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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • Gods, of whom the most important are Osiris and Isis, are
    • and goddess, Osiris and Isis. It was Hermes himself who called
    • Osiris‘. In all these fables, Osiris is a being who in the
    • dwells. In the legend Osiris, who is represented as a benefactor
    • called Typhon. This enemy, Typhon, waylaid Osiris and slew him,
    • sea. The goddess Isis, wife and sister of Osiris, sought long her
    • influence which descended upon Isis from Osiris, who had
    • the life-current emanating from Osiris, which would continue to
    • associated with the ideal forms of Osiris and Isis. Further, it
    • saying that Osiris represents the Sun, and Isis the Moon, and so
    • factors that finds expression in the ideal forms of Osiris and
    • activity. Thus do I feel within me an Osiris power, which placed
    • dual, the one element being termed Osiris, while the other was
    • known as Isis; hence we have an Osiris-Isis duality. When we give
    • upon the relation between Osiris and Isis in a somewhat similar
    • Osiris-Principle must be looked upon as an active Male-Principle,
    • concerning Osiris and Isis from the following considerations]: —
    • ancient Egyptians concerning their conception of Osiris-Force,
    • Osiris. Even as the elements which form the physical body enter
    • olden peoples picture the Osiris-Force, as descending upon man to
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