Religious mysteries

 Interesting point of view, but I don’t see it as a bad, deceiving adaptation. Theories are just manipulated to help the society of that time grasp the concept. As Napoleon so aptly put it, What is history, but a fable agreed upon?

This is more so a point to be seriously considered because it may bring humanity together in their faiths, instead of warring with one another. The similarities brought up here are astounding, I hope it will aid you to see the similarites within everyone you meet.  ~Kat


The core of the aeons-old stories known as the ‘mysteries’

lay below and are revealed. The real meaning behind Christmas,

the real meaning behind Easter, and the real meaning behind the

religions – particularly for those of you who are taking graduate

courses in historical and religious studies!

Before you go any further, just know that everything you’ve been

told has been a lie. Fortunately some of us are smart enough to

recognise these lies for what they are – but can’t diagnose the lie

nor get to the heart of why it’s a lie. This is the knowledge which

is nothing new… it’s been known for as long as anyone can remember,

but it’s knowledge that has been sequestered from you by a very

select few.

This is not a condemnation on spirituality or faith. This is an expose

on a certain dogmatic system that has been put before you as spirituality and faith.
next logical question would be why, and by whom?

WHAT THEY DIDN’T TELL YOU IN SUNDAY SCHOOL Jordan Maxwell: “The more you begin to investigate what we think we understand, where we came from, what we think we’re doing, the more you begin to understand that we’ve been lied to. We’ve been lied to by every institution. What makes you think for one minute that the religious institution is the only one that’s never been touched? The religious institutions of this world are at the bottom of the dirt. The religious institutions of this world are put there by the same people who set up your governemnt, your corrupt education, your banking cartels, because our masters don’t give a damn about you or your family. All they care about is what they have always cared about and that’s controlling the whole damn world. We have been mislead from the true and divine presence in the universe that men have called God. I don’t know what God is, but I know what he isn’t. And unless, and until you are prepared to look at the whole truth, and wherever it may go, whoever it may lead to…If you want to look the other way, or play favorites, well somewhere along the way you’ll find out you’re messing with divine justice. The more you educate yourself, the more you understand where things come from, the more obvious things become, and you begin to see lies everywhere. You have to know the truth and seek the truth and the truth will set you free.” George Carlin: “…because I gotta’ tell you the truth folks, I gotta’ tell you the truth. When it comes to bullshit, big time, major league bullshit, you have to stand in awe of the all time-champion of false promises and exaggerated claims: religion. Think about it. Religion has actually convinced people, that there’s an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do, every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things, he has a special place full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever until the end of time! …but he loves you. He loves you, and he needs money! He always needs money! He’s all-powerful, all-perfect, all-knowing and all-wise, somehow, just can’t handle money. Religion takes in billions of dollars, they pay no taxes, and they always need a little more. Now, you talk about a good bullshit story…  holy shit.”  This is the Sun: 
As far back as 10,000 BC, history is abundant with carvings
and writings reflecting people’s respect and adoration for this object.

 It is simple to understand why, as every morning the sun would rise,
bringing vision and warmth and security, saving man from the cold,
blind, predetor-filled darkness of the night.

Without it, cultures understood, the crops would not grow and life on the planet would not survive. These realities have made the Sun the most adored object of all-time. Likewise, ancient cultures were also very aware of the stars.  The tracking of the stars allowed them to recognize and antcipate events which occured over long periods of time, such as eclipses and full moons. They in turn catalogued selected groups in what we know today as constellations. This is the cross of the Zodiac. One of the oldest conceptual images in human history.


It reflects the Sun as it figuratively passes through the 12 major constellations
over the course of a year. it also reflects the 12 months of the year. The four seasons
and the Solsticesand the Equinoxes (The four quadraints).
The term Zodiac relates to the fact that the constellations were anthropomorphised,
as figures or animals. In other words, the early civilizations did not just follow the Sun
and Stars, they personified them. I’ll repeat,  they personified them. They personified
them with elaborate myths and movements and relationships.
The Sun with its life-saving qualities was personified as a representative of an unseen
creator in some instances, or God in others.

God’s son. The light of the world. The savior of mankind.

Likewise, the 12 constellations represented places of travel for the Sun
and were identified by names, usually representing elements of nature that
happen during that period of time.
 This is Horus, Egyptian God, ca. 3000 B.C.

Horus is the Sun-god of Aegypt of around 5,000 years ago.
He is the sun anthropomorphised.

   His life is a series of allegorical myths involving the Sun’s movement in the sky.
From the ancient hieroglyphs in Aegypt, we know much about the ‘solar messiah.’
For instance, Horace being the Sun, or the light, had an enemy known as Set.
Set was the personification of the dakrness

Horus (Light)    VS.       Set (Dark)And metaphorically speaking, every morning Horus would win the battle against Set,
whilst in the evening Set would defeat Horus, and send him into ‘the underworld, as in that the sun would set.  (Sun-Set)
it is important to note that dark vs. light, or good vs. evil, is one of the most
ubiquitous mythological dualities ever known. It is still expressed to this day.
Broadly speaking, the story of Horus is as follows:
Horus was born on December 25th of the virgin Isis.
His birth was accompanied by a star in the East, which in turn,
three kings followed to adorn the newborn savior. At the age of
12 he was a child prodigy and teacher. At the age of 30 Horus was baptized by Atup, and thus began his ministry. Horus has 12 disciples he traveled about with performing miracles,
such as healing the sick and walking on water.
Horus was known as many names, such as the Truth, the Light, the Lamb of God,
God’s annointed son, the Good Sheperd, and many others.
After being betrayed by Typhon, Horus was crucified, buried for three days,
and was thus, resurrected.These attributes of Horus, whether original or not, seemed to permeate many cultures
of the world. For many other gods are generally seen to have the same mythological structure.

This is Attis, of Phrygia, ca. Greece, 1200 BC.

A life-death-rebirth deity/eunuch,
who had castrated himself, and lover of Cybele.
Attis was born of the virgin Nana and born on December 25.
Attis was crucified, placed in a tomb for three days, and resurrected.

This is Krishna of India, ca. 1000 BC


Krishna was born to the virgin princess Devaki.
A star in the East signaled his coming, he performed miracles
with his disciples and upon his death was resurrected.
This is Dionysus of Greece, ca. 500 BC


Dionysus was  born of a virgin on December 25th.
He was a travelling teacher who performed miracles, such
as turning water into wine (The Romans would later turn him
into Bacchus, their God of Wine).
Dionysus was referred to as the “King of Kings,” “God’s only begotten son,”
“The Alpha and Omega,” and upon his death he was resurrected.

This is Mithra, of Persia, ca. 1200 BC

Mithra was born of a virgin on December 25th.
He performed miracles, had 12 disciples and upon his death,
he was buried for three days and subsequently resurrected thereafter.
He was also referred to as “The Truth” and “The Light.”The sacred day of worship for Mithra, was Sunday.

The fact of the matter is there are numerous saviors from different cultures
and some of the same culture but at a different periods from all over the world
which subscribe to these general characteristics, such as:

Chrishna of Hindostan
Budha Sakia of India
Salivahana of Bermuda
Zulis, or Zhule, also Osiris and Orus of Egypt
Odin of the Scandonavians
Crite of Chaldea
Zoroaster also of Persia
Baal and Taut, “the only Begotten of God,” of Phoenicia
Indra of Tibet
Bali of Afghanistan
Jao of Nepal
Wittoba of the Bilingonese
Thammuz of Syria
Xamolxis of Thrace
Zoar of the Bonzes
Adad of Assyria
Deva Tat and Sammonocadam of Siam
Alcides of Thebes
Mikado of the Sinttos
Beddru of Japan
Thor, son of Odin of the Gauls
Cadmus of greece
Hil and Feta of the Mndaites
Gentaut and Quexalcoatle of Mexico
The Universal Monarch of the Sibyls
Ischy of the island of Formosa
The divine teacher of Plato
The Holy One of Xaca
Fohi and tien of China
Adonis, son of a virgin Io of Greece
Ixion and Quirinus of Rome
Prometheus of Caucaus, and
Hesus or Eros and Bremrillah for the Druids
The question remained, why these attributes?
Why are these attributes suchuniversals?
Why the Virgin Birth on December 25th?
Why dead for three days and the inevitable resurrection?
Why 12 Disciples of followers?
To find out, let’s examine the most recent of the solar messiahs.
This is Jesus of Nazareth, or Jesus Christ

Jesus was born of the Virgin Mary on December 25th in Bethlehem.
His birth was announced by a star in the East, which ‘three kings’ or magi
followed to locate and adorn the new savior.
Jesus was a child prodigy and teacher at 12. At the age of 30 he was
baptized by John, and thus he began his ministry.
Jesus had 12 Disciples which he travelled about with, performing miracles
such as healing the sick, walking on water, raising the dead, etc.
He was also known as the “King of Kings,” “Son of God,” “Light of the World,”
“Alpha and Omega,” “Lamb of God,” and many many other names.
After being betrayed by his Disciple Judas for 50 pieces of silver he was crucified,
placed in a tomb for three days, was resurrected, and ascended into heaven.
This story, although you’re not supposed to know it if you don’t already,
is completely astrotheological.
You see the birth sequence of Jesus in the night sky all year.The Star in the East is Sirius, the brightest Star in the night sky, which on
December 24th,  aligns itself perfectly with the three brightest stars in
Orion’s belt. These three stars in Orion’s belt are called today what they were
called in ancient times: “The Three Kings.”  The Three Kings and the brightest
star, Sirius, all point to the place of the sunrise on December the 25th.
This is why the three kings follow the Star in the East – it’s in order
to locate the sunrise.

The Isis/Virgin Mary is the constellation Virgo,
also known as Virgo the Virgin. Virgo in Latin means Virgin.

The ancient glyph for Virgo is the altered M.

This is why Mary along with other Virgin mothers such as Adonis’ mother Myrra, or Buddha’s mother Maya begin with an M.Virgo is also referred to as: HOUSE OF BREAD.
There are representations of Virgo that are of a virgin holding a sheaf of wheat. This House of Bread and its symbol of wheat represents August and September, the time of harvest.
In Hebrew, the term Bethlehem literally translates to HOUSE OF BREAD. Bethlehem is thus a reference to the constellation Virgo,
a place in the sky. Not on Earth.There is another very interesting phenomenon that occurs on Dec. 25.
From the Summer Solstice to the Winter Solstice, the days become shorter
and colder. And from the perspective of the northern hemisphere, the Sun
appears to be moving South and appears increasingly scarcer as it’s arc
over the sky grows shorter.
The shortening of the days and the expiration of the crops whilst approaching the
Winter Solstice symbolised death to the ancients. It was the death of the Sun.
By Dec 22nd, the Sun’s demise was fully realised, for the Sun continuing South for
six months makes it to its lowest point in the sky. Once again, this is from the perspective of those in the nothern hemisphere.
On Dec 22nd, a very curious thing occurs. The Sun stops moving South, for three days.During this three day pause, the Sun resides in the vicinity of the southern cross,
or Crux constellation.

After this time, on December 25th, the Sun moves north, 1 full degree – forshadowing
longer days, warmth and Spring. Hallelujuah, Joy to the World – after being stuck on the
cross, the sun is reborn, and begins its ascension.

Thus it was said, the Son died on a Cross, was dead for three days, only to be resurrected and born again. This is why Jesus and other solar deities share ‘the crucifixion – three day death – and resurrection concept.’  It is the Sun’s transition period, before it shifts it’s direction back into the northern hemisphere bringing Spring, and thus, salvation to all life, mankind specifically.
The sun is the Christ in this paradigm.
The celebration of the resurrection of the Sun is not until the Spring Equinox, or Easter. Why is this?It is because it is at the Spring Equinox that the Sun officially overpowers
the ‘evils’ of darkness – Daytimes become longer in duration than dark times, and the revitilising conditions of Spring emerge.The most obvious of the astrological symbolism regarding the solar deities,
including  Jesus, pertains to the 12 disciples.

They are simply the 12 constellations of the Zodiac,
whom Jesus, being the Sun, travels about with. Just
as the Sun does as it travels in the sky.

The number 12 is replete throughout the Bible, and that is why.
12 Tribes of ‘Israel’
12 Brothers of ‘Joseph’
12 Judges of ‘Israel’
12 Old Testament Prophets
12 Princes of Israel, it is not limited to only the New Testament.
This text has more to do with astrology than anything else:

Coming back to the Cross of the Zodiac, the figurative life of the Sun, this was
not just an artistic expression, or tool to track the Sun’s movement.

It was also an ancient spiritual symbol.
The shorthand of which, looked like this:

This is not a symbol of Christianity.
This is not a symbol of ‘Celtic’ Christianity – there is no such thing.
It is however, a Celtic cross, an ancient symbol of the Zodiac.
You see this symbol adorning many Churches, and despite this, they
still have nothing to do with Christianity. (Most Christian Churches for that
matter have little to do with Christianity in and of themselves)
This is why Jesus in early occult art is always shown with his head on a cross.

He is the Son/Sun. The Son/Sun of God. The light of the world.
JOHN 9:5:
“As long as I am in the world I am the Light of the World.”
The risen saviour, who will come again, as he does every morning.
The ‘glory’ of God, who defends against the works of ‘darkness.’
ROMANS 13:12:
“Let us cast off the works of darkness and let us put on the armour of light.”
JOHN 3:3:
“Verily, I say unto thee, except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom.”2 CORINTHIANS 4:6:
“To give the light of knowledge of the glory of God.”And who can be seen coming in the clouds?
Up in heaven, with his crown of thorns?MARK 13:26: “They shall see the Son coming in the clouds.”
JOHN 19:5: “Then came Jesus forth, wearing a crown of thorns.”

…or sunrays.

Now of the many astronomical/astrological metaphors in the New Testament, and there are many, one of the most important, has to do with the Ages.
Throughout the Scriptures there are numerous references to the Age.
“I am with you always to the very end of the Age.” MATTHEW 28:20

“Either in this age or the age to come.” MATTHEW 12:32“The Harvest is the end of the Age.” MATTHEW 13:39“Sign of your coming and the end of the age.” MATTHEW 24:3“In this Age and the Age to come.” LUKE 18:30“Wise by the standards of this Age.” CORINTHIANS 3“On whome the forfillment of the Ages has come.” CORINTHIANS 10“Not only in the present Age, but the Age to come.” EPHESIANS I

“In order that in the coming ages.” EPEHSIANS 21“And the power of the coming Age.” HEBREWS 6“He has appeared once and for all at the end of the Ages.” HEBREWS 9“King of the Ages”  REVELATION 15 and “…of the former Age.” JOB 8.8 (The New Testament is just an astrotheological archive, picking up where the Old Testament had left off) In order for you to understand this, you must be familiar with the
phenomenon known as the Precession of the Equinoxes.
The ancient Aegyptians, along with cultures long before them, recognised that
approximately every 2,150 years the sunrise on the morning of the Spring Equinox would occur under a different sign of the Zodiac.
This has to do with a slow angular wobble that the Earth maintains as it rotates on it’s axis.

It is called precession because the constellations in this cycle go backwards, rather than the normal yearly cycle. The amount of time for the procession to go through all 12 signs is roughly: 25,765 years or ~ 26,000 solar years.
This 25,765 solar year cycle is also called The Great Year. Ancient societies were very aware of this.
They referred to each 2,150 year period as an Age.From 4,300 BC to 2,150 BC it was the Age of Taurus the Bull.
From 2,150 BC to 1 AD it was the Age of Aries the Ram
From 1 AD to 2,150 AD it is the Age of Pisces, the Age we are still in to this day.
In and around 2,150 AD we will enter the New Age,
the Age of Aquarius, 2,150 AD to  4,300 AD.
The Bible reflects, broadly speaking, a symbolic movement through three ages,
while foreshadowing a fourth.
In the Old Testament book of EXODUS, the second book of the Bible,
when Moses comes down Mt. Sinai with the Ten Commandments, he is very upset
to see his people worshipping a golden bull. In fact he shatters the stone tablets
and instructed his people to:”Go in and out from gate to gate and slay every man, his brother,
and every man, his companion, and every man his neighbor…”
This was in order to ‘purify’ themselves.Most Biblical scholars will attribute this anger to the fact that the ‘Israelites’ were worshipping a false idol, or something to that effect. This idol has been attributed to be many things and many demonic deities belonging to the pantheon of the Canaanites. Regardless of what, or whom, the golden bull was called by the Israelites or the Canaanites, the bull in fact is Taurus the Bull. Moses represents the Herald of the New Age of Aries the Ram.Many of you have seen the sculpture of Moses, with the horns protruding from his head, most famously in Michelangelo’s sculpture. There are also countless occult artworks from the Middle Ages portraying the same thing.

You are told ‘this is due to a mistranslation of ‘horn’ and ‘ray’
That is a lie you’ve been deliberately told through the ages to keep you 
from understanding the truth.
 The horns were placed there very deliberately. Michelangelo did not make mistakes. They symbolise Moses as the herald of the New Age of the time. The Age of Aries the Ram.

Look very carefully at the sculpture of Moses in the baptismal above.
Does he appear to be human? or more so a ram?
This is why Jews today blow the ram’s horn.

Upon the New Age everyone must shed the old age.
Upon the end of the Age of Taurus, everyone had to shed it for the Age of Aries.
Other deities marked these transistions as well, such as Mithra.
Mithra was a pre-Christian god who kills the bull. This painting and the
sculpture below of Mithra sacrificing the bull are astro-theological.
Also notice the dog and the serpent lapping at the Bull’s blood. This
is not artistic license, they are there for a reason.

From the sculpture of Mithra at the British Museum, you have Mithra,
wearing the Phrygian cap (denoting an inherent kinship with the Phrygian
god Attis)
 slaying the bull, Taurus the Bull.

 From the same sculpture you see a dog and a serpent sipping the blood of the dead bull. The symbology of this is difficult for some to grasp, so I won’t go too much into it. But if you’re familiar with some of the darker mythology behind Sirius, and some of the less-talked about UFO theories, this them may make itself seem more evident. They are also, for that matter symbols of the Hydra and Canis Major which are also constellations

Here is a scorpion at the bull’s testicles in the same sculpture, this is another astrotheological motif, the Scorpion symbolising autumn, and the sapping of the Bull’s strength. In this instance, the symbology of Mithra can also be seen as that of Perseus, whose constellation is above Taurus in the sky.This is why it is said that Alexander the Great, whom many
have compared to Perseus and Mithra, would sacrifice a bull
before every morning and always before a battle.
Jesus is the figure who ushers in the New Age following Aries, the Age of Pisces – the two fish.Fish symbolism is very abundant in the New Testament.Jesus feeds 5,000 people with five loaves of bread, and two fish. MATT 14:7: “We only have five loaves of bread and two fish.” The Herald of the New Age of Pisces born from the House of Bread intends to ‘feed’ the multitude with loaves and fish.When Jesus begins his Ministry walking along Galilee, he befriends two fishermen, who follow him.  He tells them to become ‘fishers of men.’We’ve all seen the Jesus fish on the back of people’s cars, and other places, for other reasons.

Even the Pope’s mitre, his big long funny hat, when not viewed vertically, but rather horizontally – looks oddly enough like a fish. (Remember Peter, the first Pope, was one of the fisherman, according to the story). The corporate world does this all of the time – It is no coincidence that Pepsi Co. uses that symbol for the product.  When you begin to understand the significance and ancient meanings held by symbols coming out of
the ancient world you’ll see more and more of the mainstream use of such symbols.
The yin-yang symbol of the Taoists is of course not inherently Christian – but in-line with the rest of the global order, the Taoist symbol for the ancient Chinese philosophy comes about shortly after the Age of Pisces has officially been ushered into the collective conscious.
Very few Christians realise this is ancient astrotheological symbolism for the Son’s/Sun’s Kingdom, during the Age of Pisces. They would call it ‘pagan.’Jesus’ assumed birthdate, ~ 4 BCE, is essentially the start of the Age of Pisces.

In The Gospel of Luke, chapter 22 verse 10, when Jesus is asked by his Disciples where the next Passover will be after he is gone, here comes the foreshadowing of the fourth Age, Jesus replied:“Behold, when ye are entered into the city, there shall a man meet you bearing a
pitcher of water…follow him into the House where he entereth in.”
This line of scripture is by far the most revealing astrotheological references.The man bearing the pitcher of water is Aquarius, the water bearer.
Aquarius is always pictured as a man pouring out a pitcher of water.
This water-bearer represents the Age after Pisces, when the Sun, God’s Son/Sun, leaves the Age of Pisces/Jesus and go into the House of Aquarius. Aquarius follows Pisces in the precession of the equinoxes.
All Jesus is saying, is that after the Age of Pisces will come the Age of Aquarius.

Now we have all heard about the End Times, and the End of the World.
The cartoonish depictions in the Book of Revelations aside, the main source of this idea for the Book of Revelations comes from Matthew 28:20, where Jesus says:
“I will be with you, even until the End of the World.”However, in the King James version, world is a mistranslation – among many
mistranslations in this version. The actual world being used is Aeon, which
means Age.
“I will be with you, even until the End of the Aeon.”
This is true, as Jesus’ solar Piscean personification will end when
the Sun enters the Age of Aquarius.
The entire concept of ‘End Times’ and the ‘End of the World’ is a misinterpreted astrotheological allegory. But, misinterpreted by whom? and why?  and for what? Maybe we can tell this to the approximately 100 million people in America who believe the end of the world is coming. Many of whom are blinded to the fact that their leaders may just in fact be pushing for such ‘prophecies’ to come about. These ‘leaders’ will of course then point to their Bible and claim… it was God’s work – and therefore do a Pontius Pilate, washing their hands completely of any of the blame which lies soley upon them…  but that is another topic all together.The character of Jesus is a literary and astrological hybrid, most explicitly of the Aegyptian sun god Horus. Horus serves as the mold for all the solar deities to come after him. The present solar deity, Jesus, has the most ties to Horus. Which is not surprising when
you consider there has been approximately 2000 years for such parallels to be connected by those who have wished to make such connections.
  For example, inscribed some 3500 years ago on the walls of the Temple at Luxor in Aegypt are images of the Enunciation, the Immaculate Conception, the Birth and the Adoration of Horus.

The images begin with Thoth announcing to the virgin Isis that she would conceive Horus.

Then Neph, the Holy Ghost, impregnanting the Virgin.

Then the Holy Birth and Annunciation
It is essentially the same story of Jesus’ miracle story and conception.
In fact, the literary similarity between the Aegyptian religion and Christianity
is staggering:

EGYPTIAN                                 CHRISTIANITY                                                   
The Mysteries                         = The miracles                                                        
The Sem,
or mythical representations    = The parabales                                                     
The Ritual as the book of
resurrection                            = The Book of Revelation                                       
The sayings of Iu or
Iu-em-hetep                             = The Sayings of Jesus                                         
Huti, the father
in heaven as the eternal, a
title of Atun-Ra                        = The father in heaven as the eternal                    
Ra, the holy spirit                    = God, the Holy Ghost                                            
Ra the father of Iu the Sun,
or son of God, with the hawk
or dove as the bird of the       = God, the Father of Jesus, with the
holy spirit                                    dove as the bird of the ‘Holy Spirit.’                    
Iu os Hosus, the manifesting
son of God                              = Jesus the manifesting Son of God                      
The trinity of Atum (Osiris)
the father, Horus (Iu) the son,
and Ra, the holy spirit             = Trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit.                 
Iu-Su or Iusa, the coming son
of Iusias                                  = Jesus                                                                  
The coming Messu or Child
as Aegyptian                           = The Hebrew Messianic Child                              
Horus (or Heru), the Lord by
name, as a child                      = Child-Jesus as the Lord by name                       
Isis, the virgin mother of Iu,
her Su, or son                         = Mary the virgin mother of Jesus                         
The first Horus as Child of
the Virgin, the second as son = Jesus, the virgin’s child, the Christ       
of Ra, the father                         as son of the Father                                           
The first Horus as the founder,
the second as fulfiller for the  = Jesus as the Founder, and the Christ as
father                                         the fulfiller of the Father                                      
The two mothers of
Child-Horus, Isis and Nephthys,
who were two sisters            = The two mothers of Jesus, who were sisters   
Meri or Nut,
the mother-heaven                  = Mary as Regina Coeli                                          
The outcast great mother
with her seven sons               = Mary Magdalene, with her seven devils             
Isis taken by Horus in
adultery with Sut                     = The woman taken in adultery                              
Apt, the crib or manger, by
name as the birthplace and     = The manger as cradle of the
mother in one.                            Child Christ                                                          
Seb, the earth-father, as
consort to the virgin Isis          = Joseph, father on earth, putative husband of Mary
Seb, Isis and Horus, the          = Joseph, Mary and Jesus
Karnite Holy Trinity                     The Christian holy Trilogy                                    
Seb, the builder of the house
(i.e., carpenter                        = Joseph, the carpenter                                         
Seb, custodian of the
mummified dead                      = Joseph of Arimathea, keeper of Corpus Christi  
Sut and Horus, the twin
opponents. Horus, the sower,
and Sut, the destroyer, in the = Satan and Jesus, the twin opponents, Jesus
harvest-field                               sower of good seed, Satan, sower of tears     
Set and Horus contending
on the Pyramidion                    = Satan and Jesus contending on the pinnacle     
Horus carried off by Sut to
the summit of Mt. Hetep           = Jesus spirited away by Satan to the mountain   
Sut and Horus contending
on the mount                           = Satan and Jesus contend on the mountain top   
S’men, for Khermen, a title
of Taht                                     = Simeon                                                                
S’men, who held Child-Horus
in his arms as the young         = Simeon, who took the Child Jesus
solar god                                    in his arms                                                           
Anna or Annit (a title of
Hathor) wish Taht-S’men        = Anna, the prophetess, with Simeon                   
The Petar or Petram by name
in Aegyptian as Revelater to
Horus                                      = Peter, the revealer to the Christ                          
The house of Annu                 = Bethany                                                               
The group in the house at
Annu                                       = The group in the house at Bethany                     
Horus in Annu                         = Jesus in Bethany                                                
Asat or Osiris                          = Lazarus                                                               
The two sisters                       = The two sisters mary and Martha                       
Osiris, whom Horus loved      = Lazarus, whom Jesus loved                              
Osiris perfumed for his              Jesus anointed, when the odor fills
burial                                       = the house                                                            
Osiris prays that he may be
buried speedily                        = Jesus begs that his death may be effected quick
Osiris prepared for burial           Jesus prepared for his burial beneath
under the hair of Hathor-Meri  = the hair of Mary                                                   
Osiris, who slept in the tomb
at Annu                                   = Lazarus, wo slept in the tomb at Bethany          
Osiris raised from the tomb by
Horus in Annu                         = Lazarus raised from the tomb at Bethany          
The mummy Osiris bidden to      The mummy Lazarus bidden to come
come forth by Horus               = forth by Jesus                                                                     
The Great One who does the
work of washing                    = Jesus washing the feet of his disciples             
The star, as announcer for        The Star in the East that indicated the
the child Horus                        = birthplace of Jesus                                             
The seven Hathors (cows)
who minister to Horus             = The seven women who minister for Jesus        
Anup, Precursor of Horus      = John, the forerunner of Jesus the Christ            
Anup, the baptizer                  = John the Baptist                                                  
Aan, the saluter of Horus       = John, the saluter of Christ                                   
Aan, a name of the divine
scribe                                      = John, the divine scribe                                        
Hermes, the scribe                  = Herman, the scribe                                              
Mati, the registrar                    = Matthew, the clerk                                              
Taht, Shu, and black Sut         = The three kings, or Magi                                      
Nut at the pool of the Persea,
or sycamore tree, as giver of
divine drink.                             = The woman at the well as giver of water          
Horus born in Annu,                   Jesus born in Bethlehem
the place of bread                   = the house of bread                                             
The vesture put on Horus by
the Goddess Tait                     = The swaddling clothes put on the infant Jesus  
Offerings made to the child
by the worshippers in Anu     = Offerings and worship of the Magi                     
Child Horus with the head of
Ra                                            = Child Jesus with the solar glory round his head 
The Bull of Amenta in the
place of birth                           = The ox in the birthplace of the Child                    
The ass, Iu, in the birthplace   = The ass in the birthplace (catacombs)                               
The lions of the horizon             The lions attendinf the Child-Christ                                     
attending upon Horus              = (in pseudo-Matthew)                                          
Child-Horus emerging from        The Child jesus in the catacombs
the papyrus reed                    = issuing from the Papyrus                                    
Horus, the ancient child          = The little old Jesus in the catacombs                  
Horus, the gracious child        = Jesus, child full of grace                                     
Horus, one of five bretheren = Jesus, one of five brothers                                
Horus, brother of Sut the          
betrayer                                  = Jesus, brother of Judas, the betrayer                
Amata, the one brother of
Horus in the human form         = James, the human brother of Jesus                   
The two sisters of Horus        = The sisters of Jesus                                           
Horus the lad in the country       Jesus as the child in
and youth in town                   =  the country and youth in town                           
Horus baptized with water
by Anup                                  = Jesus baptized with water by John                   
The secen on board the bark = The seven fishers on board the bark                  
with Horus                                 with Jesus                                                          
The wonderful net of the
fishers                                     = The miraculous drought of fishes in the net       
Horus as the lamb                   = Jesus as the lamb                                               
Horus as the lion                     = Jesus as a lion                                                    
Horus (Ia) as the black child   = Jesus as the little black bambino                         
Horus as Alil, the striker          = Jesus wielding the scourge of cords as the striker
Horus identified with the Tat                                                                                                  
of Cross                                  = Jesus identified with the Cross                          
The blind Horus, in two
characters                              = The two blind men of the Gospel                        
Horus of twelve years            = Jesus of twelve years                                        
Horus made a man of 30         = Jesus the man of 30 years in his
years in his baptism                   baptism                                                                
Horus (or Ra) as the great
cat                                           = Jesus as the cat                                                 
Horus as the shrewmouse     = The mouse of Jesus dedicated to ‘Our Lady’     
Horus, the healer in the
mountain                                  = Jesus, the healer in the mountain                       
Horus as Iusa, the exorciser = Jesus, the caster out of demons with
of evil spirits as the Word          a Word.                                                                               
Horus, born as the shoot,       = Jesus born as the Naszer of Nazareth,
branch, or plant from the Nun    so rendered in the course of localizing the legend
Osiris, as the vine-plant,
Aatru                                       = Jesus as the vine                                                
Horus, the bringer of the fish     Jesus as the bringer of the fish and the grapes
and the grapes in Aegypt       = (catacombs)                                                        
Horus, the child standing on
two crocodiles which adore  
him                                           = The Christ-Child adored by dragons = crococdiles
Horus, the child of a widow   = The Child-Christ who lodges with a widow in Aegypt
Horus, the child of the             = The Child-Christ with the widow in 
widow in Sutenkhen                  Sotenin (pseudo-Matthew)                                 
The golden Horus                    = The corn-complexioned Jesus                            
Horus full of wine                   = Jesus the wine-bibber                                        
Horus, who gives the water
of life                                       = Jesus as giver of the water of life                     
Horus in the lentils and grain   = Jesus, the bread of life                                       
Horus as Unbu in the bush
of thorns                                 = Jesus in the crown of thorns                             
Horus the just and true           = Jesus, the faithful and true                                 
Horus Mat-Kheru, the Word 
made truth, at the second       = Jesus the spirit of truth at the
coming                                        Second Advent                                                   
The human Horus glorified in
becoming a (Khu) spirit           = The spirit not given until Jesus is glorified          
The word made through
Horus                                      = The word made through Jesus                           

Horus the bridegroom with
the bride in Sothis                   = Jesus the bridegroom with the bride                  
                                                   Jesus as the bearded Sophdic Charis
Horus of both sexes               =  the female Christ                                                
Horus who exalted his father = Jesus who exalted his father
in every sacred place                in every place                                                     
Horus as Remi the weeper     = Jesus the weeper                                               
Dumb Horus, or the silent
Sekari                                      = Jesus silent before his accusers                       
Horus behaving badly to Isis   = Jesus speaking brutally to his mother                 
Horus the hider of himself as
Har-Shetta                               = Jesus the concealer of himself                           
Horus the word made-flesh    = Jesus the word made flesh                                
Horus the word made-truth    = Jesus the doer of the word                                
Horus in the bosom of Ra       = Jesus in the bosom of the Father                       
Horus the Krst                         = Jesus the Christ                                                  
Horus the avenger                  = Jesus who brings the sword                             
Iu-ern hetep who comes
with peace                              = Jesus bringer of peace                                       
Horus called the
illegitimate child                        = Jesus called the Mamzet                                     
Horus the afflicted one           = Jesus the afflicted one                                       
Horus the unique one              = Jesus the unique one                                                          
Horus the lord of
resurrection from the              = Jesus the resurrected and
House of Death                          the life                                                                 
Horus as the type of
life eternal                               = Jesus the type of eternal life                              
Iu (em-hetep) the child
teacher in the temple               = The Child-Jesus as teacher in the Temple          
Child-Horus as sower
of the seed                              = Child-Jesus as sower of the seed                     
Har-Khuti, lord of the harvest = Jesus, lord of the harvest                                   
Horus the founder                   = Jesus the founder                                               
Horus the fulfiller                     = Jesus the fulfiller                                                 
Horus as master of the
words of power                     = Jesus whose word was with power                
Horus Ma-kheru                      = Jesus “the witness unto the truths”                   
Horus as the lilly                      = Jesus typified by the lily                                      
Horus the link                          = Jesus the bond of union                                     
Horus who came to fulfil
the law                                    = Jesus who comes to fulfil the law                      
Horus as bearer of the Ankh
-symbol of eternal life and the   Jesus as the resurrection and the
Un-sceptre of resurrection     = life personified                                                    
Horus (Khunsu) the chaser   
of boastfulness                       = Jesus the humber of the proud                           
Horus of the second advent   = The second coming of Christ                              
Horus the hidden force           = Jesus the concealed                                           
Horus as Kam-Ura, the
overflower, and extender of  = Jesus, giver of the water of
the water                                                   life without limit                                                    
Horus, who came by the
water, the blood and the         = Jesus who came by the blood,
spirit                                           the water and the spirit                                       
Horus the opener as Unen      = Jesus the opener with the keys                         
Horus as the two horizons     = Jesus of the two lands                                       
Horus as the teacher of the
living generation                      = Jesus as the teacher on earth                            
Horus as teacher of the
spirits in Amenta                     = Jesus as preacher to the spirits in prison          
Horus as teacher on the
Atit-bark with the seven         = Jesus as teacher on the boat, also
glorious ones on board              with the seven fishers on board                        
Horus uttering the words of
Ra in the solar bark                 = Jesus uttering the parables on board the boat   
Horus walking on the water   = Jesus walking on the water                                               
The blind mummy made to see
by Horus                                 = The blind man given sight by Jesus                    
Horus and the Hamenmnat, or
younglings of Shu                   = Jesus and the little ones                                     
The children of Horus             = The children of Jesus                                         
Horus the raiser of the dead   = Jesus the raiser of the dead                               
Horus who imparts the power
of the resurrection to his        = Jesus entering the mount at sunset
children                                      to hold converse with his father                         
Horus entering the mount
at sunset to hold converse     = Jesus who confers the same power on
with his father                            his followers                                                       
Horus one with the father       = Jesus one with the father                                   
Horus transfigured
on the mount                           = Jesus transfigured on the mount                        
Amau-Horus in his
resurrection as a mummy       = Jesus rising again corporeally, or incorporated 
The blood of Isis                      = The issue of blood suffered by the woman       
The field manured with
blood in Tattu                           = Aceldama                                                            
The mummy-bandage that
was woven without seam      = The vesture of the Christ without                       
Seven souls of Ra
the Holy Spirit                          = Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit                              
Seven hawks of Ra the
Holy Spirit                                = Seven doves of the Holy Spirit                           
Seven loaves of Horus for
feeding the multitude in the     = Seven loaves of Jesus for feeding the                              
greenfields of Annu                   multitude reclining on the grass                          
Twelve followers of
Har-Khuti                                 = Twelve followers of Jesus as the twelve disciples
Horus with the twelve in the
field of divine harvest             =  Jesus with the twelve in the harvest field         
The twleve who reap
for Horus                                 = The twelve who reap souls for Jesus                               
Horus as the intercessor        = Jesus as the paraclete                                       
Horus as the great judge        = Jesus as the great judge                                    
The judgement of the
righteous, who are the sheep = Judgement of the righteous, who are
of Horus, the good shepher        the sheep of Jesus the Good Shepherd            
The judgement of the guilty,        Judgement of the wicked, who are
who are the goats of Sut        =  the goats of Satan                                             
Horus parting off
the evil dead                            = Jesus parting off the accursed                          
The condemned spirits
entering the swine                  = The evil spirits entering the swine                      
The glorious ones that wait
on Horus                                 = The angels that minister unto Jesus                   
Horus ascending to heaven
from Bakhu, the Mount of the 
olive tree                                 = Jesus ascending to heaven from Mt. Olivet        
The revelation of Horus,
given by Ra, his father, to make
known the mysteries of divine = The revelation of Jesus Christ which God
things to his followers                gave him to show unto his servants                 
The revelation written down by
Aan (Tehuti), the scribe of
divine words                           = The Revelation written down by John the Divine               
The saluter Asni, who bears
witness to the word of Ra         John who bears witness to the Word of God
and to the testimony of Horus = and the testimony of Jesus Christ                      
The secret of the Mysteries
revealed by Taht-Aan             = The secret of the Mysteries made known by John
The books in Annu                  = The book of doom and the book of life in Patmos               

The books and their bringer    = The book and its opener                                     
Seven dungeon-scale             = The book with sevel scals                                  
The great mother Apt, the      
pregnant                                  = The woman sitting on the waters                       
The crocodile
as great mother                       = The dragon as great mother                                               
The great mother as Hathor,
the abode                                = The woman that was the great city personified 
The great mother in her              The woman arrayed with
lunar character                       =  the sun about to bring forth child                       
Isis, who brought forth
Horus in the marshes              = The woman who brought forth in the wilderness
Isis pursued by the
great crocodile                        = The woman persecuted by the dragon              
Isis, hawk-winged                  = The woman with eagles’ wings                          
The bride as Hathor-Isis
with the calf or lamb upon      = The bride as the lamb’s wife
the mount of glory                      upon the mount                                                   
Atum, the closer and the            Ihuh, who carried the keys of death
opener of Amentu                   = and Hades as closer and opener                       
Atum-Ra, the holy spirit           = The spirit                                                             
Hathor-Iushas the bride,
with Horus the lamd (or calf)  = The bride with the lamb
upon the mount                          upon the mount                                                   
Anup and Aan, the two
witnesses for Horus               = The two Johns as witnesses for Jesus             
The seven Khuti or
glorified ones                          = The seven spirits of God                                    
Horus, with the seven
Khabwu stars, or gods of      = Jesus in the midst of the seven
the lamp                                      golden lamp-stands                                             
Schek-Horus the lamb
on the mount                           = Jesus, the lamb on the mount                             
Horus the morning star           = Jesus the morning star                                       
Horus, who gives the
morning star to his followers  = Jesus who gives the morning star to his followers
The Har-Seshu, or servants
of Horus                                  = The servants of Jesus Christ                             
The seven spirits of fire
around the throne of Ra          = The seven spirits of fire before the throne         
The fathers, or the
ancient ones                           = The four and twenty elders                                
The four corner keepers         = The four living creatures at the four corners     
The solar god of                         The form with feet like unto burnished brass, and
golden form                             =  the countenance as of the sun                          
Iu the son of man (or Atun)     = Jesus the son of man                                         
Horus as the first born from
the dead                                  = Jesus the Christ as first born of those the slept
Horus in the house of a
thousand years                       = The Millenial reign of Jesus                                 
Sobek, the solar dragon          = The scarlet-coloured beast with seven heads   
Seven souls, or powers,
of Ra                                       = Seven heads of the solar dragon                       
The eighth to the seven          = The eighth to the seven                                      
The war in heaven                  = The war in heaven                                              

Har-Tuma as the avenger,
the red god who orders the    = The word of God, faithful and true                                     
block of execution                      with raiment dipped in blood                                               
Har-Makhu                               = Michael the Archangel                                        
Sut the accuser                      = Satan the accuser                                              
Sut and Horus                         = Anti-Christ and Christ                                          
The seven children of the
old earth mother                      = The seven kings of the earth                              
Horus at the head of
the seven                                = Jesus at the head of the seven                          
The last judgement                  = The last judgement                                              
The mount of glory                  = The throne set in heaven on the mount              
The mount asjudgement          = The mount as throne of the Great Judge            
The lion-faced throne of steel = The great white throne                                       
The great judge seated on
his throne                                = The Great Judge on the judgement seat             
The god in lion form                 = The god who is the lion of the Tribe of Judah    
The god in the solar disc         = The god with the sun-like countenance              
The god whose dazzling
mouth brings forth breezes    = The god from whose mouth precedded the
of flame                                      two-edged sword                                               
Osiris-Tat, the sufferer in the
Lower Egypt of Amenta          = The Lord who was crucified in Egypt                

Get the idea? The plaguerism is continuous.The story of Noah and Noah’s Ark is taken directly from tradition.The concept of the Great Flood is ubiquitous throughout the ancient world,
with over 200 sited claims in different periods and times. However, one need look no further than a pre-Christian source than the Epic of Gilgamesh, ca. 2600 BC. As I mentioned in another e-mail, some will tell you this story is even older then that.

This story tells of a Great Flood, caused by man’s sins which was intended for all mankind. It was sent by the god(s). One man was told to build a boat with one door and at least one window. The other human passengers on this boat are family members.All kinds of land animals are brough along on this boat. There is even the release and return of a dove. This is all held in common with the Biblical story of Genesis.
There are many other similarities: The boats landing spot was on top of a mountain, there are sacrifices after the flood, mankind is blessed by the Sumerian gods after the flood, etc. etc.
Then there is the plaguerized story of Moses.Upon Moses’ birth, it is said he was placed in a reed basket and set adrift in a river in order to avoid infanticide. He was later rescued by a daughter of royalty and raised by her as a prince.This baby in a basket story is lifted directly from the myth of Sargon of Akkad, ca. 2250 BC.

The story goes that Sargon was placed in a basket, set adrift in theriver to avoid infanticide and was rescued and raised by Aki, a royal midwife.For more, Moses is known as the law-giver. The giver of the Ten Commandments, the Mosaic Law. However, the idea of a law being passed from a God to a prophet up on a mountain is also a very old motif. Moses is just another law-giver along a long line of mythological law givers in history.In India Manou was the great law-giver.In Crete, Minos ascended Mt. Dikta, where Zeus is said to have given him the sacred laws.In Aegypt there was Mises, who carried stone tablets, and upon them the laws of God
were written. Manou, Minos, Mises …Moses.
As far as the Ten Commandments, they are taken outright from Spell 125 in the Aegyptian Book of the Dead.What the Book of the Dead phrased:
“I have not stolen” became “Thou shalt not steal.”
What the Book of the Dead phrased:
“I have not killed” became “Thous shalt not kill.”
What the Book of the Dead phrased:
“I have not told lies” became “I shall not ber false witness.”
…and so forth.
The Aegyptian religion is the primary foundational basis for the
Judaeo-Christian theology. Baptism, Afterlife, Judgement, Virgin Birth,
Death & Resurrection, Crucifixion, the Ark of the Covenant, Circumcision,
Saviors, Holy Communion, the Great Flood, Easter, Christmas, Passover, and
many many more are all attributes of Aegyptian ideas, long predating Christianity and Judaism.

Justin Martyr, 100-165 AD, one of the first Christian historians and defenders wrote: “When we say  that He, Jesus Christ, our teacher, was produced without sexual union, was crucified and died, and rose again, and ascended into heaven we propound nothing different from what you believe those who you esteem regarding the sons of [the god] Jupiter.”In a different writing Justin Martyr said: “He was born of a virgin, accept this in
common with what you believe of [the god] Perseus.” According to the myth, Perseus’ mother was impregnated by Zeus via rays of light.
It was obvious that Justin, and other Christian writers, realized how similar Christianity was to the pagan religions. However, Justin had a solution. As far as he was concerned the ‘devil did it.’ He specifically wrote: “The Devils…craftily feigned that Minerva was  tha daughter of Jupiter not by sexual union.” This is of course similar to how the devils made phony bones to make people think dinosaurs walked the Earth. Although, some will tell you that God put them there to test one’s faith. This Devil and this God are essentially the same entity as it were anyway, but you get the point.The Devil had the foresight to foresee the coming of Christ, and mimmick his
characteristics in the ancient world – this was their explanation.
The Bible is nothing more than an astrotheological literary hybrid.
Just like all religious myths before it.
In fact the act of transference of one character’s attributes to a new character
can be found within the book itself.In the Old Testament there is the story of Joseph. Joseph who was born to Jacob, grandson of Isaac, great-great grandson to Abraham, Joseph of the ‘Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,’ this Joseph was an early prototype for Jesus. Joseph was born of a miralce birth, Jesus was born of a miracle birth. Joseph had twelve brothers, Jesus has twelve disciples. Joseph was sold for 20 pieces of silver, Jesus was sold for 30 pieces of silver (inflation?). Joseph’s brother, Judah, suggests the sale of Joseph, the disciple Judas, suggests the sale of Jesus. Joseph began his work at the age of 30, Jesus began his work at the age of 30. The parallels go on and on.

Furthermore, is there any non-Biblical historical evidence of any person with the name Jesus, the Son of Mary, who travelled about with twelve followers, healing people and the like?There are numerous historians who lived in and around the Mediterranean during, or soon after, the assumed life of Jesus:Aulus Perseus (60 AD)             Plutarch (c. 45-119 AD)
Columelta (1st centry AD)         Pomponius (40 AD)
Dio Chrysostorn (c 40-112 AD)     Rufus (1st centruy AD)
Justus of Tiberius ( c. 80 AD)    Quintillan ( 35-100 AD)
Lhry (59 BC-17 AD)                Quintus Curtius (1st century AD)
Lucanus (c 63 AD)                 Seneca (4 BC-65 AD)
Lucius Fiorus (1-2nd centry AD)   Sillas Italicus (25-101 AD)
Petronius (died 66 AD)            Statius Caelicius (1st century AD)
Phaedrus (15 BC-50 AD)            Theon of Smyrna (c. 70-135 AD)
Philo (20 BC-50 AD)               Valerius Flaccus (1st century AD)
Phiegon (1st century AD)          Valerius Maximus (c. 20 AD)
Pliny the Elder (23?-69 AD)
How many of these historians document this Jesus figure? Not one.However, to be fair, that doesn’t mean that defenders of the historical Jesus haven’t claimed the contrary.Four historians are typically referenced to justify Jesus’ existance:
Pliny the Younger, Sittonious and Tacitus are the first three. Each one of their entries consists of a few sentences at best. These entries also only refer to Christ, Chrestus or the Christus. This is in fact not a name, it is a title – it means the annointed one:
Jesus “Christ” – or Jesus “The Annointed One”The Fourth source is Josephus, a

nd this source has proven to be a forgery for hundreds of years. It is said that Josephus wrote:
“About this time came Jesus, a wise man, if indeed it is appropriate to call him a man. For he was a performer of paradoxical feats, a teacher of people who accept the unusual with pleasure, and he won over many of the Jews and also many Greeks. He was the Christ. When Pilate, upon the accusation of the first men amongst us, condemned him to be crucified, those who had formerly loved him did not cease to follow him, for he appeared to them on the third day, living again, as the divine propeht he foretold…”
Sadly, it is still cited as truth. But, I assure you, this is not the case.You’d think that a guy who rose from the dead, ascended into heaven for all eyes to see, and performed the wealth of miracles acclaimed to him, would have made it into the historical record.It didn’t. Because once the evidence is weighed, there are very high odds that the figure known as Jesus, did not even exist.Thomas Pain, author of Common Sense, wrote:
“The Christian religion is a parody on the worship of the Sun, in which they put a man called Christ in the place of the sun, and pay him the adoration originally payed to the sun.”
Jordan Maxwell: “We don’t want to be unkind, but we want to be factual. We don’t want to cause hurt feelings, but we want to be academically correct in what we understand and know to be true. Christianity just is not, based on truth. We find in fact that Christianity is nothing more than a Roman story, developed politically”Jordan is correct on this matter, and all of the elite Church members through all of history know this to be true as well. To be honest, a lot of middle-elite Church members know it to be true for that matter. The Church, as most of you know, is and has been an organ of control. Now you know how they’ve achieved this. The problem is, the Church doesn’t have the same influence as it once had. They need new methodologies of control.Bearing that in mind, the reality is that the Jesus most of you are familiar with, is the solar deity of the gnostic Christian sect. Like other non-Christian, or ‘pagan,’ gods, he was a mythical figure. It was the political establishment at the time, i.e. the Romans, who sought to historise the Jesus figure, for: social control.And of course, as most of you know, by 325 AD in Rome, Emperor Constantine covened the Council of Nicaea. It was during this meeting that the politically motivated Christian doctrines were officially established, and thus – unfortunately, began a long 1,675 year history of Christian bloodshed and spiritual fraud. For the next 1,600 years the Vatican maintained, and still does for that matter, a political stranglehold all over Europe. (The Vatican incidentally, depsite that most people think of when they hear the term, has absolutely nothing to do with the Catholic Church other then that it owns it). The Vatican led mankind to such joyous times known as: The Dark Ages and the enlightening event known as the Crusades and the fascinating phenomena we call now the Inquisition. Amen.Christianity, along with all other of the so-called Judaic-Islam belief systems, is
the ‘fraud of the age.’ These institutions serve only to detach the human species from the natural world, and likewise each other (for example: Americans are constantly whining over the fact that ‘illegals,’ a ridiculous notion of a term if there ever was one, get free healthcare – When in fact, they should be more upset that THEY should be getting the same. America, by the way, is the land where the church still maintains its strongest deathlock)
These belief systems promote the idea of blind submission to authority. It reduces the perceived aspect of human responsibility down to ‘God’s will,’ this in turn can justify awful crimes in the name of Divine pursuit (i.e. The Crusades, Dark Ages, Televangelism, etc)Most importantly: It empowers THOSE who know the truth, but use the myth, to manipulate and control societies. The infamous ‘THEY’ I keep mentioning. Religious myth has been the most powerful device ever created, and serves as the ‘psychological soil’ upon which other myths can flourish.“Religion can never reform mankind because religion is slavery”
– Robert G. Ingaraoli, 1833-1895

A myth is an idea that is widely believed is false. In a deeper sense, in the religious sense, a myth serves as an orienting and mobilising story for people. The focus is not on the story’s relation to reality, but on its function. A story cannot function unless it is believed to be true in the community or the nation. It is not a matter of debate if some people have the bad taste to raise the question of the truth of the sacred story. The keepers of the faith  do not enter in debate with them. They ignore them, or denounce them as blasphemers.


Please note this text was NOT written by me, and my comments precede the information. ~Kat


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  1. […] Kat’s Musings wrote a fantastic post today on “Religious mysteries”Here’s ONLY a quick extract teacher who performed miracles, such as turning water into wine (The Romans would later turn him into Bacchus, their God of Wine). Dionysus was referred to as the King of Kings, s only begotten son…                     = The corn-complexioned Jesus                              Horus full of wine                    = Jesus the wine-bibber                                          Horus, who gives […]

  2. […] Religious mysteries , ca. Greece, 1200 BC. A life-death-rebirth deity/eunuch, who had castrated himself, and lover… performed miracles with his disciples and upon his death was resurrected. This is Dionysus of Greece… of the Sinttos Beddru of Japan Thor, son of Odin of the Gauls Cadmus of greece Hil and Feta… Adonis, son of a virgin Io of Greece Ixion and Quirinus of Rome Prometheus of Caucaus, and Hesus […]

  3. […] esoterickat put an intriguing blog post on Religious mysteries.Here’s a quick excerpt:The Age of Aries the Ram. Look very carefully at the sculpture of Moses in the baptismal above. Does he appear to be human? or more so a ram?This is why Jews today blow the ram’s horn. Upon the New Age everyone must shed the old age. … […]

  4. To say there is “no such thing” as Celtic Christianity shows either that you have a very poor understanding of the way in which Christianity adapts itself to local cultures and customs, or else you have been readins some very biased historians of the church. I also suspect you’ve never attended a good Irish Catholic St. Brigid’s Day Celebration, either! I suggest you read Esther De Waal’s “Every Earthly Blessing,” Philip Newell’s “Listening for the Heartbeat of God,” and Thomas O’Loughlin’s “Journey’s on the Edges” (along with the “Celtic Spirituality” volume in the Paulist Press Classics of Western Spirituality series) before being so casually dismissive of the distinctive culture and message of the church in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Incidentally, O’Loughlin very astutely points out that we have *no* evidence that the Pagan Celts were devoted to the goodness and beauty of nature, whereas the Christian Celts wrote about their devotion to nature endlessly. It’s ironic that nowadays so-called “Celtic Neopagans” (of which I used to be one) romanticize the Celtic-nature connection but miss the point that this connection was birthed in a Christian context.

    Carl McColman
    The Website of Unknowing

  5. Dear Kat:
    You have really done your homework! Amazing facts!
    I think someone like you would be able to follow what I have written about the Book of Revelation and how it pertains to the Precession of the Equinoxes. See my site at I would love to hear from you at

  6. Hey Kat,

    Love your blog title, by the way.

    Very interesting discussion, though I might disagree on a point or two. It is very good to see the discussion and the efforts to understand though!! Keep up the good works…

    Here is Wisdom…

  7. […] it, What is history, but a fable agreed upon? This is more so a point to be seriously source: Religious mysteries, Kats […]

  8. What a lovely, wonderful article with all colorful images of different religious mysteries I never found a article like this before its great to get form this post.

  9. The uneducated world eats this stuff up. The problem is that so few people actually check the facts. This is a transcript from the conspiracy movie, Zeitgeist. However, like all conspiracy theories, it’s riddled with half-truths, fact manipulation and flat out fabrications. In this particular one, the root of the information comes from Godfrey Higgins which was later added to by Gerald Massey and then added to by Alvin Boyd Kuhn. All of which claim to be self taught Egyptologist but none of which are recognized in the academic world as Egyptologists. The fallacies are numerous. For instance, Isis is never depicted as a virgin in Egypt mythology. Horus did not have 12 followers, He wasn’t visited by kings at birth, etc. etc. The story of Horus in this transcription is taken directly from the depiction of Jesus and applied to Horus to fabricate a connection. However, none of it actually comes from Egyptian mythology. It’s all a farce to get Christians who aren’t versed in Egyptology to lose faith. Like any conspiracy theory, the facts need to be tested before they are believed. If you do your own quality research, you’ll come to know the same thing the rest of the academic world knows; that this is just rubbish.

  10. In reply to the above comment. I can be contacted at Gohste and

    Brian: The uneducated world eats this stuff up. The problem is that so few people actually check the facts.

    Well so here is one of the ‘uneducated’ is here to check my facts.

    Brian: like all conspiracy theories…

    I do not know where specimenb is coming from here, he could easily be an overly sensitive Christian, which is the easy assumption. Therefore it would be rather menial to simply mention the conspiracies involving the stories in the Bible, and how not a single book or hymn contained in the Bible is true. This person could simply be an atheist for all I know? So I will try to stick to the fundamentals of ‘Aegyptology,’ rather than to point the finger at Judaeo-Christianity.

    When all remnants of the lies have been shredded by the reaper of truth, the scoundrels always turn to Plan B, classify the reaper a ‘conspiracist.’

    Brian: …it’s riddled with half-truths, fact manipulation and flat out fabrications.

    Unfortunately for the Orthodox, Fundementalist-Institutionalists and just your common run-of-the-mill Judaeo-Christian apologistas, there are no half-truths, it’s all true (as you shall see below).

    There will be no arrows to lead one in the direction of truth here. This time you’ll get the Aegyptian source material. How is that for academic?

    The apologistas approach of condemning truth via charges of it being mere fabrication is an old game of reverse psychology, and it is a false argument. And I will not stand for it.

    I can assure those that question me that I am an Aegyptologist according to the very abstract definition with which that word imbues.

    I have studied and read the accepted Oxofordian works during my undergraduate studies at Trinity in Dublin and under Ph.D Anthropologists such as Drs. Crawford, Stone and Urr at the State University of New York. I keep in touch and have met with people who work in Aegypt as well as Coptics (modern Aegyptian Christians) and I have even had the chance to meet with Dr. Zahwi Hawass at a symposium in the city of Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania during the time of my post-graduate studies.

    In addition to these credentials, I have also studied the esoteric traditions and texts written in Aegypt by ancient Aegyptians as well as those written about ancient Aegypt by those who were not ancient Aegyptians (i.e., Gerald Massey, Ian Shaw, Budge, Crowley, etc.) they come in all forms from all time periods – academics and esotericists.

    Brian: “However, none of it actually comes from Egyptian mythology.”

    It is ironic that this person would say this towards the conclusion of his his after he opens the same message with: ‘the uneducated world eats this up,” see above.
    One only needs to know their ‘Aegyptology,’ and where to look. So leaving the contents of Zeitgeist out of everything and dealing strictly with what was produced in and out of Aegypt – let’s deal with the contents of specimenb’s misleading post. [Incidentally, for anyone else who wants to claim it does not come from Aegyptian mythology, there is a reading list I have included at the end of works published by Oxdord, Harvard and Princeton University presses as well as where one may find the publications of the direct translations to many of the hieroglyphs and papyri scrolls dealing with the Aegyptian mythology.]

    Brian: “Horus did not have 12 followers”

    Horus did have 12 Disciples or followers, and you can find them on the Metternich Stele as well as in the translated text known as the Narrative of Isis.

    They are the 7 scorpions: Tefen, Befen, Mestet, Mestetef, Petet, Thetaet, and Maatet. and his 5 protectors: the Great Dwarf Bel, the Great Ram of Mendes, the Great Hawk also named Horus of Behdet, the beetle Khepri and Bennu.

    5 + 7 = 12.

    Yes, this member of the uneducated world can do her math – much to the dismay of institutionalists and the apologistas.

    12 disciples/companions, for the 12 Aegyptian months of the year, to minister unto Horus, a deity associated with the sun which goes back as far as the 5th pharaonic dynasty in ancient Aegypt.

    Let us also remember that according to myth Jesus was essentially crucified after he was denied three times by his disciple Peter and even before that, when he was turned in by Judas and his kiss. His disciples play a role in his death – same here with the Metternich stele and the Narrative of Isis. The Scorpions kill the Horus child. Indulging myself by delving into more astrotheology, this is why Judas kisses Jesus to identify him. When one is stung by a scorpion, the mark it makes on skin is that in the shape of a kiss….it is in the sign of Scorpio that the sun noticeably begins to fall in the sky – the beginning of the fall/Fall/Autumn (Aegyptian word), foreshadowing the death of the Sun in the sky, etc.

    Someone who knows what they are reading, and not what they are told can pick apart 95% of the Bible as nothing more than astrotheology all day long, but I digress…

    Horus is mourned over by Isis and Nephthys (Mary + Mary Magdalene) and subsequently ressurected – all of this is contained in the Metternich Stele.

    The Metternich stele was produced in the 30th Dynasty under Pharaoh Nectanebo I (380-362 BCE*) which was the Late Period of ancient Aegypt, BUT still almost a century before the Greek conquest. and close to 400 years before the supposéd time of Jesus Christ.

    *date according to Ian Shaw’s Oxford History of Ancient Aegypt, 2000

    [to note] A generation or two before the Greek conquest yes, but almost 200 years AFTER the 1st Persian period – which would explain the Jesus and Mithra connections as well (as noted in the works of Achyra S., Jan Irvin & Andrew Rutajit, Zeitgeist and an innumerable amount scholarly works). The entire similarity between Christianity and Zoroastrianism is another topic all on its own, but even still, within that topic you’ll still see major connections made with Aegypt, particullarly during this time period – which is whem Cambyses and Darius I ushered in Persian influence onto Aegyptian theology and vice-versa – this is where the images of Horus being held by the mother Isis in the catacombs of Rome also comes from, the Persians. Before Christianity, the instiutionalised religion of Rome was Mithraism. Incidentally, this Persian period was over 500 years before the supposéd birth of Jesus. Horus > Mithra > Jesus

    As already mentioned, this tale, along with many other comparisons you find of Jesus to Horus is also contained in the ‘Narrative of Isis’ which is found in a collection of Aegyptian texts translated by E.A. Wallis Budge in his book Legends of the Gods – The Aegyptian Texts, written in 1912, on pages 181-191.

    Brian:Isis is never depicted as a virgin in Egypt mythology

    Once again we see specimenb’s ignorance of this subject.

    ISIS never needed to be DEPICTEDas a virgin, she was already assumed to be a virgin.

    Why? well let’s connect the dots…

    First of all every mother of a savior is depicted as a virgin because: ISIS was a virgin, we can be clear on this.

    Why was ISIS depicted as a virgin? Because ISIS (Greek name for the Aegyptian goddess) ISHTAR (semitic Akkadian) and INANNA (Sumerians) were associated with the constellation we know as Virgo.

    The real question here is what does ‘virgin’ mean? How did the term Virgin come to mean ‘one who has not had sex.’ The term virgin has other meanings associated with it, such as words such as rape for example (to you and I it means force sex onto another, to the ancients it meant abduct). There are mainstream and antiquated meanings to words today just as there were in ancient times. Was Queen Elizabeth the ‘Virgin Queen’ because she never had sex? If that’s what anyone truly thinks, than perhaps you need a stronger cup of coffee.

    However, why was Isis later associated with the word virgin in its contexts as of one who has never had sex?

    THIS IS WHY – the symbols on the Hermetic Temple of Isis at Philae in Aegypt reads as follows: “I, Isis, am all that has been, that is or shall be; no mortal Man hath ever me unveiled.”

    Only someone with half a brain can see how that can be interpreted. And that is exactly what the hegemonic ‘academic’ institutions are betting on: that readers would have but half a brain. It would be foolish to think that the hermetic followers of the Isis mysteries of the past inscribed that sentence at her shrine referring to sexual intercourse.

    But make no mistake, the mythical goddess image of Isis was always considered a virgin. It is why she was venerated as she was. She was first associated with Virgo, and then became a virgin – as is recognised in the modern day, thanks to misunderstanding (or deception?) based upon one of her temples dedicated to the Isis Mysteries, which was a superfluous cult in the ancient Mediterranean world long before and after Christ.

    The term virgin has hidden meanings, and always has. This temple, and the notion of Isis never being unveiled by any man is what led Madame Blavatsky to entitle her book, Isis Unveiled.

    In The Legends of the Gods – The Aegyptian Texts, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge in ‘The Legend of Ra and Isis,’ on pages 42 & 43 , we also have the translated passage: “Behold, the goddess Isis lived in the form, of a woman, who had the knowledge of words [of power]. Her heart turned away in disgust from the millions of men…

    To provide further evidence of Isis as a virgin comparable to Mary, in The Legends of the Gods – The Aegyptian Texts in Section XIV in the translated tale of the ‘History of Isis and Osiris,’ p. 220, we have this passage: “Isis meanwhile having been informed that Osiris, deceived by her sister Nephthys, who was in love with him, had unwittingly enjoyed her instead of herself.”

    In this tale Isis never had sex with Osiris, it was Nephthys.

    Isis was also associated as beign the mother of all things – as for the Aegyptians, when the sun was in the constellation of Virgo it was the equivalent to our January, the first month of the year. Virgo (Isis) would give birth to the New Year as the great virgin mother of the great representation of the zodiac known as the sphinx. (Which is why the end of the sphinx is a lion, when the sun is in Leo, that is the equivalent of our December, the end of the year).

    Just because something was understood in secret, esoteric circles and mystery schools in the ancient world doesn’t mean it’s affects on that society were non-existent. In fact, it probably means its affects rippled through society all the more.

    Brian: He wasn’t visited by kings at birth…

    This might be the closest thing to anything valid specimenb had to say, but even still, he’s only right on the surface. There is no specific reference to Horus being visited by kings at his birth.

    However, what we do have in ‘the Narrative of Isis’ text, again translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, which can be found in his collection Legends of the Gods – The Aegyptian Texts, 1912, pages 181-191 what we have, is the child Horus

    Being resurrected, or being BORN AGAIN, while he is attended to by the gods Isis, Nephthys, and more importantly Thoth. These are the three ‘kings.’

    The pharoah was the king of all Earth in place of the gods who reigned supreme before them (similar to how the Pope is God’s steward on Earth after Jesus departed)… alone, although an answer to the point that Horus was not visited by three kings, it is an unsteady one.

    However, it is not alone. Again, students of history will learn that the Persian Empire and their Mithraic cult infiltrated Aegypt, just as the Aegyptian religion had influenced the Persian centuries before. Horus was Mithra, Mithra was Horus by the time of the Persian period – BUT NOT TO THE AEGYPTIANS OR THE PERSIANS, but to the outside-looking-in Greeks and Latins, which is where all of the syncrenisations we are now dealing with today in its present forth originated from. Hence, you have your depictions of Horus in the Roman catacombs. Roman catacombs because Rome was the centred around Mithraism and solar-worship – and the parallels between Mithra and Christ are more pronounced than even that of the Aegyptian god Horus – Horus was simply where it all began.

    Brian:”The fallacies are numerous”

    The number of fallacies I saw were zero.

    I’ve only dealt primarily with the ones that have been brought to my immediate attention in specimenb’s message. If there are any other doubts or explanations needed regarding anything else, I’m sure I can help to magnify the situation.

    Brian: “…Gerald Massey and then added to by Alvin Boyd Kuhn. All of which claim to be self taught Egyptologist but none of which are recognized in the academic world as Egyptologists.”

    Does this person have any inkling as to whom Gerald Massey even is?

    I don’t quite understand why Gerald Massey is singled out here, as if his work should be branded with a scarlet letter…

    Putting aside the fact that the research of Gerald Massey and Alvin Boyd Kuhn has been suppressed and ignored by mainstream intellectuals for the better part of a century momentarily, one should be aware that the creators and progenators of the myths Massey lectured on were not created by Ph.Ds in Aegyptology. Joseph Campbell was neither a PhD, his MA was in Medieval literature. Mircea Eliade studied philosphy and letters. Howard Carter, the discoverer of King Tut’s tomb had no formal university training in Aegyptology or archaeology, he was just a good friend of Flinders Petrie and could draw pictures fairly well – yet he is widely accepted amongst the pantheon of famous Aegyptologists, and considered an authority simply because he stumbled onto something nobody else had.

    Who and what we want to consider a recognised Aegyptologist is to tread a very thin line; and it is foolish to accuse someone as learnéd as Gerald Massey as not being anyone recognised. That would depend entirely on whom you are asking.

    Incidentally, all of the research is not based on Massey, Kuhn and Godfrey Higgins. This is not information they conjured out of the thin air. This is information that has been passed down for centuries. Higgins was a Freemason, a modern equivalent of ancient day mystery schools. Massey belonged to An Druidh Uileach Braithreachas, is this supposed to detract from their interpretations and research? Kuhn on the other hand was a PhD, from Colombia University, whose thesis (which helped garner him PhD status) was that THE MYTHS ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE READ AND UNDERSTOOD AS A LITERALL story. Which is a tenent any academic would adhere to.

    Perhaps specimenb’s attack on Kuhn exposes this person for the Christian literalist that I suspect he is? He talks of academia and yet seems to want to diminish Kuhn. That does not make a lot of sense, unless we are dealing with a Christian ‘academic’?

    The Aegyptian myths and legends are written, primarily in stone in fact!, so they can’t be burned…which is an unfortunate set of circumstances for many people (see the Vatican, Canterbury, Jerusalem and all of their minions)

    You will find little on these matters on the internet, as people are having these taken down. You find manypages on the net discussing these topics as being found ‘unavailable’ or even in the much troubled Wikipedia’s case – requests for deletion are being made, so one cannot rely on merely the wikipedia to ‘research’ the Jesus Christ and Aegyptian Horus connection:

    Not that I should have needed to, but in response to the accusations made in this post, I left out any and all reference to Gerald Massey and Kuhn, just to prove the point that these men were not simply talking put of their ass.

    Brian: Horus in this transcription is taken directly from the depiction of Jesus and applied to Horus to fabricate a connection.

    A passage in The Book of Revelation 5:4-5, describing the mythical Christ’s defeat all who oppose him when the Day of Judgement arrives: “Then I began to weep greatly because no one was found worthy to open the book or to look into it; and one of the elders said to me, “Stop weeping; behold, the Lion that is from the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has overcome so as to open the book and its seven seals.”

    [below] From the hieroglyphics on the walls of the temple of Edfu in Upper Egypt, built during the Ptolemaic period 200 years before Christ. Text and reliefs were published by Professor Naville in his volume entitled Mythe d’Horus, plates 12-19, Geneva, 1870.

    [above] Horus of Behutet in the form of a lion slaying his foes.

    Again, unfortunate as it is to the apoligistas, there are infinite amounts of evidence such as the one provided as an example above. If you find an attribute described to Jesus anywhere in the canonical Gospels, 22 times out of 23 you will find an equivalent in the Aegyptian world pertaining to either Osiris, Ra, and most specifically of all Horus.

    The specimenb’s of the world are trying to defend the institutionalised Christian cult by searching for an alleged prototype that befits the Christian story word for word, outside of the names and places. This is not how it works, nobody ever accused Christianity of being a cookie-cutter religion, just simply that its ideas are unorignal and an overall plaguerisation of other beliefs and ideas which were around long before the Roman cult of Constantine and his bishops.

    Constantine and his gang of hustlers took the entire corpus of the knowledge of the mystery traditions in and around the Mediterranean, had them brought to a table in Nicea, and then synthesised into the solar-Roman cult we now know as institutionalised Roman Christianity. The leftovers were deemed heretical.

    I don’t really understand comments like the one above. Is all of the history in rock and stone now considered a fabrication just because it does not fit with soth stories of the gospels?

    Before the Amarna period in the 18th dynsaty the pharoah Amenhotep III, father to Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten inscribed on the Temple Walls at Luxor the image of his wife, Neith, being ‘impregnated’ by Thoth and Hathor after she wastold by Thoth she will conceive a special child. This child would bethe future Akhenaten – usherer in of monotheism into Aegypt – or in this instance specifically ‘Ra,’ if we go strictly by the temple carvings. And hence we see Ra’s (later to be known persoanlly as Akehnaten) adoration.

    But wait a minute, lets take that entire image at Luxor drink it in, and contemplate its ramifications.

    After the despised reign of Akehnaten, and the old gods were restored, did the people still look at thismotiff on the Luxor Temple, a VERY IMPORTANT temple in Aegyptian life, in veneration of the birth of the hated Akhenaten?? Hardly. The Aegyptians AFTER the Amarna period viewed Akenahtan’s mother now as their beloved Isis and the child she conceived as Horus. The pharaoh’s Queen before her association with Hathor after the 18th Dynasty was always associated with the concept of Queen of the Throne as it were, that’s what the emblem on her head has always meant.*

    * Chabas,Un Hymne à Osiris, in Revue Archéologique, xiv., p. 65 ff Horrack, Les Lamentations d’Isis et de Nephthys, Paris, 1866 & The Festival Songs of Isis and Nephthys (in Archæologia, vol. lii., London, 1891)

    This is a concept that many of the apologistas fail to understand. They want everything to be in simple black and white. They fail to understand that the gods mean different things at different times to different people. The ambiguity of Horus and Osiris after the 18th Dynasty in particular is a big problem for them. You cannot apply the myths and legends of ancient Aegyptian theology uniformly over 3,000 years.

    The dynamic of the old gods was changed greatly towards the end of the 18th Dynasty (1550-1295 BCE) and the start of the New Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE).

    Why was this?

    Because of the Cult of Aton had been implanted within the psyche of everyone in that whole traumatic experience under the reign of pharaoh Amenhotep IV/Akhenaten (1390-1352 BCE). Now after the brief worship (the Amarna period lasted only 20 yrs) of Akhenaten’s monotheistic sun-disc had instituted was overthrown, the old gods has been restored. However, there was something slightly off as far as how Osiris and Horus were concerned. The line between the two was even more ambiguous than it had been in the Middle Kingdom and the associations with the sun were made all the more esoteric.*

    *Aegyptian Ideas of a Future Life by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1900, Chapter III: The Aegyptian Gods, page 121

    Akhenaten had banned the old gods, particularly Osiris-Isis-Horus. Before the 18th Dynasty Osiris had been the god of the underworld. After the 20 year Amarna period under the reign of pharaoh Akhenaten and Osiris was put back into the Aegyptian pantheon he was suddenly the all powerful father-figure god that he never was before.

    Christian apologists will point to the ‘Legend of the Birth of Horus, Son of Isis and Osiris’ which is a text inscribed in heiroglyphs, to dismiss Jesus parallels to Aegyptian gods. The stele is in Paris now and its translation was first made public in 1857 in the Revue Archéologique, on page 65. This stele was inscribed after the Cult of Aton had been overthrown and the old gods were put back into place.

    The apologistas point to this stele without putting it into proper context. Any student of ancient history must understand ancient theology, and to understand theology from any time period, one must understand that more often than not, there is more than one myth concerning a god or goddess. Especially in ancient Aegypt’s case, where we have 3-4,000 years of history. But lets go over what this stele says for starters, which was a tribute to Osiris, typically the recognised father of Horus:

    “He was the greatest of the gods in On (Heliopolis), Memphis, Herakleopolis, Hermopolis, Abydos, and the region of the First Cataract, and so. He embodied in his own person the might of Ra-Tem, Apis and Ptah, the Horus-gods (well here we see hint regarding Osiris now taking over some aspects associated with Horus before the Amarna period), Thoth and Khnemu, and his rule over Busiris and Abydos continued to be supreme, as it had been for many, many hundreds of years. He was the source of the Nile, the north wind sprang from him, his seats were the stars of heaven which never set, and the imperishable stars were his ministers.(The stars were his *in this instance Osiris’* ministers, more allusions to disciples as seen in the heavens, just thought I’d point that out). All heaven was his dominion, and the doors of the sky opened before him of their own accord when he appeared (ever read Revelation?). He inherited the earth from his father Keb, and the sovereignty of heaven from his mother Nut. In his person he united endless time in the past and endless time in the future. Like Ra he had fought Seba, or Set, the monster of evil (Set is still the bogeyman and basis of a Christian devil here), and had defeated him (hmm, I think I heard this story once before?), and his victory assured to him lasting authority over the gods and the dead. He exercised his creative power in making land and water, trees and herbs, cattle and other four-footed beasts, birds of all kinds, and fish and creeping things; even the waste spaces of the desert owed allegiance to him as the creator (not that this so much applies to Jesus, but this sounds awfully similar to what you read in Genesis as well). And he rolled out the sky, and set the light above the darkness. (he rolls out the sky and sets light over darkness? hmmm, sounds like a sun – which of course is what we associate with Horus. And many of these attributes were previously attributed to Horus before the Amarna period and again later.)”

