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Anubis son of Ra often depicted as god of the dead , underworld. But for any shaman or healer he is opener of mouth- closed "door of human hope and faith." He is the lord of life and resurrection.

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Ignorance of this dog-star Sirius betrays at once a great ignorance of the gods Ma'at and Thoth, pillars of the risen sun Ra.

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Hi Abba Mudda,

Obviously there is not any ignorance of this in Addis Ababa, where you live, that is the Political Capital of the "African Union" established on 9th July 2002, link below:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/African_Union

The reason date was chosen at location is because Sirius rises with the Sun, astronomy graph below:-

http://2012forum.com/forum/download/file.php?id=3940&mode=view

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In John's revelation chapter 12 there is a woman clothed a sun. The sun which the woman clothed is Sirius, while the woman is our sun. The woman is a symbol of Ma'at and Thoth , a generic term not feminine or masculine. The sun which the woman clothed is a symbol of Anubis.

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Hi Abba Mudda,

I'm not knocking but observing, but you sound as if you hold some Oriental Christian beliefs, i'm not that keen on Thoth or thout day, being a bad day to some in the West as it is 11th September!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thout

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Hi Abba Mudda,

I'm not knocking but observing, but you sound as if you hold some Oriental Christian beliefs,

I can see all world scriptures are encoded with history of african peoples, astronomy and healing science with teachings of Moral codes like YIN and YANG, Saffu, Ma'at order and balance.

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Obviously i'm observing but i could show a lot with Egyptian Constitutions, how do you note that 11th September 2001 wasn't intentional with strange esoteric beliefs, perhaps the same as yours, but not connected obviously?

Please note next thread section by you, will make me show!

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Anubis was the most complicated supreme god of Egypt.

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Meskerem 1 is the first day of the year in Ethiopian or Coptic calender, september 11.

On this day may be the baby of " the woman " is born , the sun god, Thoth "born again." that's why the name of the year, Thout in Copts ? Ra was old. And for a while Thoth took responsibility from Ra. http://www.ancient-mythology.com/egyptian/ra.php

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Anubis is just another hunk of carved stone

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Anubis son of Ra often depicted as god of the dead , underworld. But for any shaman or healer he is opener of mouth- closed "door of human hope and faith." He is the lord of life and resurrection.

Actually, Anubis is the son of Set, and he is not the god of life and resurrection (that would be Osiris - he was the resurrected one). Anubis (like Osiris) is the judge of the dead.

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Actually, Anubis is the son of Set, and he is not the god of life and resurrection (that would be Osiris - he was the resurrected one). Anubis (like Osiris) is the judge of the dead.

Anubis is son of Ra in Early Egyptian myth. There was no Osiris figure in Early Egyptian myths .

...the Hebrew word for dog "kalev" can mean "close to the heart" referring to the dog as a faithful companion.

"The Jerusalem Talmud [schochet writes] cites as one of Rabbi Meir's fables the story of a dog who observed a serpent poisoning the curdled milk of its master. The dog barked frantically, but to no avail, as its master failed to heed its warnings and set out to partake of the milk. The desperate dog hastened to consume the food itself, thereby dying an agonizing death while saving the lives of its master and his fellow shepherds. The grateful shepherds buried the faithful dog with funerary honors and erected a monument to its memory." http://asiapacificuniverse.com/pkm/dogstory.htm

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