- G-day Mike & Mythis ; (GPR) Ground Penetrating Radar .is here and has been used for many years .by the USA .it has shown areas of Egypt and the SouthMessage 1 of 4 , Jan 1, 2007View Source
G-day Mike & Mythis ;
(GPR) Ground Penetrating Radar …is here and has been
used for many years …by the USA …it has shown areas of Egypt
and the South American continent where there are certain things
buried! In sand …sheet pilling…sunk in a circle around the “object”
would allow sand material to be [sucked]- vacuumed out of the circle…\
to uncover what is laying below …it’s not that hard to understand …is it ?
the Libyan and Egyptian governments only have to give permission for
this …and (Volla) …it will happen …but as long as the [egg-heads] ‘those’
non-practical people (theoretical idiots) are calling the tune …all you will get
is [dah-dah-dahing] just like the [united nations council on ( ! )] or what ever is
the ( IN name ) is the flavour of [this] moment in time …or as some primitives
would say ( him talka long time fella ) J
happy new year alla the time J Moby
you make a good point. even though a solar deity was always
adored in egypt, there were many others besides, with a powerful
network of priests. it was the exclusion of the others that caused
so much turmoil.
i finished this book, and hope that others found something
they say that the dunes of the sahara are advancing to the west.
this seems contrary to the winds in many areas. it would be great if
the sands were absent, so that the wonders below might be revealed.
its terrible how many sculptures have been mutilated, and how many
monuments have been dismantled for building supplies. its shameful,
when so much limestone, and mud for bricks are readily available.
happy new year!
--- In Precolumbian_ Inscriptions@ yahoogroups. com, mythisis@... wrote:
> Hello Mike
> You asked why the Egyptians were so resistant to Akenaten when
> worshipped the sun anyway. This is just my opinion of course butaside from the
> obvious priestly concerns, I think it has more to do with the Atenreplacing
> Goddess worship. Prior to this there was always the Goddess (Isis)and her
> consort/lord Osiris and the resurrected son/sun (Horus). Byinstilling the belief of
> only one God and that one being male in nature, you take theancient Goddess
> worship away from the Egyptian people and of course they rebelledagainst
> such a thing as their practices have always been Goddess based,even though the
> Creator god of Atum was personified as male. The very ancientfemale aspect
> of worship was always balanced in the Egyptian scheme of things,balance was
> a spiritual desire. So by taking away the balance you wouldnaturally upset
> people.If you look at the artwork of ancient Egypt, it very muchreflects a
> society that strongly believed in the madonna/child imagery and ofthe
> resurrected god. Akenaten upset the entire society greatly bytrying to instill this
> "monotheistic" belief of only the Aten.silken
> Just some thoughts,
> And she danced under the icy winter moon with snow falling in her
> hair, until she found the ring of roses that enticed her intotheir warmth.