“Thereupon Horus sought the aid of the god Thoth, the master of all magic, by whose aid he changed himself into a great sun-disk, with resplendent wings outstretched on either side.”. When the Ancients flew to earth did these nostalgic wayfarers build scale models, temples, in memory of abandoned settlements left behind in a once Eden-like Cydonia?… Anomaly enhanced with Micrografix, stretch detail filter:  Netscape only please 800 X 600 “The Company of the Gods rejoiced, rejoiced, at the coming of Horus, the son of Osiris, whose heart was firm, the triumphant, the son of Isis, the heir of Osiris. “Book of the Dead“ overlay slightly skewed to adjust for perspective   EDITOR’S NOTE: LOOK INTO THE DYNAMIC SYMMETRY. The following image is merely a rough clue and does not necessarily match the proportions above. At this point, either or other geometry might apply.  I am only posting an alert here […] Read More


HORUS (Hor, Heru, Her) Symbols: hawk/falcon, bull, Double Crown, Winged Disk, Udjat, Sphinx, weapons, iron, blacksmiths Cult Center: Edfu, Buto and Heliopolis Myths: Isis and Osiris The falcon-headed god, the kings of Egypt associated themselves with Horus. Horus was among the most important gods of Egypt, particularly because the Pharaoh was supposed to be his earthly embodiment. Kings would eventually take the name of Horus as one of their own. At the same time, the Pharaohs were the followers of Re and so Horus became associated with the sun as well. To the people, this solar deity became identified as the son of Osiris. Attempts to resolve the conflicts between these different gods in different parts of Egypt resulted in at least fifteen distinct forms of Horus. They can be divided fairly easily into two groups, solar and Osirian, based on the parentage of the particular form of Horus. […] Read More