The Egyptians say that Isis is the motherGod and Ra (Re) the more male God. Isis made Horus to revenge the death of Osiris, which was killed by Seth,
the evil brother of Osiris. Most people know this story.
But then I read this:
Many believe Mary, mother of Jesus, was an incarnation of Isis. www.crystalinks.com...
in Egypt in what was a shrine of Isis, later a church of the Virgin Mary. www.tarotcat.com...
Jesus and Mary to fulfill their aim to rein act the death and resurrection of Osiris by the crucifixion of Jesus and his resurrection from the dead.
And so there are hundreds pages left which confirm that they thought that Isis was the reincarnation of Mary, the mother of Jesus.
There is also mentioned that the fight between good and evil (Seth against Horus) took days. I personally think that Horus and Jezus where really the
for the simularities between Jesus and Horus (Seth would be Satan).
It seems perhaps clear and nice that they could very likely be the same person... whatever happens to the Bible? You have to say that if the Egyptians
had so many Gods, the Bible should have also, and yes there is spoken of Elohim which means Gods and not God.
What happens to the idea that Mozes Gods fought against the Gods of the Egyptians? If they where the same Gods, there wouldn't be a reason to fight
against eachother... or perhaps there where Gods which came from different places... from Sirius and from Orion...?
The Gods of the Orion system could be Satan (1/3th of the total of Gods) and because the God of Sirius (God of Mozes and Jesus) was attacking them,
the Egyptians asked Satan from Orion for help, but they lost.
This explains why the Gods started a war because some were for Seth and some weren't, and perhaps it does also explain why some pyramids are 66,6
meter high. It does also explain why the first rule of the Christians is: you will not honour other Gods... perhaps because there were 2 Gods (Sirius
The God of the Islam is the same as the God of the Bible www.gnosis.org...
(read number 114.) and the Gods of the Bible are
intertwined with the Gods of the Egyptians.
Is this a bit a reasonable reasoning... by which more or less the different Gods could be connected to each other
And could it be reasonable to think there were Gods from different places... which explains the first rule... and explains Satan... I personally do