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Spell-covered 4,000 year oldburial chamber found in Egypt's Saqqara


Sarcophagus of ancient Egyptian Queen Behenu  
Reuters - March 3, 2010 (See article below)


The Pyramid Texts



Queen Behenu

Benu or Phoenix Rises From the Ashes




Colossal 3,000-year-old red granite head of Amenhotep III has been discovered in Luxor, Egypt
 
BBC - February 28, 2010



Amenhotep III


His son was

Pharaoh Akhenaten
Monotheism - One god of light and consciousness


His son was

Tutankhamun




This head always speaks to me of ancient mystery school teachings.

Hushed secrets and tribal music in a setting somewhere along the Nile





Egyptian Initiation 1
(Music)





Egyptian Initiation 2
(Music)





Uraeus




Reuters - March 3, 2010

Archaeologists have unearthed the intact sarcophagus of Egypt's Queen Behenu inside her 4,000-year-old burial chamber near her pyramid in Saqqara, chief archaeologist Zahi Hawass announced Wednesday.

The Old Kingdom queen's chamber was badly damaged except for two inner walls covered with spells meant to help her travel to the afterlife, he said in a statement. Ancient Egyptians believed that the souls of royalty could fly to heaven, or alternatively use stairs, ramps and ladders with the help of religious spells.

Such engraved spells, known as Pyramid Texts, were common in royal tombs during the 5th and 6th Dynasties. Pyramid Texts were first discovered inside the burial chamber of King Unas's pyramid at Saqqara, the last king of the 5th Dynasty.

The well-known necropolis of Saqqara, 30 km (20 miles) south of Cairo, served the nearby city of Memphis and was scoured in ancient times by thieves. The 5th Dynasty is generally understood to have lasted from 2465 to 2323 BC, while the 6th Dynasty ran from 2323 to 2150 BC. The Old Kingdom collapsed soon after, amid famine and social upheaval and a breakdown in centralized power.

Philippe Collombert, who headed the French mission that excavated Behenu's remains, said the team found her sarcophagus within the sprawling necropolis of Pepi I at Saqqara. It is a well-preserved granite sarcophagus engraved with the queen's different titles, but says nothing about the identity of her husband. Archaeologists are unsure whether Behenu was the wife of Pepi I or Pepi II, both 6th Dynasty rulers. Behenu's 25-meter-long pyramid was discovered in 2007 along with seven queen pyramids belonging to Inenek, Nubunet, Meretites II, Ankhespepy III, Miha, and an unidentified queen.







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