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It has long been recognized that the ancient Egyptians did not have a ‘religion’ - at least not in the sense that we understand the meaning of this word today…the fact remains that it cannot be found in the vocabulary of the ancient Egyptians. It simply does not exist. As the eminent Egyptologist and philologist Alan H. Gardiner explains, ‘From the Egyptian point of view we may say that there is no such thing as ”religion;” there was only “heka,” the nearest English equivalent of which is magical power.

Graham Hancock and Robert Bauval / <cite>Talisman (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

These sacred mysteries were the same amongst the priests of the Maya...the Druids, and the priests of Egypt, and the same as we practice

Albert Churchward / <cite>The Arcana of Freemasonry (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Freemasonry is simply Theosophy. It is the perpetuation of the worship of the old pagan gods of ancient Egypt

Penney Hunt / <cite>The Menace of Freemasonry (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

If we remain attentive to the symbolism that masonry employs, we are on safe ground when drawing our conclusions as to the orientation and agendas of the secretive cabal. We ardently believe the symbolism to be an accurate revealer of masonry's purpose. The symbols, words, terms, and rituals employed by the world's masonic orders clearly originate from two ancient sources - Egypt and Ireland. It is a futile endeavor for anyone to dispute this fact. The philosophy of masonry is patently solar and, although it may not be strictly "monotheistic," there can be little doubt that masons are, metaphysically speaking, primarily concerned with the veneration of light.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The White House - now shares the same name as the new government center in Moscow. The name originally comes from Egypt. The White and Red Houses of the late first dynasty were departments that officiated for the will of pharaoh. The second most important state building in Egypt was the treasury. It was known as Per Hetch, meaning "White House."

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The Romans dominated Egypt for four hundred years, from the time of Augustus (30 BC to 395 AD).

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Egypt had been a relatively stable society for thousands of years, both before and after this rebel pharaoh, the capital cities, temples, gods, arts, and social grades of the empire had changed little. Akhenaton would change them all. His whole career was out of the ordinary

Ralph Ellis / <cite>Jesus: Last of the Pharaohs (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

...Petrie found evidence in an Egyptian tomb in Sinai that the Aten religion was worshipped here after it was forbidden in Egypt

Gerald O'Farrell / <cite>The Tutankhamun Deception (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Following the death of the last 12th Dynasty Pharaoh, c.1786 BC, Egypt plunged into another Dark Age. This time the cause does not seem to have been internal revolution but rather the invasion of the country by a mysterious people called the Hyksos. These foreigners, called variously the "Shepherd Kings" or "Sea Peoples," controlled the country for some two hundred years...This is very interesting from the Biblical point of view, for if there is any truth in the story of Abraham's migration and the subsequent settling of the children of Israel in Egypt, then it has to have happened around this time

Adrian G. Gilbert / <cite>Magi: The Quest for a Secret Tradition (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Tiye was not overly concerned whether Egypt would balk at accepting her foreign-blooded son as king. As long as he married legally he would have to be accepted as the legitimate pharaoh. It also appears that her husband Amenhotep III (King Solomon) had a very romantic and amorous nature. He constantly sought the company of women. The satisfaction of his physical needs appears to have been his primary passion in life, and his Israelite queen appears to not have interfered with his peccadilloes. Indeed, she exploited them. As a result Amenhotep III enjoyed intimate liaisons with innumerable native and foreign princesses. These liaisons ensured favorable relationships with foreign governments. Consequently, the reign of Amenhotep III and Tiye was known to have been a pleasant and nonviolent one. However, given Amenhotep III's success in sexual conquest we must ask questions concerning his overall competence as a ruler. It may be realistic, if rather alarming, to surmise that the official duties were taken over by his cunning wife and her retinue of Israelites. In other words, if we are seeking for any point during the eighteenth dynasty (other than the period of Akhenaton's personal reign) for gross breaches of normal procedure and conduct and for suspicious insider-intrigue that may have destabilized the country, it is this period that warrants attention. Although the official history declares Amenhotep III's reign to be one of great stability and excellent foreign connections, we sense that the horrors of later times were rooted in the not so obvious political intrigues of his time.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Tuthmosis IV was, like his father Amenhotep II, a belligerent pharaoh and one of the first to wage war without provocation beyond Egypt's boundaries. As a result of his aggressive attacks slaves and foreign elements were common in Egypt. Consequently, there was more intermarriage during his reign than at other times. Egypt was visited by merchants and traders and was extremely prosperous and cosmopolitan during this period.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

