In case you skipped clicking on who Horus (a common name for deities of that Egyptian period) was, I feel compelled to re-insert my statement here:
Conceived by a virgin named Meri, with a foster father Jo-Seph, heralded by Sirius (the morning star), born on December 25 in a cave-manger attended by three wise men, with no data about his life between the ages of 12 and 30, having 12 disciples, performing miracles (including walking on water), known for a key Sermon on the Mount and self-designated God-man Savior of humanity, he died by crucifixion and resurrected three days later. His name was Horus, supposed son of Osiris. HUH??? He was born in Egypt in 1550 BC (yes, a millennium or so later, as I did say convoluted in the previous paragraph), but more than 1500 years before Jesus Christ. WHAT???
Typhoon Vongfong, now at 105 MPH, will strengthen into a Category 4 and follow a similar path of Typhoon Phanfone that struck Japan this past weekend. Vongfong could well become a super typhoon, but should weaken and most probably track slightly east of Phanfone. Certainly, parts of Japan will nevertheless again be inconvenienced this coming weekend: