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Am the Uncreated God
Before Me The Dwellers in Chaos are Dogs
Their Masters Merely Wolves
I Gather The Power
From Every Place
From Every Person
Faster Than Light Itself
Hail To He Who Is In The Duat
Who Is Strong
Even Before The Servants of Serpents
He Gathers The Power
From Every Pit of Torment
From They Who Hath Burnt in Flames
From Words of Power Uttered By the
Darkness Itself

Hail To He in The Pit
Who Is Strong
Even Before the Terrors of The Abyss
Who Gathers The Power
From The Wailing And Lamentations
Of The Shades Chained Therein
From He Who Createth Gods From
The Silence Alone

[Last year, after the release of Black Seeds of Vengeance, I received
e-mails containing the text of a work whose origins had until then been
completely unknown to me. Entitled, "The Chapter for Bringing Heka to those
who Burn," the author claimed it was part of a larger collection of works
known as "The Book of Resurrection Apophis." In Egyptian methology, Apophis
is also known as Apep, the terrible monster serpent who, in dynastic times,
was a personification of the darkness of the darkest hour of night. Apeop
is the dreaded embodiment of utter evil in the form of a giant snake that
arises anew each night to struggle against the Sun god, Ra. Against Apep,
Ra must not only fight, but must succesfully conquer morning sun, lest
darkness and chaos engulf the entire earth during the day as well. Apep was
both crafty and evil doing, and, like Ra, possessed many names, to destroy
him it was necessary to curse him by each and every name by which he as
known. In Egyptian papyri, Apep is also represented in the form of an
enormous serpent, into each undulation of which a knife is stuck. In the
Book of Gates, we see him fastened by the neck with a chain (along which is
fastened the Goddess, Serqet), the end of which is in the hands of a god,
and also chained to the ground with five chains. Coincidentally (or perhaps
not), Apophis is also the name the Hyskos king Aussere adopted during his
reign over the conquered and subjugated Egypt of 1570 B.C. The Hyskos had
invaded Egypt and established their new political and religious capical
city, Avaris, in the delta region of Egypt. Avaris is also the site of the
original Temple of Set. Set (or Sutekh, to the Hyskos) wa the chief god of
the Hyskos at that time, but in Egyptian mythology since pre-dynastic
times, Set was the murderous brother of Osiris, and the original ultimate
embodiment of the forces of darkness, chaos and evil, at whose command was
te monster serpent, Apep. During the early period of the Hyskos occupation,
the Hyskos faced little significant opposition. But during the reign of
Apophis I, the Theban princes of Egypt rose up to drive the Hyskos back out
of Egypt, a feat that is recounted on two large stelae set up by Kamose in
the Temple of Amun at Karnak. The text which I received was in three
languages - Egyptian, Greek and modern English, along with rubric
instructions for the proper recitation of the chants, which are to be
memorized and repeated as a sort of mantra, and as such should be spoken in
Egyptian rather than English. The translations were given only to throw
light upon the meanings of the spell. Upon closer examination of the text,
it seems to bear superficial resemblance to Chapter 24 of the Papyrus of
Ani, "The Chapter for Bringing Magick to Ani," (which is also known in some
Books of the Dead as "The Chapter for Gaining Power," and in modern
ritualmagick as "The Gathering of Heka.") But the similarities go
immediately astray, for "The Chapter for Bringing Heka to those who Burn"
seems as though it is, in this incarnation, a blasphemous underworld
perversion of the chapters contained in the Theban Recension of the Book of
the Dead. Perhaps it was intended for use by ancient cultists who would be
intent upon using the darker forces of Chaos and the spiritual energy of
those souls burning in the fiery pits of torment in the underworld for
their own cultist ambitions of the upsetting the orderer structure of the
ancient Egyptian world. More likely, their goal was probably to alter the
political balance of rival religious factions in the turmoil of those
tumultuous intermediate times. By the end of the 14th Dynasty, Egypt's once
considerable might as a nation had eroded due to internal political
struggles, so that it was unable to defent itself against invaders. The
Hyskos overwhelmed the Dynasty, remaining in power until being expelled
during the 17th Dynasty ina great war, which lasted, according to Manetbo,
about a quarter of a century.]


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