Sacred Chaos, Sacred Words (gks 4)


A statement of the Pharaohs power

Great Circle, the sea, the southern countries of the land of the Negro as far as the marsh lands, as far as the limits of the darkness, even to the four pillars of heaven.

Ramesses Valor

Live the Horus, Mighty Bull […] Ramesses (II), given life, forever, victorious king, valiant in the array, mighty, fighting myriads, overthrowing on his right, slaying on his left, like Set in his hour of rage, mighty Bull, shaking every opposing country with the victories of his sword; protector of Egypt, repulsing the Nine Bows. Every land fears before him; he is like a lion when he has tasted combat; no land can stand before him, King Ramesses; charging into the array, he turns not back, he is the first of the front rank of his army; valiant upon the steed, when he takes his bow, shooting on his right, and he who stands in the rear escapes him not; mighty in strength, with victorious arm, bearing the mace and the shield; crushing the chiefs beneath his feet; no one is able to sustain the combat, every country flees before him, the terror of him is like fire behind them.

Ramesses the Great

Ramesses II fearlessly charging into the enemy (Hittites). Wars in the heavens? Note the red disk above Ramesses head – you are looking at an incandescent molten Mars.

Praise to thee! O valiant king of Egypt, Sun of the nine bows.

Thy father Amun (aurora) has decreed for thee that every land be beneath thy feet; he gives to thee south as well as the north, west east, and the isles in the midst of the sea.


Lo, Amun came, with his son (Ramesses/Mars) before him, top the palace, to fix his diadem upon his head, to exalt the two plumes…. ” (Mars exhibiting cometary plumes, similar to Comet Venus).

Ramesses, who has made his monuments like the stars of heaven, whose works mingle with the sky, rejoicing over which Re rises in his house of millions of years. It was his majesty who beautified this monument for his father, in order to cause that his name should abide in the house of Ra.

Thothmosis I

His sword touches both ends of the earth.

The Poetical Stele of Thothmosis III

The Poetical Stela of Thuthmosis III

The Poetical Stela of Thuthmosis III. Note the plumed headdress worn by Amun. It signifies auroral manifestations that were seen globally during the time of the pharaohs.

I have Thothmosis III down as a guise of the moon (Thothmosis means “Born of the Luna god Thoth”). As the moon slowly fell under the gravitational spell of earth it loomed large and was thus crowned pharaoh of Egypt. The capture of earth’s Moon was a chaotic process that saw Thothmosis/Moon engage in numerous sky wars. I would argue as you would expect and its the very reason why Thothmosis/Moon would go down in history as Egypt’s greatest warrior king – Egypt’s Napoleon. What follows is an almost verbatim third party reference to the ‘The Poetical Stele of Thothmosis III.’ It should be read with my astral definitions in mind. It will enable the stele to be taken at face value instead of invoking the absurd notion that everything in ancient Egypt was idealized. I have set in bold the most relevant bits.

(link for the following here)

The inscription from the stele at the Cairo Museum (JE 3425) is presented as a speech of Amun (aurora). He welcomes the king calling Thothmosis “his son, his avenger” and embracing him. Amun states that he will give Thothmosis victory over all lands and, in fact has already made his previous victories possible. He tied up the Nubians and northerners (enemy in southern and northern skies) for the king to defeat and caused them to fall beneath his feet to be trampled. Amun (aurora) then relates his happiness at Thothmosis military victories before making a series of poetical statements each following the following structure.

With each line Amun gives Thothmosis dominance over a different part of the world and cause the people of each area to witness him as a particular phenomenon or creature each vividly described. Thus the people of Djahy in modern Lebanon see the king as radiant light shinning down upon them as the sun’s rays; while those in the Eastern Land and God’s land see the king as a shooting star that scatters its flame as fire. Those at the limits of the north were to see the king as falcon-winged, as one who could seize what he desires, while those who lived in the borderland and the Bedouin, would see the king as an Upper Egyptian jackal – a possessor of speed. Amun performs these wonders to Thothmosis because he in return does all that the god desires.

The full inscription can be read here.

Sound advice: The Ancient Records of Egypt by James Henry Breasted (and others) are to be read with my ideas in mind – it will allow the “sacred” inscriptions to be taken at face value as just they were intended.


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