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“Abraxas was identified with Horus and was probably derived from a common Phoenician scarab design picturing a kneeling Horus atop the two symbolic serpents of Egypt called the Uraei, often seen on pharaonic headdresses. As you can see in the images above, the snake legs of Abraxas take the place of the Uraei. Note that Abraxas also carries Horus’ pharaonic flail. The rooster was identified with Horus in his form of Harpocrates, the rising sun, for obvious reasons.”

http://secretsun.blogspot.com.au/2011/09/another-history-of-knights-templar.html

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