KING DJOSER (HORUS NETJERY-KHET)

Identity:      Djoser, King
Material:    Painted Limestone
Period:       Old Kingdom, 3rd Dynasty
Reign:         Djoser

Dimensions:
Height:       142 cm
Width:         45.3 cm
Length:       95.5 cm

This statue is thought to be the oldest, life size,
sculpture known from Egyptian antiquity. It was placed
inside a small closed room (so-called "serdab") at the
north eastern corner of the Step Pyramid of king
Djoser in Sakkara, the earliest monumental
construction made of stone. Here the statue became
the dwelling of the "ka" or guardian spirit of the king
who is represented seated on an elevated throne with
a high back. He could thus hear the prayers, smell the
scent of incense and enjoy the offerings. The king is
shown wearing the "nemes" headdress, a false
beard, and carries a scepter in his right hand. His
eyes which were once inlaid with semi-precious
stones retain a straight look giving it a lifelike effect.
The inscription on the base of the throne gives the
royal Horus name "Netjery-khet".
The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
STATUETTE OF KING KHUFU


Identity:        Khufu, King
Material:      Ivory
Period:         Old Kingdom, 4th
Dynasty
Reign:          Khufu

Dimensions:
Height:       7.5 cm
Width:        2.5 cm
Profile:       2.9 cm

This small statuette is important
because it is the only surviving
complete representation of the
great king Khufu, builder of the
Great Pyramid at Giza. The king
sits on the throne wearing the
red crown of Lower Egypt and
holds the "nekhekh" scepter of
dignity in his right hand. The
face shows features of an old
man with strong personality

The Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Queen Hatshepsut
Egyptian Museum, Cairo
Virtual Museum for Ancient Antiquities and Artifacts
by Mary and Brad Sutherland
Exploring the ancient man and artifacts with
Mary Sutherland
REACHING HEAVEN

According to the Wikipedia the term “Reaching Heaven”
is a common description in temple tower inscriptions.
The name Babylon derives from the native Akkadian
‘Bab-ilu’, which means ‘Gate or Gateways of the Gods’.

Based off these descriptions, the purpose of the
ziggurats or great temple towers, such as Babylon, may
have included “Heavenly Gateways” or “Transport
Stations” for the gods.

To learn more about the ancient star gates and the Blue
Stones of Ea
purchase my book
GIANTS GODS AND LOST RACES
Portals- Gateways to the Multi-Dimensional Worlds

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BELIEVE IN THE MAGIC SERIES


Books by Mary Sutherland
Egyptian Artifacts
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  • Introduction
  • Chapter One – How We See Our Reality
  • Chapter Two – Understanding and Communicating with the Quantum World
  • Chapter Three – Ley Lines and Portal Phenomena
  • Chapter Four – Healing and Cleansing in a Feminine Vortex  
  • Chapter Five – Stairway to Heaven  
  • Chapter Six – Time and our Perception of Time  
  • Chapter Seven- Time and Space Travel
  • Chapter Eight – Finding Vortices and Paranormal Hotspots
  • Chapter Nine – Phase Shifting and Creating Portals
  • Chapter Ten – Communication and Shared Information
  • Chapter Eleven – Photographing the Invisible World
  • Chapter Twelve -The Holographic Universe
  • Conclusion -  
  • About the Author – Mary Sutherland