posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 03:01 PM
reply to post by Byrd
There was association of Sokar with the Bn-Bn;
Utterance 685, §2069
Faulkner: The king is reborn
The perfume of ‘Iht-wtt is on this King, a bnbn-loaf is in the Mansion of Sokar
It seems likely to me that the tradition of the nocturnal falcon always balanced the Solar falcon Horus, that ruled by day, Sokar is attested
throughout Dynastic Egypt and can probably be seen on the nocturnal Henu barque on the Naqqada tablet.
The stylistic development of the Serekh is something that has interested me, were twin falcons are sometimes seen, but also the basic palace facade
motif aspect as seen in examples below could have been based upon Orion as the place of first establishment, in their general triune form, see
particularly example 21 a-c below.
I'll probably need to find more information on the Mayan falcon motifs to strengthen my case.