My todays Sunny’s Tales

after wake up.. beyond window… grey rain… and the all in grey..ehh.. but when you put your hand on my head.. this was like touch of god… RA…  an explosion of light.. oh my Sun! ocean of ecstatic sunny light..  flow… and quick journey in time.. to past.. when you and me.. we are… i looked at you and you was so big.. me so small.. ahh.. really..  below… but never mind… how size..

LOVE in ONE

sun-and-moon unity

♥ ƸӜƷ ♥

continum soon

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Now.. over my head.. floating something what looked like golden sunny wreath … eucharist… or maybe rather.. wonderfull rosette… but with this crown on me i looked more like russian empress.. than egyptian… but… ehh.. never mind… this was our really ancient egyptian climax..

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Tomb Of Osiris Discovered By Egyptologists

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January 5, 2015 – A Spanish-Italian archaeological team, in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, has made an incredible discovery in the necropolis of Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, on the West Bank at Thebes, Egypt – an enormous ancient reproduction of the mythical Tomb of Osiris as described by Egyptian legend, complete with multiple shafts and chambers. Inside the tomb complex, researchers found a carving of Osiris and a room with a wall relief depicting a demon holding knives.

According to the Spanish news agency EFE, the tomb embodies all the features of the tomb of Osiris, as told in ancient Egyptian legends, and is a smaller version of the design of the Osireion, built under Egyptian pharaoh Seti I  in the city of Abydos, Luxor.  Researchers believe the tomb complex dates back to the 25th dynasty (760 – 656 BC) or 26th dynasty (672 – 525 BC), based on a comparison to similar tombs that contain Osirian elements.

The complex consists of a large hall supported by five pillars. RTVE describes the structure as having a staircase from the north wall of the main room, leading down to the funerary complex, where there is a carving of Osiris, god of the dead, in the middle of a central vaulted temple.

To the west of the central temple is a funerary room with the reliefs of demons holding knives. The leader of the Spanish-Italian team that uncovered the tomb, Dr. María Milagros Álvarez Sosa, told EFE that the demons are there to protect the body of the deceased.

Opposite the statue of Osiris is a staircase with a 29.5 foot (9 meter) shaft leading to another chamber. Inside this chamber is a second shaft that descends 19.6 feet (6 meters) into two more rooms, which are currently full of debris.

“The symbolism of Osiris is very evident here, since all the elements recalling the mythical Osiris tomb are present,” writes Luxor Times Magazine, “a big staircase of 3.5 meter long with a 4 meter high ceiling at the bottom leading to the Netherworld and another one leading directly to the Osiris statue, which is therefore at a higher level and ideally isolated on ‘his island’; the Osiris statue itself; the empty corridor surrounding it which symbolizes the channel of water (see Osireion in Abydos); the expected burial chamber below the statue, thus identifying the deceased with Osiris.”

Part of the tomb was initially discovered by archaeologist Philippe Virey in the 1880s and some attempts were made to sketch out the main structure in the 20th century. However, it was not until recently that the full extent of the structure was discovered through excavations. The funerary complex will continue to be explored and the chambers cleared of debris in the Autumn of this year.

Alvarez Sosa told EFE that the tomb is of “great importance” because “the burial chambers contain dead who slept their eternal sleep under the god of the dead, Osiris”.

According to Egyptian mythology, Osiris, god of the underworld, was killed by Set, god of storms, disorder and violence, who shut Osiris in a coffin and threw it in the Nile river. After his body was recovered by Isis, Set tore his body into pieces and threw them back into the river. Isis collected all the pieces and bandaged the body together. This form of Osiris traveled to the underworld in a boat and became god of the dead.

The only body part Isis could not locate was the phallus, as it had been eaten by catfish.  Isis created a golden phallus and briefly brought Osiris back to life with a spell, which gave her enough time to become pregnant by Osiris before he returned to death. Isis later gave birth to Horus, who became seen as a representation of new beginnings and the destroyer of the evil Set.

