Horus

Often the ancient Egyptians’ national patron god. He was usually depicted as a falcon-headed man wearing the pschent, or a red and white crown, as a symbol of kingship over the entire kingdom of Egypt. – From Wikipedia.

Widow’s Son

Isis had lost her husband through the treachery of Typhon, and gave birth to Horus as a Widow.

“Horus, the savior-god of the Osirian mysteries of Egypt, was a “Widow’s Son.” He was posthumously conceived by the holy spirit of Osiris, his murdered father. The ghost of Osiris overshadowed his sister-wife, Isis, who had dressed herself in widow’s weeds to lament her dead husband. Horus, thus strangely and immaculately conceived,
was destined to become the “hero of the world” and the avenger of his father. In fact, it was believed by some that Horus was possessed by the spirit of his own father. ” – Orders of the Quest, The Holy Grail (Adept Series) by Manly P. Hall pg 14,15

“she (Isis) performed certain magical rites by which the body of Osiris was temporarily animated and by this animation she received from Osiris a son who was called the younger Horus, the child who was conceived of the dead.”- Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians, by Manly Hall

Isis and Osiris were enamoured of each other and consorted together in the darkness of the womb before their birth. Some say that Arueris came from this union and was called the elder Horus by the Egyptians, but Apollo by the Greeks.” – Isis and Osiris by Plutarch


Illumined Initiates

Horus represents the body of illumined Initiates who were born again out of the womb of Isis or the Mystery School.

“Hori Term used by highest level freemasons only who believe they are the “eyes of Osiris,” to avenge the destruction of wisdom by overthrowing Christianity with majick. They want to accomplish consummation of the Great Work of rising an illumined man of wisdom over selfishness, that is, the man of revelation, the man’s number being 666.” – http://www.eurekaencyclopedia.com/index.php/Category:Freemasonry


Horus represents the Sun in the morning.

“Plutarch tells us that Isis was delivered of Horus, the child, about the time of the winter Solstice, and that the festival of the second or adult Horus followed the Vernal Equinox.” – That Old Time Religion 2003, by Jordan Maxwell pg. 9

“At daybreak, this wonderful, new born child is of course “Born Again” (hallelujah). Horus is Risen. Even today, when the Sun comes up, we see it on the “Horus-Risen, or “HORIZON.” His life was also divided into 12 parts or 12 “Horus = hours.”” – That Old Time Religion 2003, by Jordan Maxwell pg. 38

Horus was known as the child or the young Osiris. When the sun set in the west, when it rose the next morning it had rose as the young Horus. Then, as the sun it went across the sky, it became Osiris, and then the elder. Horus at his peak strength at noon and Horus the elder.

“From the Egyptian records we learn that the new born Sun, Horus, was given the title “The Logos,” which means “The Word.” Egyptians further said “The Word” was made flesh and dwelt among us. And since we enjoy only one Sun in heaven, He was said to be “The Only Begotten” (of the Father).” – That Old Time Religion 2003, by Jordan Maxwell pg. 46

“In Egypt, God’s Risen Sun was Horus.” – That Old Time Religion 2003, by Jordan Maxwell pg. 50

“Just as the great pyramid near Mexico City is called … The Pyramid of The Sun,” so also The Great Pyramid of Egypt was dedicated to Horus, “The Sun.” A picture of this you may see on the back of any one-dollar bill. Above the pyramid is The Eye / The Sun — The Eye of Horus / The Sun (of God).””” – That Old Time Religion 2003, by  Jordan Maxwell pg. 51

 

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