Story of Ausar, Aset, and Heru
The story of Ausar, Aset, and Heru begins in Egypt.
Some of the great works of ancient Egyptian art and architectural influences
have served as a blueprint for monuments in the United States capital of Washington, D.C.
The construction of these great Washington D.C. monuments are based off the Egyptian story of Ausar, Aset, and Heru.
The Story of Ausar, Aset, and Heru
Ausar was an early leader of Kush, and genius who developed the written word, agriculture, and theology. Armed with this knowledge, Ausar left Kush to spread his teachings along the Nile Valley and around the world.
On his teaching travels, he met a beautiful Nubian woman named Auset, whom he married shortly thereafter. Auset remained in her homeland while her husband continued in his travels as a teacher.
“Who is he that you should listen to Ausar?” Set would proclaim. “Let each man do as he pleases!