An Invokation of Tahuti (from: “The Kemetic invocations” , 2005)

Oh thou God shimmering with glory; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who with a steady hand separated the waters, and who orchestrates the winds; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who wears the yellow nemyss with the plooms of Maat; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who bears the Was scepter and the Ankh; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who bears the implements of writing, and the Caduceus; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who’s sash is of white spangled with red, blue, and yellow, and who’s skirt is of yellow and mauve; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who art the designer of Heru-Ra-Ha; thee, thee I invoke.

Thou Magus of the Supernals.
Thou Priest of Eternity.
Thou who art crowned with Air and clothed with the Moon.
Thou genius of God-head unspeakable; thee, thee I invoke.

Oh thou who art Tahuti, God of Wisdom
and giver of knowledge to the human race.
The whole of the Universe is thy prism.
Thou who does measure the tides and set their pace.
Of the arts thou art author and champion.
Thou father of science, thou mind of great Ra.
Thou craftsman; symbol, form, and word artisan.
Thou who art the illuminator of night,
and who art the begetter unto the Light.
Master of magick, who divides and unites:
you who hone the ways of beauty and of strength.

I adore thee, I worship thee, I invoke thee.

Quoted from: “The Kemetic invocations” , 2005
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