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Kemetic Picture Art Gallery
Asar Temple Abydos
Looking through possible site of doorway.
A picturesque view at the temple pylons from afar.
Asar Temple Abydos
A look at the door post
Asar Temple Abydos
Enter the light through the dark columned hall.
Temple of Het Heru
Cleaned ceiling revealing the Kemetic Zodiac.
Temple of Amun Luxor
Offering formula being bathed by sunlight.
Obelisk (Tekenu-Penis of Geb) in front of the Amun Temple at Luxor; In the mythos it states that Geb and Nut were in love making; Shu on order from Ra separated them, Geb's Penis remained erect which was placed at the entrance of the temples to symbolize the process of creation of earth magic making love with infinity. They bore Asar, Aset, Heru Ur, Nebb Het and Set, are their children.
Processional Road Way
View of Luxor Temple from ancient street connecting the Luxor and Karnak Temples.
At the Ramsmuesum open air exhibit and worship temple.
From Luxor to Karnak
Open peristyle court at the Temple of Amun at Luxor where most of the rituals took place. Psycho-physiologically this area represents the impregnation of the soul with spirit force.
Hall of 12 Columns
This area sits right behind the Holy of Holies proper and is a segment of the Holy of Holies complex. This area of the temple represents the dual eye of inner vision that is awakened to higher consciousness.
Priests in Procession
On a wall entrance to the Holy of Holies of the Luxor Temple shows priests in procession carrying the shrine which contains the Divine image.
This is hall is at the front of the temple and represents the dynamic movement of the mind towards spirit consciousness.
Dock at Karnak
This is a photo of the ancient dock that was used when the Nile River where the priests and priestesses would un-board to continue the rituals in the Karnak Temple.
Stone carving of plants that have gone extinct since ancient very ancient times (Karnak Temple)
The large pylons of the second Hall of Many Columns in the Asar temple at Abydos, with majestic sunlight percolating into the hall.
Goddess Sesjeta in the Luxor Temple with her writing instrument; She is the consort of Djehuty and the scribe of the Medut Neter.
This is a pic of the regeneration room at the Karnak Temple.The capitals of the pylons are replicas of the pro-generative male organ which in this context symbolizes the regeneration of spirit consciousness Not biological generation).
Pylons at the Temple of Luxor lines the walk way leading to the open court. The capital is an opened lotus symbolizing the awakening of Divine Consciousness.
Ramses in Motion
One of the large Ramsie statues in the Hall of Marches symbolizes the dynamic organic movement of the life force.
Pylons of the Open Court
Pylons of the open court. The capital is a closed lotus symbolizes the potential of higher consciousness that lays deep within the recess of the unconscious mind.
Handsome rendition of Amun, colored red which symbolizes the vibrancy of organic matter animated by spirit.
Ceiling at Denderah
The ceiling of the Hypostyle Hall of the Temple at Denderah dedicated to Goddess Het Heru. On the left is remnance of black sut left there by occupants who burned fires in the templ; on the right the work of Egyptologists renews the temple ceiling to its original mesmerizing color by painstakingly removing the sut.
Djehuty and Heru
Lord Djehuty on the right and Lord Heru on the left annoints the initiate (in the middle-chipped off) with Ankh (realization life process) and Uas scepters (flow of life force). Temple of Karnak
The central theme of all Ancient Egyptian temples is the givig of offerings to deities. On the left the Sem Priest (wearing leoprd skin) makes an offering.
Templ of Heru
Temple of Heru at Edfu, Partner Temple with Temple of Het Heru and Denderah
Aspirant In Bliss
Aspirant leaving the Temple of Hert Heru in bliss and joy.
First Hypostyle Hall
Inside the first Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Asar at Abydos, looking into the inner shrine of Ptah.
The Osirion, very old temple at minimum 10,000BCE, behind the new temple to Asar at Abydos.
Inside where the Divine boats used to be stord in ancient times in the Temple of Asar at Abydos.
Overlooking the Osirion towards the Giza Plateau.
Hekat and Anpu
In the center is the female Divinity Hekat and behind her is the Anthropomorfic Anpu, Ramses Temple in Abydos.
Inside the tomb of Queen Nefertari showing the Djed Pillar, symbolizes Asar and the upper four Psycho Spiritual energy centers.
Queen Nefertari weilding the Serpent Power Scepter.
Prfocession at Night
The procession walk way looking away from the Luxor Temple and towards the Karmak Temple whihc is two miles away, at night.
Megalythic stone on the Giza Plateau
A look at the Sphinx and its causway.
Ritual entrance leading towards the 'Kafra Payrmaid' on the Giza Plateau, where the clerics would walk up to engage in meditations and rituals.
The large pyramid on the Giza Plateau, which holds some 2 million 5 hundred thousand stones with many weighing in excess of 4 tons.
Pyramid Boat Museum
The large pyramid with the boat museum where a large ritual boat of Ra was found behind the pyramid in a stone pit. Te boat can actually float on water and was used in ancient times.
Flutted pylon of the walkway leading to the Step Pyramid at Sakara.
Flutted ceiling of the walkway leading to the Step Pyramid at Sakara.
Temple of Kom Ombo
The double temple at Kom Ombo dedicated to Heru (son of Asar and Aset) and Sobek (son of Net).
Kom Ombo Temple
Temple of Heru and Sobek from a distance on the Nile River.
A special room at the Temple of Kom Ombo hold mummified crocodiles that were mummified by the priesthood. This is in attribution to Sobek who is the crocodile Divinity that assisted Asar in the Asarian Resurrection Myth. The crocodiles were used in rituals, meditations and mysticism related to Sobek.
Chapel to Het Heru
A Chapel to Het Heru at the Temple of Aset; it is like the yin an yang sign i Chinese tradition. There is a littel of Het Heru in Aset and a little of Aset in Het Heru.
Outside of the Temple of Aset at night displaying wall reliefs related to the mythos and religious process related to Goddess Aset.
Chapel at the Temple of Aset
A chapel at the Temple of Aset where the Divinity Bes is seen playing his lute. Bes means form, or the phenomenal presentation of the abstract.
Aset at Night
Temple of Aset at nigh from Nile River showing the large facing pylos where flags were flown. The flag colors, were blue, green and gold.
A submerged chapel to Asar behind the Aset temple. It was submerged when the Aswan dam was built.
Temple of Aset at night
Temple of Aset at night from Nile River.
Aset Open Court
Peristyle court of the Temple of Aset; a peristyle court is on in which there is a large opened area with a roofed surrounding surmounted by large columns.
Resurrection of Asar
A depiction showing the resurrection of Asar while Heru infuses him with spiritualpower and Aset looks on with an embrace. He is rising out of the symbol that is read as Neb and means Lord. This depiction is found in the Asar Resurrection room in the Temple of Het Heru at Denderah.
Ritual Offering Raised
In the hallway leading to the roof of the Het Heru Temple at Denderah is found raised reliefs depicting priests and priestesses carrying their ritual offerings and implements for spiritual work on the roof of the temple. Here is a priestess carrying ritual offerings.
In the descending hall of the Het Heru temple we find raised relief of a priest carrying a mobile shrine of the deity.
Temple of Heru
Facing Pylons of the Temple of Heru
Looking along the axes of the Aset Temple that leads directly into the inner shrine, the altar is seen in the very last room at the end.
Het Heru Chapel
Het Heru chapel at the Temple of Aset.
Where it Used to be
The markers in the water shows the original location of the Temple of Aset before it was moved to its current location by UNESCO after being flooded by the construction of the Aswan Dam.
Hall Leading to Nile
A look at the peristyle court at the Temple of Aset that leads directly to the Nile River.
A book depository in the Temple of Heru at Edfu, located in the Hypostyle Hall.
Large pylons holding up the roof of the Hypostyle hall at the Temple of Heru.
Raised relief on the outside wall of the Holy of Holies of the Temple of Heru showing the initiate commanding and controlling the enemies; symbolizes control and sublimation of the lower animal nature tendencies such as anger, hatred, lust, jealousy etc.
Pyloned hall, walkway towards the interior of the Temple of Amun at Luxor.
Ritual oils and unguents releif at the of Medinet Habu.
Offering to Mut
An offering being made to Goddess Mut by th einitiate at the Medinet Habu temple to Amun, Mut and Khonsu.
Polished white limestone stautue of Ptah at the Temple of Medinet Habu. The head has been lost however the brilliance of the statue and the fine workmanship still remains.
Ritual offerings being prepared by priests, Medinet Habu.
A look inside the Grand Gallery of the large pyramid on the Giza Plateau (Khufu Pyramid) which leads to the resurrection and meditation rooms at the top of the pyramid.
Sehu standing in front of the sarcophagus that lays inside the resurrection chamber (King's chamber). This sarcophagus was used for meditations to propel the soul to the Orion star system as well was used during the final meditation at the time of death, then the body would be removed for burial elsewhere. This is a metaphysical chamber, not a burial place.
Large mastaba in Sakara. The mastaba was an underground ritual chapel where bodies were buried.
The Snefru pyramid also known as the Medium Pyramid, was built by Pharoah Sneferu. Although not a classical pyramid shape is served the same purpose of all other metaphysical pyramids such as the ones on the Giza Plateau.
Desert and Oasis
Expanse and contrast of desert and oasis.
Giza Pyramid with greenery in foreground.
The Great Pyramid at a distance.
Sphinx and Pyramid
Frontal view of the Hor m Akhet (Sphinx) with the great pyramid in the background. Hor m Akhet means Heru coming forth through the Horizon.
The Three Great Pyramids
The Pyramid of Khufu (on left, largest) The Pyrmaid of Khafre, (center, foreground) and the Pyramid of MenKara (right) form the Orion's belt star system on the ground.
Stairway that leads down into the mastaba.
SEHU on a boat ride on the Nile
Relaxing in the Shade
A camel on the banks of the Nile takes a break in the shade.
Desert dwellers riding camels.
The worship area of two consorts are Anquit and Sati. In Ancient Egyptian myths it is told that the Pharoah (Per Aah) once had to approach and propitiate Khunum to restore the flow of the Nile; Khunum does this through his consorts who contracts and expands the flow of the waters in due season.
Khunum and Sati
The ram headed Khunum on the right being supported by his consort Sati behind him, relief found on Elephantine island.
Goddess with solar disc; she is an aspect of Sekhmet and Het Heru and represents the life giving fire the burns away impurities.
Asarian Statue in the Nubian Museum in Aswan.
A regiment of Nubian/Egyptian soldiers.
Flutted ceiling of the Bent pyramid in Sakara. This design was used to create a certain vibratory resonance within the hall. In other words while chanting the ceiling would cause the sound to reach a certain tone that awakens the spiritual sensitivity of the mind.
Opened air altar near the Bent Pyramid. The Bent Pyramid was also built by Per Aah (Great House, King) Sneferu, further debunking the claim that these pyramids are burial places, for how many burial places does one person need?
Large Statuue of Ramses
Very large statue of Ramses at the museum in Memphis (Ket Ka Ptah) the city of the deity Ptah.
Serpent at the Forehead
raised serpent at the forehead, sixth chakra (energy center) on the large statue at Het Ka Ptah.
Massive Asarian statues lining the central axis in to the Holy of Holies of the Temple at Abu Simbal dedicated to Ra Herakthy.
Megalythic Asarian statues at the Ramsesmuseum. the heads have been lost although there is one on site.
Large Asarian Statues
Megalythic Asarian Statues at the Ramsesmuseum; they hold the crook (dominion, power) and flail (seperation from ignorance) and incorporates the Asarian Resurrection, they symbolize the establishment in Divine consciousness.
Up close Asarian statue in the main axis of the Temple of Abu Simbal in Aswan.
View In Holy of Holies
Looking straight ahead is a view of the inner shrine room with four statues; Ra to the far left, then Ramses next to Ra, Amon next to Ramses then Ptah next to Amon. In this sense the King (every initiate) became deified and sits in the inner shrine as a deity.
This is a straight look at the inner shrine room of te Temple to Het Heru next to the Temple of Ra Herakthy at Abu Simbel. In the inner shrine is a zoomorphic (in her cow form) statue of the Goddess Het Heru.
The Colossi of Mennon
Two extremely large and massive stone statues of Amenehotep the III (father of Amenehotep IV, Akhenaton) who reigned during the 18th dynastic period.
Sun on Memmnon
Behind one of the Memmnon statues.
Large Asarian Statues
When seen in a row, it symbolizes the All encompassing nature of spirit.
This panel shows the delegation sent to Punt by Queen Hatsheput who traveled there on a trading expedition.
The hall that details the expedition to Punt (Pwenet, Ta Neter). Most likely Punt was located either in present day Somalia, Djibouti, Eritrea or the Red Sea coastal area of Sudan. Punt was a trading partner with Ancient Egypt.
Looking through a gate in to a shrine room at the Hathsepsut Temple.
Anpu at Hathsepsut
A composite form, Jackal head and human b ody, of Anpu. Anpu is the Diviity of discriminate reasoning capacity, to know the real from the unreal. recall earlier you saw Anpu in full human form.
Offering to Ra
Offering to Ra being made.
Goddess Het Heru, the capital of a pylon at the Het Heru Chapel at the Temple of Hathsepsut.
Het Heru Pylon
The same pylon architecture of Goddess Het Heru is seen in her temple at Denderah. The instriment above her face with cow ears is a sistrum which titillates the mind and awakens the introspective capacity of the subconscious.
Colorful offering table at the Temple by Hathsepsut.
At the very top, the lintel of the first hypostyle hall of the Asar Temple at Abydos shows a pictograph that is perhaps advanced flying machines. The End. Thank you for taking a tour of this photographic tour of Ancient Egypt. M HTP
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