Jealousy, Vandalism, And Pharaoh’s Helicopter


So, did Egyptian Pharaoh Seti I have a helicopter? What about a submarine? Did he have one of those, too? Did he get them as gifts from visiting extra-terrestrials? Could Seti I have been an extra-terrestrial himself? Was he stranded on Earth, crash landing his spaceship that was crippled but managed to salvage some really cool toys? No. Seti I did not have a helicopter or submarine. What he did have was a jealous son who vandalized his tomb.

Pharaoh’s had big egos. Their monuments alone are a testament to that fact. Often, one pharaoh would be so nasty and jealous that he would attempt to erase the historical footprint left behind of a previous regent, like how Thutmosis III erased Queen Hatsheput from the annals of Egyptian history and destroyed her statues and monuments.

You can see more handiwork of one pharaoh stealing another’s glory in the temple at Karnak.

ramesses I cartouche in karnak temple

So the naughty grandson vandalized the Karnak Temple, altering the carving of the seated man to change the signature from granddad, Ramesses I, to himself, Ramesses II. Thus, #2 “steals” credit from granddad and gets all the glory for the construction of the Karnak Temple. And this wasn’t the only monument Ramesses II stole from granddad. Since the naughty boy’s dad is Seti I, and the cheeky lad was rogue enough to steal glory from granddad, does the gringa believe he will stop there or also try to get credit for what dear ol’ dad did as well? What do you think, dear reader?

And that brings us to the next piece of evidence ufologists and ancient alien theorists use to prove extra-terrestrial contact or hybridization of extra-terrestrials with ancient Egyptians… the Seti I cartouche at the Temple of Seti I at Abydos:

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Yes, there are carved images that distinctly look like a helicopter, submarine and spaceship. What the heck? How in the world did something like THAT get carved in a temple built in 1300BC?!!!  It seems that Ramesses II “photoshopped” ancient Egyptian style.

Well, let’s take a peek at the controversial cartouche of Seti I from the perspective of hieroglypic experts who see through the clever photoshop of Ramesses II and describe it as a Ramesses II cartouche superimposed over a Seti I cartouche:

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Now, the gringa digs into her little bag of tricks, children’s books, to evaluate the hieroglyphics. I’m no expert so a children’s book is good enough for me.  According to my children’s hieroglyphic alphabet and numbers, I can identify some of the symbols:

Examining the underlying Seti I cartouche it’s easy to see the symbol for the number 3 used 3 times, and the symbols for the phonetic sounds “T”, “R”:

hiero number - Copyheiro alpha - Copyheiro alpha - Copy (2)

Examining the overlaying Ramesses II cartouche the symbols can be seen for the phonetic sounds “C” or “X” (depending on perspective), “F” or “V”, and what is either the number 100 or phonetic sounds for “U” or “W”.

heiro alpha - Copy (3)heiro alpha - Copy (4)heiro alpha - Copy (5)heiro alpha - Copy (6)hiero number - Copy (2)heiro alpha - Copy (8)heiro alpha - Copy (7)

Now, the gringa admits that she is no qualified Egyptian heiroglyphics expert. However, I believe that, considering Ramesses II’s reputation as a monument graffiti artist, and the simplistic bit of heiroglyphic study the gringa’s simple mind is capable of, I’m leaning toward a cartouche defacement theory. The gringa thinks that it is more plausible that Ramesses II superimposed his own signature over his father’s so he could claim credit for the construction of the Temple at Abydos than that an ancient Egyptian pharaoh had an enormous limestone garage housing a spaceship and helicopter and also kept a submarine docked in the Nile.

Sources & Image Credit:

http://www.ducksters.com

http://www.raincool.blogspot.com

http://www.hallofthegods.org

http://www.geocities.com

http://www.ufocom.eu

wikipedia.org

 

 

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gringaofthebarrio

A barrio gringa with a dream of cosmic proportions: writing to satiate my insatiable curiosity, worldwide literacy beginning with our youth, and to be the first barrio gringa to explore outer space!

3 thoughts on “Jealousy, Vandalism, And Pharaoh’s Helicopter”

  1. This has been a fascinating series of blogs. Have two friends who believe that aliens visited the Egyptians . . . and the helicopter, submarine and spaceship are part of the “proof.” Now I can at least argue intelligently about this. Thanks!

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