Having proven that Osiris’ body was broken, Part 2 shall prove that his broken body was literally eaten in the form of broken bread.
In this 5 part series, we shall cover how many of the motifs of the current holiday season have their roots in lunar mythology, and most conspicuously parallel the mythos of the Egyptian god Osiris.
Yes, Horus had a birthday celebrated on both the winter solstice and the spring equinox.
“There is no fictional character who gets crucified in these [ancient Greek] novels and then miraculously escapes.”
Uhhh… come again?
Legend has it there once was a governor of Egypt who saved the country from 7 years of famine. Tenets of his mythos bear some striking similarities to those of Osiris/Serapis, as even some of his so-called “descendants” acknowledged.