Throughout this study we have discovered similarities and compatibility between the ancient Egyptian religion and e.g. the Hebrew and Christian traditions. In ancient Egypt, the Knowledge was only given to the royal families. It also spread among priests and soon made their caste as important as that of the rulers. Moses was the Law-giver, who spread this hidden knowledge to a whole nation and out of Egypt. After him, there was Jesus who gave the knowledge of Father to everyone – to every nation. After him, there was no longer a caste of priests with their forbidden temples, no particular nation or person exclusively entitled to the knowledge. Everyone was equal in front of the eyes of God, and finally everyone had an access to Knowledge.


Now, two thousand years later, no-one seems to know this knowledge anymore. The eternal knowledge essentially describes the mental development process, where the milestones are marked by different names a person receives during this journey. The modern-day Egyptologists teach us that there were five kinds of names in ancient Egypt, but they have yet to understand the deepest meaning of these names, nor have the names been linked to the religious tradition and scripture of other cultures. Table 7 presents the names in the correct order in hieroglyphs (see e.g. Adkins & Adkins 2003; Pinch 2002; Allen 2014), their connection with the Royal Crowns, their biblical counterparts, and finally their meaning with respect to the Way of Truth which has been taught throughout this study.


During the mental transformation process, the same person receives all of these five (I-V) names. This means that the names presented in Table 7 are the names of one person. Therefore, this person first changes from Simon to Peter, then from Jacob to Israel, then from John to “no name at all” 82, and finally, all of these names unite in transfiguration and thus Jesus [jæʃu:ɑ:ɪn] is born. All of these names were first given to one person and they described, one by one, the mental reality and phase which the person was travelling through. Then, this same person passed on these names by giving them to other people – his disciples and followers.


82 No name at all is the symbol of denying oneself.



In Egypt


Egyptian crown

Symbols in the Bible

Way of Truth


Lesser Sa-Ra

Child (son) of God (Ra/Re)


Expelling from the paradise

Birth name - Seeking the truth



Horus, hawk, way

Hedjet, the White Crown of Upper Egypt

Peter: new name, a rock, foundation, Truth

The Baptism of Water



Two Queens

Deshret, the Red Crown of Lower Egypt

Jacob: ladder to Heaven, wrestling with angel

The Baptism of Fire



King of North and South

Pschent, the double crown of Egypt and King of Kings

John: 1) the most beloved disciple 2) the voice of one calling in the wilderness (John the Baptist)

The Baptism of the Holy Spirit



Golden Horus

White Crown with Plumes, Atef Crown

Together Peter, Jacob and John form Jesus [jæʃu:ɑ:ɪn]



Greater Sa-Ra

Son of God (Ra/Re)

All the crowns


Son of God, Son of Man

Table 7. The Egyptian name-giving-tradition interpreted (Please notice that the actual hieroglyphs of these names are in e-book and printed book)


Lesser Sa-Ra

The first name a person is given is called a personal name (nomen). This Lesser Sara 83, a person’s birth name given to him/her by their parents, is referred to in the ancient texts with the hieroglyphs (Sa-Ra). Sa-Ra literally means the Son of Ra (the Son of the Sun god called Ra). Ra is also the first god and described as day one in the royal measuring rod of 28 days. He is all the gods together as perfect Oneness – the Holy Spirit.


83 The term lesser is here used to highlight the difference between I name and VI name. If these names would form a circle, these names would be the same spot – the beginning and the end.


This is why Jesus taught that we all are Children of God. He referred to the fact that every person is born as a result of conscious creating – this is the creator aspect (Ra) of the Holy Spirit. It does not matter what names we give this divinity, the most important thing is to understand that we are all born as equals and as children of God. As explained, this union between a person and God is valid until the age of √153 (≈ 12.369) years. After this, the mental paradise of childhood is lost and thus we are expelled (from paradise) into reality. The deadly sins, such as lust and greed, begin to occupy a youngster’s mind and soon they appear on the level of everyday behavior. This event ends the valid union between God and a man. From now on, a person has only one true mission in life – to find a way back home. This way is called here the Way of Truth.


