The Ausarian Drama

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The Ausarian Drama is the central theme of the ancient Egyptian spiritual system. Of all the literary productions of Ancient Egypt, the Ausarian Drama is the most important. It is the outline of man’s spiritual career and initiation. The Egyptian spiritual system cannot be understood without it as it ties all aspects of the system together, clarifying thus the meaning and purpose of the various spiritual principles that make up the system Ausar is the archetype upon which one must model one’s divinity. It is the embodiment of man’s divinity. It is ever-present in man’s spirit and psyche but cannot significantly exert its influence in man’s life as it is suppressed by Set, the human self image and archetype of the evil in man and the world. Set represents the early part of man’s life hence it is the human or lower aspect of being with all its emotional and sensual conditionings that must be transcended. Auset is the power of transcendence (the trance function of meditation) that must give birth to the will—Heru. Heru, man’s will or freedom to choose must fight and defeat Set, therefore resurrecting the divine in man—Ausar. Ra Un Nefer Amen will elucidate on this aspect of ancient Egyptian religion as detailed in his books, the Metu Neter, Maat the 11 Laws of God and as dramatized in his novel Heru, the Resurrection.

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