Horned Helmets of the Vikings, Egyptians & Hittites

The Vikings were known for their notorious horned helmets. Here is an image of the Viking Norse God, Odin with his horned helmet and his upturned toed shoes.

Horned helmet Odin

However, the Vikings were not the only people who were said to have worn or have been depicted in art with these horned helmets or Gods. The first people that I have found with this type of head gear were a people known as the Kheta, or the Hittites who were the sons of Heth (Ham, Amon or Jupiter). Here is an image of a Hittite God that I believe represents Jupiter, and is very similar to that of Odin above with the horned helmet and upturned shoes as well. Notice the Trident in his hands and the horned winged disk above his head.

Winged Sun Hittites 2

Hittite Horned Helmet Carving

The next people who I have seen in my research with these horns and even the upturned shoes are from the Twentieth Dynasty of the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt, that I believe to be Israel. Horns and upturned shoes are worn by Ramesses III.

Ramesses III horns

Ramesses III coatThis tradition was carried on by the Priesthood of Jupiter Amon (Amun). The capital for their religion was located in the City of Light, or what we know of as Luxor. The God they had worshipped was god Amon-Ra (Jupiter-Amon). At the temple at Luxor there are many Ram Sphinxs that symbolize God Amon Ra.

Secrets of the Pyramid Amon Ra Rams

This coin below shows the horns of Jupiter-Amon on Alexander The Great around the period when the ancient city of Damascus was captured in 333 B.C.

Jupiter alexander the great

The image below is of Marc Antony on a Denarius  31 B.C. Cyrene. L. Pinarius Scarpus, moneyer with the horns of Jupiter Amon.

Priest of jupiter amon Marc Antony. Denarius

Here is one of the first images of the bronze “Ingot God” from Enkomi, 12th century BC, Cyprus

Horned helmet Ingot God

Plate C of the Gundestrup cauldron, 2nd–1st century BCE

Horned helmet Gundestrup cauldron

The Waterloo Helmet, ca. 150–50 BC, found in the Thames (British Museum)

Horned helmet Waterloo

 The question that we must ask is, “Who were the original people that had started this tradition?” All the evidence appears to point towards the Ancient Hittites who the later kingdoms of the Egyptians, Greeks and Vikings, who are seen with these very same exact horns, may very well be the descendants of the people known in the bible as the Hittites, the Sons of Heth (Ham) and the Kheta.

Solomon’s Temple Found in Egypt?

In the course of my search for my long-lost ancestors, that also involves science using DNA research, I have come across one Ramesses III paintingof my great ancestors who happens to be the Pharaoh Ramesses III of the Twentieth Dynasty of the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt. Ramesses III, also called the Great (0r Sesostris), was the son of the founder of the dynasty, liberator of Egypt, and a great conqueror.

This article is not about me, but what I have found in my research that I would like to share with you, that show Ramesses III having quite a few similarities to that of King Solomon of the bible.

In my previous articles on Ramesses III, such as The Hittite and Egyptian Brotherhood – Part I, Israel – Hittites Become One Heart and One Soul with Egypt, and What race was Ramesses III?, I had detailed my theory that Ramesses III is the son who is the blood/DNA product of this Brotherhood that is a hybrid blood line that was neither entirely Egyptian, nor Hittite, but a new and improved mixed DNA of both kingdoms in their attempt to unify these super powers into a new Israel.

I had detailed the recent DNA findings of this Pharaoh and the fact that his blood line is of a New Dynasty that was a result of an Egyptian–Hittite peace treaty concluded between Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II and Hittite King Hattusili III. In these articles you can see the connections I make between these two empires, along with the fact that while Ramesses III had ruled as Pharaoh, he did not dress entirely like the previous Egyptian Pharaohs, but had incorporated Hittite attire such as the infamous upturned shoes/sandals- that were ONLY worn by the Hittites at that time. This connection to Solomon and the Israelites through these upturned shoes/ sandals can be verified in- Matt. 7:26, where JEHU and the Israelites having shoes with upturned toes, while the Assyrians to whom they were paying tribute were wearing sandals with heel caps.

The next connection that I would like to make between the Israelites, King Solomon and Ramesses III is the ancient craft of Temple building, since King Solomon would be best known for the construction of Solomon’s Temple. Please let it be known that Ramesses III was also a great builder who had built several temples during his reign, with one of the most famous being the “Temple of Ramesses III,” also known as Medinet Habu. The “Temple of Ramesses III sounds very familiar to the Temple of Solomon, but the similarities between the allegorical character known as Solomon and the real king Pharaoh known as Ramesses III do not stop here.

The Temple of Ramesses III Looks Almost Exactly Like the Temple of Solomon Ramses III made his temple of Medinet Habu at the eastern gateway of Thebes as the administrative head of Amon.  It was the last monumental temple to have been built-in the New Kingdom (20th Dynasty 1 198-1 167 B.C.).

Here is an actual areal photograph of the Temple of Ramesses III, or Medinet Habu.

Secrets of the Pyramid Brain Solomons temple ramesses

Now below is a depiction of Solomon’s Temple. If you compare the image below with the picture above, they look like they are both built very similar to each other. Of course, The Temple of Ramesses III is real, and it may indeed be the Temple of Solomon that was also known as the temple of Amon in the house of Amon “; that of Re’, “the temple of Ramses III. in the house of Re’ “; that of Ptah, “the temple of Ramses III. in the house of Ptah,” and so on.

Secrets of the Pyramid SolomonsTemple image Solomon was renowned for his other building projects, and like Solomon, Ramesses III was also known for the same thing. King Solomon had received wood from King Hiram of Tyre and imposed a compulsory labor service on both the Israelites and the foreign nations that were under his control. Ramesses III received assistance from his blood and royal alliance with the Hittites.

Solomon was the son of King David and Bathsheba. Ramesses III was the said to be son of Setnakhte (or Setnakht) who was the first Pharaoh (1189 BC1186 BC) of the Twentieth Dynasty of the New Kingdom of Ancient Egypt and his mother was Tiy-merenese, Teye-Merenaset,Tiye-Mereniset (Tiy, Beloved of Isis).  The name “Mer en Set” is both an Egyptian Coptic Phrase and Initiatory Title from the Budge version of the Egyptian Book of the Dead – it means Beloved of Set. She may also be named Meryetamun, daughter of Ramses II. Mer sounds very familiar to “Mary or the Virgin Mary.” Ramses III had also undertaken several naval expeditions that appear to harmonise with those of Solomon. Both the Egyptain Empire and the Hittite Empires were forces to be reckoned with at this time. Hittite King Hattusili III’s daughter was a Babylonian Princess named Puduhepa who Ramesses II would then marry, and give her an Egyptian name, Maathorneferure.

It is said that Maathorneferure’s original name is unknown, but her Egyptian name translates as “One who sees Horus, the invisible splendor of Ra.” Just as the Queen of Sheba travelled to Jerusalem in search of King Solomon with a very great retinue, with camels that bore spices, very much gold, and precious stones; we also find that this Hittite princess left Hattusa, the Hittite capital in late 1246 BCE to meet her future husband, Pharaoh Ramesses II. She was accompanied by her mother and a huge contingent laden with gold, silver, bronze, cattle and sheep, and slaves.

Is this all a coincidence, or do all these connections prove that the formation of the Israelites was a result of the legal Peace Treaty of Brotherhood for all time made in Stone between the Egyptians and the Hittites (Kheta)? Does this help prove that there was a real King David in Ramesses II with his real life son known in the bible as King Solomon and in stone as Ramesses III? I will let you be the judge.

Lost Egyptain City Found Underneath the Mediterranean Sea

(Source: Franck Goddio) – Thonis-Heracleion (the Egyptian and Greek names of the city) is a city lost between legend and reality. Before the foundation of Alexandria in 331 BC, the city knew glorious times as the obligatory port of entry to Egypt for all ships coming from the Greek world. It had also a religious importance because of the temple of Amun, which played an important role in rites associated with dynasty continuity. The city was founded probably around the 8th century BC, underwent diverse natural catastrophes, and finally sunk entirely into the depths of the Mediterranean in the 8th century AD.

Prior to its discovery in 2000 by the IEASM, no trace of Thonis-Heracleion had been found. Its name was almost razed from the memory of mankind, only preserved in ancient classic texts and rare Lost City 1inscriptions found on land by archaeologists. The Greek historian Herodotus (5th century BC) tells us of a great temple that was built where the famous hero Herakles first set foot on to Egypt. He also reports of Helen’s visit to Heracleion with her lover Paris before the Trojan War. More than four centuries after Herodotus’ visit to Egypt, the geographer Strabo observed that the city of Heracleion, which possessed the temple of Herakles, is located straight to the east of Canopus at the mouth of the Canopic branch of the River Nile.

