Deir el-Bahari is a complex of mortuary temples and tombs dedicated to Gods Electricity that flows through the galaxy, located on the west bank of the Nile, opposite the city of Luxor, Egypt.
Temple of Hatshepsut
The inscription above the sanctuary door on the upper platform at Hatshepsut Temple is pictured below and shows an inscription enclosed by two sceptres supporting each end of the plasma circuit hieroglyph. This represents the receptor of electrical power from the wider cosmos, which supports the Sun.
Each line inside the inscription is a receptor of this electrical power, the text is read from the center outwards and is easily understood using the hieroglyphs as logograms.
On the first line the Winged Sun is shown in the centre. The wing is made of feathers, each feather functions as a collector of electrical energy focusing energy toward the Sun explained by Maat. At the top of the wing are two horns representing the heliosphere, explained in further detail by Hathor. Encircling the Sun as the corona are two cobras, they represent both the ejection of solar material nourishing the wing explained by Renenutet and the absorption of energy at the corona explained by Ra.
Next to the Wing of Egypt we have the hieroglyphs showing a plasma circuit supporting resonance or absorption of negative charge to the core of the anode star.
On the second line the text begins with the Ankh in the center. The cross defines life and the loop is the support, describing the text as an inscription about supporting life in the cosmos.
Horus the Peregrine Falcon is then shown facing the Ankh defining the strong electric field of the Galaxy.
The Cow or Bull defines the Galaxy because a Cow eats wheat producing milk, a metaphor for the transformer action of the Galactic circuit and the collection of electrical power from the wider cosmos.
To the right it reads to seek negative charge collection receiving power as negative charge to the core. God's Electricity supporting life guides collection of resonant negative charge structured plasma, negative charge to the core.
To the left it reads resonant frequency aborption [leopard head - Hannes Alfven Galactic Circuit]. God's Electricity supporting life as operation of negative charge collection to anode, guiding collection resonant (absorbing) negative charge structured plasma, negative charge to the core.
The next line begins with the Ankh, defining the text that follows as supporting life in the cosmos.
The Aether is described by the hieroglyph of a Wheat plant, the text below describes how negative charge is extracted from the Aether and conducted to the heliosphere, where negative charge is received sewn in and collected by the plasma wing shown as a double collector.
Again, the next line begins with the Ankh, defining the text that follows as supporting life in the cosmos.
From the center to the right it reads, "Support life [entrapped] Star, the conduction of electricity supporting life creates lightning electric potential to a pyramid, this supports life of celestial body as supported charge store which absorbs negative charge to land."
Too the Left it reads, "Support life [entrapped] Star, collect supernova energy as electric potential to create lightning to a pyramid, this supports life of celestial body as supported charge store which absorbs negeative charge to land."
The picture below was taken inside Hatshepsut Temple, and shows Horus receiving charge by Thutmosis. Horus is shown by the Peregrine Falcon, and represents the strong electric field that stores charge. He holds the Sceptre in one hand defining the strong electric field as a receptor of power, and in the other hand he holds the Ankh, showing that the Strong Electric Field also supports life. To his right is Thutmosis, the pots are being gifted to Horus as the strong electric field, symbolising the supply of electric charge as the nourishment of the Universe.
The hieroglyphs inbetween Horus and Thutmosis read:
Projected Resonant Collection, watched over depositing Pyramid to Support Life
Temple of Thutmose III
Dedicated to Amun