Sunday, June 14, 2009

The First Family - clones of Eqyptian mummies?

One of the responses to my last post was a link to Freeman's art. Thanks Darren! This is by far the wildest theory I've seen about where the Obama family comes from. Of course, as a non-fiction anticommunitarian researcher I probably shouldn't give it any serious consideration. It's obviously just a very strange coincidence that exists only to deflect us from reality. It's far easier for me to prove EcoTrust and the Copper River Watershed Project renamed my people as the Salmon Nation than it would be for me to prove President Obama is a clone of an Eqyptian Pharaoh. But.... the possibility of him being this particular pharaoh makes the theory all the more interesting. And heh, it could settle the whole certificate of live birth issue once and for all.

Regardless of where the evidence is, the earliest reference I found for communitarianism was called "communitarian-ra" defining the legal code for Jewish captives in Eqypt. Obama's rise to power started on the shoulders of people who endorsed the Communitarian Platform in 1992.

Freeman's Perspective

"President Barack Obama looks amazingly like Akhenaten the father of monotheism. Michelle Obama looks amazingly like Akhenaten's mother, Queen Tiye. Akhenaten had two daughters by Nefertiti They look amazingly like Malia and Sasha. The code names of Renegade, Renaissance, Radiance and Rosebud correlate well with the ancient depiction of the Royal Family."
Who was Akhenaten?
"Akhenaten was an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who reigned about 3,500 years ago. He made some major, but rather short-lived changes to various aspects of ancient Egyptian culture, the most notable one being his religious revolution. Akhenaten also made major changes in the ancient Egyptian art style, and presented himself in a very different manner from any of his predecessors.
Akhenaten ruled in the eighteenth dynasty, which seemed to be an age of revolution in ancient Egypt. Only a few reigns before his had been the reign of Hatshepsut, the most famous (but not the only) female pharaoh.

"Akhenaten's strange appearance and mysterious behavior, as well as his connection with Nefertiti and with the ill-fated "boy king" Tutankhamen, have made him the subject of much passion and controversy in the last century or so. Akhenaten is all things to all people--to some he was a fanatical lunatic, to some he comes across as a strange, eccentric young man whose behavior was strongly influenced by his mother, to others he was a Christ-like visionary and a mentor of Moses, and to still others he was simply someone who happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and who really had nothing to do with the dramatic reformations that went on during his reign."
"Akhenaten is all things to all people" ... including a "Christ-like visionary and a mentor of Moses"? Moses? The Ten Environmental Commandements? The "law?" And if you think it's been hard to confirm exactly where Obama was born, try finding out who's in Tomb 55:

"No mummy has yet been identified as being that of Akhenaten."


Markoff Chaney said...

Old Tex Marrs has got his teeth into this one:

Could Barack Obama, as President of the United States, become the reincarnated Osiris (Satan)? Will he take the reins of a Police State erected by his corrupt predecessors, Bush and Clinton, and make himself like unto a Pharaoh?

the tent lady said...

Thanks Markoff, since I quit following the "news" I hadn't seen the numbers on the crowds Obama's getting globally. There really is no business like show business!

%Curtain up! Light the lights! We've got nothing to hit but the heights! Starting here, starting now, honey everything's coming up roses...%

Someone from Tehran has been studying our manifesto for the past few days... can't imagine an educated Iranian's reaction to the actual and verifiable terms for communitarian global governance or to the factual roots of Obama's "we are change" mantra. I'm guessing it's a lot easier for someone not raised on television and Christian/capitalist propaganda to understand the ultimate communitarian synthesis of all 19th century Fabian ideologies and economic theories with ancient Eqyptian religions.