In our previous post, we delved into the origins of the “Sphinx” and uncovered the precise BaNtu name for it, “MuNtu-Ngwe” or “Moto-Ngo,” etc which translates to loosely to human-lion-cat-leo. However, this name is often used today without a true understanding of its historical roots which dates back 10s of thousand years ago. Our exploration was greatly influenced by the work of Dr Gabriel Oyibo, who has developed the concept of “GAGUTICAL” mathematical decoding of history. In this post, we will dive even deeper into MuNtu-Ngwe and its connection to the pyramids. So, let’s continue our journey through the mysteries of ancient history and uncover the secrets that have been hidden for centuries.
MuNtu-Ngwe, a monumental statue in Giza, Egypt, has been a subject of fascination and intrigue for centuries. However, recent revelations about its true identity and the scientific advancements of the Kemites have shed new light on the ancient civilisation.
Unveiling the Secrets MuNtu-Ngwe
Contrary to popular belief, MuNtu-Ngwe is not a man but the face of a black woman. The body MuNtu-Ngwe is that of a lioness, as it was believed to have been born 10,000 years ago, before the pyramids. The pyramids were built to complement MuNtu-Ngwe, which had been there for generations or even millennia. It was constructed during the cusp of the constellations of Leo and Virgo, with Virgo representing the woman’s head and Leo the body of the lioness.
Astronomical Alignment of the Pyramids
The pyramids were astronomically inclined, with one of their functions being to trace the constellations. The three pyramids in Giza are in direct relationship to the three stars in Orion’s belt and perfectly match up. The entrances to the pyramids Khufu, Kafra, and Mankara, were all on the north side, with their aimed directed at the North Star. This alignment allowed the Kemites to track the constellations in the heavens.
Kemites’ Scientific Advancements
The Kemites were renowned for their scientific advancements, and recent studies suggest that they had the ability to create electricity. The ankh, a symbol often seen in the hands of pictographs of the Kemites, was believed to be a lamp. The jet column that the ankh was placed on recharged the light and served as the actual recharger for the ankh itself as light.
Count Volta and the Battery
Count Volta is credited with inventing the battery, but recent evidence suggests that the Kemites had already developed the concept of a battery long before his time, read The Ankh African Origin Of Electromagnetism. The jed column that recharged the ankh served as the prototype for the modern-day battery.
The revelations about MuNtu-Ngwes identity and the scientific advancements of the Kemites/ABaNtu/BaTho shed new light on their civilisation and its contributions to modern society. Their knowledge of astronomy and electricity is a testament to their intelligence and ingenuity. As we continue to study and learn about the Kemites, we can gain a deeper appreciation for their culture and its impact on the world.
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