Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Special Series: About Ancient Egyptian Twin Flame Sciences © PART 4

Michael Jackson Dangerous Ancient Egyptian Spiritual Knowledge Twin Flames Soul Powers Sciences Part 4 Susan Elsa Documentary Legacy
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Special Series: About Ancient Egyptian Twin Flame Sciences © PART 4

Dear Readers

Today comes our next, fresh Article for the Special Information Series about the Dangerous Album, by Michael Jackson.

This time, we will remain mostly on the Cover Art Symbolism, provide the background Information on Michael´s private research and why he placed such symbols in his Releases in the first place, and then, we will pick our next Song to be analyzed in depth for a follow up with additional Focus on WILL YOU BE THERE.

Susan Elsa Story Facts: Michael Jackson Protected by Wings of Twin Flames Love Soul ©
Susan Elsa Story Facts: Michael Jackson Protected by Wings of Twin Flames Love Soul ©

This is some serious secret and very ancient knowledge. One that was clearly warned about since ancient depictions, recordings and writings, including temple walls. You can see in Brien Foerster´s Video we will post right now, that there is a Warning on a temple wall where back in ancient Time only initiated high priests and high priestesses could enter and knew about this.

Today, the same rules do not apply anymore, as the Roman Invaders at some point, broke and tore down the ancient Egyptian Civilization, and stole all these writings, all this Information and abused it. Exactly like it was warned about thousands of years ago.

We will start for educational reasons to tune you in to this big topic, with Brien Foersters Videos about ancient Egyptian Electricity theories:

Did Ancient Egypt Really Have Electricity?

Did Electricity Exist In Ancient Egypt? The Evidence…

Ancient Egyptian Secret Temple Walls Depictions with Secret Spiritual and Science Knowledge- Video Brien Foerster Did Electricity exist in ancient Egypt?
Ancient Egyptian Secret Temple Walls Depictions with Secret Spiritual and Science Knowledge- Video Brien Foerster Did Electricity exist in ancient Egypt?

Now, let us take a very good look at Michael Jackson´s Dangerous Album Cover, the Art and Symbolism Depictions on it, and show you detailed zoomed in historic elements as well. Always remember, Michael Jackson made this Album with the main Message and Theme of Black History (Ancient Kemet/Egypt) and World History Developments, with the Core being “Mother Africa”.

We are going to open up now some huge Teachings officially beginning to reveal the real direct Knowledge from ancient Egypt about the famous questions all humanity has about it.

MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS ALBUM EXPLANATIONS IN DEPTH © Insider Information
MICHAEL JACKSON DANGEROUS ALBUM EXPLANATIONS IN DEPTH © Insider Information

This is Michael Jackson´s Dangerous Album Cover. Many people try to figure out what the symbols on it really mean, and what he personally intended to express with this. There is a lot of theories and guessing out there.

KEY SYMBOLISM ON THE DANGEROUS ALBUM COVER ART:

1. The Focus on the Eyes of Michael (like in the Official Teaser by David Lynch)

2. The Middle Gate/Entrance symbolic of his “Open Mouth” (a very important ancient Egyptian detail we will discuss in depth later)

3. The typical MJ styled sculpture hand made of stone, holding up the little African Girl

4. Two Exits/Entrances forming a theme park type ride imagery. One is left, one is right. The exit from our view on the left goes in, and forms the entrance of the ride, and the right one seen from here, is the exit of the ride, where little Michael as a Child is depicted in the ride cars. The ride entrance has the symbol of Death above it, the ride exit an Eye symbol.

5. In the middle of the Mask where Michael´s eyes are, there are lots of animals depicting the Animal kingdom and Nature. In the middle point is a twin-angel symbol with a STAR inside of it.

