Ramses II - Son of SETI
. Ramses II was pharaoh
from 1290 to 1224 B.C. He
was the son of Seti, who
Ramses ruled with for a few
years. Ramses ruled for
sixty-six years and two
He was the last significant
white pharaoh.
The mummy of the red haired
Egyptian King, Ramses II, is
on public display at the
Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Forensics tests were done on
Ramses, proving that his red
hair was 'natural'. Ref:
Ramses the Great by National

Also during that time

1290 BC - Much evidence of
mass destruction of cities  
that would have occurred with
the Israelite invasion of

1290 BC -  the Israelites,
under the leadership of
Moses, (Akhenanten) left
Egypt for "the promised land"
Canaan in the Exodus

"1290 BC" is significant since
1,290 is the number
specifically mentioned in Dan.
Ramses II managed to re-establish the already decaying Egyptian Empire by recapturing much land in Nubia.

He also fought a series of battles against invading Indo-Europeans, the Hittites. This was culminated with the battle of Kadesh in
northern Syria. Ramses signed a treaty with the Hittites in 1258 BC, which ended the war. In terms of the treaty, Ramses took as
his wife an Indo-European Hittite princess. His other achievements included the building of the rock-hewn temple of Abu Simbel,
the great hall in the Temple of Amon at Karnak, and the mortuary temple at Thebes.

After this king, Egypt entered into a steady period of decay, caused directly by the elimination of the original Egyptians, and their
replacement with a mixed population made up of Black, Semitic and the remnant White population. This racially divergent nation
was never again to reach the heights achieved by the First, Second or the first part of the Third Kingdoms. In these later years
there were competing claimants to the pharaohs throne, many of whom, racially speaking, bore no resemblance to the original
pharaohs at all.
Pharoah THUTMOSE III.. Egyptian ancient writings show: "One winter morning around the year 1,482 B.C. Thutmose III first saw a 'UFO'.... Described as; " a CIRCLE of FIRE", emitted no sound, it had no voice', according
to inscriptions. After some days had passed, these things became more numerous in the skies than ever. "Were extremely bright or more...than the brightness of the sun, and were relatively small about 16' in diamater.
Thutmose III was taken aboard and flew up to the sky and learned the secrets of Heaven

