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AVEBURY 7 HYDRA STONE
Hydra - See the figure inside?


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Pharaoh NARMER
and NARAM-SIN
the
Mesopotamian Northerner?

 ...


The images above show a section and zoom
of a famous relief (see figure below)
now at the Louvre Museum in Paris
relating to
Naram-Sin,
the alleged
4th King after
Sargon of Akkad
in Mesopotamia.


The
zoom  of Naram-Sin
shows the
"Horned Helmet"
& Pharaonic-like loincloth
not unlike more northerly cultures known.

The legend relates
that Naram-Sin

conquered the Lullubis
(these are the ancient Libyans in Egypt).


The stars above the megalith
clearly show an eclipse

as the Equinox "leaf"-marker
stretches upward
toward the megalith's apex.

The image below
shows the entire what we call
"Naram-Sin Megalith Eclipse Relief".


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Was Mesopotamian NAR-AM-SIN
the same as NAR-MER, the Pharaoh
divided only by misread ancient sources?

There are four standard-bearers here
on the relief of Naram-Sin
- in our opinion these stand for the four seasons -

just as the standard-bearers in Pharaonic Egypt
on the palette of Nar-Mer

who we think could be identical to Naram-Sin.

There are also 13 figures
in addition to Naram-Sin on the relief.


These are 13 lunar months (one crushed)

being supplanted by 12 solar months.

These in our opinion are calendric monuments
dating to the start

of the modern civil solar calendar
on a date we set by our research at
December 25, 3117 BC.

The picture below
shows the entire
"Narmer Calendric Palette"
and Narmer conquering the Libyans (Lullubis)
in Egypt
also with the horn symbols predominant.

With the advent of 3117 BC
the astronomical "AGE OF TAURUS" began,
as the sign at the Vernal Equinox.

That is why there is a "trumpeter"
on the NARAM-SIN monument,
for in Indo-European e.g. Latvian
the homophonic (like-sounding word) TAURIS
is the "trumpeter".

TAURIS was just another symbol
for TAURUS the heavenly sign
which must have existed long before
the present Zodiac in similar form.

This began hermetic unity
- as in Heaven, so on Earth -
- as above, so below -
and marked the formal begin
of Pharaonic civilization.

A  complete interpretation by us of
the Narmer Palette
is found in this series of links:

15 - The Cult of Horus and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 15

16 - The Cult of Horus  and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 16

17 - The Cult of Horus  and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 17

18 - The Cult of Horus  and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 18

19 - The Cult of Horus  and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 19

20 - The Cult of Horus and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 20

21 - The Cult of Horus and the Origins of Astronomy - Nr. 21

[The Narmer Palette from Hierakonpolis in the image below is today found in the Cairo Museum in Egypt as JE32169]


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