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The Admonitions of Ipuwer Papyrus

waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of SelfOn The Road to ZionPosts: 9,404 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited January 2012 in R & R (Religion and Race)
discipline insight brought this up in a thread a historical account the Egyptians recorded called The Ipuwer Papyrus which have a major catastrophic event in egypt that matches the 7 plagues that YAHUWAH put on Kemet.

I will post for all to see and discuss, again thanks to Brother Insight for bringing this fruit foward
Your best rapper saying 'YES, MASSA', when they beat 'em - HELL RAZAH



  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,404 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2012
    Destroyed is their food is taken from them [ through] fear of his terror. The commoner begs messenger, but not time. He is captured laden with goods and [all his property] is taken

    away. men pass by his door the outside of the wall, a shed, and rooms containing falcons. It is the common man who will be vigilant, the day having dawned on him without his

    dreading it. Men run because of [ for] the temple of the head, strained through a woven cloth within the house. What they make are tents, just like the desert folk.

    Destroyed is the doing of that for which men are sent by retainers in the service of their masters; they have no readiness.

    Behold, they are five men, and they say: "Go on the road you know, for we have arrived."

    Lower Egypt weeps; the king's storehouse is the common property of everyone, and the entire palace is without its revenues. To it belong emmer and barley, fowl and fish; to it

    belong white cloth and fine linen, copper and oil; to it belong carpet and mat, flowers and wheat-sheaf and all good revenues If the it in the palace were delayed, men would be devoid [of ].

    Destroy the enemies of the august Residence, splendid of magistrates in it like ; indeed, the Governor of the City goes unescorted.

    Destroy [the enemies of the august Residence,] splendid . [Destroy the enemies of] that erstwhile august Residence, manifold of laws . [Destroy the enemies of] that erstwhile august [Residence ].

    Destroy the enemies of that erstwhile august Residence none can stand [. . .].

    Destroy the enemies of that erstwhile august Residence, manifold of offices; indeed .

    Remember to immerse him who is in pain when he is sick in his body; show respect because of his god that he may guard the utterance his children who are witnesses of the surging of the flood.

    Remember [XI/1] to [ ] shrine, to fumigate with incense and to offer water in a jar in the early morning.

    Remember [to bring] fat r-geese, trp-geese, and ducks [XI/2] and to offer god's offerings to the gods.

    Remember to chew natron [XI/3] and to prepare white bread; a man [should do it] on the day of wetting the head.

    Remember to erect flag staffs and to carve offering stones, the priest cleansing the chapels and the temple being plastered (white) like milk; to make pleasant the odour of the horizon and to provide bread-offerings.

    Remember to observe regulations, to fix dates correctly, and to remove him who enters on the priestly office in impurity of body, for that is doing it wrongfully, it is destruction of the heart the day which precedes eternity, the months years are known.

    Remember to slaughter oxen .

    Remember to go forth purged who calls to you; to put r-geese on the fire to open the jar the shore of the waters of women clothing [ / ] to give praise in order to appease you.

    lack of people; come Re who commands worshipping him [. . .] West until are diminished .

    Behold, why does he seek to fashion [men ]? The frightened man is not distinguished from the violent one.

    He brings coolness upon heat; men say: "He is the herdsman of mankind, and there is no evil in his heart." Though his herds are few, yet he spends a day to collect them, their hearts being on fire.

    Would that he had perceived their nature in the first generation; then he would have imposed obstacles, he would have stretched out his arm against them, he would have destroyed their herds [XII/1] and their heritage. Men desire the giving of birth, but sadness supervenes, with needy people on all sides. So it is, and it will not pass away while the gods who are in the midst of it exist. Seed goes forth into mortal women, but none are found on the road.

    Combat has gone forth, and he who should be a redresser of evils is one who commits them; neither do men act as pilot in their hour of duty. Where is he today? Is he asleep? Behold, his power is not seen.

    If we had been fed, I would not have found you, I would not have been summoned in vain; "Aggression against it means pain of heart" is a saying on the lips of everyone. Today he who is afraid a myriad of people; did not see against the enemies of at his outer chamber; who enter the temple weeping for him that one who confounds what he has said . . . The land has not fallen the statues are burned and their tombs destroyed he sees the day of . He who could not make for himself between sky and ground is afraid of everybody.
    if he does it what you dislike taking.

    Authority, knowledge, and truth are with you, yet confusion is what you set throughout the land, also the noise of tumult. Behold, one deals harm to another, for men conform to what you have commanded. If three men travel on the road, they are found to be only two, for the many kill the few.

    Does a herdsman desire death? Then may you command reply to be made, because it means that one loves, another detests; it means that their existences are few everywhere; it means that you have acted so as to bring those things to pass. You have told lies, and the land is a weed which destroys men, and none can count on life. All these years are strife, and a man is murdered on his housetop even though he was vigilant in his gate lodge. Is he brave and saves himself? It means he will live.

    When men send a servant for humble folk, he goes on the road until he sees the flood; the road is washed out and he stands worried. What is on him is taken away, he is belaboured with blows of a stick and wrongfully slain. Oh that you could taste a little of the misery of it! Then you would say from someone else as a wall, over and above hot years .

    [It is indeed good] when ships fare upstream [ ] robbing them.

    It is indeed good . [It is indeed] good when the net is drawn in and birds are tied up .

    It is [indeed] good dignities for them, and the roads are passable.

    It is indeed good when the hands of men build pyramids, when ponds are dug and plantations of the trees of the gods are made.

    It is indeed good when men are drunk; they drink myt and their hearts are happy.
    Your best rapper saying 'YES, MASSA', when they beat 'em - HELL RAZAH

  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,404 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2012
    It is indeed good when shouting is in men's mouths, when the magnates of districts stand looking on at the shouting in their houses, clad in a cloak, cleansed in front and well-

    provided within [XIV/1].

    It is indeed good when beds are prepared and the headrests of magistrates are safely secured. Every man's need is satisfied with a couch in the shade, and a door is now shut on him who once slept in the bushes.

    It is indeed good when fine linen is spread out on New Year's Day on the bank; when fine linen is spread out and cloaks are on the ground. The overseer of the trees, the poor [ / ]

    in their midst like Asiatics [. . .]. Men the state thereof; they have come to an end of themselves; none can be found to stand up and protect themselves .

    Everyone fights for his sister and saves his own skin. Is it Nubians? Then will we guard ourselves; warriors are made many in order to ward off foreigners. Is it Libyans? Then we will turn away. The Medjay are pleased with Egypt [XIV/2].

    How comes it that every man kills his brother? The troops whom we marshalled for ourselves have turned into foreigners and have taken to ravaging [XV/1]. What has come to pass through it is informing the Asiatics of the state of the land; all the desert folk are possessed with the fear of it. What the plebs have tasted without giving Egypt over [to] the sand. It is strong speak about you after years devastate itself, it is the threshing floor which nourishes their houses to nourish his children said by the troops fish gum, lotus leaves excess of food.

    What Ipuwer said when he addressed the Majesty of the Lord of All: all herds. It means that ignorance of it is what is pleasing to the heart. You have done what was good in their hearts and you have nourished the people with it. They cover their faces through fear of the morrow.
    That is how a man grows old before he dies, while his son is a lad of understanding; he does not open [his] mouth to speak to you, but you seize him in the doom of death weep go after you, that the land may be on every side.

    If men call to weep them, who break into the tombs and burn the statues the corpses of the nobles of directing work.
    Your best rapper saying 'YES, MASSA', when they beat 'em - HELL RAZAH

  • waterproofwaterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionPosts: 9,404 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2012
    For yall who want to get straight to the point.

    Below are excerpt taken from a ancient Egyptian text called the Ipuwer Papyrus. The text was discovered in the Papyrus Leiden 334, having been copied by 19th Dynasty scribes (c.1200 BCE; 6th century BC) The Ipuwer Papyrus is very interesting. It describes a Disaster in Egypt that is similar almost word for word with the Exodus story..

    Your best rapper saying 'YES, MASSA', when they beat 'em - HELL RAZAH

  • judahxulujudahxulu Posts: 3,988 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2012
    bambu wrote: »
    Thank you for the clarity brother.... I have been near Haifa and Nazareth, but have yet to visit your area.
    How is the atmosphere between your people and the European Jews that we spoke on earlier?

    its hot and cold. it kind of depends on their religious denomination of jewry and whether their from up north like around t.a. and all that or whether they from the southern region. the gov't is pretty much like "llet 'em govern themselves" and are kinda indifferent. then you got some of them who try to do little sneak tip stuff. relations are much calmer now and we have good bonds with the jews in dimona. but then again most of them arent european jews
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