Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

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Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

Post by Jonathan on 17.11.09 5:38

After reading the following interesting post by Karnath, which I quote after my own text, I decided to ask you all a question:

Why do you think that the Asetians left their Empire in the sacred lands of Kemet, and gave the throne to mankind?
Like Karnath said, what made the Asetians retreat in Silence, if they had the Power to take the Throne?

Looking forward for your opinions...


Karnath wrote:Best greetings to all.

History became legend, legend became myth...

It's part of the myth, though, that the Children of Aset were the firstborn.

After the breeding of the Children of Seth (who only greedily copied the technology from Aset, the Great Sorcerer), 7 Scorpions sworn loyalty to Aset and the protection of Her Divine Children.

Along with the 7 Scorpions of the Imperial Guard, also Anpu (Anubis) sworn loyalty to the protection of the Children of Aset. Anubis felt like one, since He was raised by Aset Herself, who accepted Him; He was illegitimate, since He was the Son of Osiris and Nephthys, who took her revenge from Seth, having Osiris that was blind from a spell cast by her; so Aset raised Him as Her own, teaching Him all the Magickal Arts She knew.

And so there was war, between two Great Titans.

Nevertheless, the Throne was always Asetian by legitimacy. That's why throughout all Myth, Heru-sa-Aset was the one to sit upon the Amethyst Throne, and Seth being seen as the one trying to take it away from him. But of course he eventually did later, especially with Akhenaton (The Living Spirit of Aten). Do you think that honor between enemies could exist, if Seth tried to remove all Kemetic Deities from worship, changing his own face to the solar disk (Aten)(1)?
Even though the Atenists (Sethians in origin) were stopped in Kemet, some eventually ran away, as you might well know, and gave origin to one of the most murderous religions in whole world, especially because they were a lot. This is the Djehuty of the Crocodile, The Dark Period of the World. Everything stopped evolving, becoming stagnated and rotten. Actually, Evolution itself suffered regression.

I wonder, however, what made the Asetians retreat in Silence, if they had the Power to take the Throne. Could it be because of a massive betrayal from their human allies?

And now, within the Djehuty of the Serpent, the Asetian Empire shall rise once more, even if it is for the Select Few(2).

To Her Highness Aset,
To The Empire.


Best regards,
Karnath.


(1) Only Tutankhamen (The Living Image of Amon) gave, again, Life to the Old Tradition. Originally, his name was to be Tutankhaten (The Living Image of Aten), which would continue the lineage of Aten. But the Tradition of Akhenaten had been banned.

(2) 10. Let my servants be few & secret: they shall rule the many & the
known. (Liber AL vel Legis, Aleister Crowley).
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Re: Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

Post by Marion on 20.11.09 7:04

Every empire and every era has its growth, peak and decline.
This is the cycle of life, which destroys the old and give life for the new, renewing and giving balance to the universe.

So it was with Uranus who was defeated by his son Chronus and so it was with himself that he was defeated by his son Zeus.
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Re: Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

Post by Aghrab on 21.11.09 12:17

I do not think that they have completely abandoned it. They still rule, but secretly, without making a sound... Before, their force was as loud as screams, shaking the very grounds... Now, mandkind has forgotten about them.

To my mind, they gave up leadership due to all the unneeded drama over who should rule Egypt. They did not "give up", but simply stepped away. If they truly gave up, would they still be here, risen from the shadows, ruling ever so strongly?
The ROS may be controlling in many, many ways, such as the Vatican, but yet, the battles still go on. If the ROS had all the power they wanted, there would be no battles in our days.

Another reason... The Aset Ka got tired of the blindness of mankind. The days have changed... The people used to know deep within their hearts that there existed Gods, not one single existant named God, or Aten, as they called him. Many kept their beliefs, memories and faith within their beloved Gods, but slowly the idea of Gods changed, and all began to worship One Being. The humans became tainted and unworthy of the beautiful presense of the Asetians.

These are my personal views, and I look forward to other's.

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Re: Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

Post by Karnath on 22.11.09 17:04

Best Greetings, Jonathan, Aghrab.

This is a very good question, and I see not everyone dared to answer.
My views about it, are very much alike Aghrab's.

First, they ruled and fought.
Then they probably had some valuable losses and made a different plan, turning to a very ironic behavior - If you want it, come and claim it, and let us see what you can do with it(1).
Then They stood in the Shadow, observing which of Their allies would keep up with Them, and checking those who would conform (and forget Them), and those who would corrupt (against Them).
Still, They kept some presence and influence over some of the most direct masterminds of the Empire, and there were certain Pharaohs who were indeed into their thoughts and tradition (including Tutankhamen upon the so-called New Kingdom).
After the Persians (who actually never left) came the Libyans, then, with the loss of allies, the Assyrians (who didn't even want it)... and then with the help of the curious Greeks, who always saw Kemet as a fascinating mysterious culture, the Assyrians left, but the Greeks stayed after the Persians handing out Kemet to Alexander. Then, the final drop of blood for Kemet, as the Romans took it as their own province, Christianity used it, abandoned Temples to the Deserts' Cry, and worse... converted them into Churches.
Let us face it. What was left (and it was very little) of the Old Kemet, was buried with Tutankhamen.

Still, and this is always worth of stating, the Asetians have Arisen once more from the Depths, and the Abyss in Darkness, to show all Their Beauty and Sacredness.

To Her Highness Aset,
To The Empire.


Best regards,
Karnath.


(1) This is a fantasist adaptation from a parallel made between The Lord of The Rings and the Asetian Tradition. A lot of parallels can be made around it, and research about the parallels are highly recommended.
If you want him, come and claim him. (Arwen)
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Re: Why did the Asetians abandon rulership?

Post by Aleina on 29.12.09 1:57

This is a very nice thread, but I don't have much to add but to agree to the posts above.

The Asetians must have abandoned rulership due to the blindness of mankind.
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