".....among the papers of the late Professor Alberto Tulli, former Director of the Egyptian section of the Vatican Museum. It is a fragment from the Royal Annals of Thuthmosis III (circa 1504-1450 B.C.) and when translated
reads as follows:
In the year 22, in the third month of winter, in the sixth hour of the day, the scribes of the House of Life noticed a circle of fire that was coming from the sky [...] From the mouth it emitted a foul breath. It had no head. Its body was one rod long and one rod
wide.¹ It had no voice. And from that the hearts of the scribes became confused and they threw themselves down on their bellies [...] then they reported the thing to the Pharaoh [...] His Majesty ordered [...] has been examined [...] and he was meditating
on what had happened, that it was recorded in the scrolls of the House of the Life. Now after some days had passed, these things became more and more numerous in the skies. Their splendor exceeded that of the sun and extended to the limits of the four
angles of the sky [...] High and wide in the sky was the position from which these fire circles came and went. The army of the Pharaoh looked on with him in their midst. It was after supper. Then these fire circles ascended higher into the sky and they
headed toward the south. Fish and birds then fell from the sky. A marvel never before known since the foundation of their land [...] And Pharaoh caused incense to be brought to make peace with Earth[...] and what happened was ordered to be written in
the Annals of the House of Life so that it be remembered for all time forward.
The mummy of Pharaoh Seti I  (Sethos I) is the most lifelike of the great pharaohs of Egypt,
and a tribute to the embalmer's art. His caucasian features remain crystal clear and because
of the excellent preservation process, Seti's mummy can easily be compared with a relief of
his face made in his lifetime at the Temple at Abydos. Seti was the son of  Ramses I.
Seti I  reoccupied lands in Syria lost to earlier Syrian invasions, conquered Palestine and
conducted campaigns against the Semitic Libyans and the Indo-European Hittites
Queen Tiy (Taia,Tyre, Jochebed)
Tomb Discovery
Father was Yuya  Mother Thuya
God's Wife of Amun
Mother and wife of Akhenaten ( Amenophis IV)
The most brilliant and famous of Egypt's queens in 18th Dynasty Egypt.
This statue was found in the Temple of Hathor near the turquoise mines.
Tiye was provided with as many as five or more consorts, viz., Amenhotep III,
Aanen, Aye, Yuya, and Akhenaten. As a child she was married to Amenhotep III
upon his coronation as Pharaoh. When Amenhotep III was unable to produce a set
of heirs through Tiye, her brothers Aanen (the eldest) and Aye in turn sired  Nefertiti
(Miriam) through her.
Semenkhare , Smemkhare (Aaron)and Tutankhamun were the sons of Akhenaten
and Tiye.
Ancient Egyptians used helicopters and airplanes for battles?
In 1848, one of numerous archeological expeditions working in Egypt discovered strange
hieroglyphs at the height of about ten meters right above the entrance to the Seti Temple in Abydos.
The walls were  covered with the strange signs that greatly puzzled researchers. The only thing the
researchers realized at once was that they had discovered some images of strange mechanisms
that nobody ever saw before.
The  Arab newspaper Al-Sharq Al-Awsat published several sensational photos taken in the Amon Ra
Temple in Karnak. The photos the newspaper published demonstrated the bas-reliefs of an ancient
temple built under Seti I who ruled 3,000 years ago; and on the bas-reliefs an ancient artist engraved
a battle helicopter with a distinct rotor and a tail unit. Nearby, the artist depicted several other aircrafts
astonishingly resembling contemporary supersonic fighters and heavy strategic bombers!
Two almost identical sets of drawings were found at Karnak and Abydos. In Abydos, a submarine
was engraved on the walls of the temple, along with a battle helicopter.
4000 BC   The Sumerians from todays Iraq had contact with extraterrestrial civilizations according to
their text. The extraterrestrials also interbred with humans and traveled with them to the stars. The
kings were taken to the stars by the extraterrestrials. Sumerian text coincides with "the book of
genesis". Their astronomy was highly developed. They had numbers with 15 digits! The Sumerians
say extraterrestrials are from Mars, the star system Pleiades, and the star Sirius. Sumerian text
shows drawings of solar system
Ramesses I was the founder of the 19th Dynasty . Also known as Paramessu and was of non-royal birth, but claimed to have
been born into a noble family from the Nile Delta Region.
A vizier under the last king of the 18th Dynasty, Horemheb, Ramesses I appears to have come to the throne as an appointment
of his predecessor, who seems to have produced no heir.
Akhen'aten' (Amenophis IV, Amenophis IV  or Solomon)  son of  Amenhotep III  (David),
Mother: Bathsheba
A monotheist, militantly devotee to the worship of Re-Herakhty, the sun-god whom he believed manifest in the form of Aten, the solar disc, his revolutionary religious doctrine allowed for no
competition. Especially offensive to him was the worship of Amen, chief deity of Thebes and widely celebrated as the king of the gods. So strong was his animosity that in an act of theological
intolerance never before experienced in that nation's millennia-long history, he dispatched agents throughout the land to shut down the god's temples and excise the offensive name from walls,
tombs, statues, and inscriptions.
He then created a temple which came as a great expense for the kingdom. Solomon started selling off cities to pay off his debts . ,The population had to endure forced labor, with gangs of ten
thousand people being sent for monthly spells in the Lebanon to work for Hiram, king of Tyre."
( - Christopher Knight & Robert Lomas, The Hiram Key: Pharaohs, Freemasons and the Discovery of the Secret Scrolls
of Jesus)

Lived in Armana
Amenhotep IV "revived the ancient cult of the sun god in the form of Aten (the disc of the sun). Amenhotep IV changed his name to Akhenaten ('living spirit of the Aten') in honor of his god."
Spoke th Akkadian language
- The Useborne Book of the Ancient World"

esus intercessor between man and God:
Pharaoh Amenophis IV - Akhnaton, (reportedly first monotheist) had people of Egypt pray to him and his queen Nephertiti (like the Virgin Mary), and then they would in turn intercede for the people
directly to God.
Moses was the chief priest of the Aten cult and that at the time of Akhenaten's
death Moses fled from Egypt to avoid execution.
(Freud places Moses in Egypt, as an initiate of the Aten religion of Pharaoh
Upon Horemheb's death he...returned to Egypt and attempted a military coup,
the purpose of which was to restore the Aten cult to the throne. His allies
included the persecuted remnant of Akhenaten's following, large numbers of
badly treated sick and diseased Egyptians, assorted opponents of
Ramesses I, and an army belonging to the Canaanite kingdom of Shechem,
whose rulers were openly hostile to Egypt's demands for submission.

Moses' actions brought the nation to the brink of civil war. The confrontation
ended with a negotiated truce that guaranteed the insurgent army safe
passage out of the country. This negotiated truce and safe passage out of
Egypt was the Exodus.
Moses had two women in his life. One was his wife Zipporah who is the
mother of his two sons. The other was his sister Miriam, who is Nefertiti,
sister-wife of  Akhenaten and daughter of Aye.
Jochebed bore Miriam, Moses and Aaron
Nefertiti was the Wife of Akhenaten  and sister to Moses and Aaron  (known biblically as Miriam) God's Wife of Amun

Nefertiti, the Great Royal Wife of King Amenhotep IV better known as Akhenaten, joined her husband in worship of a new religion that celebrated the power of the sun-disk Aten, promoting the
worship of one god above all others - the 'sun-god' Re or Ra.
Statue of Amenhotep III
and wife Tiye
Mother was Tuya (Thuya)
Father of Amenhoptep IV
or Solomon (Akhenaten)

