(urth) The Osiris complex
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Fri Nov 18 11:03:17 PST 2011
On 11/18/2011 12:25 PM, David Stockhoff wrote:
> Upon hearing that Osiris was gone, Isis set out to look for him.
> [James has identified Isis with Khypris, Pas's daughter, though
> Echidna is his wife]
No Kypris is the scan of Typhon's mistress.
> Consequently, the story became that before resurrecting Osiris, Isis
> put together 13 of the 14 parts, but was unable to find the 14th, his
> phallus, which was eaten by the oxyrhynchus fish (a fish with an
> unusual curved snout resembling depictions of Set). So Isis created a
> phallus for him, and then attempted to revive him.
Regarding the devoured phallus, there is that fish that ate Mamelta, but
there is also Tussah who was murdered by the Ayuntamiento (by from their
submarine lair) at about the same time as Pas. Once again, it would be
handy for Tussah to be a clone of Typhon. This would make Tussah's
murder part of the plot against Pas. Still, we could fudge ALL of this
by positing that Typhon was possessing Tussah when he made his "Although
he is not the son of my body" speech. So Lemur was after Tussah, but the
rebel gods were after Pas.
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