Brother AACOOLDRE : Fruitful Vs. The fruitless: Life & death

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    If life in ancient Egypt was symbolize by an ankh or a erect phallus/resurection what was the body part symbolizing death?
     
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    Maybe they use something else to symbolize "death".
     
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    ...Or they may not view "death" the way we do.
     
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    The west was symbolized as death because the sunset in the west. I will post some heavy deep stuff saturday
     
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    Intertwined two questions to make one alternate question

    Life - Ankh
    This was of of many symbolizations of life, or what some could call "fertility" and "vitality"
    And if one looks deeper, one can see that the Ankh is related to the spinal column.

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    What does this look like?

    It is a Wadj (green) scepter, which was a symbol for fertility of life. Wadj is associated with green lands and health.

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    Why is Osiris green?

    Why is the Wadjet, or Eye of Horus...
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    also depicted as a rising serpent?
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    Why is a "serpent" also a symbol of fertility and life as well?




    But if we are to look at the "Ankh/Spinal Column;Vertebrae" to suggest it was the only symbol for life, then the opposite of it would be to break the spinal columns (bones) into pieces. There is no opposing body part.

    This is the practice of many that deal in "extraordinary elements" as they use the bones to revive the dead.

    As for the phallic being a symbol of life, again... fertility and life were intertwined here, so one would have to assume what "life" meant to them in the context of sexual copulation, then one could analyze and consider what could have represented death.

    Maybe sterility? or becoming a eunuch?
    If this is the case, then what was the symbol for life and death for a female?
     
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    THE BODY PARTS OF LIFE & DEATH

    By Andre Austin

    The body part of Life:

    The Ankh (or Cross) was the symbol of life being the male Phallus and woman’s vagina uniting to create a new life. Resurrection was symbolized by Osiris erect castrated penis that was substituted by an Obeskist or Mushroom (manna); Jesus substitute penis was Lazarus & Peter. For Jesus being a composite of Osiris it was the very same thing. We know from the Roman writer like Suetonius that men put on the cross naked had their private parts attack. St Paul in the gospels said he received the same marks as Jesus and this included sodomy, whippings and castration.

    The body part of Death:

    In the bible god first command was to love: “Be fruitful and increase in number” (Genesis 1:28), heterosexual act

    The opposite of fruitful would be fruitless “Having nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them”-Ephesians 5:11 We know this is a reference to homosexuality because 10 verses down the opposite of fruitless is discussed with Marriage of Man/woman.

    Unfortunately Homosexuals are classed with the derogatory names of fruit and fruity or sodomites. “Sodom originally signified the underworld, which was inhabited by the “Shades of the dead” (101 myths of the Bible By Gary Greenberg p.128).

    The Underworld in Egypt was called Tuat (underworld). The Tuat was in the western rage to the mountain of sunset. You heard the phrase I will kick you where the sun don’t shine (Butt). “The Tuat is liked to the body of Osiris which is bent round like a hoop in such a way that his toes touch the back of his head” (From Fetish To God in Ancient Egypt By E.A. Wallis Budge p.351). depending how you get into this awkward like yoga position the crack of the butt and anus would be the center theme of this symbol of death. Like I already said Sodom was a place for the dead and Rev 11: 8 appears to pick up on this theme “Their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt where also our lord was crucified”. We also have the Israelites eating Manna/Mushroom for 40 years coming out of Egypt. Jesus may have symbolized this with his temptation of Satan for 40 days to turn stones into bread or to homosexuality (Matthew 4:1-3). It should be noted that the war of Rome vs Jews 66-73AD was primarily won by famine and Jews having to resort to cannibalism. In other areas of the bible the three loves are symbolic of the Roman Three Legions and Scorpion eggs are the Roman catapults that throw stone/eggs at the Jews. It should be noted that Jesus also being symbolic of Horus, who was sodomized by Satan but reversed it when Horus with the help of Isis put the semen in a bowl of porridge that Satan ate causing him to loose the right to the throne.


    Jesus was also a parody of Roman General/Emperor Titus who was homosexual and very fond of castrated young boys (Matthew 18:8 and Matthew 19:12. Jesus ministry was a satire and spoof of Titus military campaign.

    “Behold, I come like a thief! Blessed is he who stays awake and keeps his clothes with him, so that he may not go naked and be shamefully exposed” (Rev 16:15) This was a reference to Titus being Naked. We need to go back to Ephesians: The opposite of fruitful would be fruitless “Having nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them”-Ephesians 5:11. Male cult prostitutes (sodomites are used in Solomon’s temple (1 Kings 14: 24, 15:12) as they are used in the Kingdom of Jesus/Titus kingdom known as eunuchs in the 4 gospels instead of homosexuals. But the writings of Paul to Rev-homosexuals are alienated.

    Joe Atwill states in his Shakespeare’s Secret Messiah p.316: “The reference to the nakedness of the thief refers to the Typology in the Gospels and War of the Jews where the escape of the naked young man in Mark 15 foresees Titus’s naked escape from the Garden of gethsemane. Titus is again denigrated as being naked and he is also now shamefully exposed as the thief who stole the Jew’s religion” [and deflowered and gutted young boys of their gonads). When Domitian became Emperor he outlawed castration and stopped being lenient towards homosexual offenders from which Vespasian and Titus didn’t mind to have in their company.

    The Senate voted and deified Vespasian and Titus as Divus the later being a son of the God of the former. Domitian didn’t make the cut largely because he didn’t participate in the War against the Jews and wasn’t there to fight with his physically presence but he thought of himself there in spirit and linked himself up with calling himself the Terrible spirit. This is how the Trinity was born of the catholic Christians. But that’s another story.


    Notes:

    Josephus writing in War of the Jews The country of Sodom. It was of old a most happy land both for the fruits it bore and the riches…although it be now all burnt up by that divine fire” Book 4 chapter 8:4. As Paul stated it was better to marry than to burn by bonfire or with a hot piece of metal used to castrate men by “baptism of Fire”.
     
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