World History, Humans and the Matrix Through the Lens of Legends – Part 13

In part 12 we saw the Egyptian-Hittite peace treaty take place in 1259 BC as Egypt struggled with raids from the Tribe of Dan while the Hittites had problems with the growing power of Assyria. 80 years later, the Hittite empire is crushed and Egypt continue its struggles on its own. The imperial power axis of the world turns from the previous south to the north.
Akhenaten’s daughter Meritaten, known as Scotia, and her people conquers Britain and their power grows. Some of the descendant of the Aryans who earlier settled in the East and shaped the Chinese culture returns to Europe to later be known as Caucasians.
In Astrology, the Babylonians insert the two bears into the Ursa Major and Ursa Minor constellations (the home of the Draco,) which is illustrated as the larger Bear chasing the smaller Bear, which in turn is symbolic for pedophilia among the ’elite’ families.

The Nubians who once originated from the central Nile valley and lived in the northern parts of Africa and in Caucasus, a region in Eurasia on the south by Iran, on the southwest by Turkey, on the west by the Black Sea, on the east by the Caspian Sea, and on the north by Russia, returned and built the Kingdom of Kush, becoming known as ‘Kushites.’ This happened slowly with the start around 1070 BC. They also built pyramids with H-shaped entrances, symbolizing dimensional portals (stargates.)

Following Egypt’s disintegration amid the Hittite collapse, the Kushites reestablished a kingdom in Napata (modern-day Karima, Sudan.) Although Kush had developed many cultural affinities with Egypt, Kushite culture, language and ethnicity was distinct. In the 8th century BC, King Kashta (“the Kushite”) peacefully became King of Upper Egypt, while his daughter, Amenirdis, was appointed as Divine Adoratrice of Amun/Ammon in Thebes, ruling the priest classes. His successor Piye invaded Lower Egypt, establishing the Kushite-ruled Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt.

This led to chaos among the priesthood of Egypt in 700 BC, and the Osirian priests (Orion, as in Draco-Orion,) persecuted the original Priesthood of Set (the God of the desert and storms who helped RA to repel Apep, the serpent of chaos.) The ancient God Set, now known as ‘Seth’ evolved into the Egyptian God of Chaos and destruction, the manifestation of Apep or monstruous Typhon, son of Tartarus, with a serpent’s body.

Shabaka, the third Kushite pharaoh of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt and his Nubians move north to settle in Memphis. In an attempt to gain more power and influence, he puts up a stone statue of himself at the temple of Ptah (Enki,) connecting himself with King Menes who founded Memphis (and united upper and lower Egypt.) During this time, the Egyptians and Kushites had begun agitating peoples within the Assyrian empire in an attempt to gain a foothold in the region. As a result, in 701 BC, Hezekiah of Judah, Lule king of Sidon, Sidka, king of Ascalon and the king of Ekron formed an alliance with Egypt against Assyria. However, the Assyrian ruler Sennacherib attacked the rebels, conquering Ascalon, Sidon and Ekron and drove the Egyptians out from the region.

In 681 BC, Sennacherib was murdered, which led to several war campaigns by his son, Esarhaddon, against the Kushite pharaoh Taharqa, the son of Piye.
While Taharqa won a large battle in 674 BC against the Assyrians, Esarhaddon took and sacked Memphis in 671 BC, where he captured numerous members of the royal family. Only Taharqa managed to escape to the south, while the Pharaoh’s family and most of the royal court were sent back to Assyria as hostages.

In 669 BC, Taharqa managed to retake Memphis and the struggles continued until 663 BC when the Assyrians appointed Necho I as pharaoh and left Egypt to be ruled by their puppet.
The new Egyptian Dynasty, having been installed by the Assyrians, remained on friendly terms with Assyria.

During this time of the Egypt and Assyrian wars, a lot of Nubians/Kushites moved to Greece where they spread their African religion of Lucifer and the ritualistic traditions of the Egyptians.
During 700 to 600 BC, in the region of Phocis, extending from the mountainsides of Parnassus on the east to the mountain range of Vardousia on the west, they now become known as Delphos and they found the city of Delphi (from Delphis, meaning womb,) also known as Pytho (from Pythia/Pyhton a serpent or dragon, as in Draco.)

