Still have not managed to post what I was going to post as I got side tracked and found something else just as important , IMO..
let me show you what just happened ...
Here is what i think MIGHT be writing.. I think it says Rah (at this point don't worry if i'm right or wrong, let's just say it does for arguments
Now, I began looking for any word that was spelt Rah.. That's all I used.. found this
Rah (slang), British English slang for a young snob
Rah, claimed by James Churchward to be the sun-god of the Mu, and the origin of the Ra of ancient Heliopolis
Rah, a common misspelling for the island of Ra, in north Vanuatu
Rah Rah (band), an indie alternative rock from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Rah!, Rah! is a 1961 studio album by Mark Murphy, arranged by Ernie Wilkins.
Rah!, an album
I read that and noticed some guy going on about the ancient Mu and Rah was their sun god.. Funnily enough, Ra is the Egyptian sun god (as we know
So I clicked the link for Mu and read;
Churchward gave a vivid description of Mu as the home of an advanced civilization, the Naacal, which flourished between 50,000 and 12,000 years
ago, was dominated by a “white race,": p. 48 and was "superior in many respects to our own": p. 17 At the time of its demise, about 12,000
years ago, Mu had 64,000,000 inhabitants and many large cities, and colonies in the other continents.
The cave paintings age... 20,000 to 32,000 Yet another coincidence in these paintings..
Churchward claimed that Mu was the common origin of the great civilizations of Egypt, Greece, Central America, India, Burma and others, including
Easter Island, and was in particular the source of ancient megalithic architecture. As evidence for his claims, he pointed to symbols from throughout
the world, in which he saw common themes of birds, the relation of the Earth and the sky, and especially the Sun. Churchward claims the king of Mu was
Ra and he relates this to the Egyptian god of the sun, Ra, and the Rapanui word for Sun, ra’a, which he incorrectly spells "raa.": p. 48 He
claimed to have found symbols of the Sun in “Egypt, Babylonia, Peru and all ancient lands and countries – it was a universal symbol.
The symbol for the sun is a a round spot whithin a circle.
The way the Egyptians drew it is like this..
See the "hat" on the cats head.. it is two horns (the circle) encompassing a red spot with two 'feathers' coming out the top..
I think those feathers represent movement as we see depicted many times in the cave paintings, like a comets tail...
so where is this symbol in the cave paintings.. i have found at least four so far..
here is two.. the 'feathers' are at the bottom.. showing which direction they are moving..
Egyptian art could not redirect the feathers as it spoilt the art.. or the point of showing direction faded over time..
If we find this symbol in other ancient cultures.. then Churchward is proven 3/4's correct.. Mu is/was/possibly his downfall.. a sunken continent..
Made me think on what i said on another post about the Sahara desert.. Hmmm..
Where's my shovel..
Anyway, this is yet another link from ancient Egypt back to the painters of this cave.. and I am about to go hunting for this symbol in other places..
and if I find it.. i think we can safely say there was an ancient culture that traveled many places and gave their knowledge or left their mark.. the
mark they left was Ra..
It's interesting also to read what was said about Augustus Le Plongeon (same link as above)
The idea of Mu first appeared in the works of Augustus Le Plongeon (1825–1908), after his investigations of the Maya ruins in Yucatán. He
claimed that he had translated the ancient Mayan writings, which supposedly showed that the Maya of Yucatán were older than the later civilizations
of Greece and Egypt, and additionally told the story of an even older continent.
Anyway.. I still need to chase the name of that crater and when it blew its top or got hit.. Now I'm wondering if this submerged city is under the
Sahara.. nobody said it had to be water.. It may be that Churchward and Co assumed it was water..
One quick Google search later and we find the Mayan symbol of the sun... A round spot in a circle with two lines coming off it.. (in this case the
lines represent the Egyptian feathers or the caves 'comet tails'.)
Off to find more now..
edit on 27-12-2012 by Extralien because: (no reason given)