Horus the Younger is the son of Isis and Osirus, conceived by the use of magic after Osirus's death. As an infant, he is shown as a human. As an adult, he is depicted as a human with a falcon's head. He represents rebirth (life out of death), avenges Osirus's death upon his uncle Set, and becomes the new ruler of Heaven in his father's place (Osirus then having become the Lord of the Underworld).




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