Ra Hoor Khuit + image + east = 730.
(730 / 2 = 365).
I suggest the next sentence is notariqon:
Thou shalt buy thee an image which I will show thee, especial, not unlike the one thou knowest = 269.
730 + 269 + 1 (the one thou knowest) = 1000.
And it shall be suddenly easy for thee to do this = 1700 (with the Reversal Cipher).
Set up my image in the East: thou shalt buy thee an image which I will show thee, especial, not unlike the one thou knowest. And it shall be suddenly easy for thee to do this.
The Old Comment
This was remarkably fulfilled.
The New Comment
Verses 21 - 31 seem to refer to the rites of public worship of Ra-Hoor-Khuit.
The word "Set" is curious – is there here a reference to Set the God?
With regard to the Old Comment, I did indeed find an image of the kind implied. But there seems no special importance in this. I am inclined to see some deeper significance in this passage. There has elsewhere been reference to the words "not", "one", "Thou knowest". The word "easy" is moreover suggestive of some mystery; it is used in the same doubtfully intelligible sense in verse 40.