The Tutankhamun Prophecies: The Sacred Secret of the Maya, Egyptians, and Freemasons

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Reveals the common origins of the ancient Egyptian and Mayan civilizations.

• Shows how these cultures had the ability to gaze into the heavens to predict the future unfolding of humanity and their place within the cosmic order.

• The author's revelations about the Freemasons' connection to this ancient knowledge generated a firestorm of controversy in Europe.

• By the author of the bestseller The Mayan Prophecies.

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Overview

Reveals the common origins of the ancient Egyptian and Mayan civilizations.

• Shows how these cultures had the ability to gaze into the heavens to predict the future unfolding of humanity and their place within the cosmic order.

• The author's revelations about the Freemasons' connection to this ancient knowledge generated a firestorm of controversy in Europe.

• By the author of the bestseller The Mayan Prophecies.

Maurice Cotterell's background as a scientist, mathematician, and engineer helped him to decipher the code of the ancient Maya, revealing the mystery of their science and religion to an extent never before possible. Using the same techniques, the author turns his attention here to deciphering the secrets encoded within the tomb of Tutankhamun. His extensive research revealed that both the ancient Egyptians and the Maya possessed a sophisticated understanding of sun spot activity and other astronomical phenomena—facts recently confirmed by modern science. Knowledge of the connections between solar patterns and human destiny allowed the Egyptians and Maya to harness the energy generated by the sun to achieve spiritual enlightenment and soul growth. 

The link between reincarnation and solar energy encoded in the tombs of Tutankhamun and the Mayan Lord Pacal is a jealously guarded secret held by a select number of occult groups, including the higher orders of Freemasonry. The author unleashed a firestorm of controversy in Europe when he exposed much of the esoteric knowledge of the Freemasons, including one of the society's most carefully concealed secrets: incarnate gods like Lord Pacal and Tutankhamun have come to earth to help humans achieve spiritual enlightenment, soul growth, and individual realization as solar beings. 

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Chris Lorenz
"Some may find the author's metaphysical musings humorous, while others may believe that the secret language of humanity's purpose has finally been deciphered."
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"One of the most amazing books I have ever read."

"Some may find the author's metaphysical musings humorous, while others may believe that the secret language of humanity's purpose has finally been deciphered."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781879181700
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
  • Publication date: 10/28/2001
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 599,619
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Maurice Cotterell, a mathematician and scientist formerly at the Cranfield Institute of Technology, was awarded in 1992 the Voluntariado Cultural medal for his contributions to Mexican culture. He is the author of the international bestsellers The Mayan Prophecies and The Supergods. He lives in England.

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From Chapter 3: Chapter viii, verse 1:
And when he had opened the seventh seal there was silence in heaven about the space of half an hour. (Some time after this the apocalypse of fires and plagues take place).
It seems likely that the book of seven seals in part refers to the decoding (loosening of the seals) of Tutankhamun'stomb. There were many pictures in the tomb showing the young king hunting with his chariots and horses. The colors of the horses correspond to the colors of the four Tezcatlipocas, white (Quetzalcoatl), black (Yaotl), red (Xiuhtechutli) and pale blue (Huitzilopochtli). Tutankhamun was also in possession of two "great swords." The opening of the third seal talks of the wheat and the barley and "see thou hurt not the oil and the wine," and we recall that wheat, barley, oil and wines were found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. Then Revelation talks of the destruction that followed, which seems very much like the accounts of destruction that accompanied the "Egyptian minimum" (figure 55), as given in the Bible (Exodus) and in the Ipuwer Papyrus, destructions in the form of earthquakes, hail, fire and plagues.
     But here the associations lose correspondence. If the seals referred to are those of the tomb of Tutankhamun, then, as far as we know, the first four have not been "loosed" before the writing of this book in 1998. This suggests that the fifth, sixth and seventh seals, which are accompanied by destruction, are yet to be revealed and "loosened." Perhaps the apocalypse has been forestalled, awaiting the choosing of the 144,000. At least this is what the decodings of Lord Pacal seem to suggest, with destruction forecast for AD 2012.
     Finally, Revelation (xii, 1 — may explain more about the mysterious disappearance of Nefertiti: 
And there appeared a great wonder in heaven; a woman clothed with the Sun, and the moon under her feet ....and she brought forth a man child who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron, and her child was caught up unto God, and to his throne. And the woman fled into the wilderness, where she hath a place prepared of God.
Nefertiti was clothed in the Sun, and her left eye, which symbolised the moon, was missing. Was she the mother of the man child sent forth to rule all nations with a rod of iron? Was the "heavy standard cubit measuring rod," missing from the shrine  in the antechamber, the rod of iron? Was Tutankhamun the child caught up unto God, and to his throne? And was it Nefertiti who fled into the wilderness, without trace?
     We don't know. What we do know is that Tutankhamun was a Supergod who had much in common with Krishna, Buddha, Jesus, and Lord Pacal.

