P.E.A.C.E and Blessings...
...the following is the Kamitic Story of Ausar as told and explained by (SUS) Ra Un Nefer Amen in his Metu Neter Volume II...
When Ausar became King of Kamit, the men he came to rule were in a savage state. They were nomadic tribes in constant warfare against each other. They were wholly given over to evil and sinful behavior.
This is symbolic of the state of the lower part of the being when not guided by the indwelling divinity because it is restricted to the subconscious life of the person. Individuals and nations are doomed to evil experiences.
Ausar brought civilization and spirituality to the people, enabling them thus, to achieve prosperity. He gave them a body of laws to regulate their conduct, settled their disputes justly, and instructed them in the science of spiritual development. He shared the rulership of the land with the Queen Mother Auset, who domesticated wild barley and wheat. Along with Ausar, who taught men the art of agriculture - the tilling of the soil, cultivaton of grains, and of fruit trees - they also laid the material foundatios for the development and growth of civilization. Brothers no longer lifted their hands against each other. There was prosperity and peace throughout the land of Kamit. Having civilized Kamit, he turned the government of his native land to Auset, and traveled around the world to spread the same instructions.
When the indwelling intelligence comes to the foreground it brings order to the life of the individual, resulting in a prosperous, healthy, and successful life. Thus we can see that in the Kamitic value system, success in life comes from allowing the indwelling divinity to rule ones life. Education, talents, etc. can only play supportive and subordinate roles. As the central faculty of the Sahu, Auset (the persona) shares in the government of the life of the individual and nations because of her devotion to following Ausar - the divine Self.
The similarity of religious concepts and symbols around the world is explained as the spreading of the Ausarian religion - historically documented as the oldest in the world.
Ausar induced people to accept his teachings, not by force of arms, but the use of persuasive lectures, spiritual hymns and music. Wherever he went he brought peace and learning to the people.
Thousands of years before Islam and Christianity, who spread their religions by the sword, the Kamau believed in the peaceful dissemination of their spiritual system. This was done not only for the sake of peace and respect for the dignity of men. It was due to the realization that to defile men is to defile the Supreme Being who is the indwelling Self in each person. Besides, religion being what it is, cannot be disseminated otherwise. Not to understand that is not to understand religion.
While he was away, Auset ruled the land so expertly, that her brother Set who was consumed with jealousy over Ausar's success, was unable to realize his main desire. He sought in vain to stir up rebellion in the kingdom, so he plotted to overcome Ausar by deception - his chief characteristic - with the help of 72 followers.
As Auset represents the personality that is devoted to following Ausar (God in manifestation), it cannot be overcome by the forces of evil.
When Ausar returned from his mission, he was greeted with a royal feast. Set came with his 72 conspirators, supposedly to honor Ausar and to make merry.
That the conspirators of Set numbered 72 was an allusion to the fact that Set's main weapon was deception, which is a negative expression of the intellect - the 8th sphere Sebek - Sebek, who was Set's main lieutenant and strategist corresponds to the planet Mercury which, in the Canaanite Kabala rules over 72 spirits called the Shemhamphoras.
...to be continued...