The Heavenly Muses
Two of the Heavenly muses depicted in the Philae Temple in Aswan,Egypt celebrating the arrival of a successful soul to a new[higher] realm. Such was found in Passage [§§1972, 1975b] of the Unas Transformational (so called Pyramid) Texts [c. 2350 BCE], describing the muses welcoming the successful resurrection and arrival of Unas to a higher realm.
"The double doors of heaven are open…The Souls of Buto dance for thee, they clap their hands for thee, they let loose their hair for thee, they beat their thighs for thee. They say to thee, Osiris N: ‘Thou art gone, thou art come, thou sleepest, thou art awake, thou landest, thou livest."