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Glorious sky image

The colored areas are for easy discovery of detail.
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It's said that Christ was born around 4 B.C. Is this the number which is being referred?

Green circled area: 40 or 4000

Here, the concentrated (tan circle) area of the face!
Is this GODS FACE?
A constellation being referred here? Look closely! The blue of the swan head is actually the blue sky behind the dark clouds, and the eye is the sun! That's amazing sky art!

Can this be HIS face. A forehead, prominent nose,
eye areas, cheekbone, a mustache near bottom and chin.

What is the symbolism here?

A swan, duck, goose "head", clear as day, betweeen 2 figures? For this example, let's assume it's a goosehead. Are there 2 faces, bodies on either side of the "head"?

The crook and the flail were associated with several deities. It started as symbol of Geb as the original ruler of Egypt. Geb is one of the most important Egyptian God in ancient Egypt history. Geb was known as the God of Earth. He is also being referred as Seb, Keb, Kebb or Gebb in various literatures and the idea of Geb as a healing god is also found in texts dealing with scorpion stings and how to heal them. Geb appearances portrayed as a man with a goose on his head. Goose was a sacred animal to Geb, as such he was also called “The Great Cackler”. Sometimes, he also portrayed as a man lying underneath the arch of his wife the sky goddess Nut (see image below). His skin generally in green color (the color of living things), represent the vegetation of the earth. In the image below, Egyptian Gods Nut And Geb. Nut appears over top of Geb. The ancient Egyptian believed Geb’s laughter was to start earthquakes. His is the masculine Earth God, which opposite with many other religions where the earth is feminine.

Learn more about Geb and other Egyptian Gods..

Egyptian Symbols - Symbol of Power & Authority Egyptian Symbols was a symbol of power and authority and formed part of the part of the regalia carried on formal occasions by ancient Egyptian Pharaohs, Priests, Gods and Goddesses. The picture of the left depicts Anubis with various symbols of power and authority including the Was Sceptre. The other symbols that are often depicted in in hieroglyphics featuring Pharaohs Gods and Goddesses. ◾Meaning of the Ankh symbol: The Ankh sign, also known as key of life, was depicted as a "cross with a handle" that represented eternal life ◾Meaning of the Crook symbol: The crook sign symbolized the role as the 'shepherd' of the people ◾Meaning of the Flail symbol: The flail sign symbolized the role as provider of food for the people ◾Meaning of the Eye of Horus symbol: The 'Eye of Horus' was a protective, sacred amulet was that adorned both the living and the dead. It was was one of the most potent symbols of ancient Egypt symbolizing healing, restoration, protection and sacrifice.

However, having read elsewhere that color as is used in creating the art object (flail), represents something other than just the object itself. (Please see above link). That is to say, the colors all mean something too. There is a meaning for each color used. I already came to this conclusion when I explained the Flail hieroglyph on the Home page. For the theroists to explain off the real meanings of these artifacts is unrealistic The truth is meant to be known.

This picture below appears to have black cross.

Lastly (for now), do you see anything else?
Keep looking up and realize we are being sought.

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