The cock (rooster / Gallus) is a very important symbol for the Ancient Brotherhood.

In researching the origins of this symbol, I have found one of the earliest depictions of a cock that we have discovered ironically is at Thebes in the Valley of the Kings at the tomb of who I call – Grand Master Rekhmire. 

Rekhmire was one of the most powerful people in all of Egypt as the Vizier for Pharaoh’s Thutmose III (1458-1425 BCE) and his son Amenhotep II (1425-1400 BCE).

The head of a cock can be easily seen in a Tribute to the Keiftu who we know today are the Cretans.

Modern archeologists claim that the Cock was unknown to the ancient Egyptians until their Brethren, the Keiftu AKA the Cretans had introduced into North African lands.

As I have mentioned before, the ancient Egyptians had called the Holy Island of Crete by the name Keiftu and this is where we find The Galileans from the River Galilee with The Supernatural Holy Cock With His Little Peters of Galilee and their House of Judgment.

Let me also remind some of you that Crete is considered by modern scientists to be the birthplace of Western Civilization which is also home to the Law Givers (ie: Minoans AKA Gnostics) of the world from the ancient City of Gnosis – Knossos. Gnostics like the 7th Century B.C. Savior of Athens, the tattooed Epimenides Gnosis and the mythical Archons such as Solon and Minos.

Like these Cretan lawgivers, Rekhmire was also known as a lawgiver who held the royal title of Vizier which is the highest-ranking government official with absolute power of attorney and dismissible only by the Pharaoh himself. In my opinion, the Cretans who we know are Phoenicians held their power at both Crete at Knossos and in North Africa at the City of the Ark, Thebes

A more well-known depiction of the cock has been found on a metal vase in between two tombs in the Valley of the Kings at the tomb of Rekhmire.