6. There are Two Big BLUE DOTS/BALLS on each side, above the two Thrones.

7. The Royal Figures depicted on the Thrones are filled with ancient Egyptian Osiris & Isis symbolism.

The whole artistic mask-like depiction on the Dangerous Album cover is inspired by the famous legendary Golden Mask of King Tut Ankh Amen. But of course only the style of colors and idea a bit, finally, Michael´s work is completely his own individual expression. He was a master at playing with symbolism and visuals to expand his lyrical and musical messages. The same counts for his videos; they are little stories, mini Movies, as he would call them.

Michael Jackson King Tut Golden Mask Art Dangerous Album Insider Information
Michael Jackson King Tut Golden Mask Art Dangerous Album Insider Information

Now we are going to take a closer zoomed in look at the different symbols on the Art:

1. The Focus on the Eyes of Michael

Official Teaser by David Lynch

First lets watch again the official Teaser made for Michael Jackson by cult Film Director David Lynch back then. It zooms in to Michael´s eyes, as if recreating a hypnosis technique on screen.

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Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
The Eye of Horus, Osiris, IsIs or Amun Ra: The EYE meant Soul and specific other Spiritual Meanings and is NOT THE SYMBOL OF ONE PERSON only ©

The above image is a widely known one: The All-seeing eye of Horus, Amun Ra, Osiris, Isis and many others. I have not seen anyone in modern time fully understanding it´s meaning, but this is why this educative Series and planned Documentary Film is so important.

Horus was the Son of Osiris and Isis, and one Eye was symbolic of Isis, the other Eye symbolic for Osiris, and Horus was “The One that rules with Two Eyes”- a symbol of the merged, combined Twin Flame Soul as a Unit.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

First the Symbolism takes us to a strange mysterious landscape, and a boat seems to be moving through it. It is all red, and there are molecular biology designs depicting a gene, a chromosome symbolically, of the ancient Egyptian Trinity. It is black, as to depict the Gene of Osiris, the Black King, and his Twin Flame, Isis, and the Son Horus. It also speaks of bloodline, with all the red and molecular symbolism.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

Then you see a Flame, literally, shooting out of this moving boat.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

The Flame releases an Eye. A blue veil is flying in the air on the right side of the screen.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

Here you see the Eye. The Iris of the Eye (notice, Iris? Like Isis)- is round obviously and the Pupil/Lens is Michael inside.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

It zooms in, and the blue veil is now accompanied by effects of blue fire/light around this Pupil as it flies closer to the audience. Michael is also wearing red, a color simply depicting “the bloodline”. The tree.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

Michael is holding up 3 Fingers, covering his mouth (a typical gesture of the secrecy about Isis being pregnant back in ancient Egypt)- and symbolic for the Trinity of Osiris, Isis and Horus. The Focus is on his Eyes, zooming into his Eyes- as if zooming into his Soul.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

A clear effect of telepathy and the third eye; This is exactly how it looks when a telepathic channel opens up between two people focusing into each other´s eyes and the third eye in the middle.

Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa
Michael Jackson Official Dangerous Album Teaser by David Lynch: Osiris Isis Horus Trinity and All Seeing Eye Twin Flame Symbolism © Ultimate Meaning by Susan Elsa

After the telepathic effect as the Camera zooms into Michael´s eyes in a hypnosis type of style, the foggy effects are gone and now his Eyes are clearly visible and very close. As if the audience is looking into his Soul.

The Egyptian hieroglyph for Sirius was the obelisk, dome and five-pointed star
Michael Jackson´s Dangerous Album Cover- Close Up and Focus on Eyes only

Here you see the Star in the Middle, a 5-pointed Star. Now look also at the GOLDEN WHEAT Design in the angel feathers type design around Michael´s eyes, on white background.

Michael Jackson True Twin Flame Soul Teachings © MJ Archangel True Spiritual Identity and Message Teachings
Michael Jackson True Twin Flame Soul Teachings © MJ Archangel True Spiritual Identity and Message Teachings

Here is a backflash to a previous article we have made on this Eye and Star Symbolism:

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https://archangelmichael777.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/michael-jacksons-history-the-eye-flag-the-eye-star/

2. The Middle Gate/Entrance symbolic of his “Open Mouth”

A Planet depicted inside the middle Gate, like in ancient Indian descriptions of Krishna (where his Mother discovered inside his mouth a whole Universe). The rolling type band with space design leading in, is like a tongue, symbolically.

