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Friday, 8 May 2009

The Ausarian Drama or Resurrection

The trilogy of Auset (Isis), Ausar (Orisis), and Heru (Horus) (Ausarian Drama) is 4100 years older than Christianity. In the story, the God Ausar, was killed by his brother, Set (origin of the word Satan). The son (Sun) of Ausar, named Heru, avenged his father's death by fighting with Set. His father was resurrected from death.

This original story (prototype for Constantine's bible) is published in detail in the Book of coming forth by day erroneously known as the book of the dead. The earliest Book of the Dead on record dates to the mid-fifteenth century BCE, but some of the spells had their origins in the Pyramid Texts from the 5th and 6th Dynasties, carved more than 1000 years earlier.

The Pyramid Texts themselves in part refer in their own turn to rituals and practices probably in common usage 1000 years prior to them. Some of the texts were found on the walls of tombs, on coffins, written on linen or vellum, and on papyrus.

Maat Hotep


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