Originally posted by andre18
reply to post by Mark Roazhar
No no, what I mean is the story of King Solomon’s temple with the use of magic and all is strikingly similar to the lord of the rings story - almost like a prophecy that will soon be fulfilled. The two towers speak for itself and then you've got the return of the king - possibly Jesus, then there's the all seeing eye - eye of Horus egypt - you get the picture....
Nephilim – ‘the fallen ones’ it comes from the verb Nephal: ‘to fall, be cast down to fall away, to desert’
“I swear by almighty god that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, her airs and successes according to law so help me god."
I will give my loyalty to the United Kingdom and respect its rights and freedoms. I will uphold its democratic values. I will observe its laws faithfully and fulfil my duties and obligations as a British citizen.
you still have not provided resolute evidence as to your original theory regarding Nordic Aliens, Ancient Egypt and the Queen
Originally posted by andre18
At the center of each city state is an Egyptian obelisk!
There are 28 known ancient Egyptian obelisks in the following current locations:
Tip of Hatshepsut's fallen obelisk, Karnak
The Obelisk of Tuthmosis III, Istanbul, Turkey
* Egypt – 8
o Pharaoh Tuthmosis I, Karnak Temple, Luxor
o Pharaoh Ramses II, Luxor Temple
o Pharaoh Hatshepsut, Karnak Temple, Luxor
o Pharaoh Senusret I, Heliopolis, Cairo
o Pharaoh Ramses III, Luxor Museum
o Pharaoh Ramses II, Gezira Island, Cairo, 20.4 m
o Pharaoh Ramses II, Cairo International Airport, 16.97 m
o Pharaoh Seti II, Karnak Temple, Luxor, 7 m
* France – 1
o Pharaoh Ramses II, in Place de la Concorde, Paris
* Israel – 1
o Caesarea obelisk
* Italy – 11 (includes the only one located in the Vatican City)
o 8 in Rome (see Obelisks in Rome)
o Piazza del Duomo, Catania (Sicily)
o Boboli Gardens (Florence)
* Poland – 1
o Ramses II, Poznań Archaeological Museum, Poznań (on loan from Ägyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, Berlin
* Turkey – 1
o Pharaoh Tuthmosis III, in Square of Horses, Istanbul
* United Kingdom – 4
o Pharaoh Tuthmosis III, Cleopatra's Needle, on Victoria Embankment, London
o Pharaoh Amenhotep II, in the Oriental Museum, University of Durham
o Pharaoh Ptolemy IX, Philae Obelisk, at Kingston Lacy, near Wimborne Minster, Dorset
o Pharaoh Nectanebo II, British Museum, London
* United States – 1
o Pharaoh Tuthmosis III, Cleopatra's Needle, in Central Park, New York
* Aix-en-Provence – Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins, 1667
 18th century
The Washington Monument in Washington, D.C., USA
The Wellington Monument in Phoenix Park, Dublin
Obelisk at the Plaza Francia, Caracas, Venezuela
Obelisk, Buenos Aires.
* St Luke Old Street (church), London, spire by by Nicholas Hawksmoor circa 1727-33.
* Stowe School, Buckinghamshire – General Wolfe's Obelisk, 1754
* Kagul Obelisk in Tsarskoe Selo, 1772
* Chesma Obelisk in Gatchina, 1775
* Rumyantsev Obelisk in St Petersburg, 1799
* Obelisk at Slottsbacken, Stockholm, erected 1800
 19th century
* Villa Medici, Rome – a 19th century copy of the Egyptian obelisk moved to the Boboli Gardens in Florence in 1790
* Nelson memorial, Springfield Park, Liverpool, circa 1805.
* "Brightling Needle", Brightling, East Sussex (65 ft), circa 1815
* Patriots' Grave, Old Burying Ground, Arlington, Massachusetts (1818)
* Captain Cook's Monument, Easby Moor, Great Ayton, North Yorkshire, 1827 (51 ft)
* Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown, Massachusetts – built between 1827 and 1843, the first monumental public obelisk erected in the United States
* Villa Torlonia, Rome – two obelisks erected 1842
* Reggio Emilia obelisk, comemorates marriage of Francis V, Duke of Modena to princess Adelgunde of Bavaria, built 1842.
* Rutherford's Monument near Anwoth, Scotland erected in 1842 as a memorial to Samuel Rutherford
* Newcastle, New South Wales – "The Obelisk", built 1850.
* Wellington Monument, Wellington, Somerset, completed 1854 53.34 m (175 ft)
* Obelisk of Fontenoy, 1860
* Wellington Monument, 1861, 62m (205 ft), Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland.
