19 Oct 2016

At www.godkingscenario.com/gks/tutankhamun-pectoral-gks-5 .... Gary Gilligan has continued to update his web site and has now incorporated the solar wind into an interpretation of the god Khepri. If you are familiar with this web site you will understand how he interprets pharaonic history. In this case we learn the pectoral pendant was just 4 inches across and was worn on the chest. The blue scarab beetle has been adorned with falcon wings (to signify an object in the sky) and supports a red orb. Mainstream has been inclined to view this as a representation of the sun at rising or setting when indeed it can appear to be red in hue. At the same time they thought that by observing the dung beetle rolling a ball of dung in the dust (its preferred food) ancient Egyptians may have associated it with the sun rolling across the heavens. This appears to be a rather strained interpretation but one can imagine a solar link as dung would dry out in the midday heat of Egypt. As a result of that the god Khepri is viewed as the personification of the rising sun - but was another cosmic body the origin of the myth. Red gods, as a matter of fact, are also common in Celtic and European mythology. The problem is that conventional mythologists seem quite happy with their explanations and are rarely motivated to look at them again.