In ancient Egypt there was a ceremony named “Ceremony of Opening the Mouth”.

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Here is some more excellent and precise research by  Marie Parsons for some quick Insight, please click the link below to read her full Article:

“Awake!..May you be alert as a living one, rejuvenated every day, healthy in millions of occasions of god sleep, while the gods protect you, protection being around you every day.”

Once the deceased was rejuvenated back with all his senses, he could also interact and watch over the family members, affecting their lives. Letters have been found attesting to the continued contact, or at least, belief in the continued contact, between deceased and living. Letters such as this one, from the scribe Butehamun to his deceased wife Ikhtay, where he asks her to intercede with the Lords of Eternity on his behalf. “If you can hear me in the place where you are it is you who will speak with a good speech in the necropolis. Indeed I did not commit an abomination against you while you were on earth, and I hold to my behavior.”

The ritual that would re-animate the deceased was called The Opening of the Mouth ceremony. It was an important ritual in both funerary and in temple practice. The Opening of the Mouth originated as a ritual to endow statues with the capacity to support the living ka, and to receive offerings. It was performed on cult statues of gods, kings, and private individuals, as well as on the mummies of both humans and Apis bulls. It was even performed on the individual rooms of temples and on the entire temple structure.

The Opening of the Mouth Ritual

The effect of the ritual was to animate the recipient (or, in the case of a deceased individual, to re-animate it). The ritual allowed the mummy, statue, or temple, to eat, breathe, see, hear and enjoy the offerings and provisions performed by the priests and officiants, thus to sustain the ka. .

The Egyptian terms for the ceremony are wpt-r and wn-r, both translating literally to “opening of the mouth.” The verb wpi denotes an opening that entails splitting, dividing or separating, and is used to describe the separation of two combatants, the dividing of time or even a determination of the truth. The verb wn emphasizes accessibility and exposure, used in contexts such as wn-hr, literally “open the face”, but more correctly meaning “see” or “be seen”.

3. The typical MJ styled sculpture hand made of stone, holding up the little African Girl

Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Special Series: About Ancient Egyptian Twin Flame Sciences © PART 4
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Special Series: About Ancient Egyptian Twin Flame Sciences © PART 4

On the whole front Mask style, is a lot of European Cultural items, and the whole Imagery is expressing finally the “disguised original History” of Africa. The Knowledge taken from there by invaders, then applied and used in plagiarizing ways, trying to exactly abuse this above in Brien Foersters Video Footage seen ancient Technology. Here, Michael´s hand holds up in front of this whole scenery, a little black Girl holding the history symbolically of her home lands. An animal skull, showing the past melancholy feel to the once so beautiful Africa and rich animal Kingdom with healthy lands and natural landscapes.

Here is a great footage of some of Michael´s most wonderful memories, this was like a personal Dream come true for him he had said once:

Michael Jackson crowned King in Africa 1993

4. Two Exits/Entrances forming a theme park type ride imagery. One is left, one is right.

The exit from our view on the left goes in, and forms the entrance of the ride, and the right one seen from here, is the exit of the ride, where little Michael as a Child is depicted in the ride cars. The ride entrance has the symbol of Death above it, the ride exit an Eye symbol.
Michael Jackson´s Original CD Cover for the DANGEROUS Album (1991)

The exit from our view on the left goes in, and forms the entrance of the ride, and the right one seen from here, is the exit of the ride, where little Michael as a Child is depicted in the ride cars. The ride entrance has the symbol of Death above it, the ride exit an Eye symbol.

Here of course, you see once again, the same patterns of symbolism expression and language: The death symbol again hints at the Judge of the Dead, Osiris, and even here clearly, at Death itself. Because on the Throne above sits a “westernized disguised Version” of Anubis, the literal Archangel of Death known to ancient Egyptians.

