Other evidence (names) indicating
the feminine identity of Ark-Ur (the "Sphinx")
- Akar, Mount Sinai: In the Bible, Akar is Abraham's concubine Hagar
/Agar, who is called "Mt. Sinai" in Galatians 4:24.
Mt. Sinai or Mountain of the Moon is a copy of Afraka's Mountain
of the Moon. "Sin" is derived from Kamite SHEN (circle,
orbit, period, twofold), source of the words SENnate, CENtury.
Sin is one with Zin, Zion, Sion. Shen also means to bend, turn,
deflect, twist and turn, and "the point of turning in the
circle, and place of the equinox." [BB2, 115] The Shennu
ring (shennu, to wrap around) was a symbol of the Precession
or Circle of Eternity ("seven eternals"). The "shennu"
is the proper name of the so-called "cartouche." Mount
Sinai was Egyptian. "The deities who were worshipped on
it were likewise Egyptian. It was the seat of Hathor." [AE
677] Mount Sinai was a copy of Kamit's Mount Sheni in the Kamite
astronomical mythology. As the point of Turning and Returning,
Mount Sheni was the Mount of the Equinox, hence, also the Mount
of the Two Lions. Related names for Mount Sheni were:
of Amenta (Mountain
of Maat/Truth) [AE 679]
"Thus saith the LORD; I am returned unto Zion, and will
dwell in the midst of Jerusalem: and Jerusalem shall be called
a city of truth [Maat]; and the mountain of the LORD of hosts
the holy mountain" (Zech 8:3).
The Mount of Turning and Returning
In the plagiarized reworked story, Mount Sinai was the point
at which the Israelites turned their course; turned away
from God to worship the calf (Taurus): "And the LORD said unto Moses, Go, get thee
down; for thy people, which thou broughtest out of the land of
Egypt, have corrupted themselves: They have turned aside quickly
out of the way which I commanded them: they have made them
a molten calf, and have worshipped it" (Exo. 32:7, 8).
- Xerefu & Akeru: They
are twin lions, likely derived from or identified with the double
lions of Akar. As the two-faced Goddess of Birth and Death (like
the rising and setting sun), the "Sphinx" sometimes
looked in two opposite directions, with two heads and two foreparts.
This image or glyph was called Xerefu and Akeru, "The Lions
of Yesterday and Today," similar to the Great Mother's Greek
designation of Alpha and Omega. Thus, the double headed "sphinx"
is a symbol of Time. (Apparently, Xerefu = Serif [fire /light],
and Akeru = Akar [dark underword], hence, from the darkness/sunset
to the light of sunrise.)
Mount Sheni, addressed earlier, was the Mount of the Equinox,
hence also the Mount of the Two Lions (Lionesses?). [AE 676]
These double lions are likely Xerefu & Akeru. Massey wrote:
"The mount of the horizon in the equinox was the place of
the two lions called the Sheniu, which also tend to identify
the mount with Sinai. These two lions, the two kherufu or kherubs
that support the sun upon the horizon, are repeated in the two
cherubim that were portrayed upon the ark of testimony."
- Neter Ua: According
to the noted historian Albert Churchward, a contemporary of Gerald
Massey, the "Sphinx" was erected as a monument to "The
One Great God," and the "Seven Glorious Ones."
[Churchward SS 381]. In another book we learn that "The
One Great God" is a title of the Great Mamma as Goddess
Neith. Neter Aa means "Great God." Neter Ua means "
'The God One'; Neith, the Great God." [Budge 403]
- Hu: is
the Sphinx at Gizeh. While "Hu" was also a name of
Heru (Horus), "Huhu" means "the primeval watery
mass whence came everything." [Budge 469a] This undoubtedly
refers to The Great Mamma, who was also known as The Great Water
or the NUN, the Cosmic Ocean called "outer space" by