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6/25/2009 02:07:00 AMBriana Latrise

The Right Eye of Horus

represents concrete factual information controlled by the left brain. It deals with words, letters, and numbers and those things which are describable in terms of sentences or complete thoughts. It approaches the universe in terms of male oriented ideation.


***ANCIENT EGYPT IS REALLY SOMETHING... YOU SHOULD STUDY IT SOMETIME... Note that you can find many similarities in many religions... Like... Christianity for example, Jesus Christ & Heru have many, many, many things in common... Many. Do some real research. You'll need old text for this... not the internet... stories have a way of changing over time.***

Heru (or Horus) is the son of Ausar (Osiris) and Auset (Isis), the divine child of the holy family triad. He is associated with the falcon. His name means "he who is above" and "he who is distant". The falcon had been worshipped from earliest times as a cosmic deity whose body represents the heavens and whose eyes represent the sun and the moon. [Together they represent a holy family: god, goddess and divine child. In the New Kingdom, the main temples throughout Egypt venerated a holy family modelled on the Ausar, Auset and Heru triad.]

ALSO:
In ancient Egypt, every celestial event took on particular symbolism. Among these celestial events, there was the rising of the Sun, its appearance above the eastern horizon as a reddish disk. According to the ancient Egyptians, the daily rebirth of the Sun, its coming from the primeval waters, the waters of Nun from which comes life on earth and in the sky, was similar to its very first appearance in the sky of Egypt on the day the world was created, on this day which they called Sep Tepy...





References: http://www.sangraal.com/library/eyesofhorus.htm

and a few books... some other sites... DO UR OWN HOMEWORK!

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