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The Atlantean Symbolism Of The Egyptian Temple-Prof.Arysio Santos

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« on: February 19, 2008, 10:37:37 pm »



FIGURE 2
The Temple of Ramses
at Medinet Habu






There Will Be A New Heaven And A New Earth





It is precisely this ancient conception that is meant in the Book of Revelation where it alludes to
the fall or descent of the New Jerusalem from above, and adds that "there will be a new earth
and a new heaven". The temple of Ramses III one of the most beautiful and best preserved
ancient Egyptian temples will serve as the base of our discussion. It is shown below, in the magnificent reconstruction of Fig.2.

At the faces of the pylons can be seen one of the most constant features of Egyptian temples:
the engraved image of the god or the pharaoh impassively smashing the heads of prisoners.
Indeed, the images are dual, and represent the twin gods wielding their maces with a solemn detachment. These twin gods are the aliases of Hercules and Atlas, the Primordial Twins of
Atlantis. In other words, what the impressive engraving shows is the destruction of Atlantis
by its two patron deities, Hercules and Atlas.

The icon also corresponds to a similar motif which is extremely popular in the Far East and which
shows Yama and Yamantaka (or their many aliases) killing the Bull or some other enemy that
represents Atlantis. It is strange to see the god who is the patron and founder of a nation to
wipe it out so recklessly. But such is invariably the case, for the hand that creates is the same
one that destroys, when the right time comes. And this great god is Shiva. In the Far East,
Shiva is deemed, like Jahveh, to be both the Creator and the Destroyer of all things, which are
infallibly doomed to die.
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