Daughter of Ra
The After-Death Autobiography of Akhenaten's Daughter
The name given above is wrong. How do we know? Because she has
told us how her name was really
pronounced. Her real name was Ankhsoun, not
been able to speak across time, across
33 centuries, linking mind to mind.
Ankhsoun-pa-Aten, who became the wife of Tutankhaten,
was the daughter of the ‘heretic’ pharaoh, Akhenaten and his foreign-born
queen, Nefertiti. 'The Heretic’
was how Akhenaten was
described by the priests of the all powerful, but corrupted state god
Who was the mysterious
pharaoh who reigned with Akhenaten? What lay behind the mask of
Tutankhamun? And what happened to Akhenaten? Ankhsoun
tells us the answer to all of these mysteries.
publishing two books under the title
Sands of Eternity'.
Volume 1 willbe Ankhsoun's story in her own words,
Ankhsoun, Daughter of Ra
Volume 2, 'Hand
of Destiny' is based on our
own personal experiences of
strange meaningful coincidences which have linked us to each other, to
Ancient Egypt and to Ankhsoun and her father, Akhenaten, in particular and also to her
mother Nefertiti. These meaningful coincidences help to authenticate
Ankhsoun's story and show that her story is a key part of a complex web of
great relevance now to the End Times in which we now live.
Jenny and I appear
to have been drawn together by some mysterious force linking us both back to
Ancient Egypt. I had long felt unaccountably
drawn to Egypt but prior to October 1986, I had
never been to Egypt. Jenny had lived there for a year and had developed a
business selling Egyptian art in Britain. I found out about her from an
advertisement in a special golden jubilee edition of the
Prediction Magazine. This magazine was published to mark the 50th
anniversary of the publication of the first ever copy early in February
1936. Even in that there is a very strange coincidence, a mysterious hand of
destiny at work. But I did not notice this until some time in 1999. Jenny
when she was trying desperately to get a catalogue together could never have
realised quite how significant that advertisement would be for her nor how
appropriate that particular edition would turn out to be.
I found out about her Egyptian Art
gallery at Hampton Court from the advertisement, so I went to see her
to try to get a painting from the Akhenaten period. In
the process of helping Jenny develop her business,
instead of just getting a painting,
some three months later, I got
a full picture of Akhenaten - and, by
chance, I also got a new wife.
One day, 8th June 1986, Jenny drifted into a sleep
which turned out to be a trance. The words seemed to come
from Jenny, but they were not Jenny's words. Even
the voice had a different quality. The other woman seemed younger.
The voice was that of a
woman from long go. It turned out to be the voice of Ankhsoun, daughter of ‘the Heretic’
himself (as Akhenaten was described by the priests of the
false god Amun-Ra). In time we came to realise that she was really his only
daughter. The other two daughters of the marriage were very much their
Over the next three weeks in June 1986, Ankhsoun ‘came’
at all sorts of times of day and night and always in places associated with
kings and queens - Chelsea, Brighton and Paris. Sometimes, when excited or
particularly when frightened, she would lapse into
her native Egyptian.....It was
as though somehow her spirit had learned to communicate in English, but
under extreme stress the translation mechanism failed and she lapsed into
her native tongue.
Over the subsequent months, I researched the period. This
is the basis of the explanatory footnotes in the book. How many books are
researched after being written? But this is an unusual book - in more ways
than one! My researches convinced me that this woman was indeed who
she seemed to be.
So many Egyptologists have speculated for so long over
the Amarna period. Now Ankhsoun tells what really happened. It is a tale of
beauty, love, heartache and cruelty. But make no mistake, this is no novel.
This is a true story. It needs no Hollywood
'improvements' to add interest.
Hers is a
poignant story, indeed. She talks lovingly of her
father and his work, his belief in Aten-Ra, which was his name for God. She
tells of her father’s death and secret burial. She tells of her marriage
to Tutankhaten and
its disappointment. She tells how she had to change her
name to include the most loathesome name imaginable. Then came the sudden death of Tutankhamun and then
the disgust that she
knew, with Ay, the next husband she was forced to marry.
Finally, there was the terror at the hands of the evil Priests of Amun.
And she continues with what happened after her death............
This book fills in many gaps in a fascinating period
which has confused Egyptologists for well over a century. It seems that the
older Victorian ideas that her father, Akhenaten, was a forerunner of Christ
are closer to the truth than the fashionable modern theories that he was a
power-seeking madman, notable for his sexual deviance. Perhaps the
modern theories reflect more the nature of
their age than of their supposed subject.
Ankhsoun ends her story with a vision across time from
the beginning to the end, from Alpha to Omega.
Man has little time left to change his ways.
