Enish-go-on-dosh and Hathor
After seeing the few translations that we have so far I’m left wondering what purpose his new fangled scriptures had for the Mormon people then and now. I don’t recall studying anything about the facsimiles while in Sunday school, Sacrament Meetings, LDS Seminary or Relief Society. Where is the hope for a Christian in Egyptian gods ?
This type of doctrine is the antithesis of how the Judeo-Christian God of the Bible operates. We find no hallmarks of His consistent behavior patterns in any of the Egyptian gods who conversely changed with the temperament of the people and their moods. And the cow showing up in “scripture” as something worth our time reminds me of when Aaron and the Israelites were worshipping the golden calf while waiting for Moses. There seems to be one coincidence after another in Mormon temples with their golden statues and cows…
Let’s see what Joseph Smith had to say and compare it with the experts!
5. Is called in Egyptian Enish-go-on-dosh; this is one of the governing planets also, and is said by the Egyptians to be the Sun, and to borrow its light from Kolob through the medium of Kae-e-vanrash, which is the grand Key, or, in other words, the governing power, which governs fifteen other fixed planets or stars, as also Floeese or the Moon, the Earth and the Sun in their annual revolutions. This planet receives its power through the medium of Kli-flos-is-es, or Hah-ko-kau-beam, the stars represented by numbers 22 and 23, receiving light from the revolutions of Kolob.
This is actually Hathor. She was a personification of a cow bearing a sun disk between her horns and sometimes referred to as a “mystic cow” in chapter 162 Book of the Dead. She symbolized the inferior hemisphere of heaven and also referred to as the virgin cow of the funerary ritual. Her name translated to House of Horus. (My immediate thought was House of Horrors and I don’t feel that’s any stretch of the imagination.)
She was the patron of mining, and goddess of music, motherhood, love, death and pleasure. Later she was associated with the Greek goddess Aphrodite. She was tied to the royal family of gods and was the mother-goddess of the whole world similar to Isis.
She was so revered by many throughout multiple dynastic periods that more children were named in her honor than any other god or goddess.
Her relationship with Ra was ambiguous and sometimes known as his wife and other times his mother. She became what the worshipper wanted and/or needed her to be. It shouldn’t be overlooked how there’s yet another innuendo towards incest.
Also notice the ithyphallic serpent god Nehebka behind her with the Wedjat eye. This was referred to as the Holy Ghost of Mormonism by Joseph Smith. So now we have an ithyphallic serpent god serving as the Mormon Holy Ghost and a virgin cow depicting the sun who lends light to the planet Kolob where God resides. Confused yet?
This is probably why they don’t have many lessons in Sunday school or Sacrament Meeting about Joe’s hypocephalus.