The Horus God-Kings

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The Horus God-Kings

Post by Guest on 27.11.09 6:36

Greetings,

I found quite interesting the fact that there were 10 pre-dynastic Horus God-Kings (according to the Turin Papyrus, the Palermo Stone, etc), in the same way that there is a list of 10 Chaldean Kings by Berossus, and 10 biblical ante-diluvian Patriarchs. Could all these refer to the God-Kings of the Sep Tepy period, mentioned in the Book of Nun?

Here's some info on this subject:
-> http://www.atlantisquest.com/Manetho.html
-> http://cura.free.fr/11kings.html
-> http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01551c.htm

Any thoughts on this are obviously welcome. Smile

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Post by Jonathan on 27.11.09 9:15

It seems to be a possibility, but then again I can't be sure. I'll try to research deeper on that.
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Post by Phoenix on 28.11.09 21:30

Would not the number of Horus God-Kings be the subjective interpretation of the observer? And at this date 5000 years later, subject to the interpretation of the translator?
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Post by Guest on 30.11.09 4:19

Phoenix wrote:Would not the number of Horus God-Kings be the subjective interpretation of the observer? And at this date 5000 years later, subject to the interpretation of the translator?

Given the fact that 10 represents the plenitude of the 4 elements (1+2+3+4: the pythagorian Tetraktys), I would presume that it would be a symbolic number. It would represent completion, perfection, and self-sustained Eternity.

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Post by Guest on 30.11.09 4:25

Also worthy of note is the fact that the tenth God-King is Horus himself, and his corresponding Patriarch is Noah (the chaldean Xisuthros), who survived a Flood. I don't know if there could be any secondary/"secret" meaning in this, but for now I wouldn't discard any possibility.

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