May God Bless You
Alien God Church
Today we look at the ancient Egyptian Ankh. The Ankh is our symbol in our church. This item was transformed into a cross by some Church groups. These people are drawn to the dark side and later fashioned it as a sword grip.
Wikipedia has the following definition.
The ankh also is known as the breath of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning “cross with a handle”), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read “life,” a triliteral sign for the consonants Ayin-Nun-Het.
The character represents the concept of life, which is the general meaning of the symbol. The Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop or bearing one in each hand; arms crossed over their chest. The ankh appears in hand or proximity of almost every deity in the Egyptian pantheon (including Pharaohs). Thus it is reasonably and widely understood as a symbol of new religious pluralism: all sects believed in a familiar story of eternal life, and this is the literal meaning of the Ankh. This rationale contributed to the adoption of the ankh by New Age mysticism in the 1960s
The ankh frequently appears in Egyptian tomb paintings and other art, often at the fingertips of a god or goddess in images that represent the deities of the afterlife conferring the gift of life on the dead person’s mummy; this is thought to symbolize the act of conception. Additionally, an ankh was often carried by Egyptians as an amulet, either alone, or in connection with two other hieroglyphs that mean “strength” and “health.” Mirrors of beaten metal were also often made in the shape of an ankh, either for decorative reasons or to symbolize a perceived view into another world.
A symbol similar to the ankh frequently appears in Minoan and Mycenaean sites[where?]. The object is a combination of the sacral knot (symbol of holiness) with the double-edged ax (symbol of matriarchy), but it can be better compared with the Egyptian tyet which is similar. This symbol recognized on the two famous figurines of the chthonian Snake Goddess discovered in the palace of Knossos. Both snake goddesses have a knot with a projecting loop cord between their breasts. In the Linear B (Mycenean Greek) script, the ankh is the phonetic sign za.
Crux ansata in Codex Glazier
The ankh also appeared frequently in coins from ancient Cyprus and Asia Minor (particularly the city of Mallus in Cilicia). In some cases, especially with the early coinage of King Euelthon of Salamis, the letter Ku, from the Cypriot syllabary, appeared within the circle ankh, representing Ku(prion) (Cypriots). To this day, the ankh is also used to describe the planet Venus (the namesake of which, the goddess Venus or Aphrodite, was chiefly worshipped on the island) and the metal copper (the massive mining of which gave Cyprus its name).
Coptic Christians preserved the shape of the ankh by sometimes representing the Christian cross with a circle in place of the upper bar. This became known as the Coptic ankh or crux ansata.
The spirit on passing was thought to escape through the center of the Ankh and rise to the heavens. Many have tried to copy the Ankh.
Just look at Akhenaten the alien being. He changed his name by using the first part of the Ankh and tied it in with Aten to form his new name. Breath of life of the Sun would have been the translation for his new name. Akhenaten managed to develop the grounds for most modern Christian religions this way.
The Ankh served as a sun symbol of life on the top and joins as a trinity below Osiris and Isis on each side and Horus was the new life trunk that connected the tree with his parents holding up the sun.
This Ankh is a modern symbol of life also. A human can copy the ankh symbol by putting your legs together tight and lifting your arms horizontal and facing the sun. The sun will merge with your conscious mind and become the top of the ankh fulfilling the symbol. The breath of life is also known as the Spirit.
We would have observed Summer and winter Solstice by placing an Ankh in the ground on the day of each event. The sun would shine through the Ankh and the seasons are seen.
The Ankh was a symbol of the sun and appeared to look like a Gray alien.
Remember that the sun gives all life to the Earth.
winged alien beings are the protectors of Earth.
Later on, Jesus placed on a cross so that with Jesus’s head appeared to have the sun around his head and look like the same symbol as the Ankh. Jesus was of course an Alien winged being.
The ankh variation of the Christian cross is in use in many churches throughout the world. People try to copy the ancient Egyptian ankh. Many of the religions have a commandment forbidding idol worship, but find making a copy of the ankh more critical than their faith.
The 42 principles of Ma'at, of course, do not have a commandment against idol worship as Idol worship is not a crime.
Thoft even said a cross with a circle on top is the best = Ankh
We like the Ankh as our symbol also.