Coffin texts (Faulkner translation; fragments)
Thoth: Behold, I have come-so says Thoth (to Osiris) – and I have brought to you truth and joy, I have brought to you authority and vindication.
He who shall come against you in the sky shall be (doomed) ( to) the striking-power of your crown.
He who shall come against you on earth shall be (doomed) to the striking-power of your majesty.
Those who shall come against you from the South shall be driven off by Satis, Lady of Elephantine, who will shoot at them with her arrows, which are painful and sharp [against(?)] them.
Those who shall come against you from the North shall be (doomed) to Hephes [ and to] Hephep.
Those who shall come against you from the East shall be (doomed) to Sopd, Lord of the East, and they shall be driven off with your knives in them.
Those who shall come against you from the West shall be (doomed) to Ha, Lord of the West, and they shall be driven off by the striking-power of Atum in his ascendings from the horizon.
I have placed your foes in bonds and the Scorpion in fetters: so says Thoth to Osiris.
I have come that I may do again what is good for you, I will raise up Truth for you, I will gladden you with what you desire, for I have smitten, subdued and felled your foes for you, I have driven off for you those who rebelled against you, I have massacred them, I have obstructed them, again I have appeared [against them(?)]. I have given you vindication in the Two Conclaves and joy in the Two Enneads, I have set a fair remembrance of you in the Castle, I have [set] the love of you in the Island of Fire, just as Re commanded to be done for you.
— Coffin texts – spell 313 (Faulkner translation; fragment)
I enter into and come forth from the fire, the sunshine has not pierced me, those who find the Great One have not burnt me, mine is the knife which cuts down him who is in the hand of Thoth. I travel round her who is opposite to me, is opposite to me, for your arm is that of Horus the Great One, and the Sacred Eye has power.
— Coffin texts – spell 246 (Faulkner’s translation)