posted on May, 16 2014 @ 08:43 PM
First and foremost, I'm not going to try and convince anyone using humorous bigotry, but don't think that means I don't care what you think.
Anubis, his name translates to "he who sits upon his mountain which underscores the importance for the protection of the dead. Respected, yet humble
servant. Inventor of mummification. He was so in-tune with the afterlife that he understood the brain was simply a pile of mush, and that all
decisions were made by the heart. What you "know" enters your brain as hatred, enveloped in envy, and could only be treated as prejudices. True
Anubi need not use tools to remove their own brains through their nose, and were able to do so before death, which in turn allowed them to appear as
angels or demons(depending on how Anubi were seen by his ancestors, hence half-beast represented by a scavenger of the past) in all past conflicts
they resolved. Just a man who was seen before his time.
OK, now, first of all, the first three commandments refer very specifically to The Exodus, but require deep understanding of it. They are God's
commandments, for God, by God. First one explains itself, it's just a shame humanity in sin will always revert back to some form of slavery. At least
it's not as bad as it used to be, huh. Anubis bypasses the second commandment. As the god of the afterlife, he knew there was nothing before God.
There's more on this in my previous post.
This is where it gets complicated.
Anubis understands that all creation is God's, and that you can only truly know fear of God by shaking the pillars of Heaven enough to threaten God
with fallibility because there is only room enough in all of creation for one true God to be infallible. Not only that, but the iniquity of fathers'
had sons who created corporations, not completely the same as slavery in ancient Egypt, but the same idea, in which, we the people, within the
corporations, must buy what we make just to survive.
Won't you give me your love?
I'd like to give me one more chance to reveal the band that I know I'm in.
I find hope in servitude, I only wish it not to be in vain for all.
Mutual love is eternal, as is the one and only soul we all share.
I just wanted to say I love you God, for all, for all creation.