Ptah is an ancient Egyptian deity, the god of craftsmen and architects. In the triad of Memphis, he is the husband of Sekhmet and the father of Nefertem.
-Taken From Book "Shabaka's Stone"
Shabaka’s Stone explores and explains many scientific theories on multi-dimensional levels. Shabaka’s Stone tells us that we are born with everything we need to solve all of our life’s challenges. Every human is born with a Messiah (Asar/Heru) and a Judas (Seten). Judas’ job is to stop us from achieving our divine purpose. The Messiah’s responsibility is to make sure that Judas is not successful. Life is the result of the balance of this relationship. The Messiah may fall down nine (9) times, but rises ten (10) times. The metaphor of the Asarian Drama. We are the Creator having a human experience. The Nun wanted to come into being. He/She tried countless times. Finally, one of her/his attempts succeeded and Ptah came forward and created Atum. Atum was consciousness and named all and every thing. This trinity began the beginning of time and continues to become to this day. Every day, when you wake up is like Ptah rising out of the Nun (state of unconscious). This energy conversion, waking you up initiates your simple and self-conscious state of thinking, realizing who you are coming up out of your sleep.