Celestial Timing – The Secret Ingredient

King and Queen Offering To The Sun, Carving On Block From Great Palace At Tel Amarna
King and Queen Offering To The Sun, Carving On Block From Great Palace At Tel Amarna

(Illistration No # 184 In the book) Pharaoh Akenaten and a queen are standing in the rays of the Sun. Akenaten, with an analemma shaped head, has two small vessels, one in each hand. The round disk at the center, with radiating lines emerging from it, represents the Sun. They appear to be evenly spaced, and they expand in width as they grow in length. If a measurement was asssigned for each space between the lines, it could very well be a time table.

 

It seemed strange that the pharaoh Akhenaten’s head was shaped like a solar analemma, which is a graduated scale in the shape of the figure eight, indicating the Sun’s declination every day of the year. it takes a whole year to complete the pattern in the sky. They could predict its movements, and recognized the most powerful times. This is a very accurate system that shows what time of day. what time of year; and includes mathematical formulas. The analemma is 100% predictable. I thin the paintings and carvings showing the analemma shaped head of pharaoh (No#  184) indicates that he is standing in the rays of the sun. Each ray seems to be graduated spaces during daylight, looking like a time schedule. There could be time limits between ideal opportunities to obtain the pure energy needed from the Sun.

 

New imaes-1(Illustration No# 183 In the book) The Osiris, Standing next to the time lapse photo of the analemma over an ancient Greek building, called Hephaisteion in Athens. Ti seems obvious to be that the shape of the god’s head is the same shape. Since the analemma shape is created by our Sun, and the ancients worshiped the Sun, I believe they were aware of the analemma pattern. The color photo of the analemma was taken by a camera photographing the picture at the same time every day. This is our planet’s pathway around the Sun. Although this is invisible to the human eye, the ancient Egyptians were extraordinary sky watchers I believe they knew about the apparent pathe of the Sun, and its relative position in the sky.