The Supergods
- Each was the embodiment of the one living God who created the Universe.
- Each was born through an immaculate conception; Tutankhamun had no "father."
- Each was associated with a star; Tutankhamun became Orion.
- Each was associated with light; Tutankhamun was the Sun.
- Each was associated with a bird or snake; Tutankhamun was the feathered snake.
- Each was associated by name; Tutankhamun'swet nurse and Architect both shared the name Maya.
- Each performed miracles; the treasures in the tomb of Tutankhamun are miracles.
- Each had similar teachings.
- Each encoded their sacred secret knowledge.
- Each prophesied destruction; the number 144,000 (associated in the Bible with the Apocalypse) is encoded into the treasure of Tutankhamun.
- Each believed in reincarnation and everlasting life.
- Each was associated with a tree or cross; Tutankhamun's arms are always crossed with the crook and flail.
- Each believed in the afterlife; Tutankhamun taught that souls either become stars or reincarnate on Earth.
- Each believed in resurrection.

It would be easy to misunderstand the message; Tutankhamun and Lord Pacal were both associated with Godliness and evil in their decoded treasures. It would be difficult to explain Godliness, and with it the story of spiritual salvation, without referring to the corollary of evil, just as it would be difficult to explain the qualities of water without explaining the properties of ice and steam. This is why Revelation and the decoded treasures go to such lengths explaining both.
     There can be no doubt that Tutankhamun and Lord Pacal were monotheistic messiahs. Tutankhamun explained his holy spiritual form, to physical people, during a short period on Earth in a physical body, a beastly body, incarnate on Earth. He did not belong among men; this was explained by the presence of the goose meat among the beef. He was wounded to death, although he may well have foreseen his own demise. Two thousand years later, in the jungles of Mexico, Lord Pacal brought the same message, describing the life and times of his forerunner.
     Tutankhamun, was "the first beast," a physical manifestation of God incarnate on Earth. If we think it through, there could be no other way to convey or explain this knowledge except in physical terms, for how could the "soul" be described in pictures to mere mortals? It could not.
     Our story does not end here; now it begins.

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Table of Contents

Credits

Acknowledgements

Introduction

1. The Lost Supergod?

2.
The Mystery of the Missing Kings

3.
Decoding the Tomb of Tutankhamun

4.
The Sacred Secret

5.
Behind the Wall of Silence

6.
Galaxies of Kings

Appendices

Bibliography

Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 4, 2008

    Prophecies? Yeah, right.

    I was expecting something a little out of the ordinary when I bought the book, but this is complete fiction. And not even good fiction. I looked up certain dates online, like when Ruz found the tomb, and found that the dates Cotterell had were wrong. And I wouldn't mind keeping it if he were joking, or making fun of the subject. But he is completely serious. I can't believe he believes what he's written. And seriously, about 'finding the hidden pictures', you could find just about anything if you colored in different sections and then juxtaposed them against one another. But it was kinda fun to read. After I realized I had to read it thinking the author is 'unique'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2003

    firestorm of controversy

    The Englishman Maurice Cotterell, a scientist, researcher, writer, and mathematician from the Cranfield Institute of Technology, is the author of the international bestsellers The Mayan Prophecies and The Supergods. The Freemasons' connection to this ancient knowledge, revealed by the author, generated a firestorm of controversy in Europe. He has been able to decipher the code of the ancient Maya, revealing the mystery of their science and religion to an extent never before possible. The last books that excited my interest this much were, 'Unconventional Flying Objects' by Paul Hill, 'Alien Rapture' by Brad Steiger, and 'Alien Agenda' by Jim Marrs. I highly recommend all these books.

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