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Sources and more information:

Tomb of Osiris – Egyptian god of the dead – found in necropolis

Tomb of Osiris – Egyptian god of the dead – found in necropolis Tomb discovered in necropolis at West Bank of Thebes January 3, 2015 17:45 GMT Replica of the tomb dedicated to the god Osiris(MinProject: Archaeological Mission Canaria-Toscana) A tomb complex has been discovered in the necropolis at the …

Tomb Of Osiris Discovered By Egyptologists

New Mythical Osiris Tomb Discovered in Egypt Is Identical To That In Luxor And Mythology

( via ancient-origins.net )

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more interesting photos of tomb
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Deep into the tomb

http://www.min-project.com/ExcavationDiary/TabId/108/ArtMID/527/ArticleID/42/Deep-into-the-tomb.aspx

My comment

This news (via Ra/Emerald Guardian/13 jan) very very moved me.. Great Discovery& my congratulations for team Min Project! I visited West part of King Valley in february 2009… where i spent whole day.. only with my partner in journey… without other tourists.. the all were on other, East site.. Friendly Guardian said me that people are not interested this place.. too empty to buy ticket… I, however, after a visit to the eastern side at the day before.. felt that I must go back to Thebes on the next day.. but on Western side… in this way, resigned from visit in  Karnak.. It was like voice calling me… i am here and wait on you.. please.. come back.. back.. so so.. in this way..  i found him..  https://liviaspacedotcom.wordpress.com/my-egypt/kamien-faraonow/

Lyra in Hieroglyphics

Lyra in Hieroglyphics

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thanx Magdi

i found also other info:

The name Lyra is of French origin and means “of the iyre or song”. It is generally used as a girl’s name.

http://www.ourbabynamer.com/Lyra-in-hieroglyphics.html

on this page you can also check your name.. how look written in ancient egyptian language.. even if it’s not your official, but nick or spiritual name.. like Lyra (Sha) for me.. which, however, was born in a very natural way..

 soon my egyptian lyrian update

❤ 

Man discovers passage to Egypt’s Great Pyramid — under his house

Wow! next Discoveries.. like in my dreams… literally! but i found similar passage under my home in Poland.. however not only.. no.. no.. I have a lot of experience with egyptian underground.. and now I know that is something more than just my dreams and visions.. i will write more later about..

LiRa Sha

Man discovers passage to Egypt’s Great Pyramid — under his house

January 5, 2015

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An Egyptian citizen, identified as “Nagy” by Arabic news site Ahram.org, was illegally digging in his backyard when he found a tunnel leading to the Pyramid of Khufu. The pyramid, nicknamed the Great Pyramid, is the oldest and largest of the three Giza Pyramids.Nagy, a resident of the El Haraneya village, near the Giza Plateau, dug 33 feet beneath his house before he found the corridor, made from stone blocks. Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities sent archaeologists to the scene, and a committee confirmed the passage to be the pyramid’s legendary causeway.

Archaeologists have searched for decades for the passage to the pyramid. The causeway is mentioned in the Histories by the Greek Herodotus, who claims to have visited it in the fifth century B.C.E. Herodotus wrote that the passage was enclosed and covered in reliefs, but before Nagy’s excavation, only small remnants of the causeway had been found.

The Khufu pyramid complex is known to have connected to an undiscovered temple near the Nile River. Thanks to the new discovery, archaeologists believe the temple may be buried beneath the village of Nazlet el-Samman.

Meghan DeMaria

Ring like from Dream (Pierscionek jak ze snu)

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Znalazlam dzisiaj zdjecie pierscienia bardzo, ale to bardzo podobnego do tego, ktory przysnil mi sie w ostatnia noc 2014 roku

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i mimo iz jest wykonany ze zlota to (przynajmniej na zdjeciu) wyglada jak blado srebrny

Gold finger rings from the royal tomb of ‪#‎Akhenaten‬ and his family.

