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                                                                              Eddy Pengelly's 2006 Report
Egypt 1240 BCE
Here is Plate 1 from the Papyrus of Ani*, with column 1 (and 2) highlighted and then the column 1 extract enlarged. This papyrus is read from right to left and down the columns.

                       

* The Papyrus of Ani was found at Thebes. It measures 78 feet by 1 foot 3 inches, and is made up of six distinct lengths of papyrus which vary in length from 26 feet 9 inches to 5 feet 7 inches. It was acquired by the Trustees of the British Museum in 1888, and is the longest and the best preserved of all the papyri that date from the second half of the XVIIIth dynasty

Let us look at the first five black glyphs from column 1.

Although the mouth glyph is now deemed to just represent the letter 'R', it also once represented the sound of the letter 'L'.  The arm glyph represents the letter 'A'.  Thus L+A = 'LA' (now sounded as RA).
Past scholars have deemed this set of glyphs to refer to 'a sitting god', with the 'disk' being perceived as the Sun. Putting all this together scholars deemed it to name the sitting 'Sun God' as RA (ie. LA).

But would the ancient Egyptians mistakenly draw the Sun with a hole in the middle ?

Other research shows that imagery from a modern cd-rom has been described in several Egyptian stories*.
The conclusion here is that - the 'disk' on the Papyrus of Ani represents a compact disk named LA that belonged to the sitting 'god' (ie. controller). These five black glyphs are saying "the sitting man's LA-Disk."

* Details in A New Understanding - Egyptian Gods, PPHC, 2006.

Contemporary Translation / Interpretation

Egyptian translators had already decided that the 'disk' glyph represented the Sun, and the 'sitting figure' glyph as a 'male god'. Phonetically they called the MOUTH glyph 'R' and the ARM glyph 'A' (sometimes sounded as 'E').
So with those preconceived ideas in mind, they then interpreted the first half of these glyphs as referring to RA, the
Sun-god as '...RA WHEN HE RISETH...( IN THE EASTERN PART OF HEAVEN)'.



mouth - sounding as R
arm - sounding as A
disk - the Sun
sitting man - god
the | designates a real object.

the snake is given the meaning 'he'.
quail chick - sounding W      }
lower leg - sounding   B       } * w b n
the wave - sounding   N      }
the disk - determinative, the Sun.

* Traditionally, reading right to left, the wave
  glyph should come after the foot, but due to
  lack of space in the column, the scribe has
  placed it between the chick and the leg.
Rene Preys confirms the 'loaf' and 'wave' glyphs.
RA - the Sun God (real).    

When
he
riseth

Here are 2 sets of glyphs meaning rise or shine forth *
Glyphs read right to left     or  
w b n
                                 n     b   w             n     b   w
* Sources:
(1) p623 'rise', p624 'shine forth' from Egyptian Grammar by Sir Alan Gardiner, 3rd Edition, Revised, Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 1978.
(2) Ibid. p560 indicates the disk is a 'variant determinative for the three rayed circle' for both 'shine forth' and 'rise (of sun)'.
(3) Leaning to Read Hieroglyphs by Caroline Seawright
     ref: 'rise & shine forth' only, in Vocabulary section.


Can you see the three anomalies with this traditional interpretation and translation ?

   1). The half circle (loaf) above the wave and below the snake has been ignored.
   2). The first red 'disk' has also been ignored.
   3). The '|' refers to the disk and not the 'sitting male'.


This means that the contemporary translation of these glyphs is incorrect, or at the least, not fully representing what the ancient scribe was trying to describe.

Investigation and Translation by PPHC Study Group's chief researcher

Here follows Eddy Pengelly's 2006 translation using the glyphs for what they actually represent - in the context that it has been found that another Egyptian priest and author (given the name Moses) also documented computer technology (a 386 PC desktop computer system¹) in several of his biblical accounts, plus the opening sequence of pictures² from a particular mid 1990s cd-rom³.

1. Details in the 'Arks in the Bible' chapter, pp125-135, A New Understanding - Egyptian Gods and Atlantis, PPHC, 2006.
2. Details in 'The Creation Myth Exposed' chapter, pp59-76, A New Perspective - The Bible, PPHC, 2004.
3. Identified below.

Notes:



{RA-Disk}, ie. LA-Disk of the sitting man

the | designates the disk as a real object.

- Subject of the next sentence. The Disk.
- the snake means 'its'.
the flat bottom circle means 'under the circle'.
The three glyphs together mean 'to shine' *

- Subject of the next sentence. The Disk.
- the snake means 'its'.
- a protruding ledge.
- a saddle for a disk.
- in the side of the box.

* Using Sir Alan Gardiner's meaning of 'to shine'.

The sitting male's (sca-)LA Disk.    



The Disk:
its
flat underside
shines.

The Disk:
its
protruding ledge
is a disk shaped saddle
in the side of a box.



Context

Not shown in the above brief examination of 17 glyphs is the context of this discovery.
91 glyphs from Plate I, columns 1 & 2 of the Papyrus of Ani, describe the use of three modern cd-roms in a computer, using a mouse and cable:



Column one literally derives:
To speak: the Star scroll and the LA Disk of the sitting male 'god' (ie. the time traveller/computer operator). The Compact Disk: It's underside shines. The Compact Disk: Its protruding cradle, flat in the computer box. To the East is located a foreign desert area. The screen is half water and half sky. The red town dots of EGYPT produce a blossoming presentation. To see the controlling throne of the computer operator, use: his tools (mouse & cable, keyboard & cable, and 'bowl'); raise up the protruding cd-tray which is flat under the screen of water; Raise up and unfurl three times from the bowls of the three plastic cases; [click] the Vulture over the third water picture. In two blooming presentations, a man…to narrate.

Column 2 literally derives:
His flowering reed is a serpent shaped staff with a head like a basket. The enemy slaughter: To go to the second animation presentation, use the object depicted, being a mouse & cable. This flowering reed also has a beetle's shape - and makes things transform on the screen.
The operator's staff invokes the fighting enemies in the desert.
The third presentation produces the primordial sunrise.
Take hold of the shiny compact disk's holding container. Opened by hand, the compact disk enclosure is a box.

This is describing the imagery from the Ancients cd-rom, the 1991 Persian Gulf War - Desert Storm from the Grolier cd-rom, and the 'Sun and Stars' from the RedShift2 cd-rom.

Source pp95-104, A New Understanding - Egyptian Gods, PPHC, 2006.