The Ancient Egyptians Decoded The Sun
November 24, 2012 in Activism
Towards the end of the Ancient Egyptian’s civilization, things started to go down hill, and much of if not almost all of it was related to the Sun.
The Greek dramatist Sophocles (in Oedipus Tyrannus) wrote of diasters and plagues that befell Thebes, which Marie Delcourt (in Sterilites mysterieuses et naissances malefiques dans l’antiquite classique, 1938) says was an attempt to show that ‘plague’ referred to sterility, or barrennes, of women, accompanied by barrenness of cattle and land.
For the Ancient Egyptians, it had become too late. The end had already begun: graphs of the Sun’s radiation at around this time (1350 BC), show that a massive Sunspot minimum occurred at that time, causing infertility in females. This was accompanied, at the same time, by a mini-ice age, resulting in less evaporation of waters from the oceans, reduced rainfall globally, and reduced rainfall, particularly in Africa, the source of the Nile, leading to drought and crop failure.
When precipitation does occur, colder temperatures in the upper atmosphere lead to an increase in hail formation at higher altitudes. At the same time an increase in ionising radiation allows more harmful radiation to enter the Earth’s atmosphere, resulting in genetic mutation of gestating foetuses and increased infant mortality.
All of this is mentioned both in the Bible AND in an Ancient Egyptian papyrus of the sage Ipuwer:
The river is blood. If one drinks it, one rejects [it] and thirsts for water (Egyptian papyrus 2:10)
…And all the waters that were in the river were turned to blood. And the fish that were in the river died; and the river stank, and the Egyptians could not drink the water of the river (Exodus vii, 20, 21)
Plague is throughout the land. Blood is everywhere (Egyptian papyrus 2:6)
…And there was blood throughout all the land of Egypt (Exodus vii, 7:21)
All animals, their hearts weep, cattle moan because of the state of the land (Egyptian papyrus 5:5)
Behold, the land of the Lord is upon thy cattle which is in the field, upon the horses, upon the asses, upon the camels, upon the oxen, and upon the sheep: there shall be a very grievous murrain (Exodus ix, 3)
Gates, columns and walls are consumed by fire (Egyptian papyrus 2:10)
…And the Lord sent thunder and hail, and the fire ran along upon the ground; and the Lord rained hail upon the land of Egypt (Exodus ix, 23)
That has perished which yesterday was seen, and the land is left over to its weakness like the cutting of the flax (Egyptian papyrus 4:14)
…And the hail smote every herb of the field, and brake every tree of the field (Exodus ix, 25)
The children of princes are dashed against walls. The once prayed for children are now laid on the high ground (Egyptian papyrus 4:3)
….And it came to pass, that at midnight the Lord smote all the first-born in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh that sat on his throne unto the firstborn of the captive that was in the dungeon (Exodus xii, 29)
Groaning is throughout the land, mingled with lamentations (Egyptian papyrus 3:14); he who places his brother in the land is everywhere…(Egyptian papyrus 2:13)
…And there was a great cry in Egypt, for there was not a house where there was not one dead (Exodus xii, 30)
The Ancient Egyptians were able to calculate the Sunspot cycle, which is a theory that our present astronomers barely know! They were somehow able to do this by means of accurate observations of the sky, consistently carried out over thousands of years and with the help of very advanced mathematics. How highly developed must their mathematical knowledge have been? Very highly indeed. Much higher than we thought up to now!
To describe the Sunspot cycle theory in mathematical language, you need to know an incredible amount of information about space geometry (the volume and surface of spheres, for example), the calculation of ellipses, and have a great number of other complex arithmetical skills. And yet, somehow the Ancient Egyptians were able to do it. Their Egyptian papyri prove that they had this knowledge.
What is just as sensational though, is that the Ancient Egyptians must have also known integral and differential equations; or otherwise it would have been just about impossible to calculate the Sunspot cycle!
