posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 07:08 PM
In the days of ancient Egypt the pharaohs, knew the truth?
They covered their heads with a head dress or mask representing god and they placed at the front, the two main features of God.
A bird vulture Nekhbet representing themselves and a cobra (Uadjet) representing their probes
These same features are thought the bible in the serpent and the eagle also the dragon depending on whether they want to show the good or bad? side of
However the cobra is also the female energy and perhaps also represented the goddess which conjoined with God.
The ankh in the early Egyptian church was interchangeable with the cross and symbolised the hope of life in one world and the breath of life in the
other. It is now the feminine symbol and was always shown with Isis or Hathor as giving life.
In art, Uadjet appeared as a cobra, sometimes winged and crowned, and sometimes as a snake with the face of a woman. She was the uraeus (cobra-shaped
symbol of sovereignty) that appeared on the headdresses of the Egyptian pharaohs.
Wadjet (cobra) and Nebket.(vulture) ... notice the cobra goes "into" the eye or from the eye - the eye is an opening?
edit on 23-6-2011 by AprilSky because: removed one image