Amon-Ra: Egyptian God
The following excerpt was
taken from an “I DO” “TRUTH” News Letter.
Question: In view of what
“I DO” Research might have discovered on
incarnations, please tell us what the two feathers used to symbolize the
soul known as
means. Who was He, soul-wise?
Answer: It is hard to ask us to answer an esoteric
question when we know many of our readers won’t understand what you have
asked or what we answer. But here goes:
was an incarnation of the soul known on higher planes as Gabriel, who
many times personified what was known to Ancients as “The Hidden Deity,”
or what Christians might call “The Father.” Jesus called Michael and
Gabriel “The Fathers” and surely understood His relationship as one with
them. Where He said “I and my Father are one,” He was speaking of the
Deity personified as “hidden within.” Gabriel came many times to earth
in a physical form containing “The Hidden One.” John the Baptist served
as the physical counterpart of “The Hidden One” until he left this plane
and “The Hidden One” became one with Jesus. Likewise when Jesus was gone
Virgin Mary embodied “The Hidden One” until she left this plane. Upon
began to serve in that capacity. It is a very long, deeply esoteric
story which would take many books to explain fully. The “two feathers”
served in that capacity. Hermanubis was known to have been the compound
of the God Horus (King of Kings soul) and Anubis (soul of Virgin Mary).
Egyptian Wise Men knew this to be true of King Tut, and those with “eyes
to see” can recognize it in the symbolism shown on the King Tut mummy,
which in several ways proves the “two in one” soul identity.