During the transition into the Age of Aries the rulers in Egypt, and the Solar Cult's most prominent leaders, were the so-called "Broken Kings" of the eighteenth dynasty, namely, the ancestors and descendants of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaton). Scholars Ahmed Osman, Moustafa Gadalla, and Ralph Ellis, have expertly and controversially shown that many of these personalities were prototypes for later biblical characters. The main nobles and royals of the eighteenth dynasty areas follows. (The dates of reign are approximates, and are subject to rectification.)

Ahmose I (Ahmosis): (1550 to 1525 BC)
Amenhotep I: (1526 to 1506 BC)
Tuthmosis I: (1506 to 1493 BC)
Tuthmosis II: (1493 to 1479 BC)
Queen Hatshepsut: (1479 to 1458 or 1457 BC)
Tuthmosis III: (1479 to 1425 BC)
Amenhotep II: (1427 to 1401 or 1397 BC)
Tuthmosis IV: (1401 to 1391, or 1397 to 1388 BC)
Yuya (Joseph)
Amenhotep III: (1391 to 1353 BC)
Queen Tiye (or Tei)
Queen Sitamun
Amenhotep IV (also known as Ikhnaton or Akhenaton: 1353 to 1336 BC)
Queen Nefertiti
Queen Kiya (or Kiyah)
Princess Meritaten (Scota)
Smenkhare: (1336 to 1335, or perhaps 1334)
Tutankhamen: (1333 to 1324 BC)
Aye (or Aya: 1324 to 1320 BC)
Heremheb: (1320 to 1292 BC)

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

In the vast majority of cases the secret society symbolism hearkens from two places - Ireland and Egypt.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The expelled Atonists of Egypt had quickly managed to find new homes in Greece, Syria, Crete, and other countries, so it is not unlikely that they also had many friends in Italy, especially among the patrician families who admired Egypt and who would one day conquer it for themselves. Yes, the Atonists would have coveted the hospitality of the Roman elite. In Rome they would have had access to the men whose empires controlled the world. From there they could commission agents to concoct historical and religious motifs to suit their vision of themselves. We believe Rome was chosen as a new headquarters by Akhenaton's Atonists.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The origins of Judeo-Christianity are to be found in Egypt.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Another innovative feature of the Eighteenth Dynasty was the brand new location selected by the kings for their burial. It appears they abandoned the earlier custom of pyramid building and opted for deep rock-cut tombs instead.

Lorraine Evans / <cite>Kingdom of the Ark (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

All is made clear,regarding Abraham and Sarah's traversal into Egypt, when we realize what biblicists meant by the term "Egypt." As Ralph Ellis so brilliantly points out, the name Egypt was employed by the composers of the Old Testament to denote Thebes in Lower Egypt. This was the city and region controlled by the adversaries of the Hyksos. It was considered a separate region, with different rulers, gods, customs, and politics. So, it was not the country of Egypt that Abraham visited, but Thebes within Egypt.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

The Jewish holy book, the Talmud, does not refer to Jesus as either a native Galilean or as coming from Nazareth, but it does state dogmatically that he came from Egypt.

