Sacred Chaos, Sacred Words (gks 4)

Sacred hieroglyphs record ‘sacred’ planetary chaos

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs

Hieroglyphs from Tomb of Ramesses 6, Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Egypt.

Read any book or watch any TV documentary on ancient Egypt, or visit the Egyptian section at many of the world’s museums (or even take a trip to Egypt itself), you will immediately become aware of the ancient Egyptian system of writing – hieroglyphs.

The word hieroglyph is Greek for sacred carvings, referred to by the Egyptians as mdju netjer meaning ‘words of the gods.’ Hieroglyphs cover almost every tomb, temple and monument along the Nile Valley. Accompanying the hieroglyphs we are presented with many sacred and reoccurring scenes such as those depicting the king in the act of ‘smiting the enemy’ or ‘offering’ scenes where the pharaoh is shown making ritual offerings to Egypt’s sky gods.

In my book (An Ancient World in Chaos) I make the very simple (albeit outrageous) proposal that the hieroglyphs and the divine images were considered ‘sacred’ because they are all to do with cosmic chaos and events above – they have little, if anything, to do with events here on earth. I literally take the sacred scenes and inscriptions and transfer them up above where they belong. With this mindset, let us take a look at this virtual uncorrupted source of information to see just how this ties in with the GKS.

With the following inscriptions I ask the very basic question – are we dealing with celestial bodies or mere humans? As will become apparent, we are most definitely dealing with the former; the ancient Egyptians are clearly referring to celestial bodies in the form of divine kings and queens that graced our skies only a few thousand years ago. That said I’ll leave it for you to decide. The following ‘sacred words’ are purely random. The list will be extended as and when time permits. You will occasionally encounter dashes thus ————— it denotes undecipherable text.

The Recoding of celestial events

Tutankhamun (Mars)

Tutankhamun's painted chest

Tutankhamun’s wooden chest. The recording of battles in the heavens?

Tutankhamun's painted chest side

King Tut trampling Egypt’s enemy underfoot – events in the heavens? Note the Mars disk in the headgear.

Text on the side of King Tutankhamun wooded chest from his tomb in the Valley of the Kings.

Perfect god, likeness of Ra (Re), who appears over foreign lands like the rising of Ra, who destroys this land of vile Kush, who shoots his arrows against the enemy.

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If we are to make sense of the above then there are some fundamental questions that stand out here; questions such as, how can humans be considered as “perfect gods?” How on earth (literally) can humans be in the likeness of the sun? How can people physically appear over foreign lands?

Although the above and similar inscriptions are demoted to a world we little understand I will show how we can take the above totally at face value by simply invoking the GKS. With the GKS there will be no twisting, contorting or trying to bash square pegs in round holes. We will be able to take the sacred words of the Egyptians strictly as read, more importantly, exactly as understood by the Egyptians. Analysing the above text, line by line let me show you how.

Perfect god…

The four main perpetrators of chaos were Mars, Venus, Mercury and the Moon (Horus bodies) and in looming larger than the sun (Ra) as they repeatedly visited earth in a perennial cycle of death and rebirth as Egypt’s divine kings and queens. As with the solar deity Ra, they were naturally deemed “perfect gods.” Human beings, whether from ancient times or today’s modern world can never be deemed as “perfect gods.” This, I contend, is a ridiculous notion.

Likeness of Ra…

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Tutankhamun/Mars inlaid pectoral. The red orb in the likeness of the red sun, hence Tut was know as the “Lordly Manifestation of Ra.

In my book An Ancient world in Chaos under the chapter ‘A Twilight World’ sub heading ‘Ra (Re) the sun god – the red Sun god,’ I show how the ancient Egyptians depicted our sun as a red disk because it appeared as a red disk! It appeared red because it was hazed behind 93 million miles (distance between the earth and the sun) of dust and debris (and dust in earth’s atmosphere), a natural consequence of cosmic chaos mostly ignored by other catastrophists.

Typical Egyptian Sun

Typical Egyptian Sun

The planets in chaos would also appear as large red orbs, in particular Mars, the ‘Red God of War,’ and as a result were given the common epithet “Likeness of Ra” (and offspring of Ra) This is the very reason why the red disk dominates Egyptian art (Please note when observing Egyptian art; the crescent Moon conspicuous by its absence).

“… who appears over foreign lands like the rising of Ra.

Could this be any more revealing? How can human beings ever appear over foreign lands like the rising sun? This is a clear and unequivocal description of a celestial body (Mars) appearing over foreign lands.

“… who destroys this land of vile Kush , who shoots his arrows against the enemy.

Since I identify Tutankhamun as a guise of Mars, this is Mars/Tutankhamun waging war against the evil dust and debris (asteroids, comets) that further threatened to blot out the red sun (Ra) and bring the whole world into chaos (Seth). The shooting of arrows is the skies of earth lighting up with trillions of shooting stars – the result of countless tons of dust and debris falling to earth and burning up in earth’s atmosphere.

By simply invoking the GKS and the notion that Tutankhamun (“Living Image of Amun“) was one of the many names given to Mars, let us now read the sacred text from the side of Tutankhamun’s wooden chest in its entirety and see how it makes perfect sense. Bearing in mind all I’ve done is add “Mars/Tutankhamun.”

Mars/Tutankhamun, perfect god, likeness of Ra, who appears over foreign lands like the rising of Ra, who destroys this land of vile Kush, who shoots his arrows against the enemy.

All kings were attributed similar characteristics.

The Sky God Horus

A brief word on the god Horus since all celestial ka kings were were the manifestation of Horus.

