Just met HeRa.

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Some of you may remember I have been working on trying to unravel some mysteries in Egypt for a while now. I keep going back to it, and as my training continues more and more is making sense. I passed my intermediate radio licence exam last week and moved up a level.

I was mulling things over in my head again while cooking tonight. I don't know why but when I am cooking dinner my mind seems free to explore and I have had several encounters and clear thoughts while I am in this state.
Tonight I had an encounter with someone called Hera. She was quite tall, dark skinned, and spoke softly her name He-Ra. Pronounced "Hair - Ra" with an obvious gap between the consonants. I did not know that name so had to look her up.
She seems to be Greek..... Just like Persephone. Unless there is someone Egyptian known as He-Ra ?
I have no clue why I seem to be seeing Greek goddesses as nearly all of my research is Egyptian and just touching on Indian at the moment.
It was while I was thinking of the garden of Eden and the snake she appeared and had a message for me -

"The snake has many arms, and many faces."

I think the interpretation of that is that the snake is the corrupt nature within us, and it is up to each of us to overcome this if we are to survive. Snakes don't have arms, so is a riddle why that is mentioned, and many faces may mean many people. Does it mean that many people have a hand in causing the problems for humanity?

I may be wrong on this interpretation but was a bit of a riddle, and is all metaphor anyway. I found it interesting that she pronounced her name differently to what I would expect. She also took her time in speaking - no rush and quite breathy in her speech.
 

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That's true Black Cloud. Alexander the Great conquered Egypt and made it a colony of Greece. He left it to his general, Ptolemy, upon his passing. Cleopatra was Greek, a descendant of Ptolemy.
 

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Some of you may remember I have been working on trying to unravel some mysteries in Egypt for a while now. I keep going back to it, and as my training continues more and more is making sense. I passed my intermediate radio licence exam last week and moved up a level.

I was mulling things over in my head again while cooking tonight. I don't know why but when I am cooking dinner my mind seems free to explore and I have had several encounters and clear thoughts while I am in this state.
Tonight I had an encounter with someone called Hera. She was quite tall, dark skinned, and spoke softly her name He-Ra. Pronounced "Hair - Ra" with an obvious gap between the consonants. I did not know that name so had to look her up.
She seems to be Greek..... Just like Persephone. Unless there is someone Egyptian known as He-Ra ?
I have no clue why I seem to be seeing Greek goddesses as nearly all of my research is Egyptian and just touching on Indian at the moment.
It was while I was thinking of the garden of Eden and the snake she appeared and had a message for me -

"The snake has many arms, and many faces."

I think the interpretation of that is that the snake is the corrupt nature within us, and it is up to each of us to overcome this if we are to survive. Snakes don't have arms, so is a riddle why that is mentioned, and many faces may mean many people. Does it mean that many people have a hand in causing the problems for humanity?

I may be wrong on this interpretation but was a bit of a riddle, and is all metaphor anyway. I found it interesting that she pronounced her name differently to what I would expect. She also took her time in speaking - no rush and quite breathy in her speech.
I'm quite into ancient Egyptian religion/myth and I've not heard of a deity called Hera other than the Greek one...
 
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I'm quite into ancient Egyptian religion/myth and I've not heard of a deity called Hera other than the Greek one...
If you understand, then maybe I can talk to you about Osiris?
 

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Rowan did she tell you she was a goddess? Could she just be a spirit from that time that you have somehow connected with? I like your interpretation.