The Eye is at the exit of the ride, showing the spiritual eye symbolism language of ancient Egypt, after death. The ascended eye sight, the full insight, the full knowledge.

The European disguises on the whole imagery and style pattern, mixed in with the ancient Egyptian and African Symbols, also depicts clearly this ancient secret “Technology”, this Knowledge of the Kundalini Djed and the Resurrection and Power Magic of the core Story between Twin Flames Isis and Osiris. This is not simply about some “electricity”.

This is about SPIRITUAL ENERGY/LIGHT, and how it is produced and controlled in magic purposes, very high and strong magic knowledge of divine spiritual magic, the very core “natural magic” created by God in Twin Souls.

If you think about the whole modern conspiracies and rumors about certain people “selling their souls to the devil” and such things, that is really what it means – letting evil forces abuse your soul´s light.

This is about ENERGY VAMPIRISM.

This is showing in many evidence around us today still, and the abuse of this knowledge can be very “dangerous”. Dangerous for the Mass Consciousness and the whole Planet. That is the point.

5. In the middle of the Mask where Michael´s eyes are, there are lots of animals depicting the Animal kingdom and Nature. In the middle point is a twin-angel symbol with a STAR inside of it.

Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Art Meaning: The Eyes and the Star- Twin Angels © Twin Flames Ancient Egypt Mythology
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Art Meaning: The Eyes and the Star- Twin Angels © Twin Flames Ancient Egypt Mythology

THE SIRIUS MYSTERY (Book from 1970s)

by Robert K. G. Temple
1976

Note: Excerpts from Web Source for Documentation and educational Purpose on the Mystery Schools and the unfolding of these Mysteries now in modern time once again.

ORIGINAL LINK:

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/universo/esp_sirio09.htm

Sirius was the most important star in the sky to the ancient Egyptians. The ancient Egyptian calendar was based on the rising of Sirius. It is established for certain that Sirius was sometimes identified by the ancient Egyptians with their chief goddess Isis.

The companion of Isis was Osiris, the chief Egyptian god. The ‘companion’ of the constellation of the Great Dog (which includes Sirius) was the constellation of Orion. Since Isis is equated with Sirius, the companion of Isis must be equated, equally, with the companion of Sirius. Osiris is thus equated on occasion with the constellation Orion.

We know that the ‘companion of Sirius’ is in reality Sirius B. It is conceivable that Osiris-as-Orion, ‘the companion of Sirius,’ is a stand-in for the invisible true companion Sirius B.

‘The oldest and simplest form of the name’ of Osiris, we are told, is a hieroglyph of a throne and an eye.

The ‘eye’ aspect of Osiris is thus fundamental.

Michael Jackson Symbolism Language Dangerous Album Knowledge Part 4
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Art Meaning: The Eyes and the Star- Twin Angels © Twin Flames Ancient Egypt Mythology

The Bozo tribe of Mali, related to the Dogon, call Sirius B ‘the eye star’. Since Osiris is represented by an eye and is sometimes considered ‘the companion of Sirius’, this is equivalent to saying that Osiris is ‘the eye star’, provided only that one grants the premise that the existence of Sirius B really was known to the ancient Egyptians and that ‘the companion of Sirius’ therefore could ultimately refer to it.

For more please view our previous Article on the Eye and Star Symbols of Osiris and Isis:

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https://archangelmichael777.wordpress.com/2014/10/12/michael-jacksons-history-the-eye-flag-the-eye-star/

6. There are Two Big BLUE DOTS/BALLS on each side, above the two Thrones.

Real Ancient Twin Flame Mysteries Return to Modern Time: The Twin Flame Eye of Osiris and Isis ancient Egypt- Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Blue Dots/Planets Meaning
Real Ancient Twin Flame Mysteries Return to Modern Time: The Twin Flame Eye of Osiris and Isis ancient Egypt- Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Blue Dots/Planets Meaning
Real Ancient Twin Flame Mysteries Return to Modern Time: The Twin Flame Eye of Osiris and Isis ancient Egypt- Michael Jackson Susan Elsa Biology Facts
Real Ancient Twin Flame Mysteries Return to Modern Time: The Twin Flame Eye of Osiris and Isis ancient Egypt- Michael Jackson Susan Elsa Biology Facts