Amenhotep (or
heqawaset) was this
kings birth name,
meaning "Amun is
Pleased, Ruler of
Thebes. His throne name
was Nub-maat-re, which
means "Lord of Truth is
Re. Amenhotep III's birth
is splendidly depicted in
a series of reliefs inside
a room on the east side
of the temple of Luxor.
Built by Amenhotep III, the
room was dedicated to
Amun. However, it
portrays the creator god,
Khnum of Elephantine (at
modern Aswan) with his
ram head, fashioning the
child and his ka on a
potter's wheel under the
supervision of the
goddess Isis. The god
Amun is then  led to
Amenhotep III's mother
by Thoth, god of wisdom,
after which Amun is
shown in the presence of
the goddesses Hathor
and Mut while they nurse
the future king
Leprosy and Miriam
Much of the book of Numbers  deals with incidents of slander  and
for incidents of slander.
Miriam was pronounced to have Leprosy for Seven
Days. She was then forgiven and pronounced 'Clean'
...But what really
happened and how was it used against Miriam and as an example for others
not to slander the words of Moses.

Numbers 12:

1 Miriam and Aaron began to talk against Moses because of his Cushite wife,
for he had married a Cushite. 2 "Has the LORD spoken only through Moses?"
they asked. "Hasn't he also spoken through us?" And the LORD heard this.

3 (Now Moses was a very humble man, more humble than anyone else on the
face of the earth.)
4 At once the LORD said to Moses, Aaron and Miriam, "Come out to the Tent of
Meeting, all three of you." So the three of them came out. 5
Then the LORD
came down in a pillar of cloud; he stood at the entrance to the Tent and
summoned Aaron and Miriam.
When both of them stepped forward, 6 he said,
"Listen to my words:
"When a prophet of the LORD is among you,
I reveal myself to him in visions,
I speak to him in dreams.

7 But this is not true of my servant Moses;
he is faithful in all my house.

8 With him I speak face to face,
clearly and not in riddles;
he sees the form of the LORD.
Why then were you not afraid
to speak against my servant Moses?"

9 The anger of the LORD burned against them, and he left them.

10 When the cloud lifted from above the Tent, there stood Miriam—leprous,
like snow. Aaron turned toward her and saw that she had leprosy; 11 and he
said to Moses, "Please, my lord, do not hold against us the sin we have so
foolishly committed. 12 Do not let her be like a stillborn infant coming from its
mother's womb with its flesh half eaten away."

13 So Moses cried out to the LORD, "O God, please heal her!"

14 The LORD replied to Moses, "If her father had spit in her face, would she
not have been in disgrace for seven days? Confine her outside the camp for
seven days; after that she can be brought back." 15 So Miriam was confined
outside the camp for seven days, and the people did not move on till she was
brought back.

Test for Leprosy
The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, "When a man has on the skin of his body
a swelling or an eruption or a spot, and it turns into a leprous disease on the
skin of his body, then he shall be brought to Aaron the priest or to one of his
sons the priests, and the priest shall examine the diseased spot on the skin of
his body; and if the hair in the diseased spot has turned white and the disease
appears to be deeper than the skin of the body, it is a leprous disease; when
the priest has examined him he shall pronounce him unclean. But if the spot
is white in the skin of his body, and appears no deeper than the skin, and the
hair in it has not turned white, the priest shall shut up the diseased person for
seven days; and the priest shall examine him on the seventh day, and if in his
eyes the disease is checked and the disease has not spread in the skin, then
the priest shall shut him up seven days more; and the priest shall examine
him again on the seventh day, and if the diseased spot is dim and the disease
has not spread in the skin, then the priest shall pronounce him clean; it is only
an eruption; and he shall wash his clothes, and be clean. But if the eruption
spreads in the skin, after he has shown himself to the priest for his cleansing,
he shall appear again before the priest; and the priest shall make an
examination, and if the eruption has spread in the skin, then the priest shall
pronounce him unclean; it is leprosy." (Leviticus 13:1-8 RSV)

The overriding purpose of this chapter is to enable the detection of leprosy.
When the Bible uses this term, it is not merely referring to the disease that we
call leprosy today, Hansen's disease, which is a horrible and loathsome
malady causing disfigurement and loss of facial features and other parts of
the body. That is included in the term, but the Hebrew word translated leprosy
here also includes other contagious and infectious skin diseases. They all
were recognized to be dangerous and damaging, a serious threat not only to
the individual but to the whole people, the whole camp of Israel, and so they
were to be detected. The process of detection was prolonged and careful
The priest was to look at the symptoms, then shut the diseased
person up for seven days, examine him again, and shut him up for another
seven days. At the end of that time he could determine whether it was leprosy
or something less serious.
Leprosy and Moses
In spite of all this, Moses did not know of the leprosy in his own bosom:

