November 22, 2015
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The son of Isis and Osiris and the nephew of Seth. He’s the God of of human civilization itself, and He was thought to incarnate Himself within the Pharaohs. He was basically the Egyptian concept of “the messiah” (i.e., a divine king who saves the world from chaos), and He represents the point where the authority of the Gods transitions to humans. Horus sought revenge against Seth for killing Osiris, but was later reconciled with Him. We believe that in the 20th century, He chose Aleister Crowley for His unlikely prophet, thereby initiating the current New Aeon.
Horus in the form of a man with a hawk’s head
Further reading: Blinding the Inner Horus, On Pharaohs and Priests, More on the Concept of Priesthood, My View on the Law of Thelema