posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 08:56 PM
reply to post by RankRancid
no, i don't think horus was ever called the lamb of god. least ways, not in the texts i read on the subject (and i read alot about horus). horus was
(ahem, warning, big theory incoming!) a son of nimrod. nimrod was osiris. he was also known as
and for the finale, i believe there's evidence to suggest that he was an enki host (meaning enki possessed his body).
in the biblical texts on the subject, nimrod BECOMES a mighty one (code word for a nephilim). he wasn't born a nephilim so he was modified after he
was born, and as a result of a decision he made. the name nimrod is really not a name, it's a title. it means "rebel."
he started the rebuilding of the temple of enki, which in biblical text is the tower of babel. you can read about the event also in enmerkar and the
lord of arrata. in addition, you can see an excerpt about it in the enuma elish, it's called the namshub of enki:
Namshub of Enki
it's highly unlikely that the defiant prince, who caused so many problems, would be the father of the lamb of god.