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Nevertheless, Isis is venerated by her followers as the Virgin Mother. Bettany Hughes, The Bible, Channel 4 2010
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. Peter Joseph, Zeitgeist, 2007
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. Keith Thompson, Zeitgeist Debunked, 2008
It is simply not true ... Isis was not pronounced Isis in ancient Egypt. Therefore, the name Israel could not have been influence by the name Isis in antiquity. Keith Thompson, The New Age Infiltration of the Truth Movement final cut, 2009
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. Madame Helena P Blavatsky, Isis Unveiled
In ancient Egypt the goddess Isis was the personification of wisdom. Pharaoh Akhenaten changed the worship to himself as he proclaimed himself Amen-Ra, the sun-god. The word Amen at the end of a prayer spawned from the praise given to Amen-Ra. From there the Hebrews left Egypt and travelled north to the Middle East where they encountered the Canaanites who worshipped the god of Saturn – El. The merging of these three gods became the name of the land today which is known – Isis – Ra – EL or Israel. 90% of Judaism is based around the worship of Saturn. Ben Stewart, Esoteric Agenda, 2008
The Star in the East is Sirius, the brightest star in the night sky which on December 24th aligns with the three brightest stars in Orion’s belt ... the Three Kings. And in ancient Egypt the star Sirius was of fundamental importance, and was identified with the goddess whose name was Isis. 13 Masonic Secrets
The Veil of Isis extends throughout the worlds. In our world it is the visible garment of the soul and is represented by the two beings of the opposite sex. He who would know Isis must pass beyond the veil into the realms of the immaculate Isis; but to all mortals Isis is known only as she is, heavily draped and thickly veiled. The myth of the veil of Isis explains that Isis, our immaculate mother, nature, space, wove a beautiful veil that through it all things might be called into existence. ibid.
Isis: the Spring Equinox 200 A.D. Roman worshippers march to honour the Holy Mother of God. She is a popular religious figure in the Roman empire. A sacred feminine goddess known as the Queen of Heaven and star of the sea. Her name is not Mary: it is Isis. And this cult is a significant rival to Jesus. Rivals of Jesus, 2006
Nethertheless, Isis is venerated by her followers as the Virgin Mother. ibid.
The men of Rome hate the Isis cult because the women who follow Isis sometimes refrain from intercourse. They dedicate their chastity to Isis. Dr Carole R Fontaine, Andover Newton Theological School
Look at the scale of the destruction … IS fighters were just a short drive away. Mediterranean with Simon Reeve III, BBC 2018