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12,293. Written in 1280 B.C. the Egyptian Book of the Dead describes a god Horus. Horus is the son of the god Osiris. Born to a virgin mother. He was baptised in a river by Anup the Baptiser. Who was later beheaded. Like Jesus, Horus was tempted while alone in the desert. Healed the sick. The blind. Cast out demons. And walked on water. He raised Asar from the dead (Asar translates to Lazarus). Oh yeah, he also had twelve disciples. Yes, Horus was crucified first. And after three days, two women announced Horus, the saviour of humanity, had been resurrected. (Jesus & Book of the Dead & Horus & Egyptians) Bill Maher, Religulous, 2008
12,313. He was all that was good and righteous and holy. And he had his adversary – his name was Set. Sound a little bit familiar, like with Jesus of Nazareth, who had his adversary, Satan? Horus-Set; Jesus-Satan. In fact the resemblances between Jesus and Ah-men-Ra or Horus and all of the other saviours of mankind are just too many. They go on and on and on ... Horus baptised with water by Anup; Jesus baptised with water by John ... Horus born in Annu, the place of bread; Jesus born in Bethlehem, the house of bread. Horus the good shepherd with the crook upon his shoulders; Jesus the good shepherd with the lamb or kid upon his shoulder. The seven on board the boat with Horus; the seven fishers on board the boat with Jesus. Horus as the Lamb; Jesus as the Lamb. Horus as the Lion; Jesus as the Lion. Horus as the black child; Jesus as the little black bambino. Horus identified with Tat or Cross; Jesus identified with the Cross. Horus of twelve years; Jesus of twelve years. Horus made a man of thirty with his baptism; Jesus made a man of thirty years with his baptism. Horus the Krst; Jesus the Christ. Horus the manifesting son of God; Jesus the manifesting son of God ... (Jesus & Horus) Derek Partridge, The Naked Truth
12,314. The Egyptians of every period in which they are known to us believed that Osiris was of divine origin, that he suffered death and mutilation at the hands of the powers of evil, that after a great struggle with these powers he rose again, that he became henceforth the king of the underworld and judge of the dead, and that because he had conquered death the righteous also might conquer death ... In Osiris the Christian Egyptians found the prototype of Christ, and in the pictures and statues of Isis suckling her son Horus, they perceived the prototypes of the Virgin Mary and her child. (Jesus & Horus & Osiris) E A Wallis Budge, Egyptian Religion
57,921. The Egyptian pharaoh occupied an unusual position: he was in effect an intermediary between Man and God. And by virtue of that, by the time of the nineteenth dynasty he was seen to be both human and divine. He was referred to as the living Horus. The god who is most closely associated with Egyptian kingship. (Egyptians & Horus & Gods) Dr Kent Weeks, American University of Cairo
12,317: Horus was born of the virgin Isis-Meri on December 25th in a cave/manger with his birth being announced by a star in the East and attended by three ‘wise men’
* His earthly father was named ‘Seb’ (‘Joseph’). Seb is also known as ‘Geb‘: ‘As Horus the Elder he...was believed to be the son of Geb and Nut’. Lewis Spence, Ancient Egyptian Myths and Legends p84
* He was of royal descent.
* At age 12, he was a child teacher in the Temple, and at 30, he was baptized, having disappeared for 18 years
* Horus was baptized in the river Eridanus or Iarutana (Jordan) by ‘Anup the Baptizer’ (‘John the Baptist’), who was decapitated
* He had 12 followers and/or fellow gods, two of whom were his ‘witnesses’ and were named ‘Anup’ and ‘Aan’ (the two ‘Johns’)
* He performed miracles, exorcised demons and raised El-Azarus (‘El-Osiris’), from the dead
* The Egyptian god walked on water
* His personal epithet was ‘Iusa’, the ‘ever-becoming son’ of ‘Ptah’, the ‘Father’. He was thus called ‘Holy Child’.
* Horus was transfigured on the Mount
* The Egyptian god/Osiris was killed, buried for three days in a tomb, and resurrected
* Horus, Osiris and/or Ra were called the ‘Way, the Truth, the Light’, ‘Messiah’, ‘God's Anointed Son’, the ‘Son of Man’, the ‘Good Shepherd’, the ‘Lamb of God’, the ‘Word made flesh’, the ‘Word of Truth’ etc.
* The Egyptian god was ‘the Fisher’ and was associated with the Fish (‘Ichthys’), Lamb and Lion
* He came to fulfil the Law
* The Egyptian god/Osiris was called ‘the KRST’, or ‘Anointed One’
Like Jesus, Horus was supposed to reign one thousand years. (Jesus & Osiris & Horus) Acharya S aka D M Murdock, website entry
58,104. The Sun and Moon ... represent the two grand principles of all generations, the active and passive, the male and the female ... Both shed their light upon their offspring, the blazing star or Horus. Albert Pike, Morals and Dogmas
58,105. The Triangle at the top with the light emanating from around it is Horus – the god of the ancient Egyptians of course. This is an Egyptian pyramid. You don’t find pyramids in America. You find them in Egypt. And that pyramid is the symbol of the Eye, was in the Egyptian religion Horus, which was the newborn sun; every morning when the sun came up his name was Horus. That was the solar divinity in Egypt. Horus was God’s son. The light of the world. Who has risen; he is our risen saviour, arisen; and so Horus was referred to as God’s son. And that’s why the light is emanating from around, because it’s the sun. The sun is a round eyeball of God. The ancient Egyptians believed the pupil of God was the sun, and He is watching you. (Horus & Dollar) Jordan Maxwell, Illuminati I
58,106. He is the sun-god of Egypt from around 300 B,C. He is the son anthropomorphised ... a series of allegorical myths involving the sun’s movement in the sky ... Horus, or the light, had an enemy known as Set, and Set was the personification of the darkness or night ... Dark versus Light or Good versus Evil is one of the most ubiquitous mythological dualities ever known and it's still expressed on many levels today ... Horus was born on December 25th of the virgin Isis, Mary; his birth was accompanied by a star in the east; and upon his birth he was adored by three kings; at the age of 12 he was a prodigal child teacher; at the age of 30 he was baptised by a figure known as Anup and thus began his ministry. Horus had twelve disciples he travelled about with, performing miracles such as healing the sick and walking on water. Horus was known by many gestural names such as the Truth, the Light, God’s anointed son; the Good Shepherd; the Lamb of God and many others. After being betrayed by Tryphon, Horus was crucified, buried for three days and thus resurrected. (Horus & Isis) Peter Joseph, Zeitgeist, 2007
58,107. Inscribed about 3,500 years ago on the walls of the Temple of Luxor are images of the Annunciation, the miracle conception, the birth and adoration of Horus. ibid.
58,108. December 25th is of no relevance ... There is no evidence that Isis was a virgin ... There is no mention of Horus being a prodigal teacher ... Horus had sixteen followers ... Horus never walked on water ... Horus was never crucified. (Horus & Isis) Keith Thompson, Zeitgeist Debunked
58,109. The Egyptian Isis was also represented as a Virgin Mother by her devotees, and as holding her infant son Horus in her arms. In some statues and basso-relievos when she appears alone she is either completely nude or veiled from head to foot. But in the Mysteries, in common with nearly every other goddess, she is entirely veiled from head to foot, as a symbol of a mother’s chastity. It would not do us any harm to borrow from the ancients some of the poetic sentiments in their religions, and the innate veneration they entertained for their symbols. It is but fair to say at once that the last of the true Christians died with the last of the direct apostles. (Horus & Isis) Madame Helena P Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled