Título: “Por la Razón o la Crema”. Autor: Francisca Vilches. Técnica: Autorretrato fotográfico. Descripción: La luma como objeto fálico y de extensión del poder fáctico, desde el Estado a los agentes que usan la herramienta del terror que imponen la ley en las calles, no sólo para sodomizar los cuerpos de los ciudadanos, sino que también para que el cuerpo se rinda ante el castigo. Es la prolongación de la moral ética o de las estructuras de justicia del poder y el Estado, hacia el individuo categorizado como delincuente o simplemente indisciplinado. El falo castigador y vigilante como el ente reparador del orden y la conducta
The Egyptians, who were the authors of the mysteries and mythical representation, did not ignorantly literalize mythical characters, and had no “Fall of Man” to encounter; as Christianity does. Consequently, they had no need of a Redeemer from the effects of that which had never occurred. They did not rejoice over the death of their suffering Savior, because his agony, shame, and bloody sweat were falsely supposed to rescue them from the consequence of broken laws. On the contrary, they thought that everyone created his own Karma here, and that the past deeds made the future fate.
Horus did things for the glory of his Father, and not to save the souls of men from having to do them. There was no vicarious SALvation or imputed righteousness. He did not come to save sinners. Horus was a model of divine worship, but his followers must conform to his example and do in life what he had done, before they could claim any fellowship with him in death. ”Except ye do these things yourselves, there is no passage, no opening of the gate to the land of life everlasting”.