT, lion−headed, the twin−sister of Shu, the personification of moisture. 6. SEB, man−headed, the son of Shu, the personification of the earth.
Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life [ABC-5787] by Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge