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Intravital portraits of the ancients

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The photos of statues, busts, stone heads, presented on this page, are intravital portraits of the pharaon of XVIII dynasty Akhenaten (1351-1334 BC), his wife Nefertiti and their daughters. All these works of Ancient Egyptian arts, executed in realistic "amarna" manner inherent to the epoch of Akhenaten,  call forth (give rise) till now many questions at explorers and give favourable ground for appearance of the most incredible theories about whom this regal family was: people affected  by any mysterious hereditary illness, space incomers... but only not ordinary people. The matter is that Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their daughters had elongated egg-shaped skulls, disproportionate large hips, projecting forwards stomachs, and their figures on some images more resemble the images of god Pan and satyrs, than people.
Implementation in Egypt monotheism by
Akhenaten - worship to solar god Aton - allows to assume that he and Nefertiti were natives of northern country - Hyperborea. Such assumption is not groundless, as Egypt has been divided

earlier between natives from this mainland and dragon-people (read about this  in my book "Earth before the Flood - the world of sorcerers and werewolves"). However, it give rise to many questions.
Akhenaten and Nefertiti hardly were living on Hyperborea Adityas and Gandharvas (as well as similar to them Daityas) which, judging by their images executed in different times, and by intravital portraits on Easter island had ordinary forms a head and a body. Besides, all of them were long-eared. They were not also similar to Vidyadharas if it is possible to trust, of course, to not numerous relief images and sculptures of the beings named by Vidyadharas (perhaps, this title reflects not belongings to some people, but a degree of Yogic consecrations). Charanas and Siddhas remain yet. But they, judging by Indian legends, lived millions years, and Akhenaten and Nefertiti, apparently, were mortal. Besides, higher beings from Hyperborea had one - maximum two children, and Nefertiti was mother a lot of children.
Sculls similar

to Ehnaton, Nefertiti and their daughters' sculls have been discovered in the South America and Mesopotamia. They demonstrate real existence of the people (called in Ancient Sumer by annunaks) to which the ancient Egyptian family belonged. And, these people settled all terrestrial globe. Annunaks in Sumer were considered as minor gods: among them were "celestial" winged annunaks and "earth" reptile-like annunaks.
Which type of annunaks can
Akhenaten and Nefertiti belong to? Most likely, to the first, to which, apparently, Gandharvas, Vidyadharas, Charanas, Siddhas belonged.
Then why Nefertiti,
Akhenaten and their daughters were mortal? Perhaps, it has been somehow relate with changing of  living conditions on the Earth? Or they took human form as a result of werewolvesness of representatives of the world of reptiles? And, maybe, it really was any special group of incomers which, as well as we, were mortal?
But whoever they were, all explorers acknowledge that Nefertiti was fantastically beautiful.

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Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Statue of Akhenaten, Egyptian museum in Cairo
Statue of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV) from Thebes in the Egyptian museum in Cairo
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Statue of Akhenaten, Egyptian museum in Cairo
One more statue of Akhenaten-Amenhotep from Thebes (?) in the Egyptian museum
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.  Statue of Nefertiti,  Berlin museum
Limestone statue of Nefertiti from Akhetaton (modern El Amarna) in the New Museum, Berlin
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.  Head of a daughter of Ehnaton and Nefertiti, Cairo museum
Quartzitic figurine of a head of one of the daughters of Ehnaton and Nefertiti in Museum of Cairo
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.  Head of a daughter of Ehnaton and Nefertiti, Cairo museum
The same statuette from other perspective
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.  Head of a daughter of Ehnaton and Nefertiti, Berlin museum
Quartzitic figurine of a head of Meritaton - the daughter of Ehnaton and Nefertiti, Berlin, the New Museum
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.  Image of daughters of Akhenaten and Nefertiti on the wall of the Akhetaton palace (modern El Amarna)
Image of daughters of Akhenaten and Nefertiti on the wall of Akhetaton palace (modern El Amarna)
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their children. Relief image on a slab from Akhetaton (modern El Amarna), Berlin museum
Akhenaten, Nefertiti and their children. The relief image on a slab from Akhetaton (modern El Amarna). The New museum, Berlin. Pay attention to hips and stomachs of the children on scaled-up image
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Nefertiti and her daughters. Relief image on a slab
Nefertiti and her daughters. The relief image on a slab. Pay attention to hips and a form of legs of Nefertiti and the children at scaled-up image.
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients.Relief image of Akhenaten and Nefertiti
One more relief image of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. Increase it (by clicking) to look at their figures
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Head of Akhenaten, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, the USA
Figurine of a head of Akhenaten in the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, the USA
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Statue of Nefertiti, Berlin museum
One more image of the statue of Nefertiti from the New museum in Berlin
 
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