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Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Heruset on 28.10.15 19:22

The father of Heru, in Egyptian mythology, is Asar, who magickally reproduced with Aset while ressurected from the dead via the magick of Aset, his sister-wife.

So, my question is, why don't the Viperines revere him or consider him an equal to Aset? I'm not sure who is the supposed father of the other two sisters of Heru.

If he is not the father of the other two bloodlines, who is? And why don't they revere him?

I understand that Aset created them in their form, but he was their father after all...

Insight would be appreciated and I look forward to your responses.
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Gargoyle on 29.10.15 10:51

In the Asetian Bible, it states that Osiris superseded Anubis as the Lord of the Underworld. It also states that Aset created the three lineages, the Primordial Vampires, with Her essence and brought them to Earth (the first Dark Kiss). So, Luis Marques actually doesn't say anywhere that Osiris was the father of the Asetians. I have to reread the part about the Asetian origins (maybe I got something wrong) but I'll get back to you as soon as I get the chance.
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Gargoyle on 29.10.15 10:58

Osiris is mostly seen as the first Divine Pharaoh and then after, the Lord of the Dead, King of the Underworld. This is Asetian cosmogony.
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Heruset on 29.10.15 11:59

Thanks for the response, Gargoyle.

I am aware of the cosmogony you and the Asetian bible mentioned. Another question: where did Anubis go when Osiris took over?

I know all of the stories are not literal, but I am curious!

So when Aset created her children, she gave "birth" to the three triplets-- Horus and his two sisters... However, in the Asetian bible, after rechecking, I noticed it doesn't credit Osiris as the true father of Horus, as he comes from Aset's pure essence.


This is interesting to me.
However, then it brings up another question to me...
Set wanted the throne from Aset because Horus was next in line to rule because he was the son of Osiris, isn't this the reason? If not, then why did Horus gain the throne?

If not, perhaps it is because Horus was the son of Aset the Queen?






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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Gargoyle on 29.10.15 12:19

Good questions. Not quite sure where Anubis resides, possible both worlds... the physical realm because he is the Keeper of the Asetians and Duat because he is also the Protector of the Dead.

Osiris and Aset were in fact husband and wife, so it was only fair it seems that the Asetians ruled Egypt after Osiris' departure in the Underworld. The Red Order of Seth and the Aset Ka are in an eternal battle because of this one instance. After the Asetians decided to leave the reign of Egypt to the humans, they fell into the mist.

Now it seems they are reemerging, with the release of the Asetian Bible, making their presence known once again in this new era.
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Kalb on 29.10.15 13:29

Heruset,

In my understanding, this is what makes Aset a complete goddess. A God can not be described by Ying Yang, but if you look well, the entire development of the dimiurgo and the creation of what we know as the universe and human life was made through a Femine and Masculine divinity  - Yin Yang. When we study the Asetianism, we see that Aset alone created its own lineage without the aid of another deity.
Now, a few years ago I heard a theory that Seth did not create vampires, but rather turned them from humans to vampires through the Dark Kiss method. I do not know to what extent this is true, but I know that currently the ROS is not a family so united as Asetian family, although they are very strong on the battlefield. This may seem a bit ironic, but in this case the blindess of religion applies here, "The human mind can't understand or can't see logic in the essence of the Gods." The code of the essence of the Gods is totally different from humans.
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Heruset on 29.10.15 16:59

Thank you, Kalb. This is precisely what I was thinking about the essence of Aset today when I was referring to the Book of Orion to try to find the answers.


It seems to me that the unfolding of Aset produced three -- Heru (masculine, Kether) and the two feminine essences (Chokmah, Binah).

Following this, however, I find myself confused.


I feel as though in this case, everything would be created by Aset. Is this what the Asetians believe? If so, where does Set come in the picture?

If Ain Soph Aur is Aset in her wholeness, where does Set exist? Within Aset?
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Re: Reverence for Osiris?

Post by Heruset on 29.10.15 17:01

Sorry, I didn't mean to write that Heru is the masculine energy and the others are feminine.


Heru- Mascu/Fem
Twins- Binah/Chokmah, Yin/Yang, Masc/Fem split
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