I, for one, doubt that he will
from the top
Living in Truth, Great Royal Wife, Lady of the
Two Lands, Ankhsoun pa Aten, Chosen
One of Ra,
Great Royal Wife was a
title equivalent to Queen. The two lands had been the traditional
name for the whole of the land of Egypt, ie upper and lower Egypt for over one
thousand years even by the time of Ankhsoun. The pharaoh was always given the
title Lord of the Two Lands.
easy to see how the Egyptologists came to transliterate her name erroneously. They render
the name as Ankhesen because according to their stylised convention an 'e' is
placed between any pair of consonants to allow pronunciation of the words. Hieroglyphics does not record vowels and in general, the vowels are
unknown. Champollion in the 1820s attempted to derive some of the vowels
from Coptic, which is the only surviving relative of hieroglyphics. Instead
though, Egyptologists have adopted the
standard convention of
using but one vowel, a universal 'e'.
so their Ancient Egyptian language is a synthetic one and has a very loose
connection to the language which Ankhsoun spoke.
'e' is required between the ankh and the 's' to allow pronunciation. The vowel
which follows before the 'n' is better rendered 'ou' than by a a 'default e'. So
Ankhsoun is therefore most accurate version of her name.
The name commonly in use
today is Ankhesen pa aten. This was her original
name name from during her father's reign. Later when the weak Tutankhaten became
Pharaoh, he changed his name to Tutankhamun and she was forced to change her name to Ankhesenamun, sometimes
rendered Ankhesenamen. It was a name she absolutely loathed and
detested. She refused to speak it. 'How could they put my name with
his?' she asked angrily.
Her name is
sometimes transliterated as Ankhesenpaaton, or even Anchesenpaaton,
Anchesenpaaten, or Anchesenamun, or Anchesenamen. The lack of
written vowels certainly allows for very many variations in the spelling of her
Evidence and Reincarnation
There seem to be many women on the internet nowadays who
believe that they are reincarnations of Ankhesenpaaten. Some seem to prefer
her later name of Ankhesenamun. The Amarna discussion groups have at least 14
correspondents who use that name with their identifying numeral following, viz
It is worth noting that they all appear to be happy with
the Egyptologists mis-transliteration of a name that the real Ankhsoun
absolutely refused to use. Is
not food for thought?
Reincarnation is actually an
oriental doctrine, to be found in
Hinduism and Buddhism. It is not an Ancient Egyptian concept at all. The
Egyptians believed that on death you went to the Hall of Judgement where your
heart was weighed against the feather of Truth. The result of the weighing of
the heart determined the destination for your soul, in essence,
the Elysian Fields or the Devourer, in essence, Heaven or Hell.
There were no half way houses, no second chances. And there was certainly
no question of choosing to come back to gain more
experiences or, for another bite at the cherry because you stuffed it up this
time round. That is a New Age con-cept.
Our research with the Enigma Codes of Destiny suggest the
Ancient Egyptian belief system was fairly close to the mark. It is
also very similar to parts of the last book of the Bible, the Revelation of St
John the Divine. Although Ankhsouns' story was told to me in June 1986,
our experience of the Airbus Codes (2008) provided powerful evidence that
on death all are indeed judged by God. That series of events also
echoed very clearly that
Hell is Real
In April 1986, Mary Magdalen was
sent to tell us the story of Christ. Two months later Ankhsoun pa
Aten was sent to tell us the story of Akhenaten. And both
women's coming was very precisely timed in a way that we did not comprehend
for five years. Why were they sent? The answer to that
lies in a related question. Why
have there been so many
cross-linkages between Christ and Akhenaten through our research over the
last nineteen years? So many times, strange
coincidences have brought to our attention intricate connections between
these two men.
Perhaps part of the answer lies in the events of
perhaps the most remarkable
juxtaposition which occurred on 17th
November 1991. Again, it
happened in Paris, in the
Church of the Madeleine.
The answer lies in part because
that lesson I was asked to read at the Madeleine
was Christ's words concerning the signs which would
precede the End of the World. Over the 20 years since I read that
lesson on the day appointed, God has chosen to give the signs so clearly
that the End of the World is nigh. Jenny's death was a key element of
the End times sequences allowing the truth about Ankhsoun's real purpose to
be revealed gradually over the following year. It is all about the
Second Coming. For more the latter part of our book
Predestination abc or A-Z ? - A Trainspotters Guide to Destiny.
Rev 22nd June 2008 11.43pm Rev 24th March
Proof of Real Connections
through Coincidences May--June, 2008.
Proof that our experiences concerning Akhenaten and his
daughter are real continues to flood in. These strange connections are not
chance. First there is the odd direct connections in recent
came across a significant magazine on 29th May 2008 in a Papakura bookshop.
Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt, ISSN 1741-2293 Issue 53.
The article Who killed Prince Zannanza ends as follows: ‘Ay
succeeded to the throne of Egypt and went on to reign for around four years,
then Horemheb succeeded him. As for the beautiful queen, Ankhesenamun,
except for one single scarab, she seems simply to fade from Ancient Egypt’s
history…..’ Was it only for her to emerge in my darkened basement flat
in Chelsea, one night some 3300 years later? But from the time of the
Tudors, that part of London has been associated with royalty, albeit
Britain’s kings and queens. And is it just chance that Ammut the
Devourer is the god featured in that issue. Ammut devours those who
fail the Judgement in the Judgement scenes in the Books of the Dead.
Ankhsoun was sent to tell the truth about her father, and to warn.......
