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Deactivation of Energy (Defacements)

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Deactivation of Energy (Defacements)

We have seen how the Ancient Egyptian temple was designed, in whole and in part, to be a living organic building; to communicate between Earth and heavenly powers that can produce energy for the benefit of people and the land. The divine energies flowed uninterrupted—through proper rituals—throughout the temple.

The Hermetic Texts read:

"...in Egypt all the operations of the powers which rule and work in heaven have been transferred to earth below...it should rather be said that the whole cosmos dwells in [Egypt] as in its sanctuary..."

The Egyptians were masters in predicting events in the future, including the demise of the Pharaonic Era. The Hermetic Texts also told us:

"There will come a time when ... the deities will return from earth to heaven; Egypt will be forsaken, and the land which was once the home of religion will be left desolate, bereft of the presence of its deities."

Sensing the end of an era, the Egyptian priests used selective chiseling in monuments. The intent was to de-activate the flow of energy in the temples so that the subsequent dark forces are unable to abuse the cosmic energies.

The defacement were selective—some of the defaced areas are very difficult to reach, which would have required extensive preparation and platforms so the defacer could carefully and selectively chisel certain portions so neatly.

Here in the Edfu Temple, chiseling was so selective and was located so high up that it required special effort and many hours.

Further south, in Aswan, we find a similar situation in the Philae Temple. Noteworthy are the perfectly and neatly chiseled figures on the outer pylon of the temple.

The Ancient Egyptians buried thousands of statues, ritual tools, and vessels throughout the country to deactivate their temples. The noses on some statues were intentionally broken off, and are not the casual effect of rough handling or damage due to time. The statue was intended as a “living” representation. The statue, like the man, received the breath of life through the nostrils (a very common expression in Egyptian). By breaking off the nose, the statue was deprived of its “life”.

The Hermetic Texts that predicted the demise of the Pharaonic Era also predicted its revival. For the text reads:

"But when all this has befallen, then the Master and Father, God, the first before all, will look on that which has come to pass, and will stay the disorder by the counter-working of his will, which is the good. He will call back to the right path those who have gone astray; he will cleanse the world from evil. . .

Such is the new birth of the cosmos; it is a making again of all things good, a holy and awe-striking restoration of all nature; and it is wrought in the process of time by the eternal will of God."

Once Egypt is cleansed from its embedded cancerous devil, the Old Spirits will come back home.

[Excerpt from The Ancient Egyptian Metaphysical Architecture by Moustafa Gadalla]