In utterance 553 of the Pyramid Texts the deceased is told to:
"Raise thyself up; shake off thy dust; remove the dirt which is on thy face; loose thy bandages. They are indeed not bandages; they are the locks of Nebet-Het."
Nebet-Het's hair wraps the body of the deceased, symbolizing the linen cloth that wraps the mummy. The pharaoh as Osiris, is encouraged to break free of her tresses in order to be re-born.
Also it is interesting to note that the hieroglyphic for gold is similar yet more ornate and is transliterated as Nebu. It is the same semi-circle however it has rays shining downwards from the circular part as well as an enclosure over top suggesting that the gold is from the earth and shines like the rays of sunlight.
The god of eternity Heh kneeling on the hieroglyphic for Gold
Nephthys wearing the hieroglyphic symbols of her name on her head
First pylon and entrance to temple of Heru-Behdety
The Routledge Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses, by George Hart, pg. 120
Offering of food as Ka
The potter Khnum presenting a double of the Ka
Ma'at Ka Re
Red and Set go together
Set's strength keeping back Apophis, the destructive force
Serekh of Khasekhemwy
The Great Lady Tauret
The seven Hathors vignette from Spell 148 in the Book of the Dead
I know the names of the seven cows and their bull who give bread and beer, who are beneficial to souls and who provide daily portions; may you give bread and beer and make provision for me, so that I may serve you, and may I come into being under your hinder-parts.
Bata has the markings of the Apis bull; the celebrated bull which is the Ka of Osiris that the later Greek rulers of Egypt synthesized into the god Serapis. As well as I have written in the blog post the ancient egyptian story of Anpu and Bata, it is the character of Bata that keeps reappearing in different guises after previously thought to be dead and eventually he becomes pharaoh. This is symbolizing his resurrection as the re-born Ba soul Horus here in the material world after successive incarnations.
Theseus in the classic Horus the striker pose whacking the Minotaur
Taurus as the Ka bull charging at Orion the Ba soul