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Old 4th December 2013, 13:41
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Sun god obelisks in UK

A pharaoh called Thutmose III, worshipped a god called Amen.
During his reign, he classed Amen as god of the world.


From an Egyptian text ....
"O Amen, O Amen, O God, O God, O Amen, I adore thy
name, grant thou to me that I may understand thee ;''


Thutmose III had many obelisks erected in Egypt.
They would later be relocated to the USA, Rome and UK.

''The London Obelisk of Thumose III, weighs one hundred
and eighty-six tons, and therefore is about ten times
the weight of Stonehenge’s largest block.
It is therefore by far the largest stone in England.

..two huge sphinxes have lately been placed on the
Thames embankment, one on each side of this obelisk..'

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/37785...-h/37785-h.htm


We are surrounded by obvious idol monuments addressed to Amen & Ra.
We had a day named after the Sun ( Ra ).

"Let all judges and townspeople and occupations of all
trades rest on the Venerable Day of the Sun [Sunday]...."

The Code of Justinian, Book Ill, title 12, law 3.

And on this sun day, millions of people say Amen.

Time to ask questions.
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amen means either "this is true" or "i agree" in loads of religions.

the sun god was called amun-ra, simmilar but given ra = god where people not saying "i agree" god?

the writings on the stone where done hundreds of years after the death of thutmose.

and its a good 60 tonnes heavier than it says in that book.

good effort tho but like most of these types of theories....its full of holes im afraid.


universal symbol of the illuminati maybe tho
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The conventional pronunciation is Amun not Amen. It has no connection at all with the religious Amen. I have seen the Obelisk on the embankment though and it is quite impressive.
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Notice above, they overlook the fact that sun god monuments
which are idols , go against the grain of the church.

Notice they overlook the day of Ra also? [ Sun day ]


Why don't they tell us why the obelisks were relocated from
Egypt, to the UK, USA and Rome.

The appellative ob in the word 'obelisk' means
occult, secret; or magic.
Ob is the biblical name for sorcery

Egyptian obelisks are now dispersed around the world,
and fewer than half of them remain in Egypt.

There are eight ancient Egyptian and five ancient Roman
obelisks in Rome( family tradition??)



Amen was worshipped by many pharaohs.

i.e AMENhotep, not Amunhotep as the misinformers try to claim above.

The British museum even names the pharaoh correctly - Amenhotep.

The BBC history channel also.


https://www.britishmuseum.org/explor...of_egypt_.aspx


So we can listen to misinformers, or the British museum which
clearly shows us the correct naming of the pharaohs.

Which is what i said in the opening post.



'... a figure of the god of the lifted hand.' [The god Amen]

Forms of Amen-Ra


“The Lord brought us forth out of Egypt with a mighty
hand and with an outstretched arm” (Deut. xxvi. 8)


''The Israelite exiles from Egypt knew
that Jehovah was not the same as Aten
(their traditional Adon or Lord), and so
they presumed he must be the equivalent
of the great State God of Egypt - even if
not one and the same. It was decided,
therefore, to add the name of that State-
god to all prayers thereafter, and the name
of that god was Amen.
To this day, the name of Amen is still
recited at the end of prayers...
....transposed from an Egyptian original
which began: 'Amen, Amen, who art in heaven ...''


Also, notice that it is always with a capitol A in the KJV,
thus making this word a proper noun....
And , 'amen' is one of the few words that has not been
translated, but has been transliterated.
It is also the most known word in the World.
Jews, the Christians, and the Muslims end their prayers,
with the word Amen.
Also royalty (freemasons), when saying their ritual
prayers, they too end it with Amen.
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Notice that we have another religious crank spouting weird and wonderful fantasies. Notice that I will have nothing further to contribute to this topic.
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Why don't they tell us why the obelisks were relocated from
Egypt, to the UK, USA and Rome.
they did

they where sent as thanks for the countries help in the war.

same as the statue of liberty was sent from France to the US
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It should be clear to onlookers, in failure, they will resort to name
calling and insults.

Pity they did not addresss the idol worship of the royal family.

Pity they do not pick up on the fact that the queens forefathers
were pagan kings who also worshipped the sun and idols.

These olbelisks prove they have not changed their idol worship.

There are two sphinxes now, placed next to this london obelisk.

The sphinx is an idol also.
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