25 Jun

The Gods of Egypt Movie – Aeon of Horus

Gods of Egypt Movie

Recently I viewed the movie Gods of Egypt. I assumed I was about to view an all-you-can-eat occult buffet. I was right. To no one’s surprise the Gods of Egypt movie has strong occult meaning. I am constantly writing about the Age of Aquarius / Aeon of Horus because it is so very relevant right now in the media. I write about this often because it is worth repeating. After December 21st 2012 (the end of the Mayan calendar if you recall) followers of the occult religion of the Thelema have been pushing hard to usher out the Aeon of Osiris and usher in the Aeon of Horus and I will explain that in detail below. This coincides with the ushering out the Age of Pisces and ushering in the Age of Aquarius (astrological ages). The Aeons are an important concept when viewing the Gods of Egypt. It is the purpose of making the movie. Let us dive in …

Near the beginning of the movie is the coronation of the crowning of Horus. It is a ceremony where hundreds of thousands of Egyptians gather to celebrate in an extravagant town square somewhere in Egypt. However there are more than mortals at the ritual. Many Egyptian Gods are present and accounted for. The Egyptian Gods are giants in comparison to the mortals (about 3x the size of normal humans). And they bleed like the mortals. But by contrast they bleed gold. In this way they are half god half mortals half gods. Isn’t that interesting for those of us whom have read Genesis 6 …

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them,

That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.

And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.

There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown. – Genesis 6:1-4 KJV Bible

You see the Egyptian Gods were not much different from those sons of God described in Genesis 6. And for this reason they have much in common with the Nephilim. The main Gods of Egypt are mortal. They also possess supernatural powers. As if they were breeded by a God and a mortal in fornication. Not so different from the fallen angels mating with human females producing the Nephilim in the Book of Genesis of the Torah. Not so different at all. And we know what the God of Noah thought of the Nephilim. He sent the flood to destroy their corrupt DNA. He has never been a fan of the Gods of Egypt. It is the thing he mentions immediately before delivering the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20 …

I am the Lord thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

Thou shalt have no other gods before me. – Exodus 20:2-3 KJV

Do you think it is coincidence that the God of Moses mentions Egypt immediately before delivering Commandment 1 Thou shalt have no other gods before me? I think there is very much purpose in calling out Egypt before Commandment 1. I have mentioned this before. It is a focal point for demonstrating why Christianity and the Thelema do not and will never mix.

Back to the movie. Hathor, Nephthys, and Thoth kneel before Horus at the ceremony ritual of Horus. Isis is there too but she is not introduced (I think that is important and we will talk about it later). Osiris now holds court. Osiris delivers a speech to the crowd. He says the following …

A token from someone with much and from someone with little. But when both die and stand at the final gate – what is their value then? I say they are equal. Symbols of lives well lived. All are welcomed to the afterlife. This is my legacy – Osiris

It seems to be the responsibility of the Egyptian God King to establish the laws of the afterlife. We will examine this shortly. Now Egyptian God Set (brother of King Osiris) arrives late to the coronation.

A short aside. In this serendipitous moment I realize the plot of the Gods of Egypt is nearly identical to the Disney film The Lion King of all things. If you have ever seen The Lion King then you know Simba is presented on Pride Rock by King Mufasa when he is born. Scar is envious of the ceremony so he does not attend. Set is envious of the Horus coronation so he disrupts the Horus coronation ceremony. Scar kills Mufasa. Set kills Osiris. Osiris teaches Horus and the crowd the law of the afterlife. Mufasa does the same when he teaches Simba about the Circle of Life. Set becomes King. Scar becomes king. Simba will have to fight his evil uncle. Horus will have to do the same. Set rips out the eyes of Horus. Scar has a scar over his left eye. I see striking similarities. Maybe I should analyze The Lion King some day!

Back to Set and the coronation of Horus. Set apologizes for his tardiness and presents Horus with a ceremonial gift. It is the horn from a dead ram. This is significant which I will explain. Set then disrupts the entire coronation. He stabs Osiris. He forces the Egyptian Gods to bow to him. He forces the mortals to bow to him. He then declares himself King and applies his rules of the afterlife as Osiris did before him …

From now on you have to buy your way in with riches earned – Set

Let us pause here and analyze all that is going on. I will make a case that all these events are related to the occult. The overarching esoteric theme from the Gods of Egypt movie is the progression of the Aeons (and astrological ages which are similar). This is the major occult meaning promoted in the movie. This has the Thelema religion written all over it of which I write about often. Here is the meaning of the movie …

In the Thelema religion there was once the Aeon of Isis. Isis isn’t a big deal in the Gods of Egypt movie. Her Aeon has essentially passed. The Aeon of Isis was an age to worship the mother goddess in ancient times. It would be defined roughly as civilization before 2000 BC. Therefore it included the astrological Age of Taurus (astrological bull). Following in progression is the Aeon of Osiris. The Aeon of Osiris ushers in the concept of the “Dying God” religions according to the Thelema. In the movie Osiris himself is killed by Set in grandiose fashion (dying god). Set also kills Mnevis whom is an Egyptian Bull God (Age of Taurus). Christianity is considered “dying god worship” by the Thelema religion. And so Christianity is assigned to the Aeon of Osiris by Aleister Crowley whom established the Thelema. Mind you Judaism does not worship a dying god. Also the God of Noah / Abraham / Moses never will die. But the Thelema religion does not care about this. They only care about any technique that can boost their magick power in rituals. Essentially by tapping into these broad concepts of the Aeons the Thelemites believe that their magick powers are boosted. That is the purpose of all of this Aeon belief structure. It is to conduct more potent magick. Now you know.