And where did all this knowledge come from? It came from their ancestors, the inhabitants of Aha-Men-Ptah (Atlantis). We can be sure of that thanks to the translation of their story through their ancient hieroglyphs done by people like the Egyptologist Albert Slosman. They encoded these stories into their structures such as in the Temples of Dendera, Edfu, and Esna.
Their stories point to the legacy of a lost civilization that had disappeared during a catastrophic disaster.
Here are some pictures of the Ancient Egyptian temple of Dendera:
Here are some pictures of the Ancient Egyptian temple of Edfu:
Here are some pictures of the Ancient Egyptian temple of Esna:
Nebkheperure Tutankhamun (alternately spelled with Tuten-, -amen, -amon; lack of written vowels in Egyptian allows for different transliterations) *tuwt-ʕankh-yamān was a Pharaoh of the Eighteenth dynasty (ruled 1333 BC – 1324 BC), during the period of Egyptian history known as the New Kingdom. His original name, Tutankhaten, meant “Living Image of Aten”, while Tutankhamun meant “Living Image of Amun”. He is possibly also the Nibhurrereya of the Amarna letters.
He is also significant as a figure who managed the beginning of the transition from the heretical Atenism of his predecessors Akhenaten and Smenkhkare back to the familiar Egyptian religion.
As Tutankhamun began his reign at age 9, his vizier and eventual successor Ay was probably making most of the important political decisions during Tutankhamun’s reign. Nonetheless, Tutankhamun is, in modern times, one of the most famous of the Pharaohs, and the only one to have a nickname in popular culture (“King Tut”).
The 1923 discovery by Howard Carter of Tutankhamun’s nearly intact tomb (subsequently designated KV62) received worldwide press coverage and sparked a renewed public interest in Ancient Egypt, of which Tutankhamun remains the popular face.
A hundred and forty-two objects had been buried in the tomb of King Tut. They were interlaced and woven in the layers of bandages wrapped around the mummified body.
Also buried in the tomb of King Tut was a special golden mask. The mask was made from solid gold inlaid with opaque blue glass, imitating lapis lazuli. The mask was made from two pieces of beaten gold sheets, accurate to within one thousandth of an inch in thickness across the entire surface. It measures 54 centimetres (approximately 1 foot 10 inches) high and weighs 10.23 kilogrammes (22 1/2 pounds).
The official interpretation of the significance of the piece simply states that the mask portrays Tutankhamun as Osiris, wearing the nemes, the headcloth of royalty, with a pigtail down the back. The forehead carries the vulture and cobra symbols of Upper and Lower Egypt.
But there is much more to the the mask than this, because upon close examination of the mask, from the rear, follows the outline of a Human male symbol representing fertility. The pigtail becomes the central vein along the shaft of the symbol. The rear of the top of the symbol is covered with (26) rays of the Sun (the duration of the equatorial magnetic field of the Sun, on the Sun’s surface, in days), linking the Sun with Tutankhamun, and both again, with fertility.
The pigtail also resembles the tail of a bee, which is an insect known to be controlled by the Sun’s radiation.
From the front elevation, the number of horizontal bands corresponds with the rotation of the Sun’s equatorial magnetic field seen from the Earth, the 28-day fertility cycle.
Here are some pictures of the golden mask, also called “The golden deathmask”, that was found buried in King Tut’s tomb:
King Tut’s mummy was covered with objects, primarily pieces of jewellery, including necklaces, pendants, rings, amulets, corselets, collars, vultures, serpents and brooches.
Two daggers were also found strategically positioned; both of them had sheaths of gold but only one of the blades was made of gold, the other one was made of iron.
The dagger made of iron is extremely important, because before the iron blade was discovered in King Tut’s tomb, many historians insisted that iron had never been used, or even discovered, in Egypt. But now we know differently.
The iron dagger is also important because it is magnetic and could be used as a compass for traveling.