"And the Lord said unto him, Put now thine hand into thy bosom. And he put
his hand into his bosom; and when he took it out, behold, his hand was
leprous as snow..." (Exodus 4:6).
Ahmose-Nofretari  was the daughter
of Ahottpe I and Seqnenre-Taa II.
Along with her
son, Amenhotep I, she
was worshiped as a patron of the
tomb-builders at Deir el-Medina
many years after her death.
Married full brother
Tutankhamun -
A remarkable sculpture
found in the tomb of King
Tutankhamun shows the
head of the young king
emerging from a lotus
flower, the petals fanning
out around his neck -- an
image that depicts the
young king with the
powers of the creator god
Father of Nefertiti
Father in Law of Akhenaten
Succeeded Tutankhamun
Queen Hatshepsut  Queen Sheba
Thutmose I was succeeded by Hatshepsut, his daughter, who ruled as a "king" independently and as co-regent with her half-brother Thutmose II, a son of Thutmose I by his
marriage to Isis
God's Wife of Amun Egyptian and Ethiopian Female Pharaoh:
Daughter of Tuthmosis I , half Sister and Wife of Pharaoh Thutmosis II, who had a son Thutmose III , by a minor wife. H
After the death of Thutmose II  Hatshepsut calls on Solomon for help. This information we read on one of his statues, `I was in this land under [her] command since the occurrence
of the death of [her] predecessor...'[P. Dorman, `The Monuments of  (Solomon) Senenmut', (Kegan, Paul, London, 1988)]
Queen Hatshepsut of Egypt (Land of Punt - S. Egypt -Africa)  brought back was the seed of Solomon and gave birth to a child Menelik.
Hatshepsut disappeared in 1458 B.C. when Thutmose III, wishing to reclaim the throne, led a revolt.
Approximately 1500 BC   Egypt,
The Palace of Pharaoh Thutmosis III.  Circles of fire are said to have hovered over the palace while fishes, winged creatures, and other objects rained down from the sky.
Tuthmosis II - Patriarch Saul )
Father Tuthmosis I and Mother Mutnofret

Tuthmosis II was a frail, rather weak-looking individual,.X-rays have tended confirm that Tuthmosis II died when he was around 30.

Dynasty was taken from Saul and given to  King David.

The seige of the second Temple in Jerusalem by Antiochus can accurately be dated to 167 B.C.E. Adding another thousand and three
hundred years puts David's funeral at 1467 B.C.E., or almost 450 years before the generally accepted date (circa 1020 B.C.E.) This,
according to conventional chronology, would be during the reign of the greatest Egyptian warrior-pharoah Tuthmosis III [1490-1436
B.C.E.], who extended the Egyptian empire to its furthest limits.
God's Wife of Amun
Then the majesty of this god said: "I am her protector. A challenge to her shall not
occur forever by any king who shall arise in the following of future generations. But
only the god’s wife Nefertary.
It belongs to her from son to son forever and ever in accordance 25 with her office
of god’s wife. There is not one who shall say, 'Except for me’. There is not
another who can speak."
The kingdom of heaven is within you; and whosoever shall
know himself shall find it.
Queen Tiy (Taia,Tyre, Jochebed)
Tomb Discovery
Father was Yuya  Mother Thuya
God's Wife of Amun
Mother and wife of Akhenaten ( Amenophis IV)
The most brilliant and famous of Egypt's queens in
18th Dynasty Egypt.
This statue was found in the Temple of Hathor near
the turquoise mines.
Tiye was provided with as many as five or more
consorts, viz., Amenhotep III, Aanen, Aye, Yuya, and
Akhenaten. As a child she was married to
Amenhotep III upon his coronation as Pharaoh.
When Amenhotep III was unable to produce a set of
heirs through Tiye, her brothers Aanen (the eldest)
and Aye in turn sired  Nefertiti (Miriam) through her.
Semenkhare , Smemkhare (Aaron)and Tutankhamun
were the sons of Akhenaten and Tiye.

The snake travelled the world and finally bit its own tail back to Australia ,from where the Lightning
Brothers came. These two men were  the biblical  MOSES AND AARON , but known to the Egytians
as the  Pharoahs AHKTANATEN and SMENKARE  . They were not the leader of their people, but it
was the sacred sister  MIRIAMON or MIRIAM  or known to the Egyptians as NEFERTITI .

They died in South Australia after deciding not to take the STARFIRE  any longer. (The starfire was a
gift from the 'gods' for immortality). They brought with them the LAW and the sacred colour RED. The
one "outstanding" lifeform they left behind was the EGYPTIAN WAR DOG, now called the DINGO.

The daughter travelled with the AID OF FLIGHT  and moved through Asia to the North of Australia
leaving the DINGO and the STORY OF THE SACRED KINGFISHER  along the way  until arriving in
Nova Scotia . She brought the sacred dog to North America  along with the Law. In North America the
Dingo became known as the  CAROLINA WILD DOG. .

The PROMISE OF THE BIRD KING  is fulfilled in the Time of Darkness.....from now on the truth will
come forth.

