Egyptian Ritualism: Opening of the Mouth
I have told you all before that throughout my centuries of living that I have spent quite a bit of time in Egypt. Egypt... well, Egypt is quite a fascinating place. There are many forces that have been derived from this holy mecca of magic and energy. Egypt is the breadbasket of all magic, simply because in its day, it was the melting pot of the world, sort of like America is today. The difference is that people were much more enlightened in the ancient days. Obviously, I am not implying that I was around to witness these things. I am merely from the 1800s, not quite as immortal as some that exist in the shadows. Even so, I can assure you that not much has changed in Egypt. Yes, it has undergone a wave of modernization and they are an industrialized nation. They still keep close ties to their roots. In many places the rituals of all of their yesterdays are still practiced today and will still be practiced for all their tomorrows. It is like they say-- let a sleeping dog lie. Perhaps the words I am searching for are if it is not broken do not fix it. They both apply, I suppose. What I am trying to say is that the magic that was practiced by modern Egypt's ancient relatives was so powerful and worked so well that there is no need to keep searching for a new means to do the same thing.
I do not quite remember which episode of traveling to Egypt that this piece came from. Sometimes those travels were lonely, that is until they developed newer means of transportation and it was easier for me to get where I am going. I think that this piece came from either my first or second journey to Egypt, which would have been in the late 1800s. Clearly I was not arriving there by airplane at this point. Sometimes I had others to travel with me, but I am a loner by nature. I have found that immortality tends to work better that way. There are only so many seasons in a mortal person's life. After I watched the whole of family pass away from this or that reason, and then I watched a few of their children pass away, I lost contact with most of my family. It is better this way, though. If you do not develop attachments to people, you cannot be sad when they are no longer there. What I am getting at is that this particular time I traveled to Egypt by myself. There was no companion, not until I arrived in Egypt.
When I did arrive in Egypt, they were ready and willing to receive me. I was met by a sorcerer who is also an immortal like myself. His name is Nebuchadnezzar, but after a while, I came around to calling him Nebi for short. He has seen many more years than I have. He is man of taller proportions, with a pointed beards and very hollow facial features. He has been around since the beginning of it all. During my visit we spent many nights around a late night camp and during those times he would tell me tales that I have only ever heard of, like the time that the Red Sea swallowed up the Pharaoh's army or the time that the Plagues hit them hard. I guess he can share my affinity for losing those around you. His son was killed during the first passover, by the Angel of Death. He told me that the night air was filled with baleful moans of anguish, it was sickening to the ear. It was difficult time for Egypt, so the Pharaoh decided it was time to free the Israelites. He was also there for the reception of the secret information that was passed down to the Egyptians from the ones that the Egyptians called the "Sky Walkers". I am aware of how much similarity this name bears with something out of a George Lucas film, but where do you think he got the name from? Come on now, surely you did not think that he came up with all of that information himself?
The sky walkers are the ones that gave the ancient Egyptians, including Nebi, the gifts of ancient magic, technology, spiritism, and the rest of the wisdom that they transposed into their great civilization. Oh, and the pyramids, they gave the Egyptians the codex for the magic of pyramids and helped them build them. They gave them the secret knowledge that has been recorded in the Book of the Dead and it is from this Book that the magic in this item has been extracted. More specifically, the power in this piece is called the "Opening of the Mouth," and it is a procedure that I got to be part of that specific time that I had visited Nebi. He did not force it on me, he asked, but I was all too willing to be involved in something this ethereal and fantastic. The process involves the magic opening of the mouth of the dead. During the ritual, we entered the Great Pyramid. It is the one in Giza, the one built for Pharaoh Khufu. It is the most powerful of the three and it is within its confines where the true body of Akhenaten really exists. There have been frauds and replicas, but I can tell you beyond the shadow of a doubt that the true body of Akhenaten is, at least now, resting in the Great Pyramid of Giza. It is in a hidden chamber and moderns and ancients who know this secret go there to venerate the late Pharaoh and man-God.
During the ritual, the mouth of the mummy of Akhenaten was gently pried apart using a tool called a peseshkaf, which has a spooned blade and the head of a serpent. A censer in the shape of an arm was filled with a sweet, heavy incense and was sent up to please the gods. The following incantation was read from the Book of the Dead:
My mouth is opened by Ptah,
My mouth's bonds are loosed by my city-god.
Thoth has come fully equipped with spells,
He looses the bonds of Seth from my mouth.
Atum has given me my hands,
They are placed as guardians.
My mouth is given to me,
My mouth is opened by Ptah,
With that chisel of metal
With which he opened the mouth of the gods.
I am Sekhmet-Wadjet who dwells in the west of heaven,
I am Sahyt among the souls of On.
When this spell was done being read, it was then that the corpse of Akhenaten got up from his resting place and began talking as if he was never even dead in the first place. It was very similar to the way that Jesus was risen from his grave on the third day after his crucifixion. He spoke in ancient tongue, but a presence was set upon that allowed us to understand exactly what he was saying. He spoke many ancient truths and even prescribed some magic rituals to those in attendance. These are forms of magic that have come from the other side and they are a gift from the gods. This is point of raising Akhenaten from his resting place, that he might give the sorcerers a new brand of magic that has never before been seen or perhaps a more powerful version of the same ones. On this day, the Opening of the Mouth ceremony must have been exceptionally successful, because they gained many different types of magic and many forms of indoctrinated wisdom. At one point in the ceremony, Akhenaten, began spitting out amulets that were placed inside of him by the gods. These amulets were magically charged by the gods and the hold a very powerful ability. They have been made using the full power of necromancy and those who have this piece reserve the ability to resurrect any of the fallen gods and pharaohs they choose. To use this piece appropriately, you must recite the incantation that I have included in the description.
Once the incantation has been read, you must add one line to bottom of it. You must say, "I summon forth, (insert name here." You must say this last line three times. At the end of the third time, whomever it is that you are summoning will come through to you in full spiritual form. I guess it will not be as crazy as watching the corpse of the dead Akhenaten getting up as if he was just taking a centuries long nap. It will be just as powerful, though. The gods and pharaohs that will meet using this item that was made with one of the amulets that have fallen from the lips of Akhenaten are definitely very powerful. You will be humbled in their presence at the amount of power and magic that they have ascertained. And to think that with this piece they are willing to share this magic and wisdom with you! It is definitely a dream a come true. With this piece, there is not a single bit of information you cannot find out is you truly want to. There is not a limit on the amount of times you can use this piece. There are no limitations on which presence you can pull through to acquire their magic and knowledge... whatever magic and knowledge you desire to receive from them, it is yours for the taking!