7. The Royal Figures depicted on the Thrones are filled with ancient Egyptian Osiris & Isis symbolism.

Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Art: Ancient Egyptian Clear Symbols and Remember the Time- TWIN FLAME SOUL CORRECT INFORMATION
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Cover Art: Ancient Egyptian Clear Symbols and Remember the Time- TWIN FLAME SOUL CORRECT INFORMATION
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Art Meaning Dog Bird- OSIRIS ISIS ANUBIS © Susan Elsa Twin Flame Soul Truth Rising
Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Art Meaning Dog Bird- OSIRIS ISIS ANUBIS © Susan Elsa Twin Flame Soul Truth Rising

HORUS- SON OF OSIRIS AND ISIS

Michael Jacksons Dangerous Album Cover- Two Birds and the Bird Queen Meaning © Osiris Isis Horus Twin Flame Soul
Michael Jacksons Dangerous Album Cover- Two Birds and the Bird Queen Meaning © Osiris Isis Horus Twin Flame Soul

Original Link for some important general Knowledge for our further diving into the real in depth Teachings in this Dangerous Knowledge Series revealing the Spiritual Side of Michael Jackson within his Works:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Egyptian_concept_of_the_soul

Ancient Egyptian concept of the soul

The ancient Egyptians believed that a human soul was made up of five parts: the Ren, the Ba, the Ka, the Sheut, and the Ib. In addition to these components of the soul there was the human body (called the ha, occasionally a plural haw, meaning approximately sum of bodily parts). The other souls were aakhu, khaibut, and khat.

Ib (heart)

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jb (F34) “heart”
in hieroglyphs

An important part of the Egyptian soul was thought to be the Ib (jb), or heart. The Ib[1] or metaphysical heart was believed to be formed from one drop of blood from the child’s mother’s heart, taken at conception.[2]

To ancient Egyptians, the heart was the seat of emotion, thought, will and intention. This is evidenced by the many expressions in the Egyptian language which incorporate the word ib, Awt-ib: happiness (literally, wideness of heart), Xak-ib: estranged (literally, truncated of heart). This word was transcribed by Wallis Budge as Ab.

In Egyptian religion, the heart was the key to the afterlife. It was conceived as surviving death in the nether world, where it gave evidence for, or against, its possessor. It was thought that the heart was examined by Anubis and the deities during the Weighing of the Heart ceremony. If the heart weighed more than the feather of Maat, it was immediately consumed by the monster Ammit.

Sheut (shadow)

A person’s shadow or silhouette, Sheut (šwt in Egyptian), is always present. Because of this, Egyptians surmised that a shadow contains something of the person it represents. Through this association, statues of people and deities were sometimes referred to as shadows.

The shadow was also representative to Egyptians of a figure of death, or servant of Anubis, and was depicted graphically as a small human figure painted completely black. Sometimes people (usually pharaohs) had a shadow box in which part of their Sheut was stored.

Ren (name)

As a part of the soul, a person’s ren (rn ‘name’) was given to them at birth and the Egyptians believed that it would live for as long as that name was spoken, which explains why efforts were made to protect it and the practice of placing it in numerous writings. For example, part of the Book of Breathings, a derivative of the Book of the Dead, was a means to ensure the survival of the name. A cartouche (magical rope) often was used to surround the name and protect it. Conversely, the names of deceased enemies of the state, such as Akhenaten, were hacked out of monuments in a form of damnatio memoriae. Sometimes, however, they were removed in order to make room for the economical insertion of the name of a successor, without having to build another monument. The greater the number of places a name was used, the greater the possibility it would survive to be read and spoken.