"Red is  his hair , hooked his nose. Fair is his skin and green are his eyes" The same description as
all tribal people throughout the world have...He is THE BEAR, THE SNAKE, THE SMOOTH WHITE

"The Snake, the Bear, the Smooth White Stone, the Sacred Red Flow-er and most important, Iam the
Sacred Kingfisher ..from the blood who also gave you the Wild Dog which is the Egyptian War Dog,
known as the dingo. Iam the Living Sun Dance. Red is my hair. Green is my Eyes. Fair is my Skin
and Hooked is my Nose. Iam the Promised Bird King"
The Aboriginal of the Finders Rangers have already declared me so. The place where it was
declared is a place called BELTANA . To them Iam POPPADIDGEEDIDGEE. .
Professor P. F. Ceccaldi, with a research team, studied some hairs from the mummy's scalp. Ramesses II was thought
to be 87 years-old when he died, and his hair had turned white. Ceccaldi determined that the reddish-yellow color of the
hair was due to a dye with a dilute henna solution. Many Egyptians dyed their hair, and this personal habit was
preserved by the embalmers. However, traces of the hair's original color remained in the roots. Microscopic
examinations showed that the hair roots contained natural red pigments, and that therefore, during his younger days,
Ramesses II had been a red head. Analysis concluded that these red pigments did not result from the hair somehow
fading, or otherwise being altered after death, but did represent Ramesses' natural hair color. Ceccaldi also studied the
cross-section of the hairs, and determined from their oval shape, that Ramesses had been "cymotrich" (wavy-haired).
Finally, he stated that such a combination of features showed that Ramesses had been a "leucoderm" (white-skinned
may have become Akhenaten's co-regent and some think that Smenkhkare was in
fact Nefertiti.
(Yu-ya - Alalu-Ea)
Biblical Joseph  - Egyptian Prime Minister
during 1400 BC
Married to Thuya
Egyptian  and King  Ben-Hadad I
Father of Tiy. Yuya's blonde hair and
Caucasian facial struture have been well
preserved by the embalming process.
Yuya bore the prestigious title of "Father of
God [Pharaoh]"meaning pharaoh's
Was  priest of both Hermonthis and Amon
during his career.
The name "Yu-ya" is essentially identical with
the name of God given to Moses from the
burning bush
Pharaoh Horemheb Successor of Ay

Horemheb's parentage is unknown.  He was the successor of Ay   as
pharaoh of Egypt.  Horemheb was a royal scribe and general of the
armies at various times.  He restored the old worship of Amun,  
branded Akhenaten a heretic and attempted to destroy any trace of him.  
All names were changed from 'aten' to 'amun' .. He was the last King of
Egypts 18th Dynasty.
He formed a link back to the female royal blood line through the  
marriage of  Mutnodjmet,  believed to have been the sister of  Nefertiti, ,
Akhenaten's widow and sister. .
It was during  the reign of Horemheb that the first attempts were made
to write the Amarna Period out of Egyptian History.
Pharaoh Horemheb systematically destroyed all public evidence of the
heretic's existence. Workers chiseled out Akhenaten’s identifying
hieroglyphs wherever they were found. They demolished his newly built
capital city and quarried the stones for new building projects in other
parts of the country. They even omitted his name from the king-lists. He
had become a nonperson, the nation doing all it could to forget he ever
19th Dynasty
The first king of the New Kingdom, Ahmose came from a line of Theban rulers (17th Dynasty) who were campaigning against the rulers of Egypt ­ the Hyksos. Following the death of his
brother, Kamose,  Ahmose then became head of the Theban royal line and took up the challenge to rid Egypt of the hated foreigners. Ahmose was son  of Seqenenre-Tao II and Queen
Ahhotep.  It is thought that when he first inherited his family throne, Ahmose was roughly ten years old, at this point his mother, Ahhotep became co-regent with him until he reached 16 and
became king in his own right.

Expulsion of the Hyksos in Year 16 of his reign.
Ahmose I slowly drove the Hyksos back to their capital Avaris (location on one of the eastern branches of the Nile in Lower Egypt), once here Ahmose laid siege to the city. Ahmose had
troubles of his own with his kingdom, he left the siege of Avaris in the control of his military commanders so that he was free to placate a rebellion in the Theban region. When Ahmose
returned to Avaris he found that negotiations had been taking place between the Hyksos and his military commanders ­ the Hyksos were allowed to leave Egypt gracefully in return for
surrendering the city .
Ahmose also honoured his god for the many victories Ahmose had won - he edowed the temple of his capital city with many gifts, this act was to set a precedent for future kings of Egypt, one
which began the rise of Amun over all other gods of Egypt
Ahmose I

