According to the 20th Dynasty manuscript
, Horus was the Egyptian god of war and hunt. Rituals of offering food, drink, clothing and ointment to divine beings were documented in hieroglyphic inscriptions, papyrus manuscripts and other sources.
Additionally, researchers discovered hidden ancient texts in Christian manuscripts from Egypt's library of the Sacred Monastery of the God-Trodden Mount Sinai.
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In ancient Egypt, every day in every temple, specially designated persons performed a ritual focused on making offerings of food, drink, clothing and ointment to a divine being made accessible in the form of images. This ritual was used to maintain the fabric and process of the universe, and was largely accompanied by the ritual of opening the mouth of an inanimate item. The ritual was documented in various surviving sources, such as hieroglyphic inscriptions, papyrus manuscripts, and other sources, and was a way of expressing gratitude to the divine beings.
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According to this Gnostic myth, the God of the Hebrew Bible is actually a corrupted lower deity. Only through the intervention of Sophia (Wisdom) can gnosis be revealed and salvation…
The Nag Hammadi Codices and Gnostic Christianity