King Tutankhamun’s Dagger


Many will know that burial in ancient times – such as the times of the Pharaoh’s, were accompanied by various needs the deceased would require for progress in the next world; clothing, food, utensils, all these (and more) were buried with the great. Here, this article examines the dagger buried with King Tut. The material in the dagger appears to come from a non-earthly origin.

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Kariong Research: Phoenicians and Egyptians in Australia

Hello Everyone,
We have arrived home and well and back on the trail of the Kariong Glyphs, sometimes called the Gosford Glyphs. Good News, the site containing the glyphs was purchased by the local government and is now protected! “Upstairs” has asked that we cover the progress of the unfolding story of understanding the Kariong Glyphs. Due our travels, experience and understanding, it emerges that there are two sets of hieroglyphs reflecting two different important journeys from Ancient Egypt to Australia.

We have had much help from translators and researchers (and there is much more research needed), and material has been discovered which exposes the travels of Phoenicians from the Mediterranean to Australia’s shores, then called the Dreamtime. There were royal princes, one of whom had died from snake bite in Australia and had to be returned to the Royal Tomb of Giza. “Upstairs”, in the person of Alcheringa (who has given channellings at Kariong) and more lately Jalarm of the Mystery School, have helped us piece together the puzzle of two missions with two princes, both of whom had a club foot. In this article we honour the work of many researchers at Kariong.

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