337. To say the words:
The two Reed Floats of the sky are laid down for Re, that he may cross to the Horizon.
The two Reed Floats of the sky are laid down for Horakhty, that Horakhty may cross on them to Re.
The two Reed Floats of the sky are laid down for Unas, that he may cross on them to Horakhty, to Re.
338: It is pleasant for Unas to be with his ka and he lives together with his ka.
His panther skirt is on him, his ames-scepter is on his arm, his aba-scepter in his hand.
339: He(?) those who go to them, and they bring him those four akh-spirits,
the oldest ones, at the head of the curly ones who stand at the eastern side of the sky,
who lean on their Dam-scepters
340: in order that (these four spirits) say to Re the beautiful name of Unas, and announce this Unas to Neheb-kau,
in order that the entrance of this Unas be greeted.
The Fields of Rushes are filled (with water) to let Unas cross the Sinuous Water-course.
341: This Unas will cross a crossing to the eastern side of the Akhet-Horizon.
This Unas will cross a crossing to the eastern side of the sky.
His sister is Sothis, the Duat has given him birth.
364: To say the words:
"Your heart belongs to you, O Osiris, your two feet belong to you,
O Osiris, your arm belongs to you,
O Osiris, the heart of Unas belongs to him, himself, his two feet belong to him, himself,
his arms beling to him, himself.
365: The earth is beaten into steps for him towards heaven,
that he may mount on it towards heaven,
and he rises on the smoke of the great fumigation.
366: He flies away, this Unas, as an Apd-goose, he alights as a xprr-scarab,
he flies away as an Apd-goose, he alights as a scarab on the empty throne which is in your boat, O Re.
367: Stand up, begone, thou who do not know the thicket of rushes, that Unas may sit on your seat, that he may row in the sky in your boat, O Re.
368: This Unas pushes off from earth (being) in your boat, O Re, when you come out of the Akhet-horizon.
He has his sxm (?)-scepter in his hand as one who sails your boat, O Re.
369: You approach heaven, you are far from earth, being far from wife and the SnDwt-kilt."
370: To say the words:
"This Unas washes himself, Re appears,
the Great Ennead shines, the Ombite (Seth) is high as ruler of the (southern) Iteret-shrine.
371. This Unas ravishes mankind as his (own) limb.
This Unas seizes the wrr.t-cown ('The Very Great' = White Crown) from the Two Enneads.
Isis takes care of him, Nephtys suckles him,
372: Horus takes him to his side, he purifies this Unas in the Jackal-lake (S zAb),
he cleans the ka of this Unas in the Lake of Dawn (S dA.tj),
he rubs down the flesh of the Ka of this Unas as well as his own,
with that which is at Re's side in the Akhet-horizon, with what he (Re) receives
373: when the Two Lands (Egypt) are lighted and he opens the face of the gods.
He takes the ka of this Unas as well as himself to the Great Castle (Hw.t aA.t),
after courts have been made [or : travelled through ?] by him and the 'wire' (HmATT) has been attached for him.
374: Then this Unas leads to the Imperishable (Stars = Circumpolars),
he crosses to the Fields of Rushes,
those who are in the Horizon row for him,
those who are in the Cool (Sky) Region (qbH.w) convey him.
375: Excellent is this Unas being excellent, his arms do not fail him.
Foremost is this Unas being foremost,
his Ka comes to him."
376: To say the words:
The fire is laid, the fire shines,
the incense is placed on the fire, the incense shines.
Your smell comes to Unas, O incense!
The smell of Unas comes to you, O incense!
377: Your smell comes to Unas, O gods!
The smell of Unas comes to you, O gods!
May Unas be with you, O gods!
May you be with Unas, O gods!
May Unas live with you, O gods!
May you live with Unas, O gods!
378: May Unas love you, O Gods!
Love him, O Gods!
The paq-pellet comes, the pAD-pellet comes,
which come out of the knee of Horus.
379: They come the ones who have risen up.
They come, the ones who have risen up.
They come the ones who have elevated (Shu-wise).
They come the ones who have elevated (Shu-wise).
Horus climbs on the knees of Isis.
This Unas ascends on the knees of Nephtys.
380: The father of Unas, Atum, seizes the arm of Unas
and he assigns Unas to those gods who are quick and clever,
the Never-setting Stars (Circumpolars).
381: Mother of Unas, Ipy, give to Unas this your breast,
that this Unas may pass it over his mouth,
that he may suck this your white, clear, sweet milk.
382: That land into which Unas goes,
he will not thirst in it,
he will not hunger in it, eternally."
383: To say the words:
"Awake in peace, You-whose-Face-is-behind;
in peace, You-who-looks-behind;
in peace, Ferryman of the Sky;
in peace, Ferryman of Nut;
in peace, Ferryman of the Gods, in peace.
384: Unas comes to you that you may ferry him in that ferryboat in which you ferry the gods.
385: Unas comes to his side as a god who comes to his side.
Unas comes to his sidelock (side) as a god who comes to his sidelock (side).
386: There is no accuser (about) a living one against Unas,
there is no accuser (about) a dead one against Unas,
there is no accuser about a zt-goose against Unas,
there is no accuser about a gn (= ng ?)-bull against Unas.
387: If you do not ferry Unas, he will jump up and place himself on the wing of Thoth.
It is he (Thoth) who will (then) ferry him over to this other side."
388: To say the words:
"Unas is he who has caused the land to be under water [Nile flood], after he came out of the Lake.
It is Unas who has plucked up the papyrus.
Unas is he who has satisfied (Htp) the Two Lands.
Unas is he who has united the Two Lands.
Unas is he who will unite himself with his mother [kamutef deity], the Great Wild Cow (smA.t wr.t).
389: Mother of Unas, you Wild Cow and wife, who (as a cow) is on the grassy hill,
who (as a woman or vulture) is on the Mount of the zHzH-bird!
They stand fast, the two Djed-pillars, the broken-off steps come down(?).
390: Unas ascends on that ladder which his father Re has made for him.
Horus and Seth seize the arm of Unas and take him to the Duat Region.
391: He (Horus) to whom a wink was made:
"Beware of the one to whom (this) was ordered!".
He (Seth) to whom it was ordered:
"Beware of him to whom a wink was made!".
The face of the god opens for Unas and Unas sits down on the Great Seat (st wr.t) at the side of the God."
392: To say the words:
"O height which has not (yet) been reached,
Gate of Nun, Unas comes to you!
Let this (gate) be opened for him!
"Is Unas the Little One there?"
"Unas is at the head of the servants of Re,
Unas is not at the head of the gods who create trouble!"