Saturday, July 16, 2016


Elodie Yung as Hathor in "Gods of Egypt

Hathor was the goddess of love and domesticity for Egypt.

"Gods of Egypt"
Horus must find the key to his destiny with the help of Hathor, Bek and others.

Shōkan o kitai shimasu 

Why did you plan a war against society?
You plotted to profit from the death of people
in another religion with the destruction of their property.

You counted on extracting  wealth from your people. 
You used evil for your own good.
Your deception of public perception
did not go without detection.

You used fear to intimidate people
out of questioning your decisions.
Protest didn't reach the press
until more than a decade had passed.

If you had to endure the punishment
you imposed on others, you would have your money
taken from you before you were destroyed 
in a moment of defenselessness.

As it is, you haven't been prosecuted
for a criminal charge. No indictment
has been leveled to institute 
a public investigation 
of your profit from the war
that you had organized.

You did not take refuge in national security.
You used defense as a device for deception.
The destruction of your own construction
was a Trojan horse for the world's public perception.

I am like a fruitful tree in the garden of Eden.
I delight in justice with mercy for equity 
in society.  I will give thanks for the correction
of what was wrong about what you had done.

Redemption awaits those who thirst 
for liberty with equity and justice.

52 Quid gloriaris?

1 You tyrant, why do you boast of wickedness *
against the godly all day long?
2 You plot ruin;
your tongue is like a sharpened razor, *
O worker of deception.
3 You love evil more than good *
and lying more than speaking the truth.
4 You love all words that hurt, *
O you deceitful tongue.
5 Oh, that God would demolish you utterly, *
topple you, and snatch you from your dwelling,
and root you out of the land of the living!
6 The righteous shall see and tremble, *
and they shall laugh at him, saying,
7 "This is the one who did not take God for a refuge, *
but trusted in great wealth
and relied upon wickedness."
8 But I am like a green olive tree in the house of God; *
I trust in the mercy of God for ever and ever.
9 I will give you thanks for what you have done *
and declare the goodness of your Name in the presence
of the godly.

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