Horus name

The second name is called the Horus name, which is written inside a serekh. In Egyptian hieroglyphs, a serekh is a rectangular enclosure representing the niched or gated façade of a palace surmounted by the Horus falcon. The serekh is a hieroglyph of Horus, the Son of God.


Vignette of Osiris with rock foundation highlighted.

Image 69. Vignette of Osiris – the Father God, the rock base is highlighted


This mental phase is called the Baptism of water, and it means that after the lost paradise of the childhood a person is able to find the eternal Father once more. This means that a person is still not yet home, but he/she actually now knows of the home. The Horus name is symbolically the same as the Christ-name (papal name) chosen by popes. The Baptism of Water takes place in the Hall of Ma’at (or Shu, also Hall of Mehet Weret trans. the Great Flood) after 5th hour of the 12 hours of Du’at. This is the process, where one’s heart is measured against the Feather of justice and divine order. The feather is the Father, whose symbol is Water.84


84 See also Appendix 4. The art of rhetoric.


Through Mercy, a person’s sins and his original sin is once more forgiven. A person then achieves the mental Hedjet, the White Crown of Upper Egypt. This is also the point where understanding and knowledge become larger than one’s personality. As a symbol of this, Jesus named Saul Peter (Keefas, a Rock). As visualized in Image 69, the Rock base represents the Knowledge of the divine order and of the spiritual structure of a person, humanity and Cosmos. This is the only worthy and permanent foundation in life. This is the foundation on which Christ built the Christian church.85


85 We should also remember Jesus’ parable about building one’s house on the rock. Establishing one’s life on Knowledge means that this life will not disappear and dismantle but lasts for eternity: “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock. And everyone who hears these words of mine and does not do them will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. 27 And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat against that house, and it fell, and great was the fall of it.” (Mat 7:24-27)


Nebty name, two ladies

The third name is the nebty name. Nebty literally means “two ladies” (also ‘two Alls’). The ‘Two ladies’ symbolise two aspects in humans, which originate in the subconscious mind. These aspects are Emotion and Reason, which are also called Id and Superego (Freud, 1964) and in the Book of Revelations, John calls them the Beast and the False Prophet. The same context appears in the well-known story of the Old Testament of Jacob and the ladder to Heaven 86 (which is symbolic of the three Baptisms and the Way of Truth) in which Jacob later wrestles with the angel 87. This is a symbol of Baptism of Fire, where all bad thoughts (of the False Prophet) are burned away.


86 Also freemasons use symbolic ladders to heaven with three spokes which are called Faith, Hope and Love. Faith, hope and love are the main resources a person has in each phase of the Way of Truth.

87 In the story of Jacob, after wrestling with the angel, Jacob is given the name Israel, which is his nebty name.


As said, ‘Two ladies’ is a phase of a spiritual/mental journey called the Baptism of Fire. When a person is reconnected with Father, he receives the Baptism of Water – and the knowledge of Father flows into his mind like a river without an end. Now, for the first time, he actually knows about right and wrong and good and evil. The next phase on this journey is represented by Fire, the phase where this newborn prophet must return to live among other people. After all, it is harder to live a virtuous and decent life with other people than living it alone. Fire burns every single evil thought of the mind until only truth alone is left. The Baptism of Fire is described in the Bible (e.g. Matthew 3:11, Mark 1:8, Luke 3:16, and John 1:33) and in the Book of the Dead (Faulkner, 2011. Spell 126: the image of the bark of Re around a Lake of Fire, Spell 144: narrow gates and the gate keepers).88


88 Also Prophet Muhammad was familiar with this mental battle and thus called it the Greater Jihad (Baptism of Fire), as opposite to the first phase, which he called the Lesser Jihad (Baptism of Water). The words Lesser and Greater originate, in fact, in the language of symbolism, where they are the same as the Moon and the Sun, and thus Water and Fire (Table 5).


