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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Immortalization Of The Spirit Incarnate -Jim Morrison Osiris Grace

"Why the desire for death.

A clean paper on a pure
     White wall. One false
Line, a scratch, a mistake.
Unerasable. So obscure
By adding million other
      Tracings, blend it,
Cover over.
But the original scratch
Remains, written in
Gold blood, shining.

DESIRE FOR A PERFECT LIFE

Those who Race toward Death
Those who wait
Those who worry

There is no death....
Everlasting hope & fulfillment

Eternal consciousness
        In the Void......."
                                           -Jim Morrison

OSIRIS THE EYGPTIAN GOD OF DEATH, UNDERWORLD AND IMMORTALITY.
The Eygptian God of Death, Afterlife and Immortality Osiris is adorned by the Atef crown similar to the white crown of Upper Eygpt is added with two curled ostrich feathers attached to each side, The Lord is green skinned symbolical of re-birth or resurrection with a Pharoah's beard holding the crook and flail in hands the instruments of a Shepherd sharing a close resemblance to Jesus Christ ( as The Shepherd God) is also known as Wenennefer or the one who continues to be perfect,  the Lord of Mercy pardoning redeemer at the hour of death  Lord of Love as the eternal lover of Isis , Lord of Silence and the One Who is ever youthful and Benign or the Lord of Immortality. Thus, is associated with the kings of Eygpts as they hoped to be united with Osiris at the hour of death to be resurrected like him, attaining eternal life through imitative magic.
Since, the name Osiris came in prominance in The Pyramid texts  Fifth Dynasty of Eygpt , it is believed that the Lord was worshipped earlier as Khenti-Amentiu the epithet which referred to 'As the Foremost Among The Westerners' symbolising kingship in the land of the dead  which dates back to the first dynasty.
The hope of New life after Death made Osiris connected with the cycles of nature and hence is linked to the Constellations of Orion and Sirius. Osiris is also rarely depicted as a Lunar God adorned with a crown encompassing the Moon (gives a close suggestive resemblance to the Hindu God of Death and Afterlife Shiva whose matted locks also encircle the moon)
Osiris is the oldest  son of the Earth God Geb and the Sky Goddess Nut, the brother as well as consort of Goddess Isis and the father of Falcon headed God Horus.
As the early Pyramid texts referred to Afterlife synonymous with travelling to other Star systems along the Primeval Sun God Ra .
The funerary texts of the beginning of the 4th dynasty are found inscriptions 'An offering the king gives and Anubis' by the end of the fifth dynasty it changes to 'An offering the king gives and Osiris.'



As the Sun was believed to spend the Night in Underworld and re-incarnate again at Dawn. The combined forces of Ptah-Seker the Gods of re incarnation along with Osiris as ptah-Seker-Osiris worshipped as the Lords of The Underworld and re-incarnation.

Jim Morrison's silent references to The Eygptian God Osiris can be traced throughout his poetic verses...

"Does the house burn? So be it.
The World, a film which men devise.
Smoke drifts thru these chambers
Murders occur in a bedroom.
Mummers chant, birds hush & coo
Will this do?
Take Two.......

Each day is a drive thru history

Hesitation & doubt
Swiftly ensconced

Time has claimed you
Coming for you

This is the sea of doubt
Which threads harps
           unwithered
           & unstrung
Its the brother, not the past
Who turns sunlight into glass
It's the valley
It's me

Testimony from
A strange witness

They are waiting to take us into
                                           the severed garden
 Do you know how pale & wanton thrillful
               Comes death on a strange hour
Like a scaring over-friendly guest you've
                            Brought to bed
 Death makes angels of us all
                & gives us wings
Where we had shoulders
                Smooth as raven's
                                 Claws

No more money, no more fancy dress
This kingdom seems by far the best
Until its other jaws reveals incest
& loose obedience to a vegetable law

The Endless quest a vigil
Of watchtowers and fortresses
Against the sea and time.
Have they won? Perhaps.
They still stand and in
Their silent rooms still wander
THE SOULS OF THE DEAD,
WHO KEEP THEIR WATCH ON THE LIVING.
SOON ENOUGH WE SHALL JOIN THEM.
SOON ENOUGH WE SHALL WALK
THE WALLS OF TIME. WE SHALL
MISS NOTHING
EXCEPT EACH OTHER......"

                                        - Jim Morrison