Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Files are Updated

At last ... after many years of wanting to find time to update the files below, it is finally done - the files rewritten. The literature that makes up the Ancient Egyptian Funerary Texts are a collection of religious documents that were used in Ancient Egypt, usually to help the spirit of the concerned person to be preserved in the afterlife. They evolved over time, beginning with the Pyramid Texts in the Old Kingdom, which were the concern only of royal burials, through the Coffin Texts of the Middle Kingdom, the several books in the New Kingdom and later times. Think I'll move to the Egyptian Dynasties for now - though that grid seems in the remote past ... dissolved into its creation. Updating moves so quickly now as if I'm in fast motion - and Mercury is Retrograde. I also believe Crystalinks should have files updated in 2012 as it raises the energy of the entire website - feel it.

Ancient Egyptian Funerary Texts

Gods with Rods

They are alien transportation and communication devices.

Z as Anu in Sumer (Middle East)

Z as Viracocha in Mesoamerica

Z as Osiris in Egypt

Z as Ptah in Egypt

Gods, Bloodlines, and Feathered Serpents

They carry buckets

Viracocha the Feathered Serpent

Mesopotamia ... Here comes the Anunnaki

Ea stands in his watery home the Apsu.

Enki walks out of the water to the land.

Enki Seeding the Tree of Life, Flower of Life

Sacred Geometry of Creation

Creation of Bloodlines, Humans, Alchemy

Male-female separation of Twin Soul Aspects, Above and Below

Reunion at Metaphoric 2012

Quetzalcoatl at Teotihuacan - Z as another feathered serpent god