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Set/Mubarak: Attack! Attack! My children of the Night

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Dictator Hosni Mubarak really is deciding to end his thirty year reign of repression, tyranny and torture with a grim finale evocative not only of a Grade-B horror movie, but of an ancient Egyptian myth. Which myth, you may wonder? Read on.

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Mubarak's giant ego, perhaps, permits no other end than the dramatic and traumatic one now unfolding daily in Tahrir Square, as if he really is the Egyptian embodiment of Dracula, actually Set, ancient Egyptian Lord of Darkness, who only knows how to communicate to the "peasants" of his kindgom with grotesque violence and buckets of blood.


Mubarak, after his Tuesday "I will resign in my own good time" speech in front of the Egyptian people, punctuated with his defiant oath to die on Egyptian soil, next invoked his "Children of the Night", one can easily intuit, to attack peaceful anti-Mubarak protesters early Wednesday morning, February 2nd:

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The media was singled out. Even Anderson Cooper of CNN and his TV crew were harassed and pummelled.

Oblivious to world opinion, Mubarak has decided to show his true colors in broad daylight, the world be damned. Other tyrants and those others who have gone over to the Dark Side, like wretched Tony Blair, will applaud him. Those human enough to still seek the Light are appalled.

But those seeking the soaring Horus Hawk of solar freedom, justice and Divine Love now know the true extent of the brutal struggle they must wage against the defiant dictator, this human embodiment of Set, dark twin of Osiris, whom Set once betrayed and murdered. They must become steadfast warriors, just as Horus, Divine Son of Isis and Osiris, thus arose to avenge his parents:

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And so the battle continues, even into the night:

How will this end? We can imagine that both sides will be reinforced this Thursday and Friday. Will the Egyptian Army continue to simply stand by, actually tipping their hats to the Mubarak regime by this giant sin of omission.

We do know, however, how the myth ends:

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