Ba

Ba takes the form of a bird with a human head.

This golden Ba amulet from the Ptolemaic period would have been worn as an apotropaic device. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

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bꜣ (G29)
in hieroglyphs
G53
bꜣ (G53)
in hieroglyphs

The ‘Ba’ (bꜣ) was everything that makes an individual unique, similar to the notion of ‘personality’. (In this sense, inanimate objects could also have a ‘Ba’, a unique character, and indeed Old Kingdom pyramids often were called the ‘Ba’ of their owner). The ‘Ba’ is an aspect of a person that the Egyptians believed would live after the body died, and it is sometimes depicted as a human-headed bird flying out of the tomb to join with the ‘Ka’ in the afterlife.

In the Coffin Texts one form of the Ba that comes into existence after death is corporeal, eating, drinking and copulating. Louis Žabkar argued that the Ba is not part of the person but is the person himself, unlike the soul in Greek, or late Judaic, Christian or Muslim thought. The idea of a purely immaterial existence was so foreign to Egyptian thought that when Christianity spread in Egypt they borrowed the Greek word psyche to describe the concept of soul and not the term Ba. Žabkar concludes that so particular was the concept of Ba to ancient Egyptian thought that it ought not to be translated but instead the concept be footnoted or parenthetically explained as one of the modes of existence for a person.[3]

In another mode of existence the Ba of the deceased is depicted in the Book of Going Forth by Day returning to the mummy and participating in life outside the tomb in non-corporeal form, echoing the solar theology of Re (or Ra) uniting with Osiris each night.[4]

The word ‘bau’ (bꜣw), plural of the word ba, meant something similar to ‘impressiveness’, ‘power’, and ‘reputation’, particularly of a deity. When a deity intervened in human affairs, it was said that the ‘Bau’ of the deity were at work [Borghouts 1982].

Ka

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kꜣ (D28)
in hieroglyphs

The Ka (kꜣ) was the Egyptian concept of vital essence, that which distinguishes the difference between a living and a dead person, with death occurring when the ka left the body. The Egyptians believed that Khnum created the bodies of children on a potter’s wheel and inserted them into their mothers’ bodies. Depending on the region, Egyptians believed that Heket or Meskhenet was the creator of each person’s Ka, breathing it into them at the instant of their birth as the part of their soul that made them be alive. This resembles the concept of spirit in other religions.

The Egyptians also believed that the ka was sustained through food and drink. For this reason food and drink offerings were presented to the dead, although it was the kau (kꜣw) within the offerings that was consumed, not the physical aspect. The ka was often represented in Egyptian iconography as a second image of the king, leading earlier works to attempt to translate ka as double.

Akh

Akh glyph

The Akh (Ꜣḫ meaning ‘(magically) effective one’),[5] was a concept of the dead that varied over the long history of ancient Egyptian belief.

It was associated with thought, but not as an action of the mind; rather, it was intellect as a living entity. The Akh also played a role in the afterlife. Following the death of the Khat (physical body), the Ba and Ka were reunited to reanimate the Akh.[6] The reanimation of the Akh was only possible if the proper funeral rites were executed and followed by constant offerings. The ritual was termed: se-akh ‘to make (a dead person) into an (living) akh.’ In this sense, it even developed into a sort of ghost or roaming ‘dead being’ (when the tomb was not in order any more) during the Ramesside Period. An Akh could do either harm or good to persons still living, depending on the circumstances, causing e.g., nightmares, feelings of guilt, sickness, etc. It could be evoked by prayers or written letters left in the tomb’s offering chapel also in order to help living family members, e.g., by intervening in disputes, by making an appeal to other dead persons or deities with any authority to influence things on earth for the better, but also to inflict punishments.

The separation of Akh and the unification of Ka and Ba were brought about after death by having the proper offerings made and knowing the proper, efficacious spell, but there was an attendant risk of dying again. Egyptian funerary literature (such as the Coffin Texts and the Book of the Dead) were intended to aid the deceased in “not dying a second time” and becoming an akh.

