> It is a story written also in hieroglyphs, Daniel, which very
> clearly recount the Heliopolitan creation myth of the birth of
> No mention in the glyphs of anything else, including plasma
> John Anthony West, in his book entitled: "The Traveller's Key
> to Egypt" agrees and writes:
> "The splendid but enigmatic reliefs of the crypt are
> cosmogonical and depict the serpent (dualizing principle
> underlying all creation: In Genesis the separation of heaven
> and earth) borne aloft by the lotus, the symbol of creation as
> a manifestation of consciousness." [p. 402]
> Post Edited (06-Jun-14 17:39)
The West bit is just one perception on the story from the panel, any science has to start from a good story as well. The limit is only our perception, or better; we are letting ourselves be limited by our perceptions.
The question is: "Can this creation myth tell us more about the physics of the universe?" The answer can be found in the capability of our perceptive minds to create something more... Master Armand demonstrates a yes, would this mean that the Egyptians had the same perception? At the time they constructed Dendera? Or a time before? How did the stories of this creation myth reach the Egyptians, where did they come from?