Of the Benu Bird

06 August 2009 Benu Bird in Phoenix

SS: the comet was discovered in the Phoenix Grus region where it hovers around for several months before starting it's rise .. this is why i named it the benu bird .

Utterance 600

"O Atum-Khoprer, you became high on the height, you rose up as a bnbn-stone in the Mansion of the Benu in On (Heliopolis)."

-- A Prayer for the King and his pyramid : Utterance 600 Pyramid Texts

Benu "the one who came into being by himself"

“to rise brilliantly,” or “to shine.” 


04 January 2011 Mayan Hunab Ku Beehive Region Eclipse

SS: Benu Bird is rising during the Mayan Hunab Ku Beehive region eclipse ..

The Bee image of a flying god has to be related to a stinging element. Ophiuchus has a blocky appearance with a pointed roof. It has two extra areas on each side where the radishes appear to fit. The area on the left stretches out into the Milky Way, just about where there is a break in the star formation. It gives the appearance of bees either coming or going from a hive. This alone is not very convincing. The two places that use a bee-god image most prominently are near the sea coast at Tulum, and in the Mississippi area of the US.

There is still another point which should be considered. It is in the Maya Puuc area, that a bee god becomes very important, more important than God L. In the Mississippi area, also, there are references to a "bee" god, but the Inca have no such designation for this "god." Ophiuchus has a square frame with a pointed roof-like top and two side flanges (where the radish images seem to reside). On the left side, the wider flange (as the North of the Equator view) connects at the top with the Milky Way, where there is a break in the star trail. With this version, or artistic representation, the constellation has the appearance of bees coming into or leaving a hive. In spite of the lack, the Inca version of a god is shown as a serpent holder with a pointed hat which appears to fit into top of the Ophiuchus constellation. Also, the coat of arms of the Inca shows a serpent that is attached to each side of the royal headband (almost as earrings).

SS: Scorpio and Sagittarius are the direction of our galactic core known as hunab ku to the mayans. it is from this direction the interstellar winds flow from the galactic center to our solar system bringing with it interstellar dust.

A scorpion god (note the tail); possibly read as Ah Tzul (dog?). Shown in the Madrid.


30 March 2011 Lunar Venus Benu Bird

 "I go in like the Hawk,
and I come forth... like the Bennu, the Morning Star ( the planet Venus... or Sirius)... of Ra; I am the Bennu... which is in

“I am the Bennu bird, the Heart-Soul of Ra, the Guide of the Gods to the Tuat.”.

Mayan Astronomy
The Maya made daytime observations of Venus. Venus had a psychological effect upon the Maya and other Mesoamerican cultures, it has been shown that the Maya were timing some of their wars based on the stationary points of Venus and Jupiter.

Twelve Alligator now holds the staff of Venus, the Morning Star, the Bringer of Dawn. The possession of such objects confers status, authority, and the right to rule. (Brennan, p. 67)

The tupayauri, defined by Holquin as "the royal sceptre, staff, royal insignia of the Inca," was the symbol of Imperial authority among the historical Incas. Tupa means royal in Quechua, while yauri is the Aymara word for copper. (p.127)


21 June 2011 Lunar Benu Bird

SS: after rising above the ecliptic close encounter with the moon ..


14 August 2011 Benu Bird

SS: passes through the eye hole dipper of delphinus during it's brightest .. it should appear quite a bit brighter than in these star maps .