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With his unique survey-based approach that utilises the most sophisticated technical equipment, Franck Goddio and his team from the IEASM, in cooperation with the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities, were able to locate, map and excavate parts of the city of Thonis-Heracleion, which lies 6.5 kilometres off today’s coastline. The city is located within an overall research area of 11 by 15 kilometres in the western part of Aboukir Bay. Franck Goddio has found important information on the ancient landmarks of Thonis-Heracleion, such as the grand temple of Amun and his son Khonsou (Herakles for the Greeks), the harbours that once controlled all trade into Egypt, and the daily life of its inhabitants. He has also solved a historic enigma that has puzzled Egyptologists over the years: the archaeological material has revealed that Heracleion and Thonis were in fact one and the same city with two names; Heracleion being the name of the city for the Greeks and Thonis for the Egyptians.


(Source: Huffington Post) – According to the Telegraph, leading research now suggests that Thonis-Heracleion served as a mandatory port of entry for trade between the Mediterranean and the Nile.

So far, 64 ancient shipwrecks and more than 700 anchors have been unearthed from the mud of the bay, the news outlet notes. Other findings include gold coins, weights from Athens (which have never before been found at an Egyptian site) and giant tablets inscribed in ancient Greek and ancient Egyptian. Researchers think that these artifacts point to the city’s prominence as a bustling trade hub.

Researchers have also uncovered a variety of religious artifacts in the sunken city, including 16-foot stone sculptures thought to have adorned the city’s central temple and limestone sarcophagi that are believed to have contained mummified animals.

For more photos, visit Goddio’s Heracleion website.

Experts have marveled at the variety of artifacts found and have been equally impressed by how well preserved they are.

“The archaeological evidence is simply overwhelming,” Professor Sir Barry Cunliffe, a University of Oxford archeologist taking part in the excavation, said in a press release obtained by The Huffington Post. “By lying untouched and protected by sand on the sea floor for centuries they are brilliantly preserved.”

A panel of experts presented their findings at an Oxford University conference on the Thonis-Heracleion excavation earlier this year.


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Read more from Franck Goddio. Frank is a pioneer of modern maritime archaeology. As the grandson of Eric de Bischop (navigator, writer, inventor of the modern catamaran, and specialist of ancient navigational routes in the South Pacific), a passion for the sea and wanderlust runs in Franck Goddio’s veins.


Jordan Maxwell On GW Radio

This is Gnostic Warrior Radio with our regular guest Jordan Maxwell. In this episode Jordan and I talk about the American Atlantis, a sinnersjordan maxwell(1) paradise and secret societies

Jordan is 72 years old right now and he is originally from Pensacola, Florida. Today he currently resides in Los Angeles, California. His research and ideas, spanning over five decades have established Jordan as one of the world’s expert occult researchers and teachers.


Members – Jordan Maxwell On GW Radio

This is Gnostic Warrior Radio with our regular guest Jordan Maxwell. In this episode Jordan and I talk about the American Atlantis, a sinnersjordan maxwell(1) paradise and secret societies

Jordan is 72 years old right now and he is originally from Pensacola, Florida. Today he currently resides in Los Angeles, California. His research and ideas, spanning over five decades have established Jordan as one of the world’s expert occult researchers and teachers.


The Marriage Stela of Ramesses II: King David Marries Queen Sheba?

Maathorneferure and Hattusili III before Ramesses IIThis is the Marriage Stela of Ramesses (Ramses) II. (Some words are missing or undecipherable). In my last article I detailed how this coincides with the real biblical stories of King David, King Solomon and Queen Sheba. King David would be Ramesses II. King Solomon would be the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses III and Queen of Sheba would represent the Hittite/Babylonian Princess named Puduhepa; and just as the Queen Sheba travelled to Jerusalem in search of King Solomon, we also find that this Hittite princess left Hattusa, the Hittite capital in late 1246 BCE to meet her future husband.

Speech of King of Kheta  – Thou didst command the land of Kheta, thou takest captive the people — with all their possessions, the eldest daughter being at their head, to before thy beautiful face. Thou commandest them under thy feet forever and ever, together with the whole land of Kheta. While thou shinest upon the throne of Re, every land is under [thy] feet, forever.