This is just another discovery that proves that historians are not always right and that there is much more for us to learn about the Ancient Egyptians than many of us may have previously considered.
Here is a picture of the golden dagger that was found buried in King Tut’s tomb:
There was also an Iron plate that was discovered in the Great Pyramid of Ancient Egypt. This not only proves that the Ancient Egyptians knew about Iron, but it also proves that they used it. Aside from King Tut’s Iron dagger, this is just more evidence that most of all of the historians were wrong about just how sophisticated the Ancient Egyptians really were. Here is the report with the picture included: http://www.catchpenny.org/iron.html
Here is another site that describes how the Ancient Egyptians were aware of the existence of Iron and also how they used it: http://a1egypt.egyptgiftshops.com/index.php?main_page=page&id=141&chapter=3
Also buried in King Tut’s tomb was a special Scarab Brooch that contains important symbolic significance.
Upon closer inspection of the brooch, it was found that there are three parallel bars at the tail end of the scarab that are not proportionately spaced. The distance from the outer edges of the bars to the center line of the crescent disc measures the same, but the distance between the inside edge of each bar varies to the center line.
Despite this, the brooch itself appears to contain symmetry between it’s left and right halves, and indeed, there are 183 inlaid stones in each wing, 366 in total, representing the number of days in a leap year. But closer inspection of the stones reveals that symmetry does not exist between the arrays of stones in opposing wings.
The next point to note is the number of stones contained between gaps in the feathers on each wing. The total number of stones now amounts to 397.
The disc of the brooch contains 360 degrees. The total number of inlaid stones amounts to 397; 397-360 = 37, and 37 is an astronomically significant number because it is the number of the duration, in days, of one revolution of the Sun’s polar magnetic field. Here, the 360-degree movement of the Earth around the Sun is emphasized, together with the revolutionary period of the Sun’s polar cap.
It is the movement of the cap, in relation to the movement of the Sun’s equator, which causes radiation of the Solar wind, which impinges on the Earth.
The encoding of these numbers into the Scarab Brooch shows us again how smart these people were and how advanced was the level of mathematics that the Ancient Egyptians had actually reached.
The information contained within the Ancient Scarab Brooch allows access to another layer of information that is encoded into it.
The design of the Scarab Brooch was made to incorporate a schematic of the electromagnetic interaction that takes place between the Sun and the Earth. The magnetic fields of the Sun and Earth are clear, as is the bow shock that results from the interaction of the solar wind on the Earth’s magnetic shield, the magnetosphere.
The Scarab Brooch contains several layers of information:
1. The disc, the scarab, and the crescent together form the hieroglyphic name Neb-khepru-Re – Tutankhamun.
2. The distance between the rays and the center line of the crescent is symmetrical. However, the distance between the inside rays is asymmetrical. This tells the observer that the outside wings of the scarab are symmetrical but that the number of stones inside each wing is asymmetrical.
3. 183 feather stones are inlaid in each wing, which shows symmetry; together these total 366, the number of days in a leap year. However, each group of 183 stones is comprised of different numbers of stones on respective feather rows; 31 stones are distributed asymmetrically in gaps between feathers. The total number of stones therefore is 366+31 which = 397.
4. The solar disc and crescent of the brooch appear to contain another level of information; which is that the solar disc, consisting of 360 degrees, and the crescent (representing the polar cap of the Sun, which takes 37 days to rotate) together add up to 397. This allows for a further step in the interpretation of the symbolic significance of the brooch.
5. The brooch shows the schematic of the Sun and its magnetic field showering particles, the solar wind, towards the Earth. This bombardment results in compression of the Earth’s magnetic field on the Sunward side, which results in a bow shock.