We continue. Remember when Set crashes the Horus coronation party in the movie? He presents Horus with a gift of a horn of a dead ram. This is a reference to the astrological age of the Age of Aries (astrological ram) which came after the Age of Taurus but before the Age of Pisces (astrological fish). The presentation of a dead ram horn symbolizes the Age of Aries is dead. It symbolizes the God of Moses is dead (but as Christians this is a ridiculous lie). You can see why the God of Moses doesn’t appreciate the Thelema religion or the Egyptian Gods. Not one bit.

Recall now Set kills Osiris and names himself King and defines laws of the afterlife. This represents the ushering in of the “unofficial” Aeon of Set (unofficial to Aleister Crowley). Notice there is never a ceremony for Set to be crowned King. Nor does he ever put on the crown. He is King but it is “unofficial”. I probably should have mentioned earlier that aeons can and do overlap. The rules of the Thelema aeons are not set in stone. They are vague concepts to unify and enhance magick.

An interesting thing about Set. In 1975 the Temple of Set was established throughout the United States as a darker version of the Church of Satan. To no one’s surprise a significant plot in the Gods of Egypt movie is the building of an enormous black obelisk which could easily be labeled the Temple of Set (not so different from the Washington Monument). Set claims he built the Tower for Ra but even Ra himself highly questions that motive in the movie. And so we have the concept of the Temple of Set presented in this movie. And it is not a stretch to say this represents the Aeon of Set which is an “unofficial” aeon jammed in between the Aeon of Osiris and the Aeon of Horus. There is a strange ritual in the Gods of Egypt movie that is worth discussing. Set’s followers worship him as he is presented with the wings of Nephthys, the heart of Osiris, and the Eye of Horus. Remember the purpose of the aeons to the Thelema religion is to boost magick powers. Well in this movie the relics of other Egyptian Gods are infused into Set to boost his magick powers in a very dark ritual. This is promoting black magick once again. Now where do you think Set places the Eye of Horus on himself to boost his black magick powers? Not over his own eye. That is not the place. Set places the Eye of Horus on his forehead where the classical ajna chakra is located (third eye). They even call it out loud the All Seeing Eye when they place it on Set’s forehead! See the glowing blue orb on the forehead of Set for proof …

Eye of Horus

Enough of Set though. Traditional Thelema treasures the Aeon of Horus over the Aeon of Set. And that is exactly what this movie does. Horus is the hero of the Liber Al Vel Legis which is the Book of the Law which is essentially the Thelema religion’s bible. Yet another Thelema parallel as Horus is the hero in the Gods of Egypt movie. Horus kills Set in the film. The “Temple of Set” explodes and is destroyed. This is one thing that surprises me about the Thelema religion. I am surprised Aleister Crowley wasn’t a bigger Aeon of Set fan which truly seems more evil than Horus. Maybe he knew Set would never gain the mass appeal that Horus would. Maybe he truly worships Set but you don’t find that out until you reach a certain degree in the mystery religions. There must be some reason. I am not sure why.

The final scene in the Gods of Egypt is the occult ceremony that was meant to be. The crowning ceremony of Horus is fulfilled. This comment by Horus before he is crowned reinforces my entire point that the Gods of Egypt movie is all about the Thelema aeons …

(Horus) Do you think I am ready?

(Thoth) Hmmm. True readiness is a notoriously difficult state to achieve. But – you are close enough.

Crowning of Horus

You see there is some debate as to when the Aeon of Horus actually “starts”. There is a faction who feel December 21st 2012 is a great day to start an aeon. Some say it should not start until 2600 AD. I believe this is why Thoth says “close enough”. The point is Horus is crowned. The Aeon of Horus is here. The end of the Mayan calendar is “close enough” to celebrate it. This is the Gods of Egypt occult meaning and purpose. And now Horus delivers his rules of the afterlife speech …

From this moment on the afterlife must be earned not with gold but by good deeds, compassion, and generosity. What we do and how we act in this life matters! – Horus

Of which the Horus afterlife speech sounds pretty appealing. Which I believe is the end game. The end game is to sell Horus as a hero and a reasonable god to normal movie goers. In turn it promotes the Thelema religion to the masses.

The truth is the path to salvation defined by Horus is not the same as the path to salvation put forth by Christ. The path to salvation put forth by Christ requires believing in him as the Messiah whom died on the cross as an offering up to Abba the Father for our sins. Horus doesn’t die for our sins. Horus worship is a sin! Thou shalt have no other gods before me. Let me show you in text how Christianity is attacked by Horus in the Thelema bible which is The Book of the Law …

III,51: With my Hawk’s head I peck at the eyes of Jesus as he hangs upon the cross.
III,52: I flap my wings in the face of Mohammed & blind him.
III,53: With my claws I tear out the flesh of the Indian and the Buddhist, Mongol and Din.

Liber Al Vel Legis – The Book of the Law – Chapter III

In closing I would just like to say the following. The Egyptian Gods directly oppose Christ and the God of Noah / Abraham / Moses and the King James Bible. The aeons are for boosting magick (forbidden in the Bible). The Thelema religion is about worshiping Egyptian Gods. Know these things.