The above phrase is ancient Egyptian. It means: It is Truth.
Em un Ma'at was an oath a person swore when they spoke the truth, such as in the Vizier's court.
People swore "to Ma'at," the Goddess of Truth and Justice, that what they said "is Truth."
The ancients of Ta-mera (Land of Waters, as Egypt was known) aspired to live by the Laws of Ma'at.
It is this harmony with the universe and the guardian of that harmony, Ma'at, that "em un Ma'at" embodies.
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