GGJ04-202

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Chapter 202 - The origin of the Jabusimbil Temple, the Sphinx and the Columns of Memnon, depicted by the hieroglyphs of the first two pearls.

202,1. His companions said however: “How can you have arranged anything with the Lord, when you have not exchanged a single word with Him?!”

202,2. The leader said: “Here, in His presence, everything emanates from Him, and we therefore only deal with Him, even if we are negotiating with His disciples!” - They were content with this answer and were then silent.

202,3. A few of them did however say to the angel: “Listen, amazing young man, would it not be possible for you also to bring here the quite unusual treasures owned by the five of us which we too keep hidden in our huts?”

202,4. The angel said: “Just pick them up under the table near your feet and we shall see what they amount to!”

202,5. The five Moors look underneath the table and to their immense surprise they see their very familiar, rather large bundles, and lift them onto the table. Another four heavy lumps of gold appear, together weighing over a hundred pounds, while in the fifth bundle seven fairly large river boulders are revealed, specimens which Marcus who was standing next to the angel, thought were completely worthless.

202,6. The angel said however: “Just wait, soon you will discover that these seven stones are of immense, even incalculable value in worldly terms! Bring me a solid iron hammer, and we will examine them!”

202,7. Marcus, full of curiosity himself, hurries to his workshop and soon re-appears with a solid iron hammer which he hands over. The angel takes up one of the stones in his hand and strikes it carefully several times causing the whitish, silica-like crust to break away revealing a pearl the size of a human head. Everyone present is absolutely astonished.

202,8. On the surface of this amazing pearl, hieroglyphics and other symbols were engraved, including quite a good drawing of the temple Ja bu sim bil during its construction just when the four gigantic figures had been completed after a hundred and seventy years of sweaty toil and many sacrifices. People still were working assiduously on the facades, sculpturing and engraving gigantic inscriptions and symbols into the smooth broad surfaces. At this time they were beginning to create the gate situated between the gigantic figures. Anyone able to decipher these symbols and scriptures, which were clearly visible, had the story of the origin of this temple in his hands and could also see the reason why it was build there by the ancient Egyptians, which was to be near the River Nile.

202,9. This pearl therefore does not only have an incalculable value as a giant specimen, it also has a historic value as it originates from an era many thousands of years before the first human being walked on this earth in the flesh.

202,10. During the time on earth when gigantic crustaceans lived in the water, huge waves from the worlds’ seas were still flooding over the majority of the low-lying countries in Africa. The ancient Egyptians found the mother shell when they dug the foundations of the first pyramids and when they prised it open they found these seven pearls in it, one of which the angel has now freed from its incrustation.

202,11. Naturally, the angel was now inundated with questions and he explained the circumstances briefly.

202,12. When Raphael had finished his naturally very superficial explanation of the first pearl, he said: “All that you need to know for the time being, I have briefly explained to you as clearly as possible. Let us now move on to reveal the second pearl which is somewhat smaller than the first!”

202,13. The angel then took the second pearl and freed it in the same way from its incrustation as the first one. It was also covered with symbols and inscriptions. On one of the most polished surfaces the little temple of Ja bu sim bil was engraved and next to it there was a head similar to that of the great Sphinx. And the angel was again implored to explain all the symbols and inscriptions.

202,14. The angel said: “My friends, unless the spirit within his soul is in a perfect state of awareness not one person currently living will be able to interpret everything that is written or engraved on this pearl!

202,15. Although this pearl is as old as the first larger pearl, it was only engraved and inscribed about a hundred years later. That was just at the time when the smaller rock temple was completed while, on the other hand, the interior of the larger temple was still unfinished. Therefore the representation of the smaller temple shows construction to be complete.

202,16. The head represents the man who was already the seventh shepherd king at the time and who gave himself the name Shivinz (wrongly ‘Sphinx’), ‘the lively one’ ‘the entrepreneur’. He had almost reached the age of three hundred and his colossal head was chiselled from a large granite rock which can even today still be seen in quite a good state of preservation.

202,17. This Shivinz initiated major improvements in the schools as well as in dairy farming and in agriculture. He was also revered by his people almost as a god. The symbols and inscriptions illustrate the many good things and improvements which he introduced to this country with his extremely fertile mind.

202,18. He did not start to hew out the large temple as that work had already been done by two of his ancestors who were very much devoted to the invisible spirit of God. However, out of his great respect for them, he had them sculpted on a colossal scale in a sitting position on a rocky cliff face not far from the great temple on a beautiful plain near the Nile, to serve as an everlasting memorial to them. As the two of them had no names and their modesty forbade them from wishing to carry names, he nevertheless called them ‘The Nameless Ones’ (Me maine oni, = badly translated in later times: ‘Memnon’). Both the sculptured columns or colossi are still quite well preserved and very visible to this day.”

202,19. The leader says: “Yes, yes, we have seen and admired all these things! But how old would all these extraordinary monuments be?”

202,20. The angel says: “Nearly three thousand years have elapsed, and the passage of the next three thousand years will not completely obliterate all traces of them! - Just wait a little and we will now reveal the third pearl. On its surface, next to Schivinz’ two ancestors represented as statues, you will see other important engravings which will give you serious cause to reflect!

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