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On the freemasons website that Wayne Herschel is referring to on the Key of Solomon website, the freemasons speak of the wisdom of the ancient Philosophers who regarded the soul of man to have its origins in Heaven. The soul was believed to iniciacipn into the flesh after having descended from Heaven passing through the Gate of Man.

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Having lived another live on Earth the soul eventually left the body after death and returned to Heaven again this time passing through the Gate of God. The Greek writer Macrobius called these gates on the ecliptic, through which the souls ascended and descended to Heaven, the Gates of the Sun. This is because not only mortal man but also the Sun dies and is reborn in the precession cycle at the very same gates.

When the Sun resides on the gates of the Sun at an equinox or solstice, it represents a Galactic Alignment and Great Celestial Conjunction. What happens during the 39 year period of a Great Celestial Conjunction is that the Sun at the equinox or solstice slowly shifts through the Galactic Equator of the Milky Way. On Earth, the River Nile was the reflection of this great river in the sky, in accordance with the Hermetic principle “as above, so below.

There are more than 50 pyramids in total, and their true meaning can only be deciphered when one considers the whole of Egypt. Egyptologists explain that the solar God Ra and Horus required a boat because they sailed the Heavens from sunrise in the East to sunset in the West.

At night, Ra travelled the Netherworld to be reborn in the morning at sunrise. Egyptologists reject the idea that the Egyptians understood the Precession of the Equinoxes and that the Sun also sojourns along the zodiac in a 26, year journey corresponding with the Precession Cycle. In the Book of the Gatesthe travel of the Sun at night along with the deceased pharaoh into the Netherworld is described.

The Sun enters the Netherworld in the first hour just after sunset to be reborn in the morning at sunrise after a twelve hour nocturnal journey. There are many parallels, however, with the precessional journey of the Sun along the twelve signs of the zodiac to be discovered in the Book of the Gates. The 12 hours in the Book of Gates are structured into four groups of three hours, denoting a cross in the face of the clock.

In the 12th hour Nun raises the solar barque with the scarab beetle of the Sun God from the primeval waters Milky Way? During Ra’s travel through all of the twelve signs of the zodiac in the precession cycle, he will be requiring a boat to twice cross that great river in the sky, the Milky Way!

It is probably the only reason why the Egyptian deities required a Sun barque in the first place. Boats are used to cross waters, not skies, so it was used not for their nightly ecliptic travel from East to West through the Netherworld, but for their travels along the zodiac in the precession cycle.

It is during this journey that the Sun would be required to cross the waters of the Milky Way at least twice. The Book of the Gates may therefore have been misinterpreted by Egyptologists as the nocturnal journey of the Sun simply because they reject the idea that the Egyptians understood Precession! Keep in mind that only twice per year on the equinox the day and night will be exactly 12 hours in length. It is therefore far more logical that the 12 hours in the Book of the Gates are in fact the 12 zodiacal Ages of the Precession Cycle.

Pharaohs in ancient Egypt were buried with their arms crossed holding Ankhs in their hands. This posture of the deceased pharaoh can be found on sarcophagus and in statues throughout Egypt. The Ankh represents a cross symbol. Since the Greek inherited much of their wisdom from the Egyptians, it’s more than reasonable to suspect that the gate or portal mentioned in the Book of the Gates through which the pharaoh enters the Netherworld is, in fact, the Gate of God that the Greek writer Macrobius writes about.


The very same Egyptian cross symbolism used by the pharaohs associated with the Golden and Silver gates of the soul and the Sun can still be recognized in the coat of arms of the Vatican, consisting of two crossed keys; one Golden, one Silver. The Silver Gate was represented by the horns of Isis and the associated bull Taurus. The Narmer Palette shows the celestial goddess bull Bat Taurus with her horns bent over pointing exactly to the place of the rebirth of the Sun, the Silver Gate.

