Beneficent in command and word was Isis, the goddess of magical spells. The company of gods rejoiced at the naming of Horus, the son of Osiris, the triumphant, whose heart was steadfast, son of Isis, heir of Osiris.

Khepri, creator of the gods, you are seated upon your throne, illuminating your mother, Nut.

Bull of Amentet, Thoth, the king of eternity, you are with me. My hair is the hair of Nut, goddess of the sky. My face is the face of Aten, disk of the sun. My eyes are the eyes of Harbor, goddess of joy. My ears are the ears of Wepwawet, god of war.

May the Eye of Horus protect me, keep me in safety, and may my adversaries fall down headlong before me.

— Egyptian Book of the Dead