ca. 3,400 year old Egyptian Drawing of a Garden. part of a small shrine,water,trees,orchard
[EGYPT 29925]<br /> ’Nemset vessels in Horus Shrine at Abydos’.<br /> <br /> This relief detail on the west wall of the Horus Shrine in the Seti I Temple at Abydos shows a bouquet of lotus flowers and two “nemset vessels”. This kind of spouted vase was used to sprinkle water in purification rites. The relief is part of a scene in which Seti is offering incense to Horus. <br /> The Horus Shrine is one of three small shrines that are located north of the Inner Osiris Hall. <br /> The Seti…
Tutankhamun, solid Gold Hieroglyphs depicting the Alchemy and Genetic manipulation of the Gods, Animals, and Alien DNA to turn Human kind into a 'Slave Race' of into Limited Conciousness. Out True Father God or Prime Creator, allowed this as our planet was then moved into a 'Duality' of Good and Evil. We as humans, agreed to this, and God has now decreed that this 'game' is over, and we are to be freed of the Dark Alien forces, and their 'Illuminati/Cabal human hybrids. (2014, 2015).
*Anuket _ In Egyptian mythology, Anuket (Anukis) was originally a personification of the goddess of the Nile - originally a deity connected to water, becoming later a goddess associated with sexuality. *
Egypt The Great Temple at Abu Simbel is often considered pharaoh Ramesses II’s greatest creation. Like many sun temples of the world, the construction of this shrine too was so planned to permit the entrance of sun’s rays on a specific spot every February and October 22nd. However the temple, built in 1244 BC is no longer situated at its original location. It was dismantled and shifted in 1964 to prevent any loss due to rising water level of Nile as a result of the Aswan Dam.
Amnte Nofre - Egyptian Religion — pouring water on the altar with the ḥs-vase...
pouring water on the altar with the ḥs-vase (topped by a falcon-head with the Solar disk). Detail from the west wall of the Bark Shrine of King Ramses II in the “Temple of Millions of Years” of King Ramses III at west ‘Uaset’-Thebes