Relationships

Ancient Egyptians believed that death occurs when a person’s ka leaves the body. Ceremonies conducted by priests after death, including the “opening of the mouth (wp r)”, aimed not only to restore a person’s physical abilities in death, but also to release a Ba’s attachment to the body. This allowed the Ba to be united with the Ka in the afterlife, creating an entity known as an “Akh” (ꜣḫ, meaning “effective one”).

Egyptians conceived of an afterlife as quite similar to normal physical existence — but with a difference. The model for this new existence was the journey of the Sun. At night the Sun descended into the Duat (the underworld). Eventually the Sun meets the body of the mummified Osiris. Osiris and the Sun, re-energized by each other, rise to new life for another day. For the deceased, their body and their tomb were their personal Osiris and a personal Duat. For this reason they are often addressed as “Osiris”. For this process to work, some sort of bodily preservation was required, to allow the Ba to return during the night, and to rise to new life in the morning. However, the complete Akhu were also thought to appear as stars.[7] Until the Late Period, non-royal Egyptians did not expect to unite with the Sun deity, it being reserved for the royals.[8]

The Book of the Dead, the collection of spells which aided a person in the afterlife, had the Egyptian name of the Book of going forth by day. They helped people avoid the perils of the afterlife and also aided their existence, containing spells to assure “not dying a second time in the underworld”, and to “grant memory always” to a person. In the Egyptian religion it was possible to die in the afterlife and this death was permanent.

The tomb of Paheri, an Eighteenth dynasty nomarch of Nekhen, has an eloquent description of this existence, and is translated by James P. Allen as:

Your life happening again, without your ba being kept away from your divine corpse, with your ba being together with the akh … You shall emerge each day and return each evening. A lamp will be lit for you in the night until the sunlight shines forth on your breast. You shall be told: “Welcome, welcome, into this your house of the living!”

Unique Divine Information on Michael Jacksons Soul identity as the Archangel and his Past Life as Osiris in ancient Egypt © Twin Flame Soul Teachings and Planet Healing Mission
Unique Divine Information on Michael Jacksons Soul identity as the Archangel and his Past Life as Osiris in ancient Egypt

Now if you still didn´t have enough, check this Video out for more educative Information on this huge Topic:

Note: For some reason the link is somehow acting up exactly on this video, so here is a screen shot for you guys to find it via search on Youtube if the video link above does not work:

THE EGYPTIAN GOD OSIRIS AND HIS KINGDOM- very good Documentary Video on Youtube
THE EGYPTIAN GOD OSIRIS AND HIS KINGDOM- very good Documentary Video on Youtube

5 thoughts on “Michael Jackson Dangerous Album Special Series: About Ancient Egyptian Twin Flame Sciences © PART 4

  1. I have an unusual story to tell u. I can’t find anyone who understands what is happening to me and don’t know who to talk to. Lisa Left Eye lopes made contact with me and it turns out she is my twin flame. Please talk to Michael for me because I feel alone and isolated from the world and sometimes think I’m going nuts. I ask God who am I one day and I walked into a shoe rack with osiris shoes. I ask God if me and lisa are twin flames and I fall asleep then wake up to two women in purple dresses who are twins frozen on my tv. Sometimes when I’m worried I feel fingers running on my head to calm me down. I keep seeing symbols and signs etc and now lisa is having me do a illustrated book of dreams. I would greatly appreciate it if you could write me back. I’m willing to share my documents with my story and art with you if you promise not to tell or show anyone else.

    Your brother from another mother

    1. Dear Nikao
      I just saw your initial two sentences first, and immediately saw and felt something. But lets talk in private. I am happy you found this Blog Manny! And of course I would love to see your Book of Dreams and certainly won´t share with anyone ❤

      Please email me your email to the general Label Email and I will reply from my personal Email. We can talk there in private, as I want to tell you a few things:

      info@mystery-garden.com

      Your sister from another Mother 🙂
      Susan

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