* Lincoln's Tomb in Springfield, Illinois, 1865, 35.66 m (117 ft)
* Brigadier-General John Nicholson's monument on top of the Margalla Pass, GT Road, Pakistan, 1868.
* Captain Cook Obelisk, Kurnell, New South Wales, 1870
* The Dauphin County Veteran's Memorial Obelisk in Harrisburg, PA, completed 1876, 33.52m (110ft)
* The Washington Monument in Washington DC, USA, measuring 169.29 m in height, is the world's tallest true obelisk; completed in 1884
* The Oriskany Battlefield monument in Rome, NY, dedicated in 1884 as a memorial to the Revolutionary War battle in 1777.
* The Bennington Battle Monument in Bennington, Vermont, 1889
* Dalhousie Obelisk, in Raffles Place, Singapore, 1891
 20th century
* The William Dudley Chipley Memorial, in the Plaza Ferdinand VII, Pensacola, Florida, dedicated in 1901
* The Sergeant Floyd Monument, on US Highway 75, in Sioux City, Iowa, dedicated in 1901.
* Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial in Vermont dedicated in 1905.
* McKinley Monument, on Niagara Square, in Buffalo, New York, USA, 1907 (96ft)
* The Veterans' Monument obelisk, constructed primarily from river rock collected from the nearby Doe River in downtown Elizabethton, Tennessee and guarded by two short American Civil War field cannon, dedicated in 1904 to Union and Confederate veterans from Carter County, Tennessee.
* The Chalmette Monument, in Chalmette, Louisiana, commemorating the Battle of New Orleans, dedicated in 1908
* The War Memorial in London Square, Southport, Lancashire, England, erected in 1923 to a design by Grayson and Barnish. It is flanked by two colonnades each supported by Doric columns, all constructed of Portland stone.
* Jefferson Davis Monument at Jefferson Davis State Historic Site in Fairview, Kentucky, 351 feet (107 m) tall, mostly of concrete, completed in 1924.
* The Foshay Tower, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, modeled after the Washington Monument, completed in 1929.
* Obelisk of Montevideo, Uruguay - built in 1930
* High Point Monument, 1930, in Montague, New Jersey. A 220 foot (67 m) obelisk sitting on top of New Jersey's highest point, 1,803 ft above sea level.
Cleopatra's Needles are a trio of obelisks in London, Paris, and New York City. They were originally erected in the Egyptian city of Heliopolis on the orders of Thutmose III, around 1450 BC.
The London Needle is not in the "The City Of London" but further down the Thames
The One in Washington is manufactured in America
The one in St Peter's Square in Rome was made in the reign of Nebkaure Amenemhet II
Originally posted by andre18
But still in London none the less, with origins to Thutmosis III and even with him in stone right next to the obelisk.
And it also one of the Cleopatra’s Needles. It was dedicated to freemason George Washington by the freemason grand lodge of the District of Columbia. The Freemasons laid the Washington obelisk corner stone in 1848 and contributed 22 Masonic memorial stones, 250 Masonic lodges financed the Washington monument obelisk.
But the fact still remains it’s Egyptian, though not constructed during the reign of any of the five main pharaohs I’ve been referring too, it’s still a monuments honoring Amen Ra no matter which way you look at it. All of these three obelisks have Egyptian qualities to them.
You're clutching at straws again.
historical records show that the Semitic hyksos kings ruled Egypt for over a hundred years. The Egyptian people rebuild against these Semitic kings and pushed them into northern Egypt. By 1500 BC a peace agreement was reached between the Egyptians and the Semitic hyksos, which allowed the hyksos people to leave Egypt peaceably and move to Palestine and Jerusalem in the Egyptian controlled land of Canaan. Their gradual and peaceful migration closely matches the bible story of the Semitic Hebrew exudes from Egypt into Canaan in 1447 BC.
And so from Yakubher (Jacob) seizing the throne of Egypt....the rulers of Egypt were Jewish hyksos kings such as Psusennes, Siamun, Amenemhet I and Thutmosis III
So, no official history for King of Sweden. How can history of the crown be unknown? Really? Do you believe it, or they will not say where their King came in first place... From Byzantine Body Quard. ( Brotherhood of Royals )
Yes i know a little about the Viking history - they named themselves after their six great ancestors, the six Hebrew hyksos kings who once ruled Egypt. Six – Hyksos – kings = VI-Kings. The ‘vi’ in their name is the Roman numeral for 6 – 6 Kings.