Manu Brahma + Aditi
Prasuti Prajapati (Daksha) = 27 Pleaides
Isis + Osiris
Sirius Orion
Isis + Min = Horus
Isis is said to stem from Thoth and has been linked with Hathor. http://mypage.bluewin.ch/a-z/bokormeier/
Her worship spread well beyond the borders of Egypt, as far away as England. The works of the classical writers identified her with Persephone, Tethys, Athene, etc, just as Osiris was associated with Hades, Dionysos and other foreign gods. In fact, the early Christians deferred some of her attributes to the Virgin Mary. http://www.egyptianmyths.net/isis.htm
Osiris and Set = Two Faces of Sun
Vivifying Scorching
Fresh Water Salt Water
creation vs. destruction
origination vs. restraint
Spring vs. Autumn
moisture vs. drought
plenty vs. scarcity
health vs. fever (typhos)
identity vs. difference
reason vs. irrationality
Order Chaos
Isis and Nepthys = Two Faces of Moon
Isis Nephthys
Birth Death
Waxing Moon Waning Moon
Above the Eath Below the Earth
Osiris + Isis
Osiris + Nephthys
Horus the Younger Anubis Perfected
Creation Mundane Creation
Heavenly Sphere Earthly Plane
Osiris Isis Typhon IV 8/27 8/2
Isis Demeter
earth variegated
Isis – the great Queen of Heaven (a term used for Mary Mother of God). She governed the Shining Heights. http://www.freewebs.com/grailhunters/shiningonesilluminati.htm
creator preserver destroyer John Opsopaus, Five Days out of Time
Isis : Female counterpart of Osiris--Positive female power that brings forth --almost a Mother Earth figure. She was very powerful in that she brought forth the spoken word. (The Papyrus of Ani) http://www.geocities.com/mandaeans/Egypt.html . . . . [approximation]
. . . . 1269, Qi, Horus . . 1080, Yin,
Isis . . . . . . . ............. 666, Yang, Osiris
Yang, Yin, Qi
Osiris, Isis, Horus
666, 1080, 1269 Isis, the greatest goddess of Egypt, was worshipped for over 3000 years. Her attributes are the tree of life, cow, serpent, pig, bird, underworld, Sirius, words of power, and great mother goddess of the universe. http://westgatehouse.com/entry1.html
Isis or Apis, Horias, Statio Hori Apis, the head. Apes, Egyptian; as Aleph, Heb.; captain, chief

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