Horus Aten

The period of cyclic catastrophism, or Vedic Period, was triggered 6,000 years ago by a great impact on Jupiter, out of which proto-Venus was born.  This term for Venus is used to reflect the fact that the planet currently comprises only heavy elements while the lighter elements currently constitute the zodiacal lights which cannot settle on the planet due to its high temperature  and pressure. Proto-Venus rampaged throughout the solar system, crossing the orbits of the two existing terrestrial planets, Earth and Horus (Egyptian) or Indra (Rigveda), named the Aten by Egyptian pharoah Akhenaten which was full of life.  It first passed close to the Earth around 4000 BC and covered it with layer of poisonous heavy elements, primarily iridium, which when breathed by the prehistoric animals and hominids caused the K-T extinction.
Proto-Venus then began a series of close interactions with Aten which was in Venus’ current orbit, closer to the Sun than the Earth.  The Vedas say that Varuna (proto-Venus) and Indra (Aten) had ‘innumerable’ close encounters and the myths of a number of cultures confirm this, telling of a whitish extension (some say a sword) between them during these events.  This was due to the tidal effect of the heavy element plasma composition of the newly created proto-Venus being drawn toward the Aten at each encounter, which increased the tidal effect between the two increasing the eccentricity of the Aten while decreasing that of proto-Venus.  In the Vedas, this extention was imagined to be Soma, which Indra ‘quaffed in large draughts’, causing him to grow miraculously – that is, to approach the Earth.  Soma, the same intoxicating material that fell to Earth in later millennia, also known as manna (Jewish), ambrosia (Greek), haoma (Persian), said to have brought tens of thousands of plants to the Earth, was obviously woven into the myth at a later date.
Similarly, the Egyptians imagined that Horus (Aten) was nurtured by the ‘milk’ of  Sechat-Hor, the ‘Heavenly Cow’, which was obviously a name for proto-Venus.  This deity was worshiped in the Sed Festivals, in which the pharaoh gave offerings to Sechat-Hor who had ‘fed Horus with her holy milk’.
Proof of the deity’s very ancient origins, i.e. from predynastic times, is confirmed by the fact that the Sed Festivals were performed in a courtyard constructed at Djosers step-pyramid at Saqqara, the most ancient pyramid.  Also significant is that the ceremony involved the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt.  This two-part ‘crown’, often shown in Egyptian art, has nothing to do with upper and lower Egypt.  It is actually a representation of a comet tail, which adorned the earliest form of proto-Venus – i.e. a broad dust tail and a narrower offset tail formed by ionized gases. Numerous close encounters of the two eventually brought  Aten into an orbit that crossed that of the Earth, from which multiple captures in a geostationary orbit above the Himalayas by tidal drag took place.  Each capture lasted 14.4 years. This explains why the Sphinx, called in Egyptian Horus am akhet (Horus on the horizon) remained facing to the east.
The Sed Festival texts refer to a thirty-year period associated with each cycle. Egyptologists fail to understand that this cyclic period originally determined the reign of each pharaoh.  Its physical significance was that it marked the period of the cyclic catastrophism.  Aten (Horus) would become captured in geosynchronous orbit for 14.4 years and then released into a planetary orbit for 15.6 years, the differences in these two raash were a mystery to Velikovsky.  It would then be recaptured and the entire thirty-year cycle was repeated ninety-nine times, encompassing a total of three millennia, from roughly 3687 to 687 BC. During the capture periods soil, water, atmosphere and all modern day vegetative life was blasted to the Earth in the form of ‘blueberries’ discovered by space probes (where?)
The spectacular events which occurred at each release of priori-Mars described in the new book Miracle: The Creation of the Earth, are suggested in the figure below:

The pharaoh’s soul mounted upon the solid core inside Aten awaiting launch.

The elaborate ceremony associated with the pharaoh’s demise, suggests that originally the pharaoh had to die as the end of each encounter approached and a new pharaoh inaugurated.  This would limit the reign of each pharaoh to thirty years and explain the thirty year Sed Festivals, but was revised in later dynasties.

~ by Angiras on June 13, 2010.

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