posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 09:55 AM
Okay i will explain this once more.
And ceck the link
The god of the underworld god of egipt and not our god
The ancient Egyptian Eye of Horus or wedjat ('Whole One') is a powerful symbol of protection, and is also considered to confer wisdom, health and
prosperity. Horus was one of the most important Egyptian gods, a sun-god represented as a falcon or with the head of a hawk, whose right eye was the
sun and whose left eye was the moon. He was the son of Osiris (god of the underworld) and Isis (mother goddess). Osiris was slain by his own brother,
the evil Set (jackal-headed god of night), and Horus fought Set to avenge his father's death, winning the battle but losing an eye in the process.
The eye was restored by the magic of the god of wisdom and the moon, Thoth, and this allowed Horus to grant Osiris rebirth in the underworld. The Eye
of Horus symbol was used in funerary rites and decoration, as instructed in the Egyptian Book of the Dead. After 1200 BC, it was also used by the
Egyptians to represent fractions, based on repeated division by two.
As can be seen from the Egyptian tablet on the right, both the right and the left eyes of Horus were depicted by the ancient Egyptians. The wounding
of the left eye served as a mythical explanation of the phases of the moon, and its magical restoration meant that the left was usually the one used
as an amulet and considered to be the 'Eye of Horus'. The right eye is sometimes referred to as the 'Eye of Ra', the sun god, though often little
distinction is made between the two eyes. A depiction of Horus as falcon-god of the sun is available in our article on the Ogdoad.
Variations of the Eye of Horus are often encountered, a notable case being the all-seeing eye in the Great Seal of the United States. The reverse of
the Great Seal is shown below, followed by a detail of the Eye symbol that completes the pyramid.
So it's not our god it's the underworld dude.
This information is in the enciclopedia too so you can aply it has a valid source.