Ancient Text Report: Ancient Egyptian Codex Finally Deciphered


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An Egyptian handbook records love spells, exorcisms and a cure for black jaundice (a potentially fatal infection). Written in Coptic (an Egyptian language) the 20-page illustrated codex dates back 1,300 years. This image shows part of the text.

They say the book includes “a number of…

An Egyptian handbook records love spells, exorcisms and a cure for black jaundice (a potentially fatal infection). Written in Coptic (an Egyptian language) the 20-page illustrated codex dates back 1,300 years. This image shows part of the text.

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They say the book includes “a number of prescriptions or spells to cure possession by spirits and various ailments, or to bring success in love and business.” For instance, to subjugate someone, the codex says you have to say a magical formula over two nails, and then “drive them into his doorpost, one on the right side (and) one on the left.”

Researchers believe that the codex may date to the 7th or 8th century. During this time, many Egyptians were Christian, and the codex contains a number of invocations referencing Jesus.

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However, some of the invocations seem more associated with a group that is sometimes called “Sethians.” This group flourished in Egypt during the early centuries of Christianity and held Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve, in high regard. One invocation in the newly deciphered codex calls “Seth, Seth, the living Christ.” [The Holy Land: 7 Amazing Archaeological Finds]

The opening of the codex refers to a divine figure named “Baktiotha” whose identity is a mystery, researchers say. The lines read, “I give thanks to you and I call upon you, the Baktiotha: The great one, who is very trustworthy; the one who is lord over the forty and the nine kinds of serpents,” according to the translation.

The identity of the person who used this codex is a mystery, as is its origin. The style of writing suggests that the book originally came from Upper Egypt. It’s now housed in the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University in Sydney.

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