Not the true one beneath the Great Pyramid, but far more than “ceremonial,” according to my inner-planes mentor ThothHorRa.
First the article (and images) . . .
An eerie blackened ‘tomb’ belonging to Osiris – the ancient Egyptian god of gods – has been unearthed.
It is thought that the symbolic burial site was used in rituals to connect the god of the afterlife’s vast powers with the pharaohs.
The unusual structure was built during the 25th Dynasty between 760 and 525 BC and was uncovered at the Al-Gorna necropolis on the west bank of the River Nile near Luxor, Egypt.
Announced by Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-DamAcaty, the ‘Tomb of Min’ is based on the mythical tomb of Osiris, complete with shafts, chapel, a large hallway, burial chamber, carvings and even a statue of the god, The Luxor Times reported.
A staircase leading down from a pillared hallway cuts through the bedrock to a chapel with a vaulted ceiling, which holds a statue of Osiris.
Osiris is traditionally depicted as a green-skinned, bearded man whose legs are mummified. He is often seeing wearing a pointed crown with ostrich feathers and holding a crook and flail.
Pharaohs and other rich ancient Egyptians were associated with Osiris in death if they paid for assimilation rituals, which meant they could rise from the dead with Osiris and inherit eternal life.
The statue is surrounded by a corridor to isolate and protect what is thought to be the most important part of the tomb.
On the west side of the corridor, a funerary chamber is decorated with reliefs of demons and deities holding knives, which are thought to be armed guardians standing guard over the tomb’s occupant.
Archaeologists of the Spanish and Italian-led excavation note that the symbolism of Osiris is present throughout the building, including a staircase leading to the underworld, the statue on its ‘island’ and an empty corridor symbolising a river.
A burial chamber lies below the statue, linking the dead with Osiris.
On the west side of the corridor of the Osiris statue, another room contains a shaft 22ft (seven metres) deep, leading to two empty rooms and two more debris-filled rooms that are yet to be explored.
The two chambers may have escaped the attention of archaeologist Philippe Virey who discovered the tomb in the 1880s, the Egyptian Department of Antiquities said.
While he made some attempts to plot it on a map, the significance of the site has been ignored until now.
Deep inside the ancient structure, another staircase in front of the statue of Osiris goes down 29ft (nine metres) leading to a room with another shaft, which is thought to be the deepest part of the funerary complex.
It is not known when excavations will continue. – Source
According to Thoth, it is no coincidence that this “Tomb” is has been revealed now. There are more of them….all energetically connected to THE Vault of Osiris in the lower level of the Temple of the Risen One (beneath the Great Pyramid). While it appears to be a ruin now – so do the pyramids of Giza. All these systems were designed to “take a licking and keep on ticking.” Maybe not to their full capacity, but they are still viable.
All the sub-vaults as well as the Vault are “blackened” as they work through the principle of what Thoth calls “Blacklight.” He told me about Blacklight way back in the 1970’s and I cannot remember much about it, but the “equipment” used to create the Blacklight field needs to be of a very dark or black color. It is interesting that the incarnated Osiris being who is holding the grid for the “Osiris” Vault, had black skin. I can’t really say how that relates, but I am pretty sure it does.
You can see by this diagram that it is a power station….not an actual tomb.
Thoth is indicating to me, that it will soon become activated, and that our OAP group – the Host Skulls – via their Dwellers, will play a role in this.
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