"Osiris," "Isis" and "Horus" are all archetypes representing
cosmic functions and dynamics. However, they developed in connection with real
human beings who became strongly associated with those archetypes. After the
original persons who were THE Osiris, THE Isis and THE Horus, there came others
bearing the same titles...just as "Thoth" is a title which began with
Toth-mus-zurud. I have chosen
to write about here the first three representation of Osiris, Isis and Horus.
In the case of these three archetypes, the titles were always bestowed to a
Father, Mother, Son "Holy Family" whom was believed to be the incarnations of
the First Holy Family.
I will not go into any great detail on the
archetypes themselves as "The Immortals" is about living persons
who embodied a great deal of light in their cells and were thus
able to live for a long period of time.
OSIRIS - The opening of
the universal vault is contained within the nine energy bodies. As above so
below. Osiris is both the Vault in the Heavens and the "Body" that reflects the
Vault in the human passage. The body-vault is the merkabah or ship of stars. As
such, it can be subjected to the corporeal, but it is always resurrecting to the
Age that will sustain it's Sacred Journey of awakening.
ISIS - The Mother
Principle in both reflective and generative modalities. Isis is not earthbound.
Her "Mothership" is a Star Seed planted in the fertile delta of earthen potency.
She can be the still waters of the Lotus Pool, reflecting the wisdom of ages;
yet she is also powerfully present in Creation. Not only as a channel for birth
but as an inseminator of sorts. In the traditional mythic story, when Osiris is
dismembered by Set, it is Isis who collects the 14 parts of his body. Not
able to find the phallus, she creates one, with which she is inseminated to
become pregnant with Horus.
Isis is not a stay-at-home baby-maker. She is a powerful
universal force equal to the task of bringing together the star fields in new
and dynamic patterns within the cosmos.
HORUS - The Son of Suns, Horus is
the Eye of creative focus. It moves through the cosmos as a spherical imprinting
devise, rolling across the star fields imprinting the divine logos or word or
breath of activation upon each and every particle. Through the Hori (Hor Eye)
the whirlwind of breath expands and contracts the vision or focus of worlds in
motion. Consequentially, the Eye of Horus (representing the primary Horian
principle) develops the Language of Light and the many signs, symbols, sacred
utterances and language which come out of that font. Horus as a whole system
develops contact between the Creator and the created, which are both really the
same things from different perspectives. These perspectives are beheld in the
"Eye" and translated into specific Light Mathematic functions. There is kinship
between the Eye of Horus and the Eye of Ra, the latter being a focus / alignment
with the Solar Principle of Creation, the former more a imprinter of worlds. the
"HOR" is the falcon, in whose talons the sun ascends to the sky.
Now to the three individuals profiled here for
Immortals. . .
The First Osiris was Ky'ementu. He was from the worlds of the
constellation of Orion. Unlike
Thoth, he was not from
Rigel, but from Betelgeuse. Ky'ementu was born in that world and not on earth,
yet came here at a very early age and was raised by an Egyptian family (kind of
a Superman thing). No, he didn't arrive in a fiery cradle from heaven. His
"sponsorship" by the Egyptian family was part of a then on-going program of
introducing off-earth genetics into our planet.
Ky'ementu was by inclination a healer who worked primarily
with crystalline star energies in the body. He founded a university and trained
practioners in this art. He later became a Priest-King of Egypt. He was united
with Lihanta as his beloved and wife before becoming Priest-King. Together they
ascended the throne as the Osi'ri (Osiris) and Sais (Isis).
Lihanta was part white-Egyptian (there being white, brown and
black Egyptians in that age) and part Sirian (not of the
lion-headed strain). As a young girl she began to experience profound
visions. As a result, she entered the Priestesses of Meru -- an order of female
visionaries. When her visions revealed her future life with Ky'ementu as the
Priestess-Queen of Egypt, she came to him as he sat in contemplation upon
the banks of the Nile. As she stood before him, Ky'ementu saw a shining light
rise from her spine through the crown of her head and unite with his energy
bodies. Was it "love at first sight" between them? From a perspective of
spiritual union, indeed it was.
The Hori Nebkemnuru was born to Lihanta after his
father, Ky'ementu, had made his transition. Yet Ky'mentu continued to be present
for both his wife-queen and his son. He communed and appeared to them often, for
he had not "died" but instead engendered a greater light field within his body
to move him into a more refined plane of existence that was not ordinarily
visible to those in the energy state he left behind.
As a youth, Nebkemnuru was a chanter and participated also in
sacred dance. He loved horses, raising incredibly beautiful Atlantean horses
(Atlantis was still a continent then), and then created a new breed by mixing the
genetics of the Atlantean equine with a Sirian strain. The horses of
Sirius rarely could survive on earth, but it was revealed to Nebkemnuru that
breeding them to the Atlantean horses created a stable equine strain.
Nebkemnuru co-ruled with his mother until she chose to receive
the greater light mantle and join Ky'ementu in the Tenth Realm (as that state of
Light Being was then called). Nebkemnuru had eight wives during his stay in this
realm. They were all mortal (not queens) and thus transitioned one at a time,
long before Nebkemnuru chose to enter the Tenth Realm. His children were
many, but only three were "Immortals," that is, able to live over 300 years if
view "The Holy Family of
Egypt" in the Akashic Portraits gallery