posted on May, 10 2012 @ 07:42 PM
日 This is the modern form of the Chinese character, "ri", meaning sun/day/hour/god.
It's original form,"ri", found on ancient oracle bones, takes the shape of a circle with a dot in the middle.
This is EXACTLY the same as the Egyptian logogram "r", also meaning sun/day/hour/god.
Chinese Oracle Bone character, "muk", meaning, "eye":
This is virtually identical to the Egyptian hieroglyph, "ir.t", or even the "eye of Horus".
The Egyptian logogram, "nfr", which is a cross on top of a circular base is remarkably similar to the ancient Chinese character, "whan"
(king/holy) and also to a hieroglyph of a very similar design and same meaning of the Mi'kmaq Indians of North America. In fact, the base of the
Mi'maq character, "holy", which is the encircled cross, is a pervasive primeval symbol found in many cultures of old.
The Egyptian ideograph for "jug" is almost identical with the archaic Chinese version.
So too, for "altar", "temple flag", and many others.