In Table 10 is presented the Ancient Egyptian Divine Order (Ma’at), which is the order of creation. The actual creation work refers only to the right side of the Table 10, because as Bible confirms it – the creation work begins by creating the Heavens and the Earth. Here Heavens are Nut and Earth is Gob. Before them (above them, and the whole left side in Table 10) are the eternal divine figures, and thus they are divine, they haven’t been created – they have always existed. Terminology of Table 10 can, nowadays, almost perfectly pronounced with the actual terms of Science (Table 11).150

 

150 Introduce yourself also to the concepts ‘ogdoad’ and ‘ennead’.

 

Ra-Horakhty (Ra – Horus of two Horizons)

Atum (Image of Ra-Horakhty, Father of Gods)

Shu, Was (Knowledge, Truth)

 

Tefnut, Ankh (Life, Wheel of Life)

Nu

 

Nunet

 

Individuals

 

Groups

Heh

 

Hehet

 

Nut

 

Geb

Kuk

 

Kuket

 

Isis

 

Osiris

Amun

 

Amunet

 

Nephthys

 

Seth

Anubis-Horus (Returning into Atum)

Table 10. The Divine Order of Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt (Faulkner, 2011; Pinch, 2002)

 

Theory of Everything, also macrocosm (Including ‘being’ and ‘non-being’)

Humanity, also microcosm (Image of Theory of Everything)

Non-Being (Truth, Knowledge, Spirit, Mercy)

 

Being (Chaos, Life, Soul, Severity)

Black Hole (SMBH)

 

Universe

 

Individual

 

Group

Infinite, Eternal (timeless)

 

Measurable (beginning and end)

 

Subconscious (body)

 

Consciousness (mind)

Darkness, Still

 

Light, Motion (Speed of light)

 

Reason (Superego, values, beliefs)

 

Creativity

Imperceptible, Formless

 

Perceptible, Form

 

Emotion (id, temperament, emotions)

 

Memory

 Essence and Will (possibility to become microcosm)

Table 11. The Divine Order in the terms of Science (House of Truth, 2015)

 

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