Within what would be known as the Temple of Apollo, they place what is believed to be a ‘Baetylos,’ a stone fallen from the sky, representing Atum, the ancient Egyptian creator deity/God, which later become worshipped as Zeus, the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods.
The stone marked the new navel of the earth and would later become known as the Delphi stone, or the Omphalos of Delphi. It was shaped like a pinecone covered by a net of beehive-like hexagonal patterns (hive-mind,) with two eagles on top of it. The stone is said to have been spit out by Saturn (Kronos) and then used by Zeus to kill the evil, female underworld snake Pythia of inner earth (like Marduk killed the dragon Tiamat.) Later in history, Pythia is seen as the male Python.
The killing is re-enacted every 8 years by a boy setting a hut on fire, representing the dragon’s house.

In Delphi, the old Egyptian black magic rituals with young virgin priests and priestesses as oracles of Amon/Ammon continue. On the 7th day after a new moon, a psychic woman, the oracle, sits on a tripod seat above the omphalos, the Delphi stone. Young women are selected to represent the serpent priestess Pythia. As they are sacrificed on the altar of the stone, it absorbs the negative energy, creating an implosive vortex. By the use of black magic and by breathing hallucinogenic ethylene fumes, representing those that spring from the underground, the symbol of the earth’s vulva, of the decomposing body of the Pytha/Python, the oracle receives messages in a shamanistic trance from 4D entities (as in the Draco and Orion reptilian overlords.)

In Epirus, northwestern Greece, another Oracle sanctuary is built, known as Dodona, devoted to Mother Goddess, Dione, as well as to Zeus.
In Dodona, the snake priestesses also served as oracle in sacred oak rituals with copper cauldrons. They become known as Peleiades, the sacred women of Zeus and the Mother Goddess, Dione. But also, as ‘the black doves,’ as they use carrier-pigeons to communicate with other oracles. They form a network between Thebes, Bedhet, Suwa, and Dodona that corresponds to the stars of constellation Argo Navis.
The dove later becomes a symbol of messenger Mercury (Roman God,) of the Holy Spirit, and the mythology of the seven sisters, the seven stars of the Pleiades. According to legend, the human body corresponds to the 12 zodiac signs. The Pleiades are in the top of the head region, the higher mind, the philosopher’s stone.

The priestesses of the mother Goddess also had a transgender eunuch priesthood serving them, and they abstain from heterosexual activity (like nuns.) On certain days they ingested black henbane (stinking nightshade) and mounted an anointed hallucinogen-laced wooden staff in their vagina, which becomes the legend of the broomstick witches ride on.
This was the foundation of the Phrygian/Anatolian goddess Cybele.

The priestesses also develop stories about their ancestors, such as the legend of king Danaus of Libya who fled Egypt with his 50 daughters, the Danaides/Danads, to Argos, where he became king, and the story of Cadmus, the legendary Phoenician hero and founder of Boeotian Thebes who slayed a dragon, and his people who came from dragon’s teeth (the standing stones in Britain and northern Europe.)

In the city-state known as Lacedaemon, later Sparta, black magic rituals were held at Mount Athos, the holy mountain, dedicated to the Gigante Athos, their ancestors.

During the same period of 700 to 600 BC, in Gehenna, the valley of Hinnom located in Jerusalem, the Canaanite-Phoenician worshippers of Saturn coins the epithet ‘Baal,’ or Ba’al,’ as in the lord of Enki, and they sacrifice children to this new ‘Baal’ (Saturn) also known as Hadad, who later would become the god of reproduction and childbirth, as well as the god of rain and storms.
A fire was kept burning almost perpetually in Gehenna to consume the cadavers, and to create phosphorus from the bone ash, the chemical element associated with Venus the Morning Star, the Lightbringer (Lucifer.)
As the years went by, the place of Gehenna became cursed and later referred to as Hades (in Greek,) as Hell (in Christianity,) and Jahannam (in Islam.)

To be continued in the next part.

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