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Post by Heruset on 30.10.15 23:00

In the book of Orion, it becomes clear that Ain/Ein Soph Aur is Aset in the Asetian tradition.


However, this leaves me with more questions than answers...
One being:

Where does Set come into the picture?

Is he somewhere in the tree of life?
Is he part of Aset?
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 30.10.15 23:55

I'd suggest you go back and re-read both the Asetian Bible, and the Book of Orion. And afterward, perhaps meditate on this question. I believe you are greatly missing the point... and I put that lightly.

Seriously... do a bit more reading.

The Asetian and Sethian lineages have been warring with each other for millenia and (blah blah... I need not continue, as this has been addressed quite well in a vast multitude of other posts). But anyway... I'd kindly advise a bit more studying...
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:01

I believe you are greatly missing the point... and I put that lightly.

Apologies for the weird wording there, but I do hope my point is understood regardless.
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Post by Heruset on 31.10.15 0:07

Rhea,

I've read both several times.

I am not "missing the point".

I am questioning this because I have meditated on it and have different theories..

I would like to hear some mature replies from this forum...


But so far it seems like a bunch of people who attack every question with a shoot down instead of aiding each other in finding the Truth.

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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:12

My point is that it should be incredibly obvious that Seth is NOT a part of Aset. Especially given the two legendary lineages of the Asetians and Sethians, who are also ancient enemies. Why would an aspect of Aset murder Her own husband? Or attack her own son? I could go on with this but my point has been made already. And I don't say this to attack anyone, but merely to straighten something out.
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Post by Jonathan on 31.10.15 0:16

Heruset I'm interested in hearing the theories you have found on this subject. Do you mind sharing them?
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Post by Heruset on 31.10.15 0:17

I am aware of this fact Rhea.

However, you could have simply directed me in the right way rather than shut down my question therefore putting a block on my quest for answers...

Would this be closer to the answer? It is one of my theories, Jonathan.

Sethians are the ones who now contain the essence of set? He has a different "tree of life"?
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:20

With all due respect, no individual is putting a block on your quest for answers but yourself.

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Post by Heruset on 31.10.15 0:22

Rhea, you are missing the point of my post.
Please look elsewhere for attention as you are clearly not inputting any useful answers here...
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:24

Apologies to the forum for my double posts today, but I did want to add that the Tree of Life is the Tree of Life... there are not different ones for different deities... it is universal. That is part of its usefulness, in my opinion.

And also... in your time here I have noticed you have been somewhat inflammatory, and it is most interesting to observe. I attempted to point you in the right direction, but as it was not the response you wanted to hear, I noticed that come back.

If you believe my posts were a cry for attention, I would politely suggest you re-read them a few times.
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Post by Heruset on 31.10.15 0:30

Clearly you misunderstood my sharp edged sentences for offense.

I know you are a boiling cauldron of information, I have read posts by you before here.
I did not mean to say that you are not contributing. I meant to only say that you first attacked my question and that is an offensive thing for someone to do...

I am not saying that Seth is part of Aset. I was simply questioning where he fits.
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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:38

Multiple times I clarified that it was not my intent to attack anyone. So if you do not mean any offense by your words, then we can continue on to your question, which I attempted to answer to the best of my ability.

If you question where Seth fits:
He is a deity, the brother of Aset and Osiris. This is going by what is mentioned in the Asetian Bible. He is not an aspect of any of his siblings-- he has his own identity.

As for Ain/Ein Soph Aur, I do not believe that is an actual deity itself. I could go on but I'd rather not reveal all of my thoughts on that particular thing at this time.

To clarify, I am not professing that this belief on Ain/Ein Soph Aur is the absolute truth. It is simply a suspicion of mine.
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Post by Heruset on 31.10.15 0:47

Thank you.

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Post by Rhea Kaye on 31.10.15 0:48

It is certainly my pleasure... Wink
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Post by George Gosdas on 09.01.17 0:49

Heruset,I understand exactly what your question is and I will not say that you are missing the point.I will just say that some RHP practisioners seek to reach spirituall perfection,then letting the consiousness be joined in union with the divine light,or the Hebrew Ain Soph,which is limitless light.The LHP seeks to isolate the psyche and seeks not to sacrifice ones ego.This light even if considered divine by buddhists as an enterpretation of their buddha,is not itself Divinity and is not a Deity neither an entity.
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Post by Heruset on 09.01.17 13:20

Thanks for shedding some light (no pun intended) on this topic, George. I didn't think of it from that perspective.
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