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The Egyptian god Set, with square-tipped ears, proboscis-like snout, and red skin symbolic of the red sand of the desert; which is compared to the Roman recension Satan (or Devil), rescripted as a fallen angel.

In religio-mythology, Set (TR:174) (LH:7) (TL:181), hieroglyph: Set (hieroglyph).png, based on the stone: Set (stone).png determinate, aka Typhon (or Typho) in Greek, called "Σηθ" (Plutarch, c.100), "Seth" or "Sut" (Massey, 1907), or Satan (aka devil), via the root s-t-n, in the Roman recension (c.300), refers to []


Derived terms

Set derived terms include: Satan, the Roman recension of Set, and "sunset" meaning "sun is with Set" (or Horus is battling Set).


The following are quotes:

“The ancient Egyptians had personifications for daytime and nighttime. The Egyptian god Horus represented the day. From the name Horus we get the English words ‘horizon’ which is to say, ‘Horus has risen’ and ‘hour’. The Egyptian god Seth (Set) represented the night skies. From Seth we get the English term ‘sunset’ which is to say, ‘sun-seth’. The ancient Egyptians also had an allegory concerning the two Egyptian gods. It was said, every morning Horus would crush the wicked Seth in battle while at evening, Seth would win the battle over Horus and send him to the underworld. ”
— Michael Cage (2015), Illuminati Bible: Hidden Wisdom of Alpha and Omega (pg. #) [1]

End matter


  1. Cage, Michael. (2015). Illuminati Bible: Hidden Wisdom of Alpha and Omega (pg. #). LuLu.

External links

  • Set – Hmolpedia 2020.
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