The first Pharaoh of the 18th Dynasty  and the Rise of the God AMUN

Not  Circumcised
Different process of embalming
Originally buried near the burials of his 17'th Dynasty ancestors
Married full sister
He is referred to as the "Deliverer of Egypt" by some historians
Wife of Yuya.
Equally blonde and
She was the great
grandmother of
Mother of Tiy
Her long blonde hair and  facial structure has been well preserved by the embalming process of the time
Ancient Pharoahs and Bibilical Patriarchs by Mary Sutherland Copyright
In Search of Ancient Man
by Mary Sutherland
Copyright 2006
Excerpt  - Unedited Version
Co-reigned with Queen Hatshepsut.
Father was Thutmosis II
Mother was not Queen Hatshepsut but from another wife

The Rosicrucian tradition traces the group's origin to the schools of philosophy begun by Pharaoh Thutmosis III in 1489 B.C.,which started the Ancient Great White Brotherhood - not to be confused with free
masons, which started with Solomon
.In a translation from the original hieroglyphic inscriptions in The Book of the Dead, by Sir E. A. Wallis Budge, we find these admonishments, "to allow no one to see it," nor was it to
be recited to even a close friend, for further we find: "never let the ignorant person, or anyone whatsoever look upon it"; also "the things which are done secretly in the hall of the tomb are the mysteries ..."

In some cases, classes of a very select nature were held in the private chambers of the reigning Pharaoh. The members of such assemblies became more and more select, the teachings more profound, and the
discussions so dialectic that there arose a most autocratic and secret society of the truly great minds of the day. Thus was laid the foundation of the Great White Brotherhood.

BUT It was Thutmose III who organized the present physical form followed by the present secret Brotherhood and outlined many of its rules and regulations. He ruled from approximately 1490   B. C. - 1436 B. C.
Under his rule he permitted the populace to indulge in all its fanciful beliefs and religions.  He believed that a gradual development in the existing mystical beliefs could be more easily and permanently
accomplished by establishing a secret school of philosophy, the students of which would put into practice the high standards selected.
As in all ages there were those who might be called advanced thinkers, true philosophers, sages, and scholars. Many of these were students of the mystical doctrines as taught by Thutmose's predecessors, and
they evidently had great faith in the final success of the principles; for when Thutmose proposed that the "class" which had been meeting in his chambers become a closed and secret order, "there was no
dissenting voice, and articles of limitations were established ere the assembly dispersed in the early hours of dawn."
This grand "Council Meeting," for such it is considered in all official records of the Order, occurred during what would be the week of March 28th to April 4th of 1489 B. C., according to our present calendar.

Twelve known Fratres and Sorores were present at this first Supreme Council. The Sorores were the wife of Thutmose III, known in the Order as Mene; the wife of one of the Fratres; and another who was a
descendant of one of the rulers of a preceding dynasty. Therefore, there were nine Fratres and three Sorores at this Council, a combination of numbers very significant.

No worldly name was decided upon for the Brotherhood, the records showing that the predominating thought was the maintenance of secrecy. The organization had no publicity; it required no propaganda other
than personal advice to those whose presence was desired, and as the one word, translated into Brotherhood (a secret, fraternal body), was sufficient name for all purposes.

Though the Order had no definite name, Thutmose saw that it had very definite principles, rules, and modes of procedure, all of which have come down  today without material change.
At the close of his reign in 1447 there were thirty nine Fratres and Sorores in the Council, and the meetings, which had become regular and systematic, were held in a hall of the Temple at Karnak, outside of
which Thutmose III erected two obelisks bearing a record of his achievements.

Thutmose signed most of the decrees of the Council with his own cartouche and it became the Seal of the Order "in testimony of the great work of our teacher (Master) to be forever a mark of honor and loyalty."
As was customary with these rulers when any event of national importance occurred, Thutmose issued a scarab bearing his cartouche on one side, plus a mark which has a special meaning to all mystics. One
original scarab, which was used for hundreds of years in Egypt by various officials to impress the Seal of the mystic fraternity in wax on all official documents, was given to the Grand Lodge of America with other
jewels and papers of an official nature. It is considered one of the rarest antiquities of Egypt now in this country. if not the most
sacred, of all mystic jewels, one which has never been used by other than the Masters in Egypt.
It means virtually the passing of the Master's Spirit from Egypt to America, as was planned by the founders centuries ago.
In this connection it may be explained  that the Obelisk is now in Central Park New York City - It is  one of the two that was erected in Egypt by Thutmose III and  had intended to stand some day in "the country
where the Eagle spreads its wings" -
The ancient Egyptians had a tradition of repeating the same name of their Pharoahs in different dynasties. Thus a father, son and grandson would have the same name but with first ,
second or third after it.  The name TUTHMOSIS was given to four pharaohs in the 18th dynasty. This dynasty was a strong one, a dynasty which also included Queen Hatshepsut, one of
the most powerful queens on Egypt.
Ahmose I was succeeded as Pharaoh by Amenhotep I, who became a teacher in the secret school for three years
Amenhotep I Father was-Ahmose and Mother was Queen Ahmose Nefretiri, who played an important part in his reign, acting as God's Wife of Amun..

Amenhotep I may have been married to his sister, (Ahmose-) Merytamun, who was a God's Wife of Amun.