And is it just chance that another article in that very same issue is about
Human Sacrifice? For that was indeed her end....The priests of Amun
really were evil.
Ankhsoun ends her story with a vision across time from the beginning to the end. Man
had little time left to change his ways
in 1986. No one has wanted to know, so
perhaps the sands of time have finally run out for mankind. Perhaps it
is part of God's plan that the world knows the truth about Akhenaten and his
relevance to The End Times. Edition 52 had the article What
Happened to Akhenaten and Nefertiti? In summary, the article takes
a long time to say "We have no idea".
Ankhsoun's story and then you will know. That is much more than can be
said of a visit to the Tutankhamun exhibition in London. 250,000
people have visited it, according to their publicity. Not one of them
really has the faintest idea about the life of Tutankhamun, Akhenaten or
Ankhsoun, or the relationship between Akhenaten, Tutankhamun, Ay and
Nefertiti. Anything in the exhibition is, like most of the material in
museums around the world, largely erroneous speculation.
And now a few interesting
coincidences. The Akhenaten article appeared in Vol. 52 and 52 is
2.26, the code for Ra. The ISSN is 1741-2293. 229 is the code
for the Apocalypse. I found Vol 52 on 10th May 2008, a day that
carried a strong Hammer of God link. Two days later came the China
Szechuan earthquake. The interconnection between Akhenaten and the Source of
his inspiration, The Diagrams of
Truth and recent disasters will be found in a book currently in
preparation, The Crystal Sheres. This book recounts the events of May
and June 2008 together with all the coded messages that pour in to us today
from the same Source that inspired Akhenaten, thirty three centuries ago.
What Ankhsoun has to say about her life then has a relevance to to your life
Then there are the odd indirect
connections in the magazines. First there was
magazine on 9th June 2008 and the woman who shares Ankhsoun's
'birthday', 8th June. It is the anniversary of her spirit
coming, or being sent to us, 8th June, 1986. But despite our
long chat and Marama's obvious interest, our story was not for MiNDFOOD it
We had to find another magazine.
magazine next? That was the conclusion I came to when Jenny found
a significant copy in her GP's surgery on 21st June. There was a
rather relevant article. Is the truth out there? It
was an examination of psychics and their claimed abilities.
But when she got to it , there was no sign of the article, just two stub
ends. The article had been torn out. Someone else had also found
I wrote to NEXT
Ordinary people are intrigued by our
amazing coincidences, and by the paranormal aspects of our research, but
media people always decide it is 'not for us' or 'not the sort of story we
would publish'. TV schedules are not short of psychic material from
Ghost Whisperer to Sensing Murder. One is often a bit
unsure where fiction ends with some mediums. Yet these strange links
across space and time seem strongly to authenticate our experiences of
Akhenaten and his daughter.
Anyway, I saw the missing article as a
reason to ring NEXT and see if I could interest anyone in Ankhsoun's story
... and ours. It was the Editor's assistant who answered the
phone. She seemed to have more of a knowledge of Tutankhamun and
Akhenaten than I would have expected from someone working on a woman's
magazine. "I have a friend who is an Egyptologist, she
explained. She is fascinated by Akhenaten. She has recently gone
to Yale to do a PhD. We did a short piece on her in the February
issue. I'll send you a copt [Footnote] of that too". And
she did. I told her about the odd coincidence of Marama, the woman at
MiNDFOOD who had answered the phone and her sharing Ankhsoun's birthday, as
we call it. What's your birthday, I asked? "Its miles
away", she replied, " 22nd December". "It may be miles away from
Ankhsoun's birthday," I said, "but its not miles away from my research.
That's the day I cracked my first prophecy code over the Lockerbie air
disaster...And we had just opened an exhibition of Egyptian
paintings.....I'll send you the Mindfood e-mail anyway". So I did and
I added an introductory part where I explained in detail why 22nd December
was very relevant.
The developments on 24th June were
even more thought-provoking. I didn't check the post till late
afternoon. It often comes around lunchtime. I was about to dash out
just before the banks closed. And there was a large envelope, rather
damp in the back of our postbox. It must be the photocopies of the missing
article from the March 2008 issue, I surmised. When I opened the envelope
and took out the copies, I saw the crystal ball first. It
was the front page of the psychics article. Is the
truth out there?
It reminded me of
the crystal ball we keep in the sitting room, just for effect. I don't
see the future in it- well not usually at any rate. There were two A3 single
photocopies. And then beneath was a single sheet of A4, another colour
photocopy. It was Emma's Eyptologist friend against a rather arty
Egyptian background, some exhibition, I surmised.
It was when I began to read the text that I was absolutely staggered.
This young woman apparently had an ambition to find the tomb of Akhenaten.
Of course in her story Ankhsoun explains how she buried her father, far from
the royal tomb which had been prepared. But Emma did not realise that.
It really was a quite astonishing connection. I noted the time, 4.23pm
24th June, 2008.
Immediately I was reminded of a book,
The Eye of Ra.
Add Footnote re Copts Coptic ref above. To be
continued... deo volente