’Two Queens’ is a feminine symbol and it is connected to the Queen of Heaven, called Nut. Heaven is the consciousness of a person, which straggles with the Earthly subconscious. The hands of consciousness are memory and creativity, which help a person to tame his subconscious levels. Here two mental marriages takes place: 1) when memory unites with emotion, the emotional memory is the foundation of the mnemonics and ability to remember one’s personal past, and 2) when creativity unites with reason, the reasonable creation assist person’s mind to create and think in harmony with the absolute truth. With these two mental marriages, it is possible for a person to become fully aware of the creation work of God and therefore also the common root between Humanity and oneself.


At the end of Baptism of Fire, a person is crowned with the mental Deshret, the Red Crown of Lower Egypt. Now, the conscious mind has taken charge over the subconscious. All seven parts of the human soul are now full of light and thus the Lamp of Dharma is lit (Appendix 5). Even Jesus said about John the Baptist: “He was a burning and shining lamp, and you were willing to rejoice for a while in his light.


Throne name, prenomen

The fourth name is called the Throne name. It is also called prenomen, which means in Latin the first name. This name is related to the title nesu-bity (or nesut-bity), which is often translated as King of Upper and Lower Egypt and also literally the King and the Queen (cf. Father-Mother).


After fiery lakes and knowing and denying oneself,89 a person enters the third Baptism – the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Receiving the Baptism of the Holy Spirit would make a person (in the ancient Egyptian tradition) The King of North and South, and thus a person now rules over his/her own consciousness and subconscious. He/she has already been baptized twice before – first in North with mercy, then in South with severity – and now he/she is able to see the great Power of Love. Love is, after all, mercy (of water) and severity (of fire) together. The symbol of the third baptism is, for instance, the reed and the bee,90 and John the Baptist is depicted with these symbols (see e.g. Matthew 3:4 and 11:7). This means that John the Baptist is, indeed, someone’s throne name.


89 See e.g. The Book of the Dead; The Gospel of Thomas 3 from Nag Hammadi Library; Matthew 16:24.

90 These are also the exact hieroglyphs of the throne name.


We also know another famous John from the Bible: John is the name of the most beloved disciple of Jesus. He is mentioned e.g. in the story about the Last Supper and in the end of the Gospel of John (John 21:20). The most beloved disciple follows the Way according to Jesus’ example. That is why he denies himself (his ego) more than any other disciple. Thus, when people keep asking John the Baptist who he actually is, he answers that he is no-one.91 92 What this means is that “John” is not a person, but a concept: John the Baptist and ‘John, the most beloved disciple’, represent the same phase on the mental journey.


91 Remember the name of Mona Lisa – no name at all. Remember also the inside of Great Pyramid – no hieroglyphs at all.

92 See also the tale of Gilgames, whose name is translated the Son of No-one.


In terms of psychology, a person who wears Pschent, the double crown of Egypt and is therefore the King of North and South, is also the master of his subconscious and conscious minds. He is the master of the 9 elements of himself. The seven parts (soul) are 1) consciousness (i.e. the brain), 2) memory, 3) creativity, 4) reason, 5) emotion, 6) subconscious (i.e. the gut 93) and 7) all of these six parts together as one 94, which can be thought as one’s Will/Self. The double crown of Egypt means that these seven parts are united with the eternal parts of the Holy Spirit – Knowledge and Life (which altogether are 9 parts). This mental marriage is called the new union between a person and God. It is also the most essential message of the numbers 7 and 2 in Mona Lisa. As soon as a person wears a twin-crown, all 9 parts of him are no longer subconscious, but conscious.95


93 See e.g. Denjean, 2013.

94 The same symbolism is present with the Eye of Horus, because also the Eye is formed of the six parts and the eye as a whole is the seventh one (see Image 70).

95 Also Jewish Menorahs with seven (and nine for Hanukkah) candle holders stand for the seven parts of the human heart and for the mental marriage. When Jesus says that John the Baptist is the lamp, he refers to the Menorah. In hieroglyphs Menorah can be read as aMeN ORah, ‘the hidden light’ (in man). The seven parts of the human heart are equal to the seven chakras.