The chief of Kheta sent, asking of me permanent peace. Never did he for them. now [afterward] under the great fame of the Lord of the Two Lands, King Ramses (II).     –     (xxxx) – missing or undecipherable passages

Thou didst command the land of Kheta : The Egyptian pharaohs could never quite accept foreigners as their equals, not even the ruler of a significant empire like Hatti, e.g. as far as is known no Egyptian princess was ever given in marriage to a foreigner. (cf. Marriage as a tool of foreign politics during the New Kingdom)

Then spake the chief of the land of Kheta to his [army] and his nobles, saying: “Now is our land devastated; Sutekh [is] our lord [to protect] us, (but) [he has] not fighting with them. We have been taken captive with all our possessions; my eldest daughter being before them (xxxx)”
Then they [came] with [their] possessions, and [their] splendid [gifts] before them, of silver and gold, marvels many and great, horses to (xxxx) them, (xxxx) living things (xxxx).

(xxxx)to delight the heart of his majesty, saying: “Behold, the great chief of Kheta comes, bringing his eldest daughter, bearing much tribute, being everything (xxxx). The chief of Kheta, together with the chief of [Kode and people] of Kheta, are bringing them. They have traversed many mountains and difficult ways, that they might reach the boundaries of his majesty(xxxx)” His majesty received the [word] (xxxx) [in] the palace, with joy of heart.

When he heard such strange and unexpected matters (xxxx) he commanded the army and the princes to receive in front of them in haste.

Then his majesty took counsel [for] the army with his own heart, saying: “What are these newcomers like! When there goes not a messenger to Zahi in these days of flood on the upper [heights] in winter.” Then he offered an oblation for and for Sutekh. Then he came [pray]ing, saying: “Heaven is (xxxx) and earth is under [thy feet]. That which thou commandest is all that happens. Thou (xxxx)to make the flood and the cold upon the [heights]  which thou hast assigned to me, King Ramses (II).” Then his father, Sutekh, heard every [wor]d    the army : probably the escort Zahi : Djahi, region in Canaan in winter : The Hittites seem to have journeyed overland in winter, when travelling could be very difficult on the unpaved roads softened by rain.

warriors : mercenaries his army came, their limbs being sound, and they were long in stride. The daughter of the great chief of Kheta marched in [front] of the army of his majesty in following her. They were mingled with foot and horse of Kheta; they were warriors as well as regulars; they ate and they drank [not] fighting face to face between them, after the manner of the god himself, King Ramses (II). The great chiefs of every land came; they were bowed down, turning back in fear, when they saw [his majesty; the chief of] Kheta [came] among them, [to seek the favor] of King Ramses (II).

From Ancient Records of Egypt: The 19th Dynasty  edited by James Henry Breasted


Ark of the Covenant (Contract) – Part I

The Ark of the Covenant is one of the most famous and also the most mysterious of all symbols that have been used by the Ark of the covenantBrotherhood over the last 3,500 years. Today I would like to have the temple thrown wide open, so that the ark of the covenant is disclosed and the temple of the tabernacle of the testimony is opened.

The meaning of the word “covenant” (Greek διαθηκη or the Hebrew word ברית)  is a “promise, pledge, obligation, agreement, contract or treaty.” Hence, “The Ark of the Covenant” is really the “Ark of the Contract” and it is in the bible that this ancient and most famous contract of all time was made between God and Israel.

COVENANT is a promise under sea],1 that is to say, a promise, agreement or contract contained in a deed or instrument A covenant, being a contract, is in many respects subject to the same rules as other contracts ; as to these, see Contract ; Condition ; Promise. § 2.

Now we know “the Ark of the Covenant” is the “Ark of the Contract”  between God and Israel, but what is the Ark?

The meaning of the word “ark” is “a vessel or sanctuary that serves as protection against extinction.” The original word ark comes to us from the Hittite (Kheta) or ‘hark’ meaning to have, hold ; later the Greek arkein and Latin arca chest; akin to Latin arcēre to hold off, defend to the more modern Old English arc. This arc holds, protects and defends the contract contained within the ark. (more…)

Black Freemasons

Freemasonry is an international Brotherhood that is amongst the oldest of fraternities still in existence. Masons are a society Prince_hall_freemasonof men that are devoted to several ideals, among which are liberty, peace, and equality. The Masons admit men regardless of race, creed, color, faith or nationality; and the standards of behaviors set forth by the organization hold the members to what can be considered the Golden Rule – treat others as you would want to be treated.

