قناة الرايات السود المشرقية
The Keeper of Secret Wisdom – Horus (p.b.u.h.)
Egypt is a land of wonder, an ancient land with a mysterious past, The reality of Ancient Egypt is one of the greatest mysteries in all of history. The tales of Egyptian mythology have survived throughout time. In recent centuries, humanity has unearthed artefacts, temples, and archaic manuscripts, which have preserved the mythological tales of the Ancient Egyptian deities.
Myths are wondrous stories, filled with heroes and heroines, epic battles, and fantastic places, As tales, they can stand on their own and serve as inspiration, However, myths also function on a deeper level, The subjects of myths reflect the universal concerns of mankind throughout history: birth, death, the afterlife, the origin of man and the world, the battle between good and evil and the nature of man himself, These sacred stories have always told universal truths about the world, in which we live, and thus reflect a people’s history and beliefs.
Egyptian Mythology was the belief structure and underlying form of ancient Egyptian culture for thousands of years, Every aspect of life in ancient Egypt was shaped by the stories, which related the very creation of the world and the sustaining of that world by the gods.
One of the most important figures in Ancient Egyptian lore is the god Horus. You may know him by symbolic representations, “Horus” is the Latin version of the Egyptian word “Hor,” which means “the distant one” – a reference to his role as a god of the sky. For this reason, Horus is often depicted with a falcon’s head, Or perhaps you are familiar with the Eye of Horus, a mystical symbol often used to symbolise sacrifice, healing, restoration, and protection, He is regarded as an avenger of wrongs and a defender of order, Horus is well known as a key figure in Ancient Egyptian mythology but there is much more to this ancient figure than what has been recorded by history.