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

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« Reply #30 on: February 20, 2008, 07:22:18 pm »

The Pyramids Of Egypt As Mortuary Temples And Cenotaphs

The pyramids of Egypt — just like the ones of Indonesia, of the Far East and of the
Americas — were mortuary temples built for the repose of the dead god. This god was
often represented by the person of his dual and replica (ka), the pharaoh, the Living
Osiris. Whether the pharaoh was buried or not inside the pyramid he built for his double
is immaterial. Indeed, the pyramids were mostly cenotaphs, that is empty mortuary
temples. The body of the pharaohs was usually buried elsewhere, generally in the tombs
in the Valley of the Kings.

Likewise, many kings and emperors of the ancient and the medieval times were actually
buried inside churches and cathedrals, which no one ever equated with tombs. Like the
pyramids and temples of Egypt and elsewhere, the Christian churches too are stylized
replicas of the Holy Mountain of Paradise inside which the saints and gods of Atlantis
lie entombed. And, as we said above, their triple spires explicitly represent Mt. Trikuta,
the Triple Mountain of Paradise.

The coffins and sarcophagi found inside the Egyptian pyramids were either due to intrus-
ive burials or utterly empty, as many specialists have concluded. This fact proves beyond
reasonable doubt that the pyramids of Egypt were, like the temples, the symbolic sepul-
chers of the dead god. This is the reason why they were utterly empty, at least in a phy-
sical sense. It is in the same sense that the throne of Buddha is traditionally represented
as empty. So is its counterpart, the Ark of Covenant, the throne (or footrest) of Jahveh.
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