Ancient Mysteries Unexplained TUTANKHAMUN PROPHECIES


Catalog # SKU0769
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Maurice Cotterell




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 Tutankhamtm. 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 siin 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, induding 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 enlightment, soul growth, and individual realization as solar beings.

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 inter- national bestsellers The Mayan Prophecies and The Supergods. He lives in England.


The divine lotus flower symbolised rebirth and sun-worship. It was reborn every dày, opening its petals to follow the sun only to close them as the sun set.

In the same scene, beneath The lotus and on the face of the man with the helmet, sits a meditating Buddha-type figure, and beneath this the head of a young boy wearing a feathered hat stares enigmatically. A bat-shaped pendant covers the boy's mouth. A computerised close-up of this scene details the pendant carrying a facial portrait of Lord Pacal, with his distinctive high hairstyle, emerging from the boy's mouth. His nose is small and feline in shape, associating the boy with the jaguar, the alter ego of Lord Pacal, revered by the Maya because its prized coat epitomised the golden yellow of the sun covered with brown (sun) spots.

The feathers on the hat associate the boy with Quetzalcoatl. Inscriptions at Palenque suggest that Lord Pacal acceded the throne at the age of nine.

Turning this scene upside-down (rotating through 180 degrees), a large representation of an 'Olmec stone head' stares at another representation of a bearded white~man below (plate 10). The man's face sits on top of a depiction of a baby fruit bat that carries yet another bead in its mouth.

The Olinec were a tribe of central American Indians, precursors of the Maya. They lived arottnd the San Lorenzo and La Venta region of Mexico on the Gulf coast, grouping around 2000 EC and declining around AD 200. Little historically is known of their culture, except that ihey seemed preoccupied with carving enormous basalt heads of a Negro/Oriental figure wearing a helmet (plate lOa).

Archaeologists are at a loss to explain who this character depicts. Hlowéver, one of the decoded stories in the Lid of Palenque (plate 12) shows the birth of the feathered snake Quetzalcoatl. Scene 1, the top of the picture, shows an eagle with open wings flying towards the Viewer.

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Softbound - heavily illustrated including color inserts, 355 pages

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