Picket and Prince / <cite>Templar Revelation (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

As we have outlined in Volume One, Christianity was created in Britain and eventually transplanted to the Middle East. The story of Jesus did not originate in Galilee or Judea as the Gospels state. The men who invented the story of Jesus had their origins in Egypt of the eighteenth dynasty. They were the Atonists.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Amenemhet I (1991-1962 BC) was titled "Amen is the Head." He was the first king of the twelfth dynasty, and his ancestry is unknown. Some scholars suspect he was the prototype for the Biblical patriarch known as Abraham. However, this would place Abraham in Egypt before the official dates for the invasion of the Hyksos. The problem is less complicated once we understand that the Hyksos were not invaders from outside Egypt. They were foreign to Upper Egypt but not to Egypt itself. The groups that invaded during the thirteenth dynasty may have been related to the noble families of Lower Egypt, that is, of the Hyksos Kings. They may have entered the land by invitation. Later, as the dynasties changed, these visitors appear to have been considered unwelcome guests or invaders.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Since the building of Constantinople, and the removal of the seat of government to that city, no political quarrel separated Rome from Egypt. Pagan Rome, ever since the union of the two countries under Augustus, except when interrupted by the rebellions, had been eagerly copying the superstitions of Egypt, and Christian Rome still followed the same course.

Samuel Sharpe / <cite>Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

The religions of Christianity and Judaism originate from the same source, and that source is Egypt. Egyptian culture and religion had its source also, and that source is Ireland. Ireland's Druidic and proto-Druidic traditions, likewise, had their source in the pre-diluvian civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria. These facts will come as something of a shock to the majority of those readers who have received their education from conventional sources and who have tended to blithely accept on faith all that pours forth from the mouths and pens of the so-called "historians"and "experts" who believe themselves informed about the world of the past.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 2</cite>

Khem was an ancient name for the land of Egypt; and both the words alchemy and chemistry are a perpetual reminder of the priority of Egypt's scientific knowledge.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

It is not strange that the erudite Moses, initiated in Egypt, should teach the Jews a philosophy containing the more important principles of Egyptian esotericism. The religions of Egypt at the time of the Israelitic captivity were far older than even the Egyptians themselves realized. Histories were difficult to compile in those days, and the Egyptians were satisfied to trace their race back to a mythological period when the gods themselves walked the earth and with their own power established the Double Empire of the Nile. The Egyptians did not dream that these divine progenitors were the Atlanteans, who, forced to abandon their seven islands because of volcanic cataclysms, had immigrated into Egypt--then an Atlantean colony--where they established a great philosophic and literary center of civilization which was later to influence profoundly the religions and science of unnumbered races and peoples. Today Egypt is forgotten, but things Egyptian will always be remembered and revered. Egypt is dead--yet it lives immortal in its philosophy, and architectonics.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

Egypt, a great center of learning and the birthplace of many arts and sciences, furnished an ideal environment for transcendental experimentation. Here the black magicians of Atlantis continued to exercise their superhuman powers until they had completely undermined and corrupted the morals of the primitive Mysteries. By establishing a sacerdotal caste they usurped the position formerly occupied by the initiates, and seized the reins of spiritual government. Thus black magic dictated the state religion and paralyzed the intellectual and spiritual activities of the individual by demanding his complete and unhesitating acquiescence in the dogma formulated by the priestcraft. The Pharaoh became a puppet in the hands of the Scarlet Council--a committee of arch-sorcerers elevated to power by the priesthood.

Manly P. Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

[...] evidence is now coming out showing that Egypt was colonized by Western people over 15,000 years ago.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

The ancient civilization of the land we call Egypt has been pronounced by archaeologists as flawless of its type from the very first. It reveals none of the painful steps from primeval beginnings passing through the Paleolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age, to that of Iron. It apparently burst upon the scene into exotic radiance, its perfected civilization accordingly having been described as a miracle. Science cannot admit any such miracle and another explanation must be forthcoming

Comyns Beaumont / <cite>The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Beaumont specifically pointed out that the cultural elements and idioms regarded as "Egyptian" could not have originated in the land of the Nile. This single fact is inviolate and cannot be denied. It is obvious to those who have taken the time to study the subject, that the Egyptian civilization was transplanted by Western adepts and elders.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

It is still an act of academic heresy to regard Egypt as the cradle of civilization and originator of Jewish and Christian religious traditions.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