Rising Star -Sirius
A heliacal rising of Sirius was seen during his reign, as recorded by the Papyrus Ebers1, which states:
"Ninth year of the reign of his majesty the king of Upper and Lower Egypt, Djeserkare - may he live forever! Festival of the New Year: third month of summer, ninth day - rising of Sirius"
giving the date of 1517 BC for the astronomical event and 1526 BC for the coronation of Amenophis I"
Amenhotep was this kings birth name, which means "Amun is Pleased". He is also known as Amenhotpe I, and Amenophis I by the early Greeks. His throne name was Djeser-ka-re, or "Holy is the Soul of Re". His
Horus name was Ka-Waf-Taw (Bull who conquers the land) and his "Two Ladies" name was Aa-nerw (He who inspires great terror).
Best known for his building of the Temple of Karnak in Thebes
He also  restored the mines at Serabit el-Khadim in the Sinai where he also expanded the Middle Kingdom temple of Hathor.
Established the Cult of Amun at Karnak
1538 B. C., Thutmose I was crowned succeeding Amenhotep I.
Tuthmosis -son of Thoth
Tuthmosis I was the third king in the 18th Dynasty. His mother was Semisene.
Tuthmosis I's main claim to the throne of Egypt was by taking the daughter of Ahmose I and Queen Ahmose Nefertari - the princess Ahmose - as his wife. She would give him two daughters (Neferukheb and
Hatshepsut) and two sons (Wadjmose and Amenmose). Tuthmosis I would ignore the sons from the Queen Ahmose in favour of Tuthmosis (II) born to a lesser ranked queen Mutnofret Creator of the Valley of the

He owed his position to his wife, Ahmose, who was the
first woman to become a member of the class on equal terms with the men. Ahmose-Nofretari was the daughter of Ahottpe I and Seqnenre-Taa II. Along with
her son, Amenhotep I, she was worshiped as a patron of the tomb-builders at Deir el-Medina many years after her death. Married full brother. The discussion regarding her admittance (
preserved in the
Rosicrucian Archives)
forms an interesting story and reveals the origin of some of the doctrines of the equality of the sexes.
Before his death, Thutmose III  left his son Amenhoptep II)  - Thutmose IV  -as co-regent . After his death at the age of 89 Amenhoptep II took up his father's work in the Brotherhood about the end of September,
1448 B.C. and ruled until around 1420 B.C.
He was known as a conquering warrior pharoah. Amenhotep was faced with a major rebellion in Syria by the vassal state of Naharin in his Year 3 almost immediately after the death of his father and dispatched
his Army to the Levant to suppress it.
He  also embarked on his second and third Syrian campaigns in Year 7 and 9 of his reign. Both rebellions were caused by a revolt in the Syrian regions of the Egyptian Empire, which was likely instigated by Egypt's
chief Near Eastern rival, Mitanni. The Year 9 battle occurred on the heights of Niy and resulted in Egypt's loss of control over the entire area between the rivers Orontes and Euphrates despite the recorded Egyptian
pillaging in Retenu and the capture of 3,600 Apiru prisoners-of-war. After this campaign, no further conflicts developed between Mitanni and Egypt, and an informal peace was maintained between Amenhotep and
the king of Mitanni. Thereafter, Amenhotep concentrated on domestic matters but maintained Egypt's imperial control over Canaan and Egypt's overall prosperity.
He was  a diplomat who established cordial relations with Babylonians and Hittites in exchange for acknowledging Egyptian hegemony of the region. With peace secured,  Amenhotep set about initiating various
building projects. He commissioned a column to stand in the courtyard between the fourth and fifth pylons in the Temple of Karnak commemorating the agreement between him, Artatama I and other Mitanni
leaders. He also built a temple to Horemakhet near the Great Sphinx at Giza and expanded the Temple of Karnak. Amenhotep also ordered the decoration of the Temple at Kalabsha and continued Thutmose III's
construction projects at Amada in Nubia. Amenhotep did not record the names of his queens; some Egyptologists theorise that he felt that women had become too powerful under titles such as God's Wife of
Amun. They point to the fact that
he participated in his father's removal of Hatshepsut's name from her monument and the destruction of her image.

Fought against King David.
"Soon Thutmose IV sent out a large force to fight against king David in the valley of the Giants. This was made up from the armies of the alliance and troops from Egypt as well. However, David's army caught them
by surprise and defeated Thutmose IV's force and drove them all the way back to Egypt's boundary south of Gaza.

Amenhotep III, King David , son of the preceding, occupied the throne from 1411 to 1375 B.C. and was the last of the truly powerful pharaohs or emperors.

