(From the Papyrus of Nebseni and the Papyrus of Nu)
Rise up thou, O Osiris, thou hast thy backbaone, O Still-heart, thou hast thy neck vertebrae
and thy back, O Still-heart! Place thou thyself on thy base. I put water beneath thee, and I
bring unto thee a Tet of god that thou mayest rejoice therein.
(From the Papyrus of Nu): [This Chapter] shall be recited over a Tet of gold set in a
stand made of sycamore wood which hath been steeped in a tincture of ankhamu
flowers, and it shall be placed on the neck of the deceased on the day of the funeral. If
this amulet be placed on his neck he shall become a perfect Khu in Khert-Neter, and at
the festivals of the New Year he shall be like unto the Followers of Osiris continually
and for ever.
(From the Turin Papyrus): [This Chapter] shall be said over a Tet of gold fashioned out
of the trunk of a sycamore tree, and it shall be placed on the neck of the deceased. Then
shall he enter in through the doors of the Tuat. His words whall be silenced. He shall
place himself on the ground on New Year's Day among the Followers of Osiris.
If this Chapter be known by the deceased he shall live like a perfect Khu in Khert-Neter.
He shall not be sent back from the doors of Amentet. There shall be given to him the
shens cake, and a cup of wine, and the persen cake, and slices of meat on the altars of
Ra, or as some read, Osiris Un-Nefer. And his word shall be truth before his enemies in
Khert-Neter continually, and for ever and for ever.