What is that unusual stone in the center of King Tut’s pectoral? Turns out scientists have discovered that it is Siwa Glass that comes from the Western Desert covering about 2/3rd of Egypt’s land mass. http://www.inognidove.it/egypt/ On a plateau north of Gilf Kebir there is a field of Siwa glass where a 3,100 foot impact crater exists. According to The Meteoritical Society, two stones, 23 g and 13 g were discovered on the sand, 20 km south of the Siwa oasis during a field trip in 1994, by Dr. Romano Serra.
What does an old rock have to do with the development of ancient Egyptian religion? Abd’El Hakim, indigenous Egyptian wisdom keeper believed it all started when a meteorite hit the earth as a natural end of a profound age of wisdom. The shock of impact made ley-lines or lines of energy throughout the land. Human consciousness descended from a period of enlightenment and had to start all over again. http://www.redicecreations.com/radio/2012/03/RIR-120301.php
The predynastic people would dig holes for mass graves to bury their dead. Unfortunately, jackals would dig up the bodies and eat them. The early medicine men, known as the Hanut(i) or priest(s) understood that consciousness existed outside of the body and there were realms beyond the physical. So the Hanuti discovered these ley-lines and energy spots and placed crystalline stones upon an altar near water. This created an energetic harmonic where people could commune with nature and worship. Eventually, these sites needed to be tended so the Hanuti built fences around these areas, which evolved into the first temples. These priests offered the local farmers a deal. The Hanuti promised to tend the bodies of the dead and ensure the spirits would enter the unseen realms if the farmers produced food for them. The farmers readily agreed because they didn’t like the jackals digging up their burial plots. The early symbol for a temple was a nose because the priests would bake the wheat into loaves of bread and the smell wafted over to the farmers in the field signaling it was time for worship. Does anyone recognize the pattern on the map from another famous piece of Egyptian art?