Scholars accept without question that the Greeks and Romans fused several deities together to form individual members of their own pantheons. Serapis, Dionysus, Mithras, and even Zeus, were composites of archaic Egyptian and Sumerian gods. The Egyptians were not above the same plagiarization. Many of their gods and goddesses were fusions of more ancient figures. This is particularly true of Hathor, Ptah, Osiris, and Horus. Scholars readily accept that the Greeks and Romans borrowed their gods from Egypt. They are, however, not as receptive to the idea that the Egyptians had done something similar. The Western origins of Egyptian cultural elements is not to be broached or considered.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

...many of the officials, courtiers, and priests, representing the upper class of Egyptian society but not the royalty, looked strikingly like modern Europeans, especially long-headed ones

Carleton Coon / <cite>The Races of Europe (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Only the mummies of a very few pharaohs have survived to the 20th century, but a large proportion of these are blond

Grafton Smith mentions the distinct red hair of the 18th dynasty mummy Henutmehet

The Egyptians have left us many paintings and statues of blonds and redheads. Amenhotep III's tomb painting shows him as having light red hair. Also, his features are quite Caucasian

A farm scene from around 2000 B.C., in the tomb of the nobleman Meketre shows a redhead

The tomb of Menna (18th Dynasty) at Western Thebes shows blond girls

The god Horus is usually depicted as white. He is very white in the Book of the Dead, of Lady Cheritwebeshet (21st dynasty), found in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo

The eye of Horus, the so-called "Wedjat Eye," is always blue

The Greek author Plutarch, in the 22nd chapter of his De Iside et Osiride, states that the Egyptians thought Horus to be fair-skinned, and the god Seth to be of a ruddy complexion

The mummies of Rameses II and Prince Yuaa have fine silky yellow hair. The mummy of another pharaoh, Thothmes II, has light chestnut-colored hair. Microscopic examinations showed that the hair roots contained natural red pigments and that during his younger days, Rameses II had been a redhead

A very striking painting of a yellow-haired man hunting from a chariot can be found in the tomb of Userhet, Royal Scribe of Amenophis II. The yellow-haired man is Userhet. The same tomb has paintings of blond soldiers

The tomb of Menna also has a wall painting showing a blond man supervising two dark-haired workers scooping grain.

Time-Life books put out a volume called Rameses II, the Great. It has a good picture of the blond mummy of Rameses II. Another picture can be found in the book X-Raying the Pharaohs...the picture on the jacket cover...shows his yellow hair

The funerary stele (inscribed stone slab) of priest Remi clearly shows him as having red hair

A painting of the mother of Pharaoh Amenhotep IV (18th Dynasty), reveals that she had blond hair, blue eyes, and a rosy complexion

Princess Ranofri, a daughter of Pharaoh Tuthmosis III (18th dynasty), is depicted as a blond in a wall painting that was recorded in the 19th century, by the Italian Egyptologist Ippolito Rosellini

In 1929 archaeologists discovered the mummy of fifty year-old Queen Meryet-Amun (another daughter of Tuthmosis III); the mummy has wavy, light-brown hair

Paintings of blonds and redheads have been found among the tombs at Thebes

Amenhotep III looks northern European in his statue

A blond woman was painted at the tomb of Djeser-ka-ra-seneb in Thebes

A model of a ship from about 2500 B.C. is manned by five blond sailors

The god Nuit was painted as white and blond

Two statues from about 2570 B.C., found in the tombs at Medum, show Prince Rahotep and his wife Nofret. He has light green stones for eyes. She has violet-blue stones

A painting from Iteti's tomb at Saqqara shows a very Nordic-looking man with blond hair

A painting at the tomb of Meresankh III at Giza, from about 2485 B.C., shows white skin and red hair

Paintings of people with red hair and blue eyes were found at the tomb of Bagt in Beni Hassan. Many other tombs at Beni Hassan have paintings of individuals with blond and red hair as well as blue eyes

An article in a leading British anthropological journal states that many mummies have dark reddish-brown hair. Professor Vacher De Lapouge described a blond mummy found at Al Amrah, which he says has the face and skull measurements of a typical Gaul or Saxon

The book History of Egyptian Mummies mentions a mummy with reddish-brown hair

A blond mummy was found at Kawamil along with many chestnut-colored ones

The very first pharaoh, Narmer (also known as Menes), appears to be very Caucasian