    After the 18th Dynasty, and particularly during the later periods of ancient Aegyptian history one could EASILY begin applying any and all aspects of Osiris to the figure of Jesus as well. And there are many who have.

    The reason for this is because outside of the mainstream ancient Aegyptian religion, the mystery schools promoted Horus as the ressurrected Osiris. Later, during the Greek period in Aegypt (332-30 BCE) which was the golden age of the mystery traditions, and when a lot of these syncrenisations are first being made, it was even believed that Horus identified completely with Osiris.

    A rough outline of the Osiris-Horus god complex would go like this (And again I refer to Ian Shaw’s The Oxford History of Ancient Aegpt, 2000):


    A. Horus, Osiris and Ra begin as three separate deities.

    B. The Horus and Osiris figures are seen as the son to the father.

    C. The 18th Dynasty hits Aegypt, ushering in the Amarna period under Akhenaten, which hits religious society like a brick in the head – the old gods are banned.

    D. The Amarna period ends, the old gods are put back into place. But although they are the old gods in name, in theory, they are a little different than they had been

    E. Distinctions between Ra, Osiris and Horus are more difficult to distinguish. Horus seemes to have completely taken on all aspects of Ra in some places, now known as Ra-Herakhty (Horus of both horisens)

    F. By the time of the Greek conquest, after already enduring Persian conquest, Osiris and Horus are considered the same.


    It’s all muddled, it’s not perfectly linear, you can’t ask it to make too much sense since we are dealing primarily with the Aegyptian imagination and various places in time and space – but it is what it is, which in terms of this post, is most importantly the fact that: For many of the Aegyptians and the peoples influenced by the Aegyptians and the Aegyptian mysteries, Horus-Ra-Osiris was seen as one solar messiah. all before the time of Christ.


    For a far more detailed account of Horus’ transfigurations I would have you look into The Wisdom of the Aegyptians by Brian Brown, Chapter 2, pages 79-82.


    Brian: “If you do your own quality research, you’ll come to know the same thing the rest of the academic world knows; that this is just rubbish.

    Zeitgeist is not accepted by general academia, truly. This information is recounted in many other works as well, it cannot be relegated to simply something somebody saw in Zeitgeist and then simply marginalise it due to this (See The Pharmacratic Inquisition) However, rest assured, this shall be rectified as there are efforts underway by myself and some colleagues to have the information presented in peer-reviewed academic journals. What you read above is just a smattering.

    I would like to thank specimenb however for presenting me the chance to arrange previously researched info into the rudiments of the intended work long ahead of schedule.

    And to people like specimenb who seek to cling to old fairy tales as well as other apologistas who wish simply to denigrate the works of Achyra S. and Gerald Massey, and a film like Zeitgeist, I would suggest they keep their insults and snide remarks to themselves, especially when you understand that they have absolutely no idea what they are talking about.

    And the I would also suggest reading list:

    The Art of Ancient Aegypt, Gary Robins, 1997, Harvard Univ. Press

    Atlas of Ancient Aegypt, John Baines & Jaromir Malek, 1980

    The Complete Temples of Ancient Aegypt, Richard H. Wilkinson. 2000

    Dictionary of Ancient Aegypt, Ian Shaw & Paul Nicholson, 1995

    Aegypt in Late Antiquity, Roger S. Bagnall, 1993, Princeton Univ. Press

    A History of Ancient Aegypt, Nicolas A. Grimal, 1988, Blackwell

    The Oxford History of Ancient Aegypt, Ian Shaw, 2000 Oxford Univ. Press

    Sacred Sites of Ancient Aegypt, Lorna Oakes, 2001

    then apply what he learns in these academic books to others such as

    The Pyramid Texts, translated by Samuel A.B. Mercer, 1952

    The Aegyptian Book of the Dead, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1895

    The Aegyptian Heaven and Hell, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1905

    The Liturgy of Funerary Offerings, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1909

    The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leidon, translated by Griffith & Thompson (1904)

    Legends of the Gods: The Aegyptian Texts, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1912

    The Burden of Isis, a translation of key myths, translated in 1912

    The Wisdom of the Aegyptians, by Brian Brown, 1923

    The Rosetta Stone, translated by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1895

    The Hieroglyphics of Horapollo, translated by Alexander Turner Cory, 1840

    and then take what they learn from these texts and then read

    The Secret Teachings of All Ages, by Canadien-American Masonic historian Manly P. Hall

    Aegyptian Mythology and Aegyptian Christianity by Samuel Sharpe, 1853

    Aegyptian Ideas of the Future Life by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1900

    Aegyptian Magic by E.A. Wallis Budge, 1901

    Aegyptian Myth and Legend by Donald Mackenzie, 1907

    and then look into books such as

    Astrotheology & Shamanism by Jan Irvin and Andrew Rutajit, 2006

    The Pharmacratic Inquisition by Jan Irvin & Andrew Rutajit, 2007

    While they are at it, they can also look into the Dead Sea Scrolls and all of the work done by John Allegro, who was the no. 2 investigator in charge of the Scrolls, and see what they have to say about the Christ con.

    The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Christian Myth by John Allegro, 1979

    The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross by John Allegro, 1979

    I might also suggest trips to the Metropolitan in New York, the British Mueseum in London and the Louvre in Paris…and try and break out of his desperate little bubble.

    Heru or Horus, the sun-god, was originally a totally distinct god from Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis, but from the earliest times it seems that the two gods were confounded, and that the attributes of the one were ascribed to the other; the fight which Horus the sun-god waged against night and darkness was also at a very early period identified with the combat between Horus, the son of Isis, and his brother Set. The visible emblem of the sun-god was at a very early date the hawk is, which was probably the first living thing worshipped by the early Egyptians; already in the pyramid texts the hawk on a standard is used indiscriminately with ### to represent the word “god.” The principal forms of Horus the sun-god, which probably represent the sun at various periods of the day and night, are:–Heru-ur ({Greek A?rwh`rei), “Horus the Great”; Heru-merti, “Horus of the two eyes,” i.e., of the sun and moon;* Heru-nub, “the golden Horus”; Heru-khent-khat; Heru-khent-an-maa, “Horus dwelling in blindness”; Heru-khuti, “Horus of the two horizons,”** the type of which on earth was the Sphinx; Heru-sam-taui, “Horus the uniter of the north and south”; Heru-hekenu, ” Horus of Heken”; and Heru-behutet, “Horus of Behutet.”[3] The cippi of Horus, which became so common at a late period in Egypt, seem to unite the idea of the physical and moral conceptions of Horus the sun-god and of Horus the son of Osiris and Isis.

    ** Chabas, Un Hymne à Osiris (in Revue Archéologique, t. xiv., p. 65 ff.); Horrack, Les Lamentations d’Isis et de Nephthys, Paris, 1866; The Festival Songs of Isis and Nephthys (in Archæologia, vol. lii., London, 1891), etc.

    *** Lanzone, Dizionario., tav. 306 ff.

    Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis, appears in Egyptian texts usually as Heru-p-khart, ” Horus the child,” who afterwards became the “avenger of his father Osiris,” and occupied his throne, as we are told in many places in the Book of the Dead. In the pyramid texts the deceased is identified with Heru-p-khart, and a reference is made to the fact that the god is always represented with a finger in his mouth.[4] The curious legend which Plutarch relates concerning Harpocrates and the cause of his lameness’ is probably


  12. go to my website ill pay you if you can prove zeitgeists claims. no kidding I really will $250

  13. this was a great read, well organized and symbolism made clear.

    thank you for this. beautifully put together.

    cheers, k

  14. translations, interpretations and distortion of Kmt reality stay so in the academic arena. Yet through the modern language everyday sub sahara people pay intrinsic tribute the ancient way through song not tempered in text, call and response.

  15. For the sake of argument (if you would indulge me) let’s say that all of humanity originates from one common culture. Let’s also say they were all given a portrait that contained clues to the history of their family and to the future intentions of the patriarch of the family. Over and again the oral interpretation of the portrait is given to everyone interested enough to listen.
    Then a crisis occurs and the family is separated. All communication is cut off between the family clans. Eventually the native tongue of each clan gives way to the new culture in which they have been relocated. However, the portrait is still in the clan but few remember what the portrait represents.
    Some remember faintly their elder’s descriptions and try to reconstruct the story but because of time and the new language barriers the story begins a long series of revisions. The new version looks similar to the old one but the focus is shifted from this being about the history, wishes and plans of the patriarch to the mystic of the portrait.
    Fast forward through thousands of years as a cultural researches find a phenomenon of commonality between the many cultures of the world; it is the portrait. It is hard for the contemporaries to discern which of the versions is original, if any. It is like looking through the wrong end of a telescope; everything is so distant and out of focus. In frustration the researchers decide (because they do not know that the story of the portrait is still in effect) that it is not important and that all of the explanations are just part of a game that was played in an ancient culture to help pass the time and develop skills for the appreciation of art.
    In reality, another major event is about to happen and the world could be alerted to it if the portrait was understood from the proper perspective. New information is available due to advancements in technology, math, and science that can shed new light on the secrets that were once locked in the portrait but the cultural researchers aren’t looking for any further information since they have dismissed the “story” as ignorance and superstition.

  16. You’re on the right trail. Take heed of the venerated dog headed saint and let the opener of the ways be your guide.


  18. i like Zeitgeist too.

  19. You are taking this work as your own and not giving any credit to the creater of Zeitgeist… which is illegal. Might want to work on that.

    • Hi Jeremy,

      Just wanted to point out that I do say in the post I am NOT the author. Also, if you browse through the comments, you’ll see how to get in touch with the author of this post. 🙂

      Hope your having a week full of smiles, Kat

  20. I like you, you have seen and understand Zeitgeist, right? i have to wonder if we are of the same faith or not. No I am not Christian, I once was and still am a ordained minister, but no longer a part of that mess. I have found being Wiccan suits me fine and i have never been more grounded and happy. What path have you found? i will be telling people about this site, thanks again for all of the work, i know it was a lot of work. I so agree with you on each faith needs to see the truth behind the faith, then and only then can you enjoy it with no pressure.

    • My path is simply Katism. 🙂 I adopt pieces of truth from every religion and put them together to make up my own spirituality.

      Glad to hear you have found something which resonates deep within your soul.

  21. May the God and gods be praised of what they reveal and what they conceal…as more people look beyond their institutionalised living perterns they will find that what their looking for is not what the living for,instead the truth has always been before them…and thanks for confirming that

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