Amenhotep III, rises to reclaim his kingdom. The 43-foot statue of the grandfather of the more popular Tutankhamun, was reassembled to return to its custody position in the northern gate; of what’s left of his funerary temple in the city of Luxor. An earthquake occurred in 1,200 BC took down the 121 tons ruler separating the structure in 89 pieces.
The timing for such endeavour seems at least suspicious. The temples at Luxor and its abundant statues of Amen-Re, haunt visitors and locals equally. Residents see the place where this rich architectural legacy which dreams of an ancient past, as a source of occult energies. From the two 720 tons statues known as “The Colossoi of Memnon” guarding the ceremonial entrance to Amenhotep’s III temple, to the EU Parliament building there is a total distance of 3,333 km.
The main temple was built around 3,333 years ago and echoes with the EU parliament designed after the Tower of Babel. The number three is a resonator connecting many structures around the planet. It consolidates a grid ruled by numbers, astronomy, ley lines and sacred geometry, whom the power elites maintain and expand throughout time. Behind the temple, the “Valley of the Kings” serves as the pharaohs’ last resting place.
The highest peak of this valley connects with Mount Everest, a distance of 3,300 miles separate both elevations. The colossal statue was unveiled last Sunday, which is adheres to the practice of the sun worshipping tradition. One of the king’s many epithets was Aten-tjehen, meaning “the Dazzling Sun Disk”; it appears in his titulary at Luxor temple and entitled one of his palaces, as well as the Year 11 royal barge, and denotes a company of men in Amenhotep’s army.
Our star’s constructive configuration runs in threes, with a mass 333.000 times the mass of the earth, the sun’s core spins 1 every 33 days. The same team composed of German and Egyptian archeologists in charge of the restoration project, unveiled in March two other massive statues, but the latest presents Amenhotep III in a standing tall position.
Due to the hyperconnected nature of the Theban site with the EU parliament, can we speak of a symbolical representation of a power/ruler/event in action or claiming a position? It surely encodes a message meant to be read by the elite of the world. Amenhotep III, the dazzling sun and lion hunter, stands with the valley of dead rulers at his back once again!
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