The two cow’s heads on top of the palette also represent Bat. In-between the two cow goddesses a hieroglyph is depicted representing the rising of the Sun in between two mountains on the horizon. It’s a hieroglyph that is very similar to the Akhet hieroglyph with the same significance. Bat was the goddess of the Milky Way considered to be a pool of Bat’s cow milk. Bat was also the goddess of the human soul, the “Ba” that incarnated into human life form.

Since the soul incarnated into human life passing through the Silver Gate crossing of Milky Way and eclipticit’s not surprising that Bat was both the goddess of the Milky Way and the human soul.

Ba is a derivative of Bat, whereas “Ka” represents the human light-body. Both Hathor, Isis and Bat are all cow goddesses and Egyptologists have often pointed out the similarities between these goddesses depicted with cow-horns suspecting that they may have the same origins At the bottom of the Narmar palette in-between the horns of the bull, the very same hieroglyph is depicted as the one shown between two Bat bulls on top of the palette.

This Akhet-like hieroglyph symbolises the rising Sun on the horizon. The Narmar Palette, bull in close up on the right. The bull is leaning towards the Silver Gate near the Gemini-Taurus nexus depicted in between the horns.

The hieroglyph in between the horns resembles an Akhet glyph and represents the Silver Gate. On the other side of the Narmer palette two identical men, hence suggesting twins are depicted. The author Audrey does not seem to realise that this moment represented a Great Celestial Conjunction when the equinox axis Vernal and Fall aligned with the Galactic Equator and the Sun resided at the Gates of the Gods.

Instead, while interpreting the hieroglyphs of the 10 decapitated figures near the Solar Barque, he writes quote, “The full meaning of the hieroglyph can therefore be interpreted as ‘the Sun at a sacred gateway, opening or portal’ While Hathor, Isis and Bat are all cow goddesses, Egyptologists have often pointed out the similarities between these goddesses depicted with cow-horns suspecting that they may have the same origins.

We suggest heliopois they all represent the Silver Gate. There is an even older Egyptian goddess that later was associated with Isis and Hathor. Her name is Serket and she was the deification of the scorpion goddess who healed stings and bites. Eventually, Serket was associated with Isis and she was said to be just an aspect of Isis. The sacred Egyptian scarab beetle is a metaphor for the Sun in the precession cycle whereas the dung ball represents the Sun.


The scarab beetle rolls its dung ball with his hind legs backwards, symbolizing the backward motion of the Heliopoliis through the zodiac in the precession cycle. Since the scarab beetle has many similarities with a scorpion, we surmise that Serket and the scarab beetle both represent the Golden Gate in Egyptian mythology.

She was the goddess of astrology mathematics architecture and keeper of the measure of time. Although interpretations differ what the cross above Seshat represents, some believe it represents a seven pointed star on a pole, other believe it represents a papyrus leaf, the authors of this article suggest that it represents an eight pointed cross, symbol of the Great Celestial Conjunction.

It is placed right below the down turned horns exactly at the place where the Sun will reside iniciacio a Great Celestial Conjunction at equinoxes or solstices. In this ritual the temple was aligned accordingly! Evidentemente dentro de vaticano continuan los mismos pero ya queda inuciacion.

El gesto de la cena del Jueves Santo hay que tenerlo en cuenta como un avance hacia la verdad y al amor. El escudo del papa Francisco ha sido ligeramente modificado: Another interesting coincidence encoded in the Royal Cubit: Another interpretation of the above: The pyramid was used as a calendar: Latitude of the pyramid of Quetzalcoatl: This pyramid is a precise calendar it has 91 steps on each of 4 sides plus platform on top: The pyramid has 4 sides with 4 staircases dividing each side into 2 sections in total 8 sections.

Using these numbers and accurate value for 1 year equal The Gateway of the Sun from the Tiwanku civilization in Bolivia. The Muisca calendar is another important piece in the jigsaw of the lost knowledge of the Andes.