Mary Sutherland / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

Ancient Egypt, for instance, was essentially a penetration of Caucasoid racial elements into Africa

Robert Gayre / <cite>quoted by Michael Tsarion</cite>

The predynastic Egyptians, that is to say, that stratum of them which was indigenous to North Africa, belonged to a white or light-skinned race with fair hair, who in many particulars resembled the Libyans, who in later historical times lived very near the western bank of the Nile

E. A. W. Budge / <cite>Egypt in the Neolithic and Archaic Periods (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

When modern academics composed reference books about early Egyptian history, they scrupulously avoided mention of the impressive body of ancient evidence attesting to the celestial rulers of predynastic Egypt

Tony Bushby / <cite>The Secret in the Bible (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Towards the end of the IV millennium B.C. the people known as the Disciples of Horus appear as a highly dominant aristocracy that governed entire Egypt. The theory of the existence of this race is supported by the discovery in the pre-dynastic tombs, in the northern part of Higher Egypt, of the anatomical remains of individuals with bigger skulls and builds than the native population, with so much difference to exclude any hypothetical common racial strain. The fusion of the two races must have come about in ages that concurred, more or less, with the unification of the two Egyptian Kingdoms...The racial origin of these invaders is not known and the route they took in their penetration of Egypt is equally obscure

...we find that at the dawn of the historic period Egypt was divided into the two rival kingdoms of the North and the South, both ruled by a royal house and aristocracy of the same race and both known traditionally as the "Followers of Horus" - the demigods of Manetho's history

Walter B. Emery / <cite>Archaic Egypt: Culture and Civilization in Egypt Five Thousand Years Ago (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

...the famous Egyptologist, author of "Archaic Egypt"...discovered the remains of individuals who lived in the pre-dynastic epoch. These presented a dolichocephalous skull, larger than that of the local ethnic group, fair hair and a taller, heavier build. Emery declared that this stock wasn't indigenous to Egypt but had performed an important sacerdotal and governmental role in this country. This race kept its distance from the common people, blending only with the aristocratic classes and the scholar associated them with the Shemsu Hor, the "disciples of Horus"...The Shemsu Hor are recognized as the dominant sacerdotal caste in pre-dynastic Egypt (until approximately 3000 B.C.), being mentioned in the Turin papyrus and the list of the kings of Abydos.

Vittorio Di Cesare and Adriano Forgione / <cite>Malta: Skulls of the Mother Goddess (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

One of the most important finds within the land of Egypt occurred when the Egyptologist and archaeologist Professor Walter B. Emery (1903-1971) was excavating tombs at the necropolis of Saqqara, one of the oldest cities in the land. There Professor Emery discovered men with blond hair and fair complexions. These individuals were revered and honored by the Egyptians as specially endowed elite.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

The land we now call Egypt was colonized...and was originally peopled by fair Celts from the shores of Britain. This was the Exodus of the Aryans, some of whom returned later to their primeval homes

Comyns Beaumont / <cite>Riddle of Pre-Historic Britain (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

In Egypt the staff was rendered as a shepherd's crook that was a symbol for the pharaohs, the Druids of Egypt. The pharaohs wore the serpent on their headgear and the serpent was the symbol of the Magi of Ireland, the Naddreds, or Druids.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

The ancient civilization of the land we call Egypt has been pronounced by archaeologists as flawless of its type from the very first. It reveals none of the painful steps from primeval beginnings passing through the Paleolithic, Neolithic, and Bronze Age, to that of Iron. It apparently burst upon the scene into exotic radiance, its perfected civilization accordingly having been described as a miracle. Science cannot admit any such miracle and another explanation must be forthcoming

Comyns Beaumont / <cite>The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain (quoted by Michael Tsarion)</cite>

Most historians accept that Egypt was a cradle of civilization, and that many cultural idioms and traditions come from there. What has yet to be understood, however, is the manner in which Egypt inherited its cultural elements from the lands of the North-West. This fact is not known today because of the threat it poses to Rome and London, the Vatican and Crown, and to all those who have profited from the suppression of knowledge.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1</cite>

