The Creator (Imana / Amon / Amen) becomes aware of the future woman he has chosen to bring forth the divine child, the future king. He becomes acquainted with the future queen mother, the queen mother being the incarnation of Aïsata (Isis). In the tradition, Aïsata is the virgin mother who gave birth to Horo (Horus), the divine child who must take power. This is represented here by this scene where we see Imana (God) with the double feather holding the hand of Djehuty (Thoth), which is one of his forms, and which embodies science and divine knowledge.

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