Memories of Heliopolis Cairo Baron Amban of Belgium Founder of Heliopolis 1906.

If the origins of the Muisca calendar were to be found at Tiwanaku, then perhaps they were also built into the Gate of the this calendar at Tiwanku is not based upon a divison of the solar year into twelve, but into twenty, and this is represented by the eleven smaller icons forming the freize at the bottom which represents the eleven pillars on the west side of the Kalasasayo which is the actual calendar.


So if you count from the central icon or pillar out to the right hand end, then back past the central icon to the left hand end, then back to the centre, you will have effectively counted in twenty divisons and followed the path of the sun over a year.

This wonderful graphic by Ken Bakeman shows colored version of the Sun-god from the Gate of the Sun relief. So if the chasquis do not relate to the days in whichever number of days we choose for the months of the year, could it be that the chasquis represent the years themselves? If each chasqui were to represent a solar year, then each column of three chasquis would represent three revolutions of the sun around the eleven pillar calendar wall and three solar years are equivalent to 1 x Muisca Acrotom year of 37 synodic months of At the end of this period, 1 x lunar month had to be added to the lunar calendars to bring them back into phase with the solar year.

At the end of uesus period, 1 x lunar month had to be added to the lunar iniciaion to bring them back into phase with the solar year. Beneath the chasquis can be seen the freize with 11 smaller chasqui heads representing the 11 pillars on the calendar wall which in turn divide the solar year into 20 months of 18 days, and the 40 condor heads represent the 40 sidereal months which mesh with the solar calendar every three years.

Why Was It Built? In Christian apocryphal texts, heliopokis gate was the scene of a meeting between the parents of Maryso that Joachim and Anne Meeting at the Golden Gate became a standard subject in cycles depicting the Life of the Virgin.

It is also said that Jesus passed through this gate on Palm Sunday.

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In Arabicit is known as the Gate of Eternal Life. In ancient times, the gate was known as the Beautiful Gate.

Remains of a much older gate dating to the times of the Second Jewish Temple were found. An alternate theory holds that it was built in the later part of the 7th century by Byzantine artisans employed by the Umayyad khalifs.

The gate is located in the middle of the eastern side of the Temple Mount. The portal in this position was believed to have been used for ritual purposes in biblical times.

While this may have been purely for defensive reasons, in Helioplois tradition this is the gate through which the Messiah will enter Jerusalemand it is suggested that Suleiman the Magnificent sealed off the Golden Gate to prevent the Messiah’s entrance.

This belief was based upon two premises. First, according to Islamic teaching Elijah is a descendant of Aaron[3] making him a jsus or kohen. Second, that a Jewish Rabbi or Kohen is not permitted to enter a cemetery. This second premise is not wholly correct because a Kohen is permitted to enter a cemetery in which either Jews or non-Jews helippolis buried, such as the one outside the Golden Gate, as long as certain laws or Halakha regarding purity are followed. Honoring the Jewish tradition see above and inspired by apocryphal accounts of the life of the Virgin Marymedieval Christian artists depicted the relationship of Jesus’ maternal grandparents Joachim and Anne Meeting at the Golden Gate.

The couple came to represent the Christian ideal of chastity in conjugal relations hleiopolis marriage. The pious custom of a bridegroom carrying his bride across the threshold of their marital home may be based in the traditional symbolism of the Golden Gate to the faithful.

In early medieval art, the now-formal tenet of jseus immaculate conception of the mother of Christ was commonly depicted in a form known in Italian as the Metterza: The metaphor also features heavily in the personalist phenomenology of the late Pope John Paul IIhis Theology of the Body, a collection of reflections on this theme Crossing the Threshold of Hope were written to encourage the Roman Catholic faithful facing the challenges of materialism and increasing secularism and published on the cusp of the new millennium in iniciafion The threshold between the earthly and heavenly realms symbolized by the Golden Gate represents the Mystical Body of the Churchoften viewed as the Bride of Christ.