The First Egyptian Anunnaki Pyramid War (Part 2)
In Part 2 of the Sumerian Anunnaki Gods Of Ancient Egypt, we look at the birth and rise of Horus in the First Egyptian Anunnaki Pyramid War as recounted in Zechariah Sitchin’s, Wars Of Gods and Men.
The Death Of Osiris
As stated in Part 1, after Osiris married Isis, Set had no other way of ensuring that a Successor from his bloodline would obtain the Throne of a united Egypt except through the death of Osiris.
In order to accomplish his goal, Set set a trap for Osiris by hosting a party for the Gods in which he made a Bet calling on the Gods in attendance to lay in a coffin to see who amongst them would fit in it.
In what seemed like a harmless prank, all the Gods in attendance had took their turn, and when it was Osiris’ turn, Set sealed the Coffin as soon as Osiris entered the Coffin, sealed it and then dumped the coffin in the sea in bid to drown Osiris.
However, Osiris’ spouse Isis went in search for the dumped coffin and found it.
Set soon became aware of this unexpected turn of events, and he retrieved the chest from Isis, cut Osiris’ his body in 14 pieces which he dumped and spread across parts of Egypt.
Birth & Rise Of Horus
Isis nevertheless persisted in her search for Osiris and found all his parts except his Phallus which she needed in order to obtain his Divine essence or DNA in order to conceive a child or successor for the Egyptian throne by Osiris.
Through DNA extraction and artificial insemination technology, Isis managed to impregnate herself with Osiris’ essence and gave birth to Horus in what Sitchin claims to be the first recorded ‘immaculate’ conception.
Claiming The Throne
Throughout his Childhood Horus was kept hidden from Set, even getting resurrected once by EN.KI after he had died from a Scorpion’s sting.
Horus was educated and trained as a Divine Prince by the Gods in support of Osiris, and when he attained adulthood he presented himself before the Council of the Sumerian Gods to claim the Egyptian Throne as Osiris’ successor .
Set remained opposed to Horus’ claim and a war for the Egyptian Throne erupted between Horus and Set.
According to Sitchin’s Wars Of Gods and Men, the War involved a major aerial battle across the Egyptian skies.
Horus ultimately emerged victorious, and the Kingship of Egypt was accordingly handed to him.
In defeat, the Anunnaki Council awarded Set a Kingdom outside Egypt and he became an Asiatic deity.
The Dynasties: Gods, Demi-Gods & Pharaohs
Sitchin also observes that after the reign of Horus, the Rule of the Olden Anunnaki Gods in Ancient Egypt ended.
Thereafter Demi-Gods Ruled until the rule of the first Human Pharaoh Mena (Menes) which marks the beginning of the 1st dynasty of the Old Kingdom of Egypt, and the unification of the Upper and Lower Kingdoms with Memphis as the Capital under Menes.
In the Wars Of Gods and Men, Sitchin’s Earth Chronicles illuminates History of Ancient Egypt which formed part of the tradition of the Ancient Egyptians under the Human Pharaohs even though this part of Egyptian History is treated as mythological in our present interpretation of Ancient Egyptian History.