Differences between an Asetian and an Elder

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Differences between an Asetian and an Elder

Post by Daniel09 on 20.08.09 19:04

This has been puzzling me for some time now. What is the difference between a regular Asetian and an Elder, and how would an Asetian discover that they are an Elder? In the AB it describes how an Elder was given a slightly different transformation than modern Asetians. Personally, I think this could be keyed to different tools being available for use in the Dark Kiss. But the AB is very clear that there are specific indicators that an Asetian is an Elder, known only by the Aset Ka. What is your speculation? Any ideas on what these indicators could be, which set apart an Asetian and an Elder? (and perhaps even the Primordials, who although technically Elders, would probably have a slightly different mark than those they changed, being changed directly by Aset)
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Re: Differences between an Asetian and an Elder

Post by Aghrab on 20.08.09 21:14

In the Order of Aset Ka, Elders are Asetians that have been given the Dark Kiss while Aset still walked on Earth with them, Her Family and Her Children. Asetians who have been given the Dark Kiss in that ancient time, are considered to be Elders. For example, Horus and the two other Primordial Asetian girls, his sisters, are considered to be Elders, and ones that came shortly after them, during the Sep Tepy period, also known as the Djehuty of Aset. However, keep in mind that the Dark Kiss is highly unlikely to happen in our days. It always needs the permission of Aset.
The Asetian Bible gives us a hint that there is a certain distinctive mark on the subtle body of an Elder, that marks the difference between an Elder and a non-Elder Asetian, however, no more has yet been revealed. One small example is that the awakening of the non-Elders is less likely to be shocking, making them feel a huge difference, because they have awakened thousands of times. The awakening of a non-Elder, however, is likely to be more intense to their eyes.

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Re: Differences between an Asetian and an Elder

Post by Aghrab on 20.08.09 22:00

Aghrab wrote:One small example is that the awakening of the non-Elders is less likely to be shocking,

*One small example is that the awakening of an Elder is less likely to be shocking,
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Re: Differences between an Asetian and an Elder

Post by Jonathan on 21.08.09 8:06

All we know is that the Elders are Asetians that have been "created" during the times that Aset was on this Earth, and ruled the kingdom of Kemet. That is what distinguishes an Elder, according to the Asetian Bible, and it is also referred that the process of the Dark Kiss was different. Under what ways it was different, I am pretty sure that no one out of the Aset Ka knows. How to distinguish an Elder from a non-Elder, I would say that it would only be possible for an Elder to say, or maybe even only a Primordial.
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