Hapi at Thonis – Heracleion

Hapi at Thonis - Heracleion

By Franck Goddio – God Dio?

Hapi  – God of the Nile – Son of Horus

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7 Responses to Hapi at Thonis – Heracleion

  1. tjen says:

    ……’’Thonis-Heracleion (the Egyptian and Greek names of the city) is a city lost between legend and reality. Before the foundation of Alexandria in 331 BC, the city knew glorious times as the obligatory port of entry to Egypt for all ships coming from the Greek world. It had also a religious importance because of the temple of Amun’’…..

    http://www.franckgoddio.org/projects/sunken-civilizations/heracleion.html

    ….’’One of the finest finds from the bay of Aboukir is a remarkable Graeco-Egyptian product of the Ptolemaic era – a statue of a Ptolemaic queen in dark stone wearing the usual robe that identifies the sovereigns of Isis incarnate. Found at the site of Heracleion, the statue is certainly one of the queens of the Ptolemaic dynasty. Most likely, a representation of Cleopatra II or Cleopatra III, dressed as goddess Isis.’’…. (pic 13)

    …’’A colossal statue of red granite (5.4 m) representing the god Hapi, which decorated the temple of Heracleion. The god of the flooding of the Nile, symbol of abundance and fertility, has never before been discovered at such a large scale, which points to his importance for the Canopic region.’’….. (pic 15)

    ….’’One of the finest finds from the bay of Aboukir is a remarkable Graeco-Egyptian product of the Ptolemaic era – a statue of a Ptolemaic queen in dark stone. Found at the site of Heracleion, the statue is certainly one of the queens of the Ptolemaic dynasty. Most likely, a representation of Cleopatra II or Cleopatra III, dressed as goddess Isis’’…… (pic 17)

    …..’’Bronze statuette of pharaoh of the 26th dynasty, found at the temple of Amon area at Heracleion. The sovereign wears the “blue crown” (probably the crown of the accession). His dress is extremely simple and classical: the bare-chested king wears the traditional shendjyt kilt or loincloth.’’(pic 20)

    http://www.franckgoddio.org/projects/sunken-civilizations/heracleion.html

    ….’’Amun (also Amon, Amen, Greek Ἄμμων Ámmōn, Ἅμμων Hámmōn)’’….

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amun

    The Priests of Amon Ra – Santos Bonacci

    ‘To bring the gods down to earth – the mechanism of control’ (min 0:07:30)

    • Landlooper says:

      That’s great! Watched it quite some time ago, your memory is unprecendented ( i’m often distracted, what’s -not- in the water over there? 😉 )

      • tjen says:

        Maybe because of ancient memories……?

        ….’’In 1337 BCE Egypt was in complete turmoil as tens of thousands began dying from the plague. Pharaoh Akhenaten (upon which the Biblical figure is based) arranged a historic move by ordering his army and commanded Paatenemheb (Horemheb) to firstly identify houses of plague victims by painting the doors of infected houses and then to remove the plague victims at night over a space of a few days so as not to create panic or riots.

        In an unprecedented move that changed the course of history, Pharaoh Akhenaten chose to accompany the plague victims into the Sinai — possibly because he had also contracted the plague in a mild form –as legends say the Pharaoh wore a veil for the rest of his life to cover his face.

        However, like the survivors of the 1st major recorded outbreak of Bubonic Plague in history, Pharaoh Akhenaten and several thousand survived. Today, we have genetic proof of the authenticity of both this plague event (the Bubonic Plague being dated to approximately the same period from the Nile River Rats) and the immunity of survivors (through the CCR5 receptor deformity found in a minority of population in Ireland, Europe and Asia that can trace their ancestry to this time).

        By 1336 BCE Pharaoh Akhenaten temporarily made the garrison town of Urušalimum his capital bringing with him his regal sceptre (staff of Moses) and his royal Ark (Ark of the Covenant). All Hyksos Pharaohs carried as their royal standard an “Ark” at the front of their army as the living spirit of Amen-Ra. You can still see an authentic Ark of the Covenant today in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo of the son of Akhenaten– Tutankhamen.’’…..

        http://one-evil.org/content/entities_locations_jerusalem.html

        It doesn’t seem impossible to me……..

        https://landlooper.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/ascent-of-the-blessed-2/comment-page-1/#comment-253

        https://landlooper.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/ascent-of-the-blessed-2/

      • Landlooper says:

        Been recognizing falsified teachings since my first school arithmetic lesson… Santos mentions the ‘natural-way’ of calculating somewhere as well ( can’t recall which lecture, tho..).

      • tjen says:

        The Evidence for Ancient Atomic Warfare…..

        ….’’It is well known that atomic detonations on or above a sandy desert will melt the silicon in the sand and turn the surface of the Earth into a sheet of glass. But if sheets of ancient desert glass can be found in various parts of the world, does it mean that atomic wars were fought in the ancient past or, at the very least, that atomic testing occurred in the dim ages of history?’’……

        ….’’One of the strangest mysteries of ancient Egypt is that of the great glass sheets that were only discovered…..’’

        http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ancientatomicwar/esp_ancient_atomic_01.htm

        Oppenheimer Quotes out of Hinduism’s Bhagavad Gita after the first Nuclear explosion

        When Oppenheimer was asked if this is the first nuclear explosion, he significantly replied: “Yes, in modern times,” implying that ancient nuclear explosions may have previously occurred.

        http://thegreaterindia.blogspot.be/2013/02/events-of-nuclear-explosion-in-ancient.html

  2. Landlooper says:

    Heracleion Photos: Lost Egyptian City Revealed After 1,200 Years:

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