Hieroglyph of udjat-eye, gold and eye of Horus.

Image 70. The udjat-eye stands on an elaborate collar which is the hieroglyphic sign for ‘gold’


The Udjat-eye of Image 70 is the key to understanding the ratio 7:9 in the in the measurements of St. John the Baptist (Image 67). Leonardo refers to the Eye of Horus, and its Golden placement, such as in Image 70. In Image 70, the eye of Horus consists of seven parts or shapes (from the eyebrow to the small pupil in the middle of the eye, and the eye as a whole is the seventh part) and the eye stands on nine parts of golden light, which symbolise the heart of a man united with the Holy Spirit (7 + 2 = 9).


If the reader has enough understanding, Image 70 holds inside itself the whole ennead, Ra the Sun and even the Crowns of the North and the South. The hieroglyph of gold, indeed, means the end of the Baptism of Fire, where a person’s soul purifies into pure gold. This is also the exact point 96 in the Way of Truth, where the all-seeing eye (the Eye of Horus, the Right Eye of Horus the Elder) is given to a person.97


96 See e.g. Book of Gates: the tenth hour, the gate of Sethu.

97 To have the all-seeing eye, the 7 arts and sciences - arithmetic, grammar, rhetoric, logic, geometry, music and astronomy – are tamed to be one’s tool rather than one’s opponent. (See Appendix 4)


Golden Horus name and Greater Sa-Ra

The fifth name is called the Golden Horus name. This name is highly debated among students of Egypt, but the truth behind the name is the Truth itself. The Golden Horus name implies that its owner endured until the end and therefore received all three Baptisms. In other words, the Golden Horus name is the name of an enlightened person. We know these names even today – names like Horus himself, Christ and Buddha. They have reached the final phase of the journey and therefore also their names live forever.


In the Bible Jesus experiences transfiguration in the company of Peter, Jacob and John (see e.g. Matthew 17) – the three of whom symbolize the three baptisms. If we interpret this situation in Egyptian hieroglyphs, we observe that the Egyptian names are now united: the two half-circles under the vulture and the snake of the nebty name meet the two half-circles under the reed and bee of the nesu-bity name, and together they form two perfect circles (Image 71).98


98 These circles, taken back to the context of the Bible, symbolise John the Baptist and Mary Magdalena. Mary Magdalena represents the best of the upper part of the human heart (Heaven) and John the Baptist is the best of lower part of the human heart (Earth). Together they perform the first mental marriage of Heaven and Earth. This topic is discussed further in Image 72. As hieroglyphs, these circles represent bread. A bread is a hieroglyph ‘father’ and thus it can be said that eating bread is the same thing as eating the parts of Father, the parts of Knowledge.

Nebty name and throne name unite and forms two circles.

Image 71. Two names of the Baptism of Fire form the two perfect geometric shapes – circles


Together, the two circles form the NuB HR name – the Golden Horus. However, this time the NuB HR name should be read backwards, making it “HR BeNNu”, i.e. ‘Horus the Son of Nu’ 99. This means that the Golden Horus is born of the primeval water Nu. This is a huge link between Horus and Jesus, because it is taught in the Bible that: “Jesus answered, "Very truly I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless they are born of water and the Spirit.” (John 3:5) 100


99 Also Joshua the Son of Nu, see e.g. Numbers 27:18 in Bible.

100 The word ‘truly’ is actually Hebrew word ‘amen’, which is translated ‘hidden’ and thus it implies that there is hidden knowledge at that particular point in Scripture. This is also the name of one of the four gods of the night bark, carrying four men and their wives with no names. Thus ‘amen’ can be understood also as the same as “Japheth” in the Old Testament. They are all the symbols of the third baptism. (See also Appendix 2)


Horus and Jesus both represent the day bark 101 of God (the all-seeing eye) here on Earth. They are sons of their mutual Father, who is the knowledge and the truth itself (Wilson, 1877; John 7:28). Another unifying factor between Horus and Jesus is that Horus is the Eye of his Father Shu here on Earth. This is similar to what is said of Jesus, who also is the Eye of his Father Shu. The name Jesus in original Hebrew letters is (ישע) [jæʃu:ɑ:ɪn], which means


[jæ] = calling prefix as ‘listen’, or ‘hey’,

[ʃu:] = ‘Father God Shu’ 102, and

[ɑ:ɪn] 103 = Hebrew letter for ‘Eye’.


