Wednesday, 31 July 2013

WHEN QUEEN IS CALLED A KING Ur-Nammu, Akhenaten,God Ptah,Imhotep, Khonsu, etc

His-story Con-torted

As if Kemetians were colour blind, would they use lapis everywhere and forget to make eyes in blue colour, on all statues? I know what is this about, white supremacy shit!
The "scientists" refuse to admit such grand civilisation to be dark tanned! What a ego-maniacs!

This was by far the biggest surprise to find this icon of "king" of Sun and Moon.
It is in Venice in Pala D'Oro
Cornelis de Vos painting of "king" Solomon, in the center.

Actual statue of Tuthmosis IV and his mother TIAA, the Cairo Museum

Said Meresankh III and his mother  

Nebsen statue called the husband and wife Nebet-Ta. Nebsen is the translation: "This is their lord." But impossible to identify women who may represent Meryet-Nit with Hor-Aha or Nit-Hotep names.
Khonsu -Khonsu’s name comes from the ancient Egyptian word khens, which means to travel, to run, or to move about. An ancient deity, Khonsu is the son of Amon-Ra and Mut. Khonsu is a moon-god, who was said to cause the crescent moon to shine, cattle to become fertile, women to conceive, and for the lungs of the people to fill with fresh air.
in Wiki it is a HE
Imhotep (circa 2650-2600 BC) was an Egyptian polymath,] who served under the Third Dynasty king Djoser as chancellor to the pharaoh and high priest of the sun god Ra at Heliopolis. He is considered to be the first architect and engineer and physician in early history.
so this is a he?
Cult Image of the God Ptah Period: Third Intermediate Period–early Dynasty 26 Dynasty: Dynasty 26, early Date: ca. 945–600 B.C.
that is a HE god?

Şahmaran - So she is a 'king cobra' ! ! ! no doubt! 

Shahmaran (Kurdish: Şahmaran, Şamaran, Şa:maran; Turkish: Şahmaran, literally, shah (king) of the snakes.) is a mythical creature from the folklore of eastern ...

Statue of Hemiuni

This 26th century B.C.E. limestone statue depicts Hemiunu, nephew and vizier (high official) of Pharaoh Khufu.

This is "King" of Ur or Ur-Nammu with breasts,
narrow waste and hips! :)

These are workers from Ur, same period as their "King"!
These are nicely shaped perfect masculine bodies that one can't see today so easy.



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