This is a poster for a movie called Aria, starring Bridget Fonda and Elizabeth Hurly. I saw the DVD in a rental shop, and I was completely shocked by the cover. I never watched the movie and I don’t intend to watch it, but the cover is quit interesting. The cover displays a dark skinned man wearing Egyptian royal outfit (just like what the pharaohs would wear) holding a stick in his hand, on top of which sits a golden sun with 9 sun rays, and the center being a clear magnifying glass.
The magnifying glass is centered on the left eye of the young pharaoh displaying it clearly, and the sun disk is completely blocking his face leaving only a magnified eye starring.
I assume they are trying to depict Horus, son of the Egyptian god Osiris and Isis. A little history on Hours:
Horus was initially considered the fifth sibling of Osiris, Isis, Nephthys and Set. However, Horus' mother, Hathor, gradually became identified as a form of Isis, leading to Horus becoming said to be Isis' son, and therefore the son of Osiris.
So it became said that Osiris died, thus being able to be lord of the dead, but his wife, with the magical powers that Isis was believed to possess, resurrected him for long enough to have sex, resulting in the birth of Horus.
According to the original legend, Osiris was originally king over Egypt and civilised the nation with the assistance of Thoth's inventions of writing, law, the arts, and science. Having improved the Egyptians, Osiris traveled to other lands, placing Isis as his regent. However, Apep, the god of evil, was jealous and killed Osiris, so Isis had a son from Osiris by magic, namely Horus, to avenge him.
While young, Isis fled from Apep, a dangerous serpent, by hiding with Horus in the marshland of the Nile delta, where serpents would not follow. When Horus, a sun god, had grown up, he engaged in a great battle of light over the darkness of Apep, a battle so fierce that it was only ended when the other gods judged in Horus' favour and banished Apep.
In the legend, Osiris was only alive before Horus' birth, and Horus obviously only alive after. Reflecting Anubis' funerary preparation of the dead body of Osiris before Isis performed magic upon it.
Ok it’s a long story, but lets try interpreting the messages. The focus is on the eye because it refers to “The eye of hours”, which by the way is the same eye ppl hang for good luck “3an el 7asad”. Next time you see that blue eye, remember its hours’ eyes watching over you. Also..the same eye on the pyramid on the $1 bill.
Like I mentioned never watched the movie, but trust me it has nothing to do with ancient Egypt…NOTHING. So again I ask…why????? They want to dismiss the picture as an artistic poster for the movie, but in reality it is not.
THERE IS A MESSAGE HERE, TO “THEM” IF YOU CAN’T SEE IT THAT’S GREAT…THEY GOT AWAY WITH YET ANOTHER HIDDEN MESSAGE THAT WAS JUST ABSORBED BY YOUR UNAWARE sub-conscience, IF YOU CAN SEE THE MESSAGE AND YOU CAN SENSE OF IT…WELL THEY DON’T GIVE A #### BECAUSE THEY KNOW THAT THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH IT…THERE YOU GO, ANOTHER HIDDEN message reviled.