As I'm sure you know, the sun is known as the Eye of Re with the moon being regarded as the Eye of Horus
you must have overlooked my moniker and also the part of my explanation to you, where I wrote:
The 14 pieces of the body of Osiris sound like the 14 days of the waning, or "dying" moon, and on the main ceiling of the Dendera temple are inscriptions and pictorial reliefs that leave no doubt. In one panel, an eye, installed in a disk, is transported in a boat. The eye, we know, was a symbol of the sun or moon. Thoth, the ibis-headed scribe god of wisdom and knowledge, pilots the barge. Thoth was closely associated with the moon and counted the days and seasons. The text for this panel refers to the period after full moon, and 14 gods accompany the eye in the disk.
Thanks for the tutelage, as suggested by your response; perhaps you could enlighten Sam in respect of the clear distinction between the statement that "Osiris is the moon" and the Nile waters being the "Effusions of Osiris" as he appears to think I am claiming that the two are "identical"; I think he is more in need than I of your wisdom.
ETA to correct my quote functions and bold for emphasis
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