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Taweret


Like the lights of a great city at night, stars are lit at great distances from where their power is being generated. Each star forms the focus of a Z-Pinch in the current stream, explained by Sobek. Current flows along Birkeland Currents, sometimes in dark mode and this is explained in further detail by Hapi.

The plasma sheath or heliosphere surrounding a star, protects whats inside the heliosphere from the electrical environment outside. It is this electrical interaction around stars that is believed to be symbolized by Taweret. The boundary of the heliosphere is what drives the voltage of the Sun, and it acts as a cosmic ray accelerator, shown by the Ejection or Snake hieroglyph in Tawarets name. Known as the Virtual Cathode.

Taweret is female and therefore defines the circuitry of the cosmos as the nourishment of negative charge. Her hieroglyphs explain her as the ejection of negative charge projected by the electric field to 'scavenge' negative charge. The Snake is not resting on an anode so it is possibly refering to the plasma sheath where positive charges accelerate away from the Sun [Further investigation].

Taweret Sun
Taweret - Electric Sun

The Hippopotamus is the third largest living land mammal, after elephants and white rhinos and the largest land animal without horns or tusks. Taweret is shown with exposed breasts therefore showing that she forms part of the electrical nourishment to a star. [Her offspring were traditionally known as Amen and Ra.]

Taweret forms the Hinquarters of Ammit meaning she forms part of the fundamental function of a star.

Taweret Hippopotamus
Taweret at Edfu in Egypt, Hippopotamus and Taweret faience vessel.

[[The Sa sign is a loop, meaning a support, formed by the flow of electric current or Gods Electricity.]]

The name Hippopotamus comes from the Ancient Greek ‘river horse’. Perhaps because it is where the work is done on a plasma river in space.

Support - Birkeland Current Connection/Ends
Wal Thornhill describing the Virtual Cathode @Thunderbolts Project