Giant from Sern-Ebbas and his connection with the Egyptian god Osiris

(ORDO NEWS) — In the county of Dorset in the southwest of England, there is a mysterious figure carved into a hillside. Known as the Giant Chamois, it is a 55-meter image of a naked man with a raised club and a noticeable erection.

The figure was created by digging shallow trenches in the ground and then filling the trenches with crushed chalk. There is evidence that the giant Serna has been remodeled and refurbished over the centuries, making it difficult to determine the original layout.

Analysis shows that the giant’s erect penis may have been enlarged, and in his raised left hand he may have held an animal skin or possibly a cloak. It has also been suggested that his left hand once held a severed head.

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As for the identity of the giant, many have tried to connect him with Hercules, and this is a convincing interpretation, since Hercules was often depicted as a naked man with a club. Unfortunately, Hercules’ theory does not take into account any associations with fertility, since the prominent straight phallus of the figure is not explained using this paradigm.

Another theory suggests that the image functions solely as a symbol of fertility, although why such a figure should be armed with a club remains a mystery.

Local folklore suggests that the image is the outline of a once-living giant who allegedly came from Denmark.

Some suggest that the Cernes Giant was a pagan reaction to the construction of Cernes Abbey in the late Anglo-Saxon period, while others believe that it is a sardonic depiction of Oliver Cromwell, derisively called the Hercules of England by his enemies.

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Explanations for the appearance of the giant Chamois are many and varied, ranging from the bizarre to the spiritual. But according to experts, they all suffer from the same major flaws:

1. They are all speculative;

2. They do not take into account all the important details that appear in the image.

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If we are looking for a credible explanation for the Cernes Giant, then the first thing we must recognize is that the size of the image makes it obvious that it is best viewed from the air, indicating that the Cernes Giant was intended to address a divine being, and not to impress earthly audiences.

If this concept is a reasonable starting point in our study, then we are looking for a divine or celestial entity that will serve as a template for further analysis.

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Which celestial/celestial figure best matches the Giant Chamois? The answer is Orion. The club wielded by the Giant is the weapon that marks him as a hunter. The constellation of Orion is also known as Orion the Hunter, so a tentative connection between the two figures has been established.

If the identification with Orion is correct, then we should expect that we will find evidence confirming and strengthening the connection between these two figures.

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The constellation of Orion is usually depicted as a walking man, and when examining the Giant of Chamois, it turns out that although the figure is facing the viewer, his legs are spread apart and his feet are shown in profile, which indicates walking or running.

Orion is also usually depicted with his arm raised and bent, and it is clear that both arms of the Cernes Giant are similarly positioned.

So far so good. But what about an erect phallus?

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The conspicuous erection of the giant Chamois represents a definite connection with fertility, but what is the appropriate context when referring to this symbol?

The answer lies in the connection between the constellation Orion and Osiris, the Egyptian, pre-Christian god of life, death, agriculture and fertility. Orion was considered the dwelling place of Osiris after his resurrection.

According to the myth, Osiris was killed by his brother Set, who coveted the throne of Osiris. Isis, the wife of Osiris, returned the body, but Set stole it and tore the corpse into fourteen pieces, which he then scattered throughout Egypt.

Isis returned parts of her husband’s body (everything but Osiris’s penis, ironically) and then brought Osiris back to life so much so that she copulated with him and bore him a son named Horus.

However, Osiris’ life was only temporarily restored, and after his brief return to the land of the living, he is only mentioned as ruler of the Duat, the Egyptian realm of the dead.

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It should now be obvious that convincing evidence has been given that the Sulfur Giant is a representative of Osiris-Orion. However, the last question remains to be considered. Who was the author of this striking visual proposal and what was the purpose of its creation?

Can we conclude that the ancient Egyptians visited Britain and sought the influence of this particular figure? And if so, for what purpose?

Evidence of an Egyptian presence (or at least influence) in the British Isles comes down to us in the amazing form of mummies. Embalmed corpses very similar to those common in Egypt have been found in Yorkshire in the north of England.

One can, however, dismiss the idea that the Egyptians played any central role in the creation of the Giant, deciding that they were unlikely to need, let alone seek the intervention of such a deeply spiritual figure in what for them was such distant corner of the world.

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Who, then, should we consider as a candidate for the creation of such an alien cultural figure? Was the giant a by-product of Roman enthusiasm for all things Egyptian? In 30 B.C. Emperor Augustus defeated Mark Antony and Cleopatra, and Egypt became part of the Roman Empire.

In the years that followed, Egyptian beliefs and practices were incorporated into Roman spiritual life. In York, a stone temple was built to Isis and Serapis, and in Yorkshire in the north of England, coins were found with the image of Mark Antony on one side and an Egyptian deity on the other.

Is the giant the result of the Roman promotion of Egyptian spiritual culture? Maybe. But there is another group that could be the author of this image.

Celts. Despite their common association with Britain, the Celtic peoples were a collection of tribes that inhabited Europe and Anatolia. They were united by a common language and common cultural traits, but they should not be considered as one separate group.

The presence of the Celts in Egypt is well known and documented. Starting around 260 B.C. Celtic warriors formed part of the Egyptian military. In one case, during the reign of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, 4,000 Celtic warriors from the Balkans were called into service.

Did former Celtic mercenaries migrate to Britain and create a giant? This is, of course, possible. However, it is more likely that it was created by the Celts, who were already the original inhabitants of Britain. If they learned about Osiris and his celestial counterpart, Orion, then it can be inferred that they learned about other aspects of Egyptian culture as well.

Did they know about the incredible antiquity of Egypt? Were their souls excited and excited by the stories of the grandiose monuments and temples of the land of Khem? Did they know that Egypt’s megalithic layout was literally a form of “heaven on earth,” an engine driven by the stars, fueled by endless cycles of birth, death, and resurrection?

This is, of course, possible. Egypt, despite the destruction caused by time and nature, still has the ability to enchant. It must have been an even more impressive place when the priests, pharaohs and worshipers who made up the bulk of Egyptian society seethed in it.

And the pyramids with preserved shell stones must have shone in the sun like bright stars, while the ancient Egyptian temples offered people the opportunity to communicate with the gods and whispered the promise of eternal life.

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The Cernes Giant is a request for something, and since people usually don’t ask for something they already have, it must be a request for something they didn’t have. The term “propitiate” means to win or return the favor of a god or person by doing something they find pleasing.

The giant from Chamois is clearly a propitiatory gesture, so it is not difficult to imagine that the local Celts, having become acquainted with the greatness of the Egyptian civilization, created the image of Osiris-Orion in an attempt to win the favor of the gods.

The painting of the giant Chamois on a hillside in Dorset was clearly the work of the community. The image is too large and detailed to be the result of one eccentric man’s obsession.

The desire to win the favor of the gods is a universal desire that has occupied all societies and manifested itself in every culture since people first thought about the existence of higher powers and omniscient beings. Plants, animals, treasures, and people have all been sacrificed or otherwise sacrificed to achieve this goal, so why not have a Cernes Giant too.

There is one more thing to consider when it comes to the connection of the giant Sernus with Osiris-Orion. The contour of the giant was created with white chalk, and within these lines, due to the presence of vegetation on the hill, the giant appeared green.

It is interesting to know that Osiris was depicted as a large green-skinned figure. For the ancient Egyptians, green symbolized fertility, and Osiris, associated with fertility and resurrection, embodied these aspects through his color.

The green god who was buried and rose again from the earth was immortalized on a hillside in green and pleasant England. The giant Chamois is a clear depiction of a celestial figure and shows the migration of spiritual concepts and cultural influences that originate in ancient Egypt.

Two thousand years ago, an unknown people sought the influence of the divine essence, creating a large image of it from chalk and grass. Two thousand years later, these people remain unknown, but the god finally has a name. Osiris Orion.

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