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abyteofbrain says2014-04-08T10:11:23.2288544-05:00
That's satin
Renegader says2014-04-08T10:20:52.4391354-05:00
In all of us only
Haroush says2014-04-08T10:32:31.5596693-05:00
Have any of you ever looked at the depictions of the Gods and Goddesses of Egypt? If you haven't you ought to. One of their Gods is a depiction a God that roams the underworld in the appearance of a man with a ram's head.
Haroush says2014-04-08T10:33:45.7035827-05:00
http://www.ancientegypt.co.uk/gods/explore/main.html
ZMowlcher says2014-04-08T12:53:26.2251663-05:00
@abyteofbrain You don't say.
Kreakin says2014-04-08T13:48:14.9142589-05:00
For someone with the user name "iampalto" you do come up with some pretty lame stuff!
Haroush says2014-04-08T15:03:22.9487248-05:00
True^^^
abyteofbrain says2014-04-08T17:53:26.3484405-05:00
ZMowlcher: if I remember correctly.
Xxzefd says2014-04-25T21:17:18.1459204-05:00
Satan is The Perfect Balance. -
ZMowlcher says2014-04-27T23:34:03.6000410-05:00
@Xxzefd It's cheap and affordable but looks and feels very expensive.
yetifivepecks says2014-05-19T23:19:02.7559065-05:00
Who knows? I don't think so though. @Haroush That is actually Ra, the sun god. He took the form of a ram on his underworld journey. It was believed that when a Pharaoh died that he merged with Ra (literally the sun), journeyed through the underworld to complete several trials before being reborn, thus causing the next sunrise. I think that the idea of Satan's appearance is more owed to a combination of the demons of Celtic mythology and possibly the Satyrs of Greek mythology.

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