But the inititate-priests of the Egyptian temples who knew that Sirius was a three-star system were well aware, thousands of years earlier, that the earth rotates around the Sun.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Unlike in Babylon, where kings acted independently of the priesthood, leading to extremes of despotic cruelty, the pharaohs of Egypt ruled under the aegis of the initiate priests.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Egyptian civilization represents a great new impulse in human evolution, very different from the oriental civilization which had taught that matter is maya, or illusion. The Egyptians initiated the great spiritual mission of the West, sometimes called in alchemy, Sufism Freemasonry, and elsewhere in the secret societies, the Work. The mission was to work on matter, to cut it, carve it, to imbue it with intention until every particle of matter in the universe had been worked on and spiritualized. The Great Pyramid was the first manifestation of this urge.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

But the history of the last god to rule as king of the earth is recorded in ints fullest version in Egyptian rather than Greek tradition.

Mark Booth / <cite>The Secret History of the World</cite>

Ergo, it is not St. George who is the patron saint of England, but Set of the Hyksos. In general terms whenever the code term "red" is used in the Old Testament, it denotes the Hyksos dynasty. Connected to the Order of the Garter, is the Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael and St. George, formed in 1818. Aditionally, legend has it that the senior members of the Merovingian dynasty of France (founders of the Knights Templar) had birthmarks in the shape of a red cross.

Michael Tsarion / <cite>The Irish Origins of Civilization Bonus Disc</cite>

Direct evidence may never be found, but circumstances indictate that Julius Caesar's main business in Egypt was to secure the consent of the Priests of Ammon to his world rulership. Caesar himself was a high priest according to Josephus. When the weakness of the organization became apparent Caesar's ambition mounted, ambition not to be king, but to be god. Indeed in the time of Augustus Caesar daily sacrifices were made by the masses to Octavius as a god. Unlike Alexander, Julius Caesar preempted the powers of Egypt and was directly assassinated as a result of a whispering campaign of the priesthood. Egypt and Rome warred under Antony and Octavius and Rome won, but three hundred years later Constantine was won over to the other side. Such fluctuations of power had happened often. The seclusion of the Popes at Avignon is another example. The struggle between the priests of Typhon and those of Osiris is a third. Milton has dramatized this sublimated story in his Paradise Lost. Satan was the symbolized form for the Priests of Sat in the temple of Sat in Egypt under Typhon.

Henry Binkley Stein / <cite>Thirty Thousand Gods Before Jehovah</cite>

The Egyptians would sacrifice red-headed men on the tomb of Osiris because red was the colour associated with Set, the Egyptian version of Satan.

David Icke / <cite>The Biggest Secret</cite>

So everyone borrows from everyone else, and that's true of religion. The only problem is understanding who had the original concept. All of this began in Egypt. With Egypt we are talking about Africa, and in Africa we are talking about black people.

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Matrix of Power</cite>

The original trinity in Egypt was the three life spans of the sun, or the three life spans in life. Morning, noon, and night. With people we have the newborn, the mature, and the dying. This is where we got the original concept for the trinity. In Egypt, Horus was the beginning, the sun coming up on the horizon, which was the newborn.

Jordan Maxwell / <cite>Matrix of Power</cite>

There is every reason to suppose that only those who had received some grade of initiation were mummified; for it is certain that, in the eyes of the Egyptians, mummification effectually prevented reincarnation. Reincarnation was necessary to imperfect souls, to those who had failed to pass the tests of initiation; but for those who had the Will and the capacity to enter the Secret Adytum, there was seldom necessity for that liberation of the soul which is said to be effected by the destruction of the body. The body of the Initiate was therefore preserved after death as a species of Talisman or material basis for the manifestation of the Soul upon earth.

S.S.D.D. / <cite>Egyptian Magic</cite>

The headdresses of the Egyptians have great symbolic and emblematic importance, for they represent the auric bodies of the superhuman intelligences, and are used in the same way that the nimbus, halo, and aureole are used in Christian religious art.

Manly P Hall / <cite>The Secret Teachings of all Ages</cite>

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