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  1. the earliest temple " GOBLEKI TEPE" shows a pillar which has cranes and serpent's, i think there is a bull too... this could be why surah najm states 3 cranes. crane being the female god and bull being the male god.
  2. both Osiris and Ptah are shown as green skinned. according to wiki it means the colour of rebirth as in spring. i have actually seen a reptilian when i was a teenager.... the worship of snakes goes way back, right to the very first religions. therefore i rekon it is reptilian.
  3. green (the color of rebirth) anyone know why it is green?
  4. The name "al-Khiḍr" shares exactly the same triliteral root as the Arabic al-akhḍar or al-khaḍra, a root found in several Semitic languages meaning "green" or "verdant" (as in al-Qubbah al-Khaḍrā’ or the Green Dome). Therefore, the meaning of the name has traditionally been taken to be "the Green One" or "the Verdant One". Some contemporary scholars have disagreed with this assessment;[18] however some others point to a possible reference to the Mesopotamian figure Utnapishtim from the Epic of Gilgamesh through the Arabization of his nickname, "Hasisatra".[19] According to another view, the na
  5. Osiris was green too... Osiris is represented in his most developed form of iconography wearing the Atef crown, which is similar to the White crown of Upper Egypt, but with the addition of two curling ostrich feathers at each side. He also carries the crook and flail. The crook is thought to represent Osiris as a shepherd god. The symbolism of the flail is more uncertain with shepherds whip, fly-whisk, or association with the god Andjety of the ninth nome of Lower Egypt proposed.[11] He was commonly depicted as a pharaoh with a complexion of either green (the color of rebirth) or black (al
  6. Ptah is generally represented in the guise of a man with green skin, contained in a shroud sticking to the skin, wearing the divine beard, and holding a sceptre combining three powerful symbols of ancient Egyptian religion: The Was sceptre The sign of life, Ankh The Djed pillar Green skin.....father....god... is this god actually a reptilian???
  7. 69842 = illuminati ra ptah sol sol 88 74 Can anyone tell me why 2 suns in the above?
  8. Our Father who art in Heaven.... does this prayer ring a bell?
  9. Ptah Symbol the djed pillar, the bull Parents none (self-created or un-created) Consort Sekhmet and Bast Offspring Nefertem, Maahes Ptah had no parents; since he was the creator, he came first
  10. Now back to my dob being coded into Ancient Egyptian texts. i found 88 g=7 d=4 88 GD Jewish folk spell God with a G_D only. still a 74 though with a 88. Below is what i found exactly.......... 69842 = illuminati ra ptah sol sol 88 74 we all know who RA and SOL are.... as for PTAH What is Ptah known for? Ptah, also spelled Phthah, in Egyptian religion, creator-god and maker of things, a patron of craftsmen, especially sculptors; his high priest was called “chief controller of craftsmen.” The Greeks identified Ptah with Hephaestus (Vulcan), the divine black
  11. who would have thought....but i am coded into Egyptian scriptures too... my dob in all of the above again...
  12. I think it is the 4 cardinal points that is being referred to here....
  13. Name Appearance Organ Orientation Tutelary Deity Imsety Human Liver South Isis Duamutef Jackal Stomach East Neith Hapi (Xapi) Baboon Lungs North Nephthys Qebehsenuef Falcon Intestines West Serket
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