One ring shows 2 images of the god Bes and 2 ankh signs; the other depicts a lion-like Bes beating a drum standing on his hind legs.

The rings were once owned by the Victorian novelist Sir Rider Haggard, author of King Solomon’s Mines and many other adventure stories.

He broke one of the rings against the door of a taxi when wearing it in London.

Dynasty 18, reign of #Akhenaten. Purchased from the collections of Norwich Castle Museum in 1956; previously in the collection of Sir Rider Haggard.
Accession numbers 56.20.576-7

Ikhnaton Amenophis IV

31 december 2014

pisalam

z tej nocy zapamietalam jedynie duzy blado srebrny pierscien, ktory otrzymalam w prezencie od Ra… i mimo tego, ze pierscien zdawal sie byc uszkodzony – nie posiadal oczka – to czuje, ze ma on zarowno dla mnie jak i dla Ra naprawde duze znaczenie… Skojarzyl mi sie troche z piersieniem ze snu o zlotej masce.. chociaz ten w snie z minionej nocy byl wyraznie owalny.. z dwoma, albo i trzema zaglebieniami..

Co ciekawe senna intencja z tej nocy dotyczyla Montsegur…

https://liviaspacedotcom.wordpress.com/2014/12/18/december-dreams/

Jak dla mnie bardzo ciekawy jest ten watek uszkodzonego pierscienia z Tell Amarny.. poniewaz i w moim snie pierscien zdawal sie byc uszkodzony… choc po obudzeniu wydawalo mi sie, ze dlatego.. poniewaz gdzies zgubilo sie jego kamienne oczko… wygladal tez ewidentnie bardziej jak obiekt po prawej stronie.. bez wyrazistych rytow… a teraz dotarlo do mnie, ze byc moze on tego oczka wcale nie posiadal… nie twierdze tez, ze jest dokladnie ten sam piersionek, ale podobienstwo jak dla mnie jest naprawde ogromne i moze chodzi o jakis sekretny zwiazek pomiedzy Tell Amarna a Montsegur.. byc moze o Blue Flame? albo Amenti…. poki co jeszcze tego nie wiem..

w kazdym badz razie dodaje ten sen do

My Egyptian Dreams

Hallo Egypt.. hallo Al KahiRa! here LiRa :)

W dniu dzisiejszym postanowilam zalozyc ten wlasnie poswiecony moim egipskim doswiadczeniom blog.. takze dzisiaj wpadlo mi w oko ponizsze video, pierwsze na mojej youtubowej liscie nowosci.. ktore zamieszczam ot na dobry poczatek.. takze Nowej Ery w Egipcie

Sporo ze swoich doswiadczen zwiazanych z Egiptem opisalam (jak do tej pory) na Livii Space (a wczesniej na nieistniejacym juz Salonie Tajemnic).. chocby w takich notkach jak Moje Egipskie Sny, Doswiadczenia z Kamieniem Faraonow.. jak i ogolnie we wszystkich wpisach znajdujacych sie wkategorii Egipt oraz otagowanych takim samym haslem… Troszke zdjec z mojej egipskiej podrozy znajduje sie tutaj Nowa galeria wkrotce w tym miejscu… a w niej takze te zdjecia, ktorych do tej pory jeszcze nie opublikowalam… jak i opis moich doswiadczen, ale w bardziej uporzadkowanej wersji.. bo poki co wszystko zdaje sie byc mocno porozrzucane.. niczym luzne kartki…

ahh.. mam tez wrazenie, ze udalo mi sie dzisiaj zrozumiec znaczenie slow wypowiedzianych przez Ra w Egipskiej Ksiedze Zmarlych…

nie Lira jestem.. jestem piesnia.. ze swiata nie odejde..

“I am Ra, from whom time began.
I am the hub of a wheel,
A day star hovering over an endless sea.
I am not the harvest; I am the seed.
I am not the Lyre; I am the song.
I will not pass away.”
–Egyptian Book of the Dead

Ellis Translation

przy okazji

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