The Ancient Scarab Brooch from King Tut’s tomb tells us many things about their level of knowledge. It also contains the following encoded information:
1. The name of Tutankhamun, Neb-khepru-Re.
2. The number of stones in the feathers adds up to 366, the number of days in one leap year.
3. That the rotational period of the Sun’s polar cap amounts to 37 days.
4. That magnetic interaction takes place between the Sun and the Earth.
5. That the Sun emits particles, the solar wind, which bombard the Earth, causing distortion to the Earth’s magnetic shield, the magnetosphere.
Here is a picture of the cleverly encoded Scarab Brooch that was discovered in King Tut’s tomb:
Another item found in King Tut’s tomb was a rare complex beaded necklace. It was found in a jumbled bundle on the floor of the Antechamber together with a cache of finger-rings threaded along a slim tubular roll of fabric. These were thought to have been stolen from the Burial Chamber and discarded by fleeing robbers during their hasty exit from the tomb.
The six-tiered necklace clearly resembles rays of the Sun. The fastening clasp consists of two ingots adorned with solar discs. One of the ingots is missing a solar disc bead. This ingot, like the other, should carry 14 beads, but because one stone is missing, it carries only 13.
Both of those numbers are astronomically significant. 13 is the number of half the rotational duration of the Sun’s equatorial magnetic field (measured on the surface of the Sun), and 14 is the number of half the duration of the Sun’s magnetic field, measured and viewed from the Earth.
The cache of finger-rings found with the necklace amounts to an invitation to ‘count’ using our fingers. Counting the beads from the neck edge outwards.
Upon closer inspection of the necklace, one realizes that once again the Ancient Egyptians have encoded information in numbers. Rows 1 and 2 of the necklace both add up to 13. When these two rows are added you get the number 26, which is the number of the rotational period, in days, of the Sun’s equatorial magnetic field (as measured on the Sun’s surface).
Row 3 adds up to 37 beads, which represents the rotational period of the Sun’s polar magnetic field, in days (as measured on the Sun’s surface).
Row 4 and 5 again add up to the number 26, the number of the rotational period, in days, of the Sun’s equatorial magnetic field (as measured on the Sun’s surface).
Row 6 adds up to 110.
The total number of beads on the necklace adds up to 397. When you subtract row 3 (37) from the total number of beads on the necklace (397), you again get the number 360 just like the number from the Scarab Brooch, which again, represents the 360-degree rotation of the solar polar field every 37 days.
So the significance of the necklace is extremely important, because it contains the following facts which again show proof of the Ancient Egyptians supreme knowledge of astronomy:
1. There are 397 full beads on the necklace, which, like the number 397 in the Scarab Brooch, explain that the rotational duration of the Sun’s pole is 37 days (the Sun’s pole rotates 360 degrees in 37 days).
2. The number of beads in different rows of the necklace reveals that the rotational duration of the Sun’s equator is 26 days, and that the rotational duration of the poles is 37 days (as measured on the Sun’s surface).
3. The number of solar discs on the necklace, featured in the two ingots, contains the rotation rates of the Sun’s equator measured on the Sun, which is 26 days, and again from the Earth, which is 28 days.
Both the Scarab Brooch and the Beaded Necklace that were found in King Tut’s tomb reveal that the Ancient Egyptians knew about the super-science of the Sun.
It is also now known that the Ancient Egyptians knew about the fact that the Sun’s radiation was causing infertility on the Earth around that period of time that King Tut was in power.
Before the Ancient Egyptian civilization descended into corruption, they derived their strength from their faith. It was for them a useful system of belief, because it gave them goals and rules from which they could build up intense experiences. To them, life consisted of service, and all their doings were focused on the life awaiting them after death.
This efficient system ruled their whole life; it gave purpose to it and preserved them from chaotic ideas. Their scientific knowledge about man and the Universe revealed to them the relation between Humanity and its destiny. Through this understanding they had superior insight into the origins of social mechanisms, their feelings, hopes and fears.
This belief system pushed them in the direction of meaningful goals from which they got their strength as well. They culturally expressed this in their legends and buildings.