Who is this guy? I want to be him.
It's identified as ra-hoor-khuit, but I don't see harpocrates, so I was wondering if this really was ra-hoor-khuit or if it was Heruraha. I can't find a picture of Heruraha so I don't even know if he has a visual depiction... I know RHK and HPK are two sides of the same coin though, but I don't know how to really take this (if I should see Heruraha as a combo of two gods, of as one God with two sides).
This is the cover of Tantric Thelema, apparently.
I get that it's the three characters of Liber Legis (globe is hadit; sky is nuit), but if seems like he's missing his other half if it's just ra-hoor-khuit.
On a related note, why isn't Heruraha the third speaker of the book? It seems like it would be more complete? Or is it because harpocrates is silence so he IS there, just in the Silence?
I have this thought that we are hadit, the all is nuit, and so when we become one with nuit (the all) we become ra-hoor-khuit? Is this right? How do we become Heruraha, or do we?
EDIT: I'm also confused on who heru-paar-kraat is. I read online that it's just another name for hoor-paar-kraat, but 776.5 has both the names. I'm doing some research on this site, but haven't found anything conclusive so far.