Therefore the name Jesus can be translated e.g. ‘Hey, eye of Father’ or ‘Listen to me, eye, who is our Father’ 104. The name Jesus does seem to be the Golden Horus name of John the Baptist.105 Therefore, also proof number 2 supports the conjecture that John the Baptist and Jesus were the same person. The names John the Baptist and Jesus merely mark the different phases on Way of Truth. The Bible is full of references to ancient Egypt and therefore it is reasonable to claim that these names followed the Egyptian tradition of religion and name-giving. 106 107


101 The Day Bark is boarded by five gods, who can be called five loaves of bread – five parts of knowledge. There are also two navigating fishes - abtu and ant - on both sides of the bark. Together these ‘five loaves of bread and two fish’ are the divine food for the follower of the Way of Truth.

102 The hieroglyph for Shu is the same ostrich feather against which the human heart is weighed at the Hall of Maat. This feather seems to be the forefather of the Latin letter B and therefore one could pronounce the feather as [b]. Of course, consonants cannot be pronounced alone and thus a vocal needs to be added in front of it. Let it be a, then B is [ɑ:b]. Furthermore, the Hebrew letter for B is bet, which can be pronounced as both [b] or [v]. Now we can try to pronounce the hieroglyph of Shu [ɑ:v]. In Hebrew, this is ‘father’. This is also an explanation why Jesus called our God simply ‘Father’.

103 There is no letter ayn in English and thus its phonetics is almost impossible to write. It is best to learn the letter ayn in Hebrew or Arabic.

104 Notice also that the hieroglyph of Father-God-Osiris is ‘eye’ and ‘throne’. Thus Osiris is the Father, the eye.

105 If a person returns home via the Way of Truth, his/her Sa-Ra is given back to him/her. This we call the Greater Sa-ra. Now, the Sa-ra name represents all five names of Table 7. There are no known cases where the lesser Sa-Ra and the greater Sa-Ra would have been the same name: Buddha’s actual first name given to him by his parents was indeed not Buddha. We still know a few Greater Sa-Ra names from the past – Horus, Christ, Buddha, Krishna, Laozi etc. In this context, the Greater Sa-Ra is equal to the Golden Horus name. It is the final name that is eternal. Notice also that the Greater Sa-Ra is used only side by side with the throne name. In this case, the throne name symbolically prepares the Way for the Greater Sa-Ra name. This theme is also familiar from the Bible, where John the Baptist prepares the Way for Jesus. ‘Preparing the Way’ actually means denying oneself and thus creating a virgin foundation of thoughts for the Son of God.

106 The story of The Sermon on the Mount where Jesus teaches about the Wise and Foolish Builders (Matthew 7:24-27), actually took place in ancient Egypt, where the first pyramid was built on rock. It stands even today and it is called the Red Pyramid. The base width of the Red Pyramid is, as we would already expect, 722 ft. The earlier pyramid by the same builder collapsed when the construction work was still running. This collapsed pyramid is also known even today.

107 See also the story about the miraculous catch of 153 fish in the Bible. To understand the symbolic message about the catching people’s souls with a net (by Goddess Net, whose hieroglyph is the same phallus which is painted by Leonardo in Image 68 Right), it is highly recommendable to read the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Spell 153 (Faulkner, 2011), where we are taught more about the fishers of men and their empty nets.


Proof number two, the Ancient Egyptian name-giving tradition, supports our conjecture.


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