>From my research of the Bible, Jesus christ is not Horus
there is no evidence that Jesus Christ has one eye like the ancient
Egyptian god Horus who has one eye in mythology because he lost his ye
to Seth (where we get the word Satan from). Other gods with one eye
include Odin, Polyphemus, Hera, Balor, the Daijal from the Hadiths etc.
However like I said before there is no evidence that Jesus is Horus and
vice versa because Jesus was not one eyed, in fact when we study the
Hadiths which are books outside of the Quran we find that Jesus is
seperate from the one eyed god which goes by many names.
Sahih Muslim Book 001, Number 0325:
It is narrated on the authority of Ibn 'Umar that the Messenger of
Allah (may peace be upon him) said: I saw near the Ka'bah a man of fair
complexion with straight hair, placing his hands on two persons. Water
was flowing from his head or it was trickling from his head. I asked:
Who is he? They said: He is Jesus son of Mary or al-Masih son of Mary.
The narrator) says: I do not remember which word it was. He (the Holy
Prophet) said: And I saw behind him a man with red complexion and thick
curly hair, blind in the right eye. I saw in him the greatest
resemblance with Ibn Qitan I asked: Who is he? They replied: It is
>So you see from the Hadiths we find that person known as Jesus
the same as the one eyed god also known as the Daijal which means
anti-christ in Arabic. Also from this we learn that the one eyed god
has red skin which is very important to note bcause there is a nebula
in the constellation of Orion which the ancients point to which is
shaped like an eye and is red in color.
>So who is the one eyed god in the Bible and Qu'ran?
>In fact it is the apostle Paul who has one eye in the Bible.
2 Corinthians 12:7
"or because of these surpassingly great revelations. Therefore, in
order to keep me from becoming conceited, I was given a thorn in my
flesh, a messenger of Satan, to torment me."
>The thorn in the flesh is a reference to the fact that the
apostle Paul has one eye.
See what large letters I use as I write to you with my own hand!
>Yet more evidence that the apostle Paul has one eye.
>So the apostle Paul is the all seeing eye which is widely
believed in freemasonry and worship him as a god in lower level
>The origins of the word Jesus actually comes from the ancient
Egyptian goddess Isis (not Horus) who was god of the Nile star which
was the Dog star also the name Christ actually comes from
Kristos which comes from Krishna in Hindu mythology so what Constantine
did was bridge these two gods together to create the god Jesus Christ
to bridge the religions of east and west. Bearing in mind that Isis
worship was one of the biggest cults in ancient Rome before the time of
Constantine as well. The main character that contributed to the story
of Jesus was a person known as Apollonius of Tyana. Also the ancient
Greek god Dionysus is often seen with a dog in ancient Greek
mythology which is another connection to Isis and to the Dog star (one
of the brightest stars in the night sky) which they both represent so
Dionysus is essentially Jesus.