> That makes sense David. ;-)
> I just threw the image together real quick with Bryce and
> Poser. Just a simple one. I'd like to make a more complex one
> someday with the same concept in mind.
> I believe I have read a myth before of Horus, after having
> slayed Seth, placed something in a box that may have belonged
> to Seth. This box was then taken down South and hidden in a
> very sacred place, similar to the one in Laura Croft's 2nd Tomb
> Raider movie about Pandora's box. I'd just like to find the
> source of this again for further research.
> Don't assume all myths are fictional. Just look at Troy for
> instance. ;-)
I don't assume they are fictional, but neither do I take them literally. Troy was a real. All 10 or 12 of them, built on top of one another.
Isis was real before she became myth 20,000 years later in AE, and she is real today, more real and more close than anyone would ever believe. Closer than your breath.