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Horus' right eye had also been gouged out, which explained why the moon, which it represented, was so weak compared to the sun.

http://www.crystalinks.com/horus.html





The star in the position of the 'right eye' of Ophiuchus is.....
Alpha Serpentis (α Ser / α Serpentis) is a triple star.


Is Alpha Serpentis (the 'right eye' of Ophiuchus) the eye that Horus had gauged out by Set (Set - symbol - Coiled Cobra) ???


"...the Eye of Horus hath made me holy...I will hide myself among you, O ye stars which are imperishable. My brow is the brow of Ra."
The Pyramid Texts


"That which has been shut fast [dead] hath been opened by the command of the Eye of Horus, which hath delivered me. Established are the beauties of the forehead of Ra."
The Pyramid Texts


"Come, the Eye of Horus hath delivered for me my soul, my ornaments are established on the brow of Ra. Light is on the faces of those who are in the members of Osiris."
The Pyramid Texts


"Perfect is the Eye of Horus. I have delivered the Eye of Horus, the shining one, the ornament of the Eye of Ra, the Father of the Gods."
The Pyramid Texts


"I shall see the Gods and the Eye of Horus burning with fire before my eyes."
The Pyramid Texts


"Behold [the fire] risith in Abydos and it cometh; I cause it to come, the Eye of Horus. It is set in order upon thy brow, O Osiris Khenti-Amenti; it is set in the shrine and riseth on thy brow."
The Pyramid Texts


Quote:
The Divine Eye in Ancient Egypt and in the Midrashic Interpretation of Formative Judaism

The eye has religious and metaphorical meanings that go beyond the physical dynamics of seeing. In particular, the eye is present in specific manifestations in different religious cultures and communicates intricate values of a particular religion.............

..............Generally, the eye in both traditions, ancient Egypt and rabbinic Judaism in late antiquity, represented an all-seeing and omnipresent divinity.........

http://moses.creighton.edu/JRS/2003/2003-13.html
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