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The mother of Isis

Postby Asisa » Mon Aug 28, 2017 9:31 pm

It is certain, that, before the stars could be born, there have to be a space. So the stars (Goddess Isis) was after the space (Goddess Nuit)...

And it is funny, that Nuit was found after Isis in History...
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Re: The mother of Isis

Postby AliceKnewIt » Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:57 pm

Nuit is considered one of the oldest deities among the Egyptian pantheon, with her origin being found in the creation story of Heliopolis. (Ancient Egyptian had several creation myths)

The origins of the cult of Isis are very uncertain. Egyptologists Maria Münster and Jan Assmann point to the lack of archaeological evidences for a goddess 'Isis' before the time of the late Old Kingdom of Egypt. The cult of Isis rose to prominence during the Greco-Roman period.
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Re: The mother of Isis

Postby AliceKnewIt » Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:01 pm

Here is a Hymn to Nuit in the Pyramid Texts

http://www.experience-ancient-egypt.com ... -hymntonut
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Re: The mother of Isis

Postby Asisa » Sat Sep 16, 2017 9:00 am

AliceKnewIt wrote:Nuit is considered one of the oldest deities among the Egyptian pantheon, with her origin being found in the creation story of Heliopolis. (Ancient Egyptian had several creation myths)

Or in the I-ching: The
K'un / The Receptive
if you wanna go farther back...

AliceKnewIt wrote:The origins of the cult of Isis are very uncertain. Egyptologists Maria Münster and Jan Assmann point to the lack of archaeological evidences for a goddess 'Isis' before the time of the late Old Kingdom of Egypt. The cult of Isis rose to prominence during the Greco-Roman period.

For Aleister, Isis is just, and that is funny, is-is... The definition of the star:
A star is in the world, so a star is a star!

But his thinking is the thinking of an impississimus (i even can't write the word, so i will surely never know, what the feeling is to be one!i!!! :? )

Isis "after" Aleister is just the break^^
or that sense:
31. But in that profound who shall answer: What is?
32. Not I.
33. Not Thou, O God!
34. Come, let us no more reason together; let us enjoy! Let us be ourselves, silent, unique, apart.

(from Book of Pan (Liber 7)
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