In Ancient Egyptian mythology, the god named Osiris is the SO BELOW (earth) representative of the AS ABOVE king of all the planets, Jupiter. The great Greek historian Herodotus confirms this fact, Osiris and Jupiter are one in the same. Osiris is not a real person, but a man-made title for the planet Jupiter who the Ancients had worshiped.
The god Osiris on earth through mythology represents the planet Jupiter in the heavens. Osiris is he who is permanently benign and youthful, the creator god, the lord of love, the lord of silence, god of the afterlife, the underworld and the dead. In Greek Mythology, they had assigned Jupiter to their god Zeus who they had also called the “Morning Star and Light Bringer.” Allegorical names that all represent the same planet.
Osiris is the mythological husband of the goddess Isis who represents the Moon, planet Venus, and the star Sirius. These names do not represent real people or Pharaohs, but were titles that were assigned to real people and Pharaohs. The style in which they governed the people through religion and commerce was indicative of their assigned titles, such as with Pharaoh Akhenaten of the Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt.
Akhenaten was forever made famous for abandoning ancient traditional Egyptian polytheism and abandonment of all other gods, especially the Gnostic religion of Amon (Amun or Amen). Jupiter equated with the Egyptian deity Amon. Akhenaten had introduced the religion centered on the Aten and thus causing much internal conflict amongst the elite of Egypt. The religion of Aten was based on sun and solar worship, symbolically represented by the disk of the sun. Later the worship of Aten was eradicated by Horemheb, who reinstituted the priesthood of Amon Ra and the Gnostic religion based on Amon.
Osiris is also the father of the god of truth and light, Horus. In Egyptian mythology, we find Osiris as the Creator, his son Horus the Preserver, and his brother Typhon the Destroyer. The name Typhon is assigned to Osiris’s brother whose name is Set (Set, Seth, Shaitan, or Molech), which is where we get the modern word for who Westerners call “Satan or the Devil.” Set is the SO BELOW of the planet on the AS ABOVE called Saturn. Hence, the gods Set, Satan, the Devil and Saturn are all one and the same. Just like Osiris of the Egyptians, Zeus of the Greeks, Yahweh of the Israelites, and Jove to the Romans are all just different allegorical names from different ancient cultures, which all represent the very same one planet we know of today as Jupiter.
Since most ancient times in mythology, these two planets have always fought with one another. It is in Ancient Egyptian mythology where we find Set kills his brother Osiris. Hence, darkness and chaos (Set who is Saturn) kills the light and order (Osiris who is Jupiter). These same planetary and earthly battles were carried on by the Greeks, with Jupiter being assigned to Zeus who battles his brother Cronus, and also banished his own son Prometheus to an island to have his liver fed on by eagles for teaching mortals the secret arts and teachings.
the victim being Bali, his murderer Sougriva; and the recital is so nearly identical with that archived in the sculptures and paintings of Uxmal and Chichen-Itza, and recorded in the second part of the Troano MS., that it is more than probable it was imported from Yucatan direct, perhaps by the colonists who, as Valmiki (the author of the “Ramayana”) tells us, settled in the Indio-Chinese peninsula (the Deccan) in remote ages, and who naturally would bring with them the language, customs, traditions, civilization, and folk-lore of their native land.
This same mythology was then interlaced into the Abrahamic religions, with Cain and Able who are both sons of Noah- who also represents the planet Jupiter. Cain slays his brother Able, just like in Egypt when Set had killed his brother Osiris.
In Freemasonry the story of Jupiter and Osiris is changed. We find Jupiter is represented by the Master Teacher, Hiram Abiff who is then killed by three ruffians who happened to be his students. 33rd Degree Freemason, Manly P. Hall confirms this fact that the story of Hiram Abiff is an adaptation of the mythology of Osiris;
“Preston, Gould, Mackey, Oliver, and Pike—in fact, nearly every great historian of Freemasonry-have all admitted the possibility of the modern society being connected, indirectly at least, with the ancient Mysteries, and their descriptions of the modern society are prefaced by excerpts from ancient writings descriptive of primitive ceremonials. These eminent Masonic scholars have all recognized in the legend of Hiram Abiff an adaptation of the Osiris myth; nor do they deny that the major part of the symbolism of the craft is derived from the pagan institutions of antiquity when the gods were venerated in secret places with strange figures and appropriate rituals.” (Manly P. Hall, “Rosicrucian and Masonic Origins”)
This is where it stands as of now in 2013. The god or this world is Satan (Set, Cain, Cronus, Saturn or The Masonic Three Ruffians), who we now know represents darkness and chaos, or what Masons would call CHAO (Latin for chaos). A power that has been in control of the earth’s energies for many centuries now.
Will Osiris ever return, or will we forever be under the Lordship of his brother Set, AKA Satan?
Something tells me that someday we may see Osiris again and these deals do not last forever……………………………
Matthew 13:30 – Let both grow together until the harvest. At that time I will tell the harvesters: First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into my barn.'”