Black rite

Black rite (diagram)
A depiction of the act of the "black rite", showing the momentarily resurrected god Osiris, with lightning powers around him, above which the goddess Isis however, awaiting his resurrected sperm, to the right of which the god Thoth stops time during the act. [4]
In religio-mythology, black rite refers to the magic, involving “lightning strikes” (Coffin Text Spell 148) and “time stoppage” (by the powers of the god Thoth), by which the mummified Osiris was raised from the dead, momentarily, to get an erection, and to therein impregnate the goddess Isis, then in the form of a kite or falcon, and therein to make the god Horus, via a so-called Egyptian resurrection sex “virgin birth” act of sorts. [1]

Overview
In c.2000BC, Coffin Text spell 148 described the "lightning strike" aspects of the black rite. [2]

In 450BC, Greek historian Herodotus, supposedly, claimed to know aspects of the details of the black rite. [3]

References
1. Rux, Bruce. (1996). Architects of the Underworld (black rite, pgs. 384, 391). Publisher.
2. (a) Faulkner, Raymond. (1968). “Translation of Spell 148 of the Coffin Texts”, The Journal of Egyptian Archeology, 54:40-44.
(b) Gilula, Mordechai. (1971). “Coffin Texts Spell 148” (ΡΊ), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 57:14-19, Aug.
(c) Luckhert, Karl. (1991). Egyptian Light and Hebrew Fire: Theological and Philosophical Roots of Christendom in Evolutionary Perspective (pg. 92). SUNY Press.
3. Booth, Mark. (2010). The Secret History of the World (pg. #). Publisher.
4. Thims, Libb. (2015). “Atheism for Kids | Lecture 8 | Passion of Osiris to Passion of Christ” (8:00-), HumanChemistry101, YouTube, Sep 7.

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