Djedi penis warriors of Osiris?

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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:09 pm » by Megame23


I've been, researching star wars some more, its not looking good:


the term Djedi comes from Egypt, the Djedi were the magi of Djed.

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This was an important phallic symbol of Osiris, the sun god.
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:20 pm » by Boobytrap


sorry im confused

star wars?

here is a link maybe this will help you?
http://www.soulsofdistortion.nl/great%2 ... sses2.html

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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:26 pm » by Megame23


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the Djed was quite often depicted with the Thet symbol, representing the blood of Isis.

This is a decent article on the pillar.

http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/djedpillar.htm

might have had some practical use, haven't seen anything on that though. I think its just another representation of the penis of Osiris, like the obelisk.
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:30 pm » by Megame23


boobytrap wrote:sorry im confused

star wars?

here is a link maybe this will help you?
http://www.soulsofdistortion.nl/great%2 ... sses2.html


yeah some interesting stuff in there, thanks.

here the Djed is being used to lift up the serpents...

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This is my previous article on George Lucas' work:

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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:32 pm » by Constabul


Heh, Spaceballs, great movie.
would post some pics, but am at the office, and time is limited.
But yeah funny that jedi are dingus warriors...
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:33 pm » by Badger


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According to David Hatcher Childress (in his book "Technology of the Gods"), Those are lightbulbs that were used to help light the interiors of the Tombs...
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:35 pm » by Megame23


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According to David Hatcher Childress (in his book "Technology of the Gods"), Those are lightbulbs that were used to help light the interiors of the Tombs...


heh, either way the true importance of all the symbolism in Egypt is being covered up, A LOT.

EDIT: I dont see how it could be a light-bulb though. A light-bulb has the wire connect back through the light, its a circuit. those things just have the string go off into the middle of the light. The Egyptians did seem to have a basic understanding of electricity, so they would know how a circuit worked if they had light-bulbs.
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:39 pm » by Xxsparklexx


megame23 wrote:I've been, researching star wars some more, its not looking good:


the term Djedi comes from Egypt, the Djedi were the magi of Djed.

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This was an important phallic symbol of Osiris, the sun god.


If only we could really understand the messages they were trying to convey with these simple drawings, instead of just seeing them as a small guy stroking the base of a giant penis... :alien51:
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PostFri Oct 22, 2010 8:41 pm » by Megame23


xxsparklexx wrote:
megame23 wrote:I've been, researching star wars some more, its not looking good:


the term Djedi comes from Egypt, the Djedi were the magi of Djed.

Image

This was an important phallic symbol of Osiris, the sun god.


If only we could really understand the messages they were trying to convey with these simple drawings, instead of just seeing them as a small guy stroking the base of a giant penis... :alien51:


hahaha, :flop:

I beleive its supposed to be the magi putting up the Djed for the festival of renewal
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