The astral monarchy were nurtured and protected by a number of cosmogonical deities as they moved back and forth to earth (Isis, Hathor, Osiris, Amun, etc.) and one of these was the hawk headed god Horus. Horus (Heru, “He who is above,” literally!) was the god of the sky, the embodiment of divine kingship and protector of the pharaoh. The kingly planets would become “Horus, god on earth” when reigning over earth and Osiris upon death (as they moved away and morphed into stars). It is no coincidence a soaring bird of prey was chosen for the role of universal guardian of the celestial kings. Simple formula for Horus: Horus = ruling pharaoh = planet ruing the sky above.

Tuthmosis I (“Born of the god Thoth” = Moon)

“… of his induction, his coronation as Lord of the Two Lands, to rule the circuit of the sun.

(Breasted, Vol 2 p29)

Tuthmosis I cartouches

Rulers of the cosmos. Throne name and personal name of Tuthmosis I written in cartouches.

Planetary god kings traversed the same basic path or circle (around earth) of the sun (the plane of the ecliptic) – they were accordingly deemed as “Rulers of the Circuit of the Sun.” Such an exalted status was embodied in the Ancient Egyptian Cartouche which… “symbolized everything that the sun encircled and is thus an indication of the king’s rule of the cosmos” (Tour Egypt). Human beings do not rule the cosmos nor the circuit of Ra.

Year 2, second month of the first season, fifteenth day, under the majesty of Horus: Mighty Bull, Beloved of Maat; Favorite of the Goddesses: Shining in the Serpent-diadem, Mighty in Strength; Golden Horus: Godly in Years, Making hearts live; King of Upper and Lower Egypt : Okheperkere, who is given life; Son of Re: Thutmose forever, eternally.

Planetary bodies physically ‘shine’ not human beings, least not in the context presented above. The main perpetrators of chaos were Mars, Venus, Mercury and the Moon (Horus bodies). All would, at some point, incandess or ‘shine’ red with heat in the image of their father Ra (cause: tidal friction, internal convulsions or as in the case of Venus and the Moon, newly birthed bodies cooling down). This being the very reason why the red disk dominates Egyptian art.

Golden horus symbol

Golden Horus glyph.

In addition to generating their own light we also have reflected light from the Sun (the moon shines by reflected sunlight) – granting errant bodies the ability to ‘shine’ not only red but in a variety of colours including that of gold. Part of the royal titulary included the “Golden Horus” name which was simply written with the hieroglyph for gold (the glyph below the Horus figure in the image). Egyptologists are confused by its meaning citing perhaps it symbolized the kings divinity since gold was the flesh of the gods (Tour Egypt). I would suggest it originated from kingly bodies occasionally appearing gold or even more likely the result of Horus bodies ejecting golden bursts of material – as the glyph implies.

I will add my definition of the “Serpent-diadem” at a later date suffice to say it has to do with the solar wind stripping material from planetary bodies and creating a serpent-like crown, meanwhile here some more references to pharaonic planets in the act of “shining” (my bold emphasis).

He fixed my Horus upon the standard; he made me mighty as a mighty bull. He caused that I (Tuthmosis III) should shine in the midst of Thebes in this my name, Horus: Mighty Bull, Shining in Thebes.

“Horus: Mighty Bull, Shining in Thebes” is a very common epithet bestowed upon the Pharaohs.

As Horus, the astral Monarchy not only rose and set in the image of Ra, they also invoked the qualities of the “Mighty Bull” as they perpetually ploughed headlong through Egypt’s enemy (dust and debris, darkness).

What follows is Venus in the guise of Hatshepsut (“Foremost of the Noble Women”) also ‘shining’ and ‘illuminating’ just like the red sun.

Live the Horus: Wosretkew; Favorite of the Two Goddesses; Fresh in Years; Golden Horus: Divine of Diadems; splendid part of her father, Amon-Re, lord of heaven, who has not been far removed from the father of all gods, shining in brightness like the Horizon-God she illuminates like the sun, vivifying the hearts of the people, who is exalted in name so that it hath reached heaven.

(Breasted)

As above, all planetary bodies were the incarnation of Horus when ruling over earth and as large incandescent reddish orbs all would generate or reflect a certain amount of ‘shining light.’

Why are such ‘shining’ traits ignored by scholars? Am I the only one prepared to question these distinctly abnormal qualities apparently given to humans? Am I the only one listening the Ancient Egyptians? Even without the shining reference, the text is clearly alluding to celestial bodies.

Tuthmosis I (Moon)

Beautiful in years, who makes hearts live; Bodily Son of Re, Thutmose I Shining-in-Beauty.

“Beautiful in years,” – a reference to a human king wearing well perhaps? I strongly doubt it! Divine planetary bodies in the guise of kings and queens were “beautiful in years.”

Sa Ra, son of the red sun glyph.

Sa Re, son of the red sun.

“Bodily son of Re….” – predominantly appearing as red disks all planetary kings (and queens) were considered to be directly related to the perennial red sun god Ra. This direct physical colour association led to the pharaohs adopting the title sa re which means “Son of Ra.’ Ra was perceived as father to all as it forever rose and set in an enduring and predictable fashion (chaos permitting of course). In contrast the divine monarchy were not so immortal. They lived and died to earth, many times changing location and attributes, hence the variety of pharaonic epithets bestowed upon them.

We can see the sa re, “Son of Ra” title in the following.

“Son of Ra, of his body, his beloved Tuthmosis, shining like Ra…..”

Again, incandescent bodies ‘shine’ not human beings!

 

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