Amenhotep III's birth is splendidly depicted in a series of reliefs inside a room on the east side of the temple of Luxor. Built by Amenhotep III, the room was dedicated to Amun. However, it portrays the creator god,
Khnum of Elephantine (at modern Aswan) with his ram head, fashioning the child and his ka on a potter's wheel under the supervision of the goddess Isis. The god Amun is then  led to Amenhotep III's mother by
Thoth, god of wisdom, after which Amun is shown in the presence of the goddesses Hathor and Mut while they nurse the future king

Upon the transition of Amenhotep III the Empire fell to his son Amenhotep IV,  Solomon with whose history all Rosicrucians are greatly concerned. He was the last Great Master in the family of the founders and the
one to whom we owe the really wonderful philosophies and writings used so universally in all Lodge work throughout the world.

Amenhotep IV was born in the Royal Palace at Thebes, November 24th, 1378 B.C. His mother Tiy or Tia was of Aryan {Hittite} birth, but both he and his father paid the most sincere respects to her and were ever
proud of designating her Queen Tia upon all monuments.

Ie was only eleven years old in 1367 B.C. when  he was crowned and immediately began a career unequaled by any pharaoh of Egypt.

His father, having been the Master of the Order for a number of years, built the great Temple of Luxor and dedicated it to the Brotherhood. He also added to the Temple of Karnak and in many ways left "monuments
of testimony and praise."

The Brotherhood numbered two hundred and eighty-three Fratres and sixty-two Sorores at this time, and at the time of the crowning of young Amenhotep IV, the Master was one Thehopset who remained in the
office until 1365 B.C.
Amenhotep's installation as Master-by-Council-Decree occurred in the Temple of Luxor, April 9th, 1365, at sunset, in the presence of his bride and her parents.

Amenhotep being the only descendant, it was deemed advisable that he marry as early as the customs then permitted in order that an heir to the throne would be assured. But Amenhotep's children unfortunately
were daughters, and this proved disastrous to the throne.

He was thoroughly instructed in the secret philosophy. So keen was his understanding that in his fifteenth year he composed many of the most beautiful prayers, psalms, and chants used in the organization today,
as well as contributing to the philosophy and sciences.
To him came the inspiration of overthrowing the worship of idols and substituting the religion and worship of one God, a supreme deity, whose spirit was in Heaven and whose physical manifestation was the Sun -
the Symbol of life. This was in accordance with the secret doctrines, and it changed the worship of the Sun as a god to the worship of the God symbolized by the sun. This was the beginning of monotheism in Egypt
and the origin of the worship of a spiritual deity which "existed everywhere, in everything, but was nothing of the earth" i.e., had no physical existence on earth in the form of inanimate or nonspiritual images.

Truly the religion of Amenhotep did not endure for long. Compared to the years of darkness, it was but a flash, for it ceased as a public and general re ligion when Amenhotep passed beyond the veil in 1350 B. C.

He, too, left many monuments to the glory of the Brotherhood. First, he removed as far as possible all "pillars to Ammon" and all references to Ammon as a god. So thorough was his work that he did not hesitate to
mutilate the work done by his father, Karnak and Luxor, by effacing all reference to the god Ammon - put there to appease the heathen priesthood - even to removing the name of his father and mother where they
were connected with such idolatry. This naturally provoked the populace especially since Amenhotep substituted beautifui monuments to the "living God."

In the fifth year of his reign - when he was only sixteen years of age - a sweeping reform was initiated throughout Egypt by his decree, which prohibited any other form of worship except that already mentioned. In
one of his decrees he wrote: "This is my oath of Truth which it is my desire to pronounce, and of which I will not say: 'It is false,' eternally forever."

He then changed his own name so that it would not be inconsistent with his reform. Amenhotep meant "Ammon is satisfied"; this he altered to Akhnaton or Ikhenaton meaning "pious to Aton" or "Glory to Aton."

He built a new capital at El Amarna (Akhetaton) in the plain of Hermopolis on a virgin site at the edge of the desert and abandoned Thebes because it was the magnicent city of Ammon. At El Amarna he also built a
large Temple for the Brotherhood, in "the form of a cross," and a large number of houses for his Council. Here was the  beginning of monastic life, for within the boundaries of El Amarna lived two hundred and
ninety-six Fratres of the Order, each having taken an oath never to pass "beyond the shadow of the Temple."

These Fratres wore special costumes which included a "cord at the loins" and a covering for the head, while the priest in the Temple wore a surplice of linen and had his head shaved in a round spot on the top.

It is from this institution that all monastic orders, especially that of St. Francis, derive their methods, even their costumes.

During these years at El Amarna the Brotherhood was being made into a concrete organization, and the Fratres at this community outlined the initiations and forms of service as used today.

Akhnaton (Amenhotep TY) not only built his Temple in the form of a cross, but he added the cross and the rose as symbols and further adopted the Crux Ansata,* in a special coloring, as the symbol to be worn by
all teachers (Masters). In fact, the last year of his life was spent in evolving a wonderful system of symbols used to this day, to express every phase and meaning of the Rosicrucian sciences, arts, and
philosophies, and while some of these have become known to the uninitiated through the researches of Egyptologists, many remain secret and all are understandable only to the initiated.
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