[The following passage is taken from the Saite Recension]
[THE CHAPTER OF GIVING A MOUTH TO THE OSIRIS, THE SCRIBE ANI,
Homage to thee, O thou lord of brightness, Governor of the Temple, Prince of the night and of
the thick darkness. I have come unto thee. I am shining, I am pure. My hands are about thee,
thou hast thy lot with thy ancestors. Give thou unto me my mouth that I may speak with it. I
guide my heart at its season of flame and of night.
If this Chapter be known by the Osiris the scribe Ani, upon earth, [or if it be done] in
writing upon [his] coffin, he shall come forth by day in every form which he pleaseth,
and he shall enter into [his] abode, and shall not be repulsed. And cakes, and ale, and
joints of meat [from those which are on] the altar of Osiris shall be given unto him; and
he shall enter in peace into Sekhet-Aaru, conformably to the decree of the Dweller in
Busiris. Wheat and barley (dhura) shall be given unto him therein, and he shall flourish
there just as he did upon earth; and he shall do whatsoever it pleaseth him to do, even
as do the Company of the Gods who are in the Tuat, regularly and continually, for
millions of times.
(From the Paprys of Nebseni, Sheet 3)