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Post by godofbattle on 24.12.09 13:44

I have heard of many meanings of the eye of horus. I was woundering if someone here could tell me the real meaning.
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 16.10.10 12:52

this is what i found :
some of the writing her is taken from Wikipedia, and then put together again to fit the answer to to your question Wink enjoy Smile

The eye is personified in the goddess Wadjet.

The name Wadjet is derived from 'wadj' meaning 'green' hence 'the green
one' and was known to the Greeks and Romans as 'uraeus' from the
Egyptian 'iaret' meaning 'risen one' from the image of a cobra rising up
in protection.
was one of the earliest of Egyptian deities who later became associated with other goddesses such as Bastet, Bast, and Hathor, that is also associated whit other egyptian goddesses like Isis / aset and sek met .

There are seven different hieroglyphs used to represent the eye, most commonly 'ir.t' in Egyptian, which also has the meaning 'to make or do' or 'one who does.

In the Ancient Egyptian measurement system, the Eye Of Horus defined Old Kingdom number one (1) = 1/2 + 1/4 + 1/8 + 1/16 + 1/32 + 1/64, by throwing away 1/64 for any rational number.

Eye of Horus numbers created six-term rounded-off numbers. The Old Kingdom definition had dropped a seventh term, a remainder 1/64, that was needed to report exact series. During the Middle Kingdom that included the eleventh through fourteenth dynasties, exact series definitions and applications were often written by 6-terms, or less. The Egyptian fraction notation scaled to volume unit remainders to 1/320 hekat. For example, the Egyptian Mathematical Leather Roll, the RMP 2/n table and the Akhmim Wooden Tablet wrote binary quotients and scaled remainders. The metaphorical side of this information linked Old Kingdom fractions 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16, 1/32, and 1/64, to separate parts of the eye.

(This looks a bit like the system programmers use in their daily work ... hmmm ... new question Very Happy)

There are also some places in the world who uses the eye as an protector against the evil eye .

Or another referents is to the all seeing eye Smile

In Norse myth:
Odin gave his eye to get the power of true sight...

So what I am rely trying to say her, is that maybe you should go in to all the myths about the eye and find the commend ground....

cause it is a fact that not only the Egyptians lived in that time and other cultures has stories as well Smile

Sincerely Divine 277

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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Jonathan on 16.10.10 13:59

Asetians are known for their mesmerizing beautiful eyes, said to echo a long and deep history. I myself can't be sure of the truth behind such rumors as far as other Asetians are concerned, but at least with one Guardian we can confirm such truth: Arien Nefer - http://twitter.com/ArienNefer

Undoubtedly stunning beauty lie in those vampire eyes. They exhale such intense energies, exposing strength, power and ageless wisdom. Truly a rare beauty of nature.
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 16.10.10 15:46

Jonathan wrote:Asetians are known for their mesmerizing beautiful eyes, said to echo a long and deep history. I myself can't be sure of the truth behind such rumors as far as other Asetians are concerned, but at least with one Guardian we can confirm such truth: Arien Nefer - http://twitter.com/ArienNefer

Undoubtedly stunning beauty lie in those vampire eyes. They exhale such intense energies, exposing strength, power and ageless wisdom. Truly a rare beauty of nature.
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I see ..and how was that confirmed ?

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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Kalb on 16.10.10 16:49

Jonathan wrote:Asetians are known for their mesmerizing beautiful eyes, said to echo a long and deep history. I myself can't be sure of the truth behind such rumors as far as other Asetians are concerned, but at least with one Guardian we can confirm such truth: Arien Nefer - http://twitter.com/ArienNefer

Undoubtedly stunning beauty lie in those vampire eyes. They exhale such intense energies, exposing strength, power and ageless wisdom. Truly a rare beauty of nature.
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I agree with you Jonathan. Every word you said, I felt! I found myself smiling at your words. Smile
Feng Shui teaches us that: "Your outside is a mirror of your inner" and when we look into the eyes of Arien Nefer we see that there is an infinite world in her eyes! Amazing. A lot of energy and mystery!
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Victor on 17.10.10 5:42

Stalker wrote:
Jonathan wrote:Asetians are known for their mesmerizing beautiful eyes, said to echo a long and deep history. I myself can't be sure of the truth behind such rumors as far as other Asetians are concerned, but at least with one Guardian we can confirm such truth: Arien Nefer - http://twitter.com/ArienNefer

Undoubtedly stunning beauty lie in those vampire eyes. They exhale such intense energies, exposing strength, power and ageless wisdom. Truly a rare beauty of nature.
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I agree with you Jonathan. Every word you said, I felt! I found myself smiling at your words. Smile
Feng Shui teaches us that: "Your outside is a mirror of your inner" and when we look into the eyes of Arien Nefer we see that there is an infinite world in her eyes! Amazing. A lot of energy and mystery!
Oh you brought up the noble Princess Arien Nefer. I can only find one word to describe her divine eyes: Breathtaking.

A perfect example of Scorpion beauty. I have to agree with both of you.

Anyone sensitive enough can see those eyes are not human...
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 17.10.10 10:25

I only see pain ....

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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by AndreiaLi on 17.10.10 10:44

Agree. Beauty, knowledge and Love...

Divine 277 wrote:I only see pain ....


Why do you see that?
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 17.10.10 10:49

the only way I can explain that is by the video I made, cause it is a feeling and feelings that strong , cant be explained in words ...
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 17.10.10 10:53




I will probably get lynched for this ....
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Nebibi on 18.10.10 14:33

1. It maybe possible that Arien may have used someone else's picture, perhaps someone can verify that these are, in fact, Arien's eyes...
2. How does any of this relate to the topic at hand, the eye of Horus?
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Divine 277 on 18.10.10 14:44

ivy wrote:1. It maybe possible that Arien may have used someone else's picture, perhaps someone can verify that these are, in fact, Arien's eyes...
2. How does any of this relate to the topic at hand, the eye of Horus?

No it has nothing to do whit the topic, but I dint start this ( I have already answered this post, and what I found on the topic) ... I just answered their question in a very nice way Smile


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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Victor on 18.10.10 15:51

Concerning Princess Arien:

No, those are Immortal Eyes. Not just some random pretty model she put on her account as avatar... Wink

They speak of past ages, long forgotten to mankind. Maybe some of you cannot see. Well, divine beauty is not at the reach of every mortal.
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Re: meaning of the eye of horus

Post by Elendor on 18.10.10 16:21

Although no one is saying anything bad or dangerous, I decided to lock this thread for now. Arien Nefer is a well known and highly respected vampire within the occult underground in Europe, and I do not wish to create any potential problems with the Aset Ka or any associated Orders. Even though her beauty and timeless wisdom may be admired by many, mortal and immortal, I do not wish this forum to center discussions around anyone's privacy. We are here to discuss traditions and metaphysical knowledge, not individuals. I do this as a sign of honor and respect towards someone known by mortals through many names, and who the Elders know as Arien.
Thanks everyone for your understanding.

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