I am the Neter, the Neteret and the Neteroo of Kemet "Ancient Egypt." Why do you calls us Gods?
Neter is masculine, Netertet is feminine and Neteroo is the plural form of Neter and Neteroo, but Neter in its ancient Egyptian form means, "Neither with form or appearance" and how can the, G-d declare war against us who are the laws by which all things including G-d himself and itself is governed?
The Theosophy of Twt-Mos Djoser, read it if you dare!
Neteroo is the plural form of Neter and Neteret. Correction.
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