Egyptian symbolism is all around us in day-to-day life, perhaps no symbol more widly used and recognizable as that of the Egyptian god Horus. Most commonly you will find his eye in the capstone of the pyramid on the back of a uS one dollar bill, the “all-seeing eye” or “eye of providence.” This alone is a good reason to make yourself familiar with the “mythology” of Horus. Occultists know that Horus (Isis+Osiris) is an alternate name for Satan.
Horus is the son/reincarnation of Osiris and Isis. His right eye was white and represented the sun; his left eye was black and represented the moon (or lucifer and satan accordingly). Horus lost his left eye to his evil brother, Seth, whom he fought to avenge Seth’s murder of Osiris. Ultimately Seth lost the battle. The eye of Horus was reassembled by the magic of Thoth, the god of writing, the moon and magic. Horus presented his eye to Osiris, who experienced rebirth in the underworld.
Much like the symbolism of Horus this illustration can be seen in different ways, those who are in line with the esoteric teachings and those of us who just don’t want to see anymore Horus sh!t. For more visit neopopart.com and be sure to “Like” facebook.com/neopopartstudio