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    Horus's Father Osiris

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    Horus’s story started out like Zeus’ in which they both were trying to hide and escape from death. In the beginning of the story, Set kills Horus’s father Osiris. So Isis, who is Horus’s mother, hides him from Set. So when Horus was young, “Isis brought Horus to an island in the papyrus swamps of the Nile delta. There she secretly nursed and reared her child” (Rosenberg 18). As Horus grew older he knew that someday he would find and save his father. Once he grew up he went on a journey to bring his father back from the dead. Once he found his father he brought him back by removing his own eye and giving it to Osiris. Once Osiris awoken he made Horus the king of Upper and Lower Egypt. Once he saved his father Horus wanted to get revenge and…

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    Eye Of Horus

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    The work of art that I have selected is the Eye of Horus. The Eye of Horus is an amulet that was discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamen. “It depicts the Eye of Horus flanked by the cobra goddess representing Lower Egypt and the vulture goddess representing Upper Egypt. The Egyptians used the eye as a funerary amulet for protection against evil and to guide their rebirth in the underworld” (Alchin). This amulet is made of gold and glass. Formal qualities of art include visual elements and visual…

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    The Narmer's Palette

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    crown and more elaborate costume than everyone else. The crown he is wearing has been identified as the Red Crown, that is usually associated with Lower Egypt. He is also visibly larger in size which emphasizes his importance over others. The King appears to be armed and also barefoot. The man walking behind him is the sandal bearer. The fact that everyone is barefoot shows that they are walking on sacred ground. The entire procession is walking towards two rows of beheaded men. They represent…

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    One of the main details that you may notice is the virgin birth just as Jesus in the Christian religion. ”The story of the Virgin Birth originated, over 4000 years ago, in ancient Kemet (Egypt). Osiris, Horus, and Isis were the prototypes for the contemporary versions of the Father, Son and the Holy Ghost. Unfortunately, Christianity has limited significance of the female and reduced her role to the vague and nebulouse position of a Holy Ghost.” (“From the Browder File” written by Anthony…

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    Sun God Ra Research Paper

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    bring light to earth. He has the ability of producing life on earth, as well as removing life altogether, is one of the most interesting myths to every form on the basis of Ra. He sheds light and warmth in the morning, bringing a new day for the people of Egypt, as well as returning earth to its night time. He is the god who controlled the universe existence. The name Ra signifies sunlight, warmth and growth. Due to the primary sources discovered, it is obvious that the Egyptians believed to…

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    the Nile, Khnum the creator of water and life, and Osiris’ bloodstream was the Nile. The second plague, the plague of frogs, corresponds with Heket. Heket is the goddess of childbirth and is represented by a frog. Plague five, the plague on livestock goes along with Hathor and with Apis. Hathor is the mother and sky goddess and is represented by a cow, and Apis is the symbol of fertility, as represented by a bull. Plagues seven and eight, the plagues of hail and locusts respectively, connect…

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    Meet Brian Thomas Mettenbrink, an unsuspecting 20-year-old computer geek from Nebraska. He looks just like you and me, acts just like you and me, but yet there is a defining difference about him that separates us: he will be serving a year sentencing in a federal prison for his relation to the 2008 DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack on the Church of Scientology’s website called Project Chanology. The goal of a DDoS attack is to overwhelm the targeted website with repeated access…

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    Egyptian Myths

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    For centuries mankind has been telling stories as a form of entertainment, but more importantly cultures use these stories as a way to pass down traditions and morals. Myths can be about a culture’s gods or their beliefs in creation, but to really understand a culture one must look at what they value in a leader. From Egypt to Rome to India, these cultures all have stories about their ideal figure, who teach their people as their noble rulers, through their journey on worthy quests, or even just…

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    Horus Movie Analysis

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    alternative Egypt, In this world, the earth is flat and gods live among mortal humans, Gods rule over humans as their kings and queen. The way you can tell if someone royalty, They are distinguished from humans by their greater height, golden blood, and ability to transform into animal-headed deity forms. Bek, a mortal thief, Zaya, caring women Was attend the coronation of Horus, The Sky god by his father king Osiris. But, during the ceremony, Osiris was killed by his jealous brother Set, gold…

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    Horus Research Paper

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    The story of Horus Horus was born on December 25th of a virgin. His birth was concurrent with a star in the east, three kings came to locate and worship the new savior. When he was 30 he was baptized and began his preaching. Horus had 12 disciples he. Horus was known as The Truth, The Light, the Good Shepherd, The Lamb of God, and others. After being betrayed, Horus was crucified, buried for three days and then resurrected. We don’t know if the myth was created by the Egyptians or if it was…

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