16 juni 2018
The Eye of Ra
The famous Eye of Ra is also called the Eye of Horus. In the name Ra we recognize the last characters of name Osiris. The name of the High Priest of On (Heliopolis) “Potifera” in Genesis 41, the history of Joseph, was also dedicated to the Sun God Ra. While the name of On resonates with Anu who was the leader of the Anunnaki.
Ra is also recognizable in names as Abraham, Sarah and Rahab. Rahab was both a whore (Jozua 2) and a dragon (Revelation 12). Maybe “Ra” is also recognizable in the name dragon and the Dutch word “draak”.
The Eye of Horus is synonymously with a so called “Heqat”. As far as I know Horus had six sub-Heqats or powers (Eye of Horus, z.d.). Six is the central number of the Migdol of Cairo aka the Great Pyramid in Exodus 14:1-2 (Bullinger, 1921, Part II: Its spiritual significance: six). Six is also the number of the antichrist (Revelation 13:18). These six sub-heqats remind me of the six hadiths in islam. Not for nothing Allah is compared with Baal Tzaphon who is the Sphinx as the Great Pyramid – the Migdol – is supposed to be a temple for the Sphinx.
The Sphinx was Baal Tzaphon. Zeus, Marduk, Ahura Mazda and Osiris were all masks of each other (Sauer, 1940, p. 208). The Jews named this mysterious god that was connected to the Sphinx and the Mount Aqra in northern Syria, Baal Tzaphon (Matheny, 2011, p. 138). While Osiris was both in the Palermo Stone and the Turin Papyrus another name for Ausar who was a god of Assyria. Ausar was another copy of Marduk, the God of Babylon (Al-Sawa in Fatuhi, 2012, p. 136). Marduk was named Merodach in Jeremiah 50:2. Also in tablet 7 of the Enumah Elish we read that Assur aka Anshar was the same god as Marduk (Enuma Elish, King, vert. 1902). Others called Ausar the same god as Marduk (Black & Green, 2014, p. 177, par. Tiamat’s creatures; D.J. Wiseman, 2004, p. 71).
The link with islam is not so far away. Ausar or Assur was also named Anshar who was ‘the father of Anu’ (Black & Green, 2014, p. 38, par. Assur). Anu was most likely an imitation of the Egyptian city “On” while he was the leader of the Anunnaki. And more: Ansjaar is mentioned in the Quran in Sura 9:117. The word “Sura” may also be a degeneration of Assur or Seir.
So we are returning to Babylon on the Euphrates again. Could it be that the Eye of Ra was derived from this air intake of Babylon? Look at the comparison between the Eye of Ra and the Eagle Eye view of Atlantis/Babylon in this Youtube (Fotoznieba, 2014): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfLNqBi6P1M
In tablet 5 of the Enuma Elish, Marduk said that he created the basis for all other gods (Enuma Elish, King, vert. 1902). So what else than Atlantis do we have here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfLNqBi6P1M
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