African-American Freemasonry

During the eighteenth century the ideals set forth by the Freemasons were particularly desired by groups of people who had experienced less than equality, peace, and liberty. When it comes to Freemasonry, one such group of individuals were African-Americans. Racial divides were not only commonplace, but they were so significant that slavery and unequal treatment abounded, even in societies where slavery was technically illegal. During the late 1700s an individual emerged on the Freemasonry scene who would change the landscape of the organization, and find a way to use the ideas of the society to further equal rights among the races in America. This man was Prince Hall.

Who Was Prince Hall?

Prince Hall, a literate, free, black man in Massachusetts made many attempts to further the rights for African-Americans, including petitioning for legal rights for freed black slaves from the dangers of slave traders. He worked to abolish slavery and pushed for equal education among the races. In fact, Hall petitioned the Massachusetts Committee of Safety to allow blacks to fight with the colonies, but his petition was declined. England then proclaimed that if blacks fought with the British army that they would have their freedom at the end of the war.

As the Continental army saw this tactic working for the British when blacks begin enlisting with their army, they decided to reverse their earlier decision in which the Continental army removed its block on admission of blacks into the military. After the Revolutionary War, Hall continued his pursuits and proposed several pieces of legislation to better the lives of African-Americans in New England, reminding his white peers that African-Americans fought side by side for the pursuit of freedom from Britain. However, he soon saw that the sacrifices of his fellow black soldiers were not going to be valued as he had hoped. This did not deter him. He continued to be politically and socially active for the equal rights of blacks in the newly formed United States.

How Did Prince Hall Influence the Black Freemasons?

Even before the Revolutionary War, Prince Hall saw the Freemasonry society as a way to help further the rights for blacks in the New England area. He unsuccessfully lobbied for a charter along with fourteen other free black men into the Boston St. John’s Lodge. Some whites were incredulous that blacks would attempt such an application and admittance, so Hall began looking for other opportunities. On March 6, 1775, Hall and fifteen other free black men were accepted as members into Lodge No. 441 of the Grand Lodge of Ireland, which was attached to the British forces who were stationed in Boston at the time.

When the British Army left Boston just a year later, Hall and his fellow black Masons were left with little power in the Freemasonry society. Eventually in 1784, Hall was able to successfully petition to the Mother Grand Lodge of England in which he was granted the recognition of African Lodge No. 1 (later renamed to African Lodge no. 459). Hall was such an influential and positive leader of this group of Masons, that in 1791 he was named as Provincial Grand Master. Hall continued to utilize the principles of Freemasonry to further the pursuits of equality, establishing lodges in Rhode Island and Philadelphia.

The influence of Prince Hall through Freemasonry still lives on today. His original set of guidelines and rules written for his first local lodge were some of the first formal regulations established for blacks that allowed for self-government in the newly formed United States. Hall’s tombstone in Boston reads: Here lies ye body of Prince Hall, first Grand Master of the colored Grand Lodge in Mass. Died Dec.7, 1807

Black Freemasons Throughout History

Prince Hall helped to open the doors to Freemasonry for other African-Americans. Some of those who claimed membership to the organization include:

* Nat King Cole – legendary musician

Nat King Cole

* W.E.B. Du Bois – Educator and Historian


* Reverend Jesse Jackson

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* Thurgood Marshall – first African-American member of the Supreme Court


* Kwesi Mfume – former NAACP President

Kwesi Mfume

* Shaquille O’Neal – basketball player

* Scottie Pippin – basketball player

Scottie Pippen

* Reverend Al Sharpton

Al sharpton

This image below is from Mt. Nebo 67 Prince Hall F&AM

Prince Hall Mt. Nebo 67

From the Grand Lodge of Scotland;

Recent research carried out by the Curator of the Grand Lodge of Scotland Museum and Library, Robert Cooper, has established that the Masons blazed a trail in the field of race relations – a trail they pursue to this day.

Cooper has discovered a remarkable photograph what shows that Freemasons in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, were welcoming black men exactly 100 years ago. The photograph shows 10 black men, all members of the Williams & Walker Co, a touring vaudeville act after having been Initiated into Freemasonry in Lodge Waverley, No.597, on 2nd May 1904. They were subsequently Passed on 16th May and Raised on 1st June of that year. “The principals of Freemasonry”, said Cooper, “dictate that there can be no discrimination on the grounds of race and this is but one example.” The picture, and many others, also showing black Freemasons, are held by the Grand Lodge Museum in the Masons’ George Street headquarters.

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