posted on Dec, 30 2012 @ 11:35 PM
Anubis is not the darkness and doom he is often made out to be, he is a Shower of the Ways along with other fun titals. He is not an evil deity in
Egyptian mythology and is infact, very ancient. If you look at the Egyptian Book of the Dead as an Alchemical guide to Realizing the Philosopher's
Stone, Anubis is a very positive archetype.
The presence of symbols and images do not necessarily mean something sinister, it all depends. Even something genereally held in the positive such
as the Cross, can be used in sinister ways.
I think a serious study into these subjects would illuminate alot of the misunderstanding and paranoia that we see on this thread. It's not that
there arn't particular symbols and configurations being displayed in non-ignorant and purposeful ways in curious places, but that we need to take a
breath, do serious study and research, flex our discernment muscles and get to the heart of the matter and provide real facts and evidence for that
which is being used in a sinister manner. Naughty Masons and Rabid Luciferians and etc. dosn't cut it. It really kills the case when one wildly points
fingers without real proof, it just makes them easy scapegoats, and when a bad apple does drop from the tree, it only fuels the flames.
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