Ancient Egyptian Manuscripts Confirms That RA Was An Alien God

After I’ve been studying for over 10 years all major religions and all mythologies plus the spiritual philosophy of the great philosophers, I have come to the conclusion that the gods who appear in the founding myths of the peoples and in the great religions of the world are nothing but benevolent extraterrestrial Gods who helped mankind to evolve and helped us to build the great works of architecture of antiquity.

One of the most famous ancient gods is RA, who is the most important god of ancient Egypt. Some scholars say Ra is not an alien god but a surviving king of Atlantean civilization.

I believe is an alien god. Ra is the god of the sun being the strongest of all gods. Ra is the creator of other Gods he created from his limbs. Ra gave birth to Shut and Tefnut, who in turn gave birth to Geb and Nut. Geb and Nut gave birth to Osiris, Isis, Set and Nephtis.

The cult of Ra was practiced by the Egyptian aristocracy, and the cult of Osiris was a more popular cult, mostly practiced by the masses, by the Egyptian population.

Ra ruled the Egyptian people for many years, but disappointed by the betrayal of those who used his wisdom, he decided to leave the Earth and fly to heaven and punish those who were not worthy of his wisdom.

In heaven, Ra traveled through the day with the Mantz ship and through the night with the Mashkhet ship with which he traveled through the hell regions.

Ra sent to Earth his divine eye who watches all aspects of human civilization and his wife Hathor, who was the goddess of fertility and love and who protected the women, but Hathor was also the goddess who received the dead in the underground world. Hathor is represented as a horned woman among whom lies the moon’s disc, which signifies that she is Ra’s wife.

Later Ra was associated with Amon God or the gods Aten, Khnum and Sebek. Amon-Ra becomes the supreme deity of all religions in Egypt. Khepri-Ra-Aton represents the sun in its three phases, Khepri the rising sun, Ra the sun at noon, and Aton the sunset.

Ra was venerated in Heliopolis, the city of the sun. Ra is represented as a man with a hawk head with the solar disk on top. In the Egyptian book of the dead, Ra appears to be a cat with a knife that kills a snake.

In this representation, the snake is a demon that is killed by Ra, which symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. The legend says that at first, it was just the darkness that reigned over the waters. The waters were called Num.

Num had such a great power that gave birth to a large and bright egg from which Ra was born. My interpretation says that the egg may be a stargate or an interdimensional portal.

It is said that Ra was indestructible and that this was due to the fact that no one knew his true name.

This belief is found in the great religions of the world in which people gave the supreme god a different name precisely because they do not know their true name and that when the true name of God is found, then the end of the world will come.

If we look at these texts in the light of what we know today about cosmic space, we realize that the god Ra is an extraterrestrial God that came from the cosmic space which in the legend is represented by the darkness floating over the cosmic waters Num.

The cosmic egg from which Ra was born (who was born by Num-which mean the spaceship that came from deep darkness of the space) is Ra’s space ship.


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