The Great Pyramid Texts (Cont)

By Clesson H. Harvey

The 'Curse' of Tutankhamen is real after all. But it is only dangerous to those who are not in accord with at least the ideal of becoming a Candidate Activator of the Spiritual Eye, those who are 'spiritually impure' in the 'opinion' of the four protective Shrines of Tutankhamen.
Thanks to the research of Graham Hancock in "The Sign and the Seal," those four protective Shrines, now located on the second floor of the Cairo Museum, begin to look more like actual 'prototype Arks of the Covenant.' The evidence in support of this possibility is really quite overwhelming.
In the words of Howard Carter, "Magic for once seems to have prevailed (when those Arks successfully protected Tutankhamen's sarcophagus from tomb-robbers in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor)." In his Volume Two on page 38 of "The Tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen," he continues, "For of twenty-seven monarchs of the Imperial Age of Egypt buried in this valley, who have suffered every kind of depredation, Tut-ankh-Amen, throughout those thirty-three centuries, alone has lain unscathed, even though predatory hands violated the chambers of his tomb..."
The King's Chamber of his tomb was originally filled with four concentrically nested 'prototype Arks of the Covenant' designed to magically protect his sarcophagus from anyone who was spiritually impure. And incredible as it may appear, there can be no doubt that they actually succeeded. Tomb-robbers broke open the double door seal of the outermost Ark and then just looked inside without penetrating beyond 'the magic barrier.' The fact that Howard Carter himself lasted as long as he did after his penetration is more a tribute to his spiritual purity than anything else. The double door of the second Ark was closed by two ebony door bolts and a frail central cord secured only by a fragile clay seal. The third Ark's double door was similarly sealed, and the fourth Ark's double door had no seal at all. Those two clay seals were all that stood between plundering tomb-robbers and hundreds of pounds of solid gold in the enclosed sarcophagus. What stopped them? As Carter says, the tomb was wide open for many weeks to the prying eyes of every tomb-robber in the valley, while those four Shrines were being assembled by workers from 80 prefabricated parts in the confining space of the King's Chamber. It took Carter and his team 84 days of "hard labor" just to disassemble them in order to remove them.
It looks as though something 'terrible' really did stop all those tomb-robbers. But this would mean that those four Shrines don't just resemble such prototype Arks. They really are prototype Arks of the Covenant. This indeed is what additional evidence will show from, of all places, The Great Pyramid Texts.

The required rectangular box shape of 'terrible power' for any such "monstrous instrument" had to be built into its dimensions, so that a prototype Ark could be activated by and "between the two prototype cherubim" of Isis and Nephthys as described repeatedly in The Great Pyramid Texts for activating the Eye of Heru.

Egyptologists have not yet discovered that all four of Tutankhamen's Shrines have a common prefabricated "cross-sectional area" to "length squared" ratio of (9/25) according to the published dimensions in Alexandre Piankoff's "The Shrines of Tut-ankh-Amon." This is the same 'terrible' ratio which was specified for the Biblical Ark of the Covenant.

The Nine was a deliberate link to the paranormal forces of the Eye of Heru, when activated by and between the two prototype cherubim. It is not too surprising that Nine might have such a weird connection with miraculous forces because in 1926, Erwin Schroedinger discovered a strange Quantum Mechanical Equation which turned out to have just such a set of Nine prototype solutions for the electron energy structures of the hydrogen atom.

As described in "The Sign and the Seal" on pp. 273-6, the Biblical Ark of the Covenant:

  1. was "a rectangular chest measuring three feet nine inches by two feet three inches by two feet three inches" which is a special case of the more general (9/25) shape ratio specification referred to earlier for all four Shrines,
  2. was "made of acacia wood" (Egyptologists believe the four Shrines are made of cedar wood),
  3. was "plated inside and out, with pure gold" (the four Shrines were similarly covered),
  4. was decorated "all around with a gold moulding" (all four Shrines have such a moulding all around the top edge of the rectangular box shapes),
  5. had placed "on top ... a one piece ... throne of mercy ... with two golden cherubim fastened to the two ends" (all four Shrines have such prototype mercy seat lids with two golden prototype cherubim attached as high-winged serpent forms of Isis and Nephthys),
  6. had occasionally "fiery jets" issuing "from the cherubim" ... which "burned and destroyed nearby objects" ( ... it is because a Candidate has come near you, O fiery serpent, PT 194b),
  7. "was able to counteract gravity" ( ... Which mechenet Ark Eye shall be brought for you, O Candidate? There shall be brought for a Candidate 'It levitates and It hovers.' PT 494ab),
  8. repeatedly killed ( ... so that whomever the Godhead wishes that he will live, it is he who will live; and whomever he wishes that he will die, it is he who will die. PT 155d).
Three of the four prototype mercy seats are covered with activation texts and illustrations, but they are too far above everyone's head to be visible from below.
If four Prototype Arks of the Covenant can now be in the Cairo museum, there is no reason why the Biblical Ark can't be in Axum, Ethiopia. And if the guardian priest in Axum will not allow us to see the Ark, at least we have four giant prototype Arks to look at whenever we wish to or dare to.
The Great Pyramid Texts, as here conceived, have given a voice to the Great Pyramid. But, in a strangely self-confirming way, they have also given a startlingly unexpected voice to the nearby Great Sphinx temple complex southeast of the Great Pyramid itself.The Sphinx Temple is directly in front of the Great Sphinx, while the so-called Kh'afr'a Valley Temple is just southeast of the Sphinx. The entire Great Sphinx temple complex is presently thought to be devoid of contemporaneously inscribed texts. Egyptologists believe that both temples were built by Kh'afr'a about forty-five centuries ago in the 4th Dynasty. But as argued by John Anthony West on page 214 of "Serpent in the Sky," "The architectural style and building scale of the Sphinx and Sphinx temple complex are unlike anything else in Dynastic Egypt."
The megalithic red granite ashlars, as architectural Hieroglyphs in both temples, alone indicate a predynastic date. According to Mark Lehner on page 126 of "The Complete Pyramids" in the Kh'afr'a Valley Temple "There are 23 statue bases, though the one at the center of the leg of the T-shaped hall is wider and perhaps was counted twice, making 24 in all." And again on page 128 he says that in the Sphinx Temple, "Twenty-four red granite pillars formed a colonnade and ambulatory around a central courtyard." However they have no known purpose.
But in The Great Pyramid Texts, there just happens to be one key Utterance 219 which repeats the same profound prototype Covenant in lines 167b to 167d exactly twenty-four times. As it does this, it seeks to explain the relationship between An Activator of the Eye and the rest of the Universe from the Godhead down to beings like ourselves. Egyptologists do not agree on how to read this prototype Covenant text, but a programmably translated sample has a reasonably clear meaning in this first of its twenty-four parts.
167a. djed Said (in the King's Chamber facing the so-called Kh'afr'a Valley Temple) medu were the words: Tem O Godhead, za ek pu whenever such a son of yours pe nen is this one here, Usir the Activator of the Eye, di en ek it is because you have caused sedjeb ef him to be reincarnated, 'anekh ef so that he may live.
167b. 'anekh ef But he lives, 'anekh Un-is pen so that such a Candidate Activator of the Eye may live; ne met ef he does not die (a second time), ne met Un-is pen so that such a Candidate will not die (a second time);
167c. ne sek ef he does not fail to be the Polestar, ne sek Un-is pen so that such a Candidate will not fail to be ensouled; ne nehhep ef he does not copulate, ne nehhep Un-is pen so that such a Candidate will not copulate,
167d. en because hhep ef he is in accord with the Law, en and because hhep Un-is pen such a Candidate is in accord with the Law. ...
The above Covenant is between the Godhead and such Candidate Activators of the Eye. This Temple structured Utterance with its prototype Covenant is unique in The Great Pyramid Texts. And it really does seem to fit with the actual words which were said before each of those 23 statue bases in the Kh'afr'a Valley Temple.
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