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The Signs And Symbols Of Primordial Man

Ptah-Seker-Ausar, The Triune God of the Ressurrection

The Signs And Symbols Of Primordial Man

The silent sufferer - the coffined one - was the diety who opened up the nether world for the Resurrection in the earliest solar mythos. He is here seated on the Throne with all the emblems of sovereignty as a "spiritual body"; in front is the representation of his body and blood - cadaver - and emblematical of the change from earthly to spiritual. 

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