Monday, 2 May 2011


As we move towards the next Luxor gateway opening on the 7th of May mentioned on our other blog. This gateway will impact on Southern Egypt, the Sinai and Red Sea. Today, I have been shown Serabit and the Hathor temple that they found there.

In antiquity turquoise was mined extensively in this area of the Sinai Peninsula and the colour turquoise was mention in the post about the column of smoke that I saw in April in the kitchen.

It is written that the mines were worked by prisoners of war. The researchers have also found hieroglyphs mention the 'LADY'. There are also stone baboons, so it is clear that just like India and Indonesia the ancient Egyptians honored the monkeys that once lived there. In Hindusim, the monkey also relates to Hanuman and we made a post on him recently on our other blog.

Sera is also pronounced SARA in Arabic and this also links into India. Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of the ARTS, creativity, music, healing and the written word. It is written that she was the wife of Brahma.

In my view the name Serabit means 'Lady Sara'. As we know it is written that the wife of Abraham was also Sarah. Gene Matlock wrote an excellent paper on 'Who was Abraham?' Linking the names of Abraham and Sarah to their Indian origins.

In this link you will see more pictures, including the temple and mention of old Hebrew. [3] Apparently it was built in the era of Rameses II, and many people are supporting the hypothesis that Rameses II was King Solomon. [4]

In the second video you will also see a portal, see if you can recognize it.





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