Another time out said Zed Aliz to nobody in particular.nobody in particular listened intently az the Alizzed did chant, an I can an incantaion make, followed by the  throwing of a casting of numbers
The scribe noting the here, and how we fell positions, acted accordingly.

E.A.Wallis Budge



 Page 397

"Chapter CXXXI
[From the Papyrus of Nu (Brit. Mus. No. 10,477 sheets 17 and 18).]
Vignette: This Chapter is without vignette, both in the Papyrus of Nu and in the Saite Recension (see Lepsius, op cit., BL.54)
RA.1 The overseer of the house of the
                 overseer of the seal, Nu, triumphant, saith: -
                 "I am that god
Ra who shineth in the night. Every
                  "(2) being who followeth in his train shall have life in
                 " the following of the god Thoth, and he shall give
                 "unto him the risings of Horus in the darkness. The
                 "heart of Osiris Nu, the overseer of the house of the
                 "overseer of the seal, triumphant, is glad (3) because
                 " he is one of those beings, and his enemies have been
                  "destroyed by the divine princes. Iam a follower of
Ra, and [I have] received his iron weapon. (4) I
                  "have come unto thee, O my father
Ra, and I have
                  "advanced to the god Shuu I have cried unto the
                  "mighty goddess, I have equipped the god Hu,(5) and
                   "I alone have removed the Nebt god from the path of
Ra. I, am a Khu and I have come to the divine
                 / "prince at the bounds of the horizon I have met  
Page 398  /  "(6) and I have received the mighty goddess. I have
                     "raised up thy soul in the following of thy strength,
                    "and my soul [liveth] through thy victory and thy
                    "mighty power; it is I who give commands (7) in
                    "speech to
Ra in heaven. Homage to thee, O great
                    "god in the east of heaven, let me embark in thy boat,
Ra, let me open myself out in the form of a divine
                    "hawk, (8) let me give my commands in words, let me
                    "do battle in my Sekhem (?), let me be master under
                    "my vine. Let me embark in thy boat, O
Ra, in
                    "peace, (9) and let me sail in peace to the beautiful
                    "Amentet. Let the god Tem speak unto me, [saying],
                    "Wouldst [thou] enter therein?' The lady, the
                    "goddess Mehen, is a million of years, yea, two million  
                    "years in (10) duration, and dwelleth in the house of
                    "Urt and Nif-urt [and in] the Lake of a million years;
                    "the whole company of the gods move about among
                    "those who are at the side of him who is the lord of
                    "divisions of places (?). And I say, 'On every road
                    "and among (11) these millions of years is
Ra the lord,
                    "and his path is in the fire; and they go round about
                    "behind him, and they go round about behind him.' "
Pages 397 /398 .  


RA  occurs  x  1
Ra   occurs  x  8
R  - 18TH  Letter of the Alphabet   A  -  1ST  Az and when ,add to reduce, reduce to deduce,
       1 + 8
          9 + A
             10 x 9
                 9 + 0
R  -  A
18 +  1    =      
19     1 + 9 = 10 x 9 = 90   9 plus an absence = NINE
18 x  9    =    
162      1 + 6 + 2 = 9
A  x  9    =        
R  + A x  9 =
171     1 + 7 + 1 = 9
R = Eighteenth letter of Alphabet    18
- 26 = 8 x the 9 in 18 = 72   7 + 2 = 9
But, but, but, didnt stammer the scribe, writing stammeringly.  No ifs or buts said Zed Aliz, thou art not a dolly sisyphean, thou art a patent pattern finder and yours is not to reason why, yours is but to see and try.
So the scribe did
Eighteen contains 8 letters x 9 =


E.A.Wallis Budge

Pages 397 /398 .  


And I say, 'On every road
                    "and among (11) these millions of years is
Ra the lord,
                    "and his path is in the fire; and they go round about
                    "behind him, and they go round about behind him

Cassell's English Dictionary
planet  (plan et) [O.F. planete, late L. planeta, Gr. planetes, from planum , to lead astray, planathai, to wander], n.
A heavenly body revolving round the sun, either as a primary planet in a nearly cir-cular orbit or as a secondary planet or satellite revolving round a primary; (Ancient Astron) one of the major planets, Mercury, Venus, Mars Jupi-ter Saturn together with the sun and moon, dis-tinguished from other heavenly bodies as having an apparent motion of its own.

Our Changing Universe
John Gribbin 1976

Page 112    

"Going outwards from the Sun, the first half dozen planets are Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn."

Fingerprints Of The Gods
Graham Hancock

Page 242    

" The earth makes a complete circuit around its own axis once every twenty-four hours and has an equatorial circumference of 24,902.45 miles..." "...Viewed from outer space, looking down on the North Pole, the direction of rotation is anti-clockwise,       While spinning daily on its own axis, the earth also orbits the sun (again in an anti-clockwise direction) on a path which is slightly elliptical rather than completely circular. It pursues this orbit at truly breakneck speed, travelling as far along it in an hour - 66, 600 miles - ..."
"...To bring the calculations down in scale, this means we are hurtling through space..." " the rate of
18..5 miles every second."

Page 252  2 + 5 + 2 = 9

"The plane of the earth's orbit projected outwards to form a great circle in the celestial sphere, is known as the ecliptic. Ringed around the ecliptic, in a starry belt that extends approximately 7º north and south are the twelve constellations of the Zodiac: Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpius Sagittarius, Capricor-nus, Aquarius and Pisces. These constellations are irregular in size, shape and distribution. Nevertheless (and one assumes by chance!) their spacing around the rim of the ecliptic is sufficiently even to bestow a sense of cosmic order upon the diurnal risings and settings of the sun"
The scribe watched as the Zed Aliz Zed took the smile that had been raised by the words "and one assumes by chance" and cast it against the rock that it be broken into a shattering of Nine hundred and Ninety Nine shards of lightnings fall.

Fingerprints of the Gods

Page  411

Gods of the First Time                  

"According to Helipolitan theology, the nine original gods who appeared in Egypt in the first time were
Ra, Shu Tefnut, Geb, Nut, Osiris, Isis, Nepthys and Set"

The Expanding Universe
Sir Arthur Eddington

1940 Edition

Page 58  

"Views as to the beginning of things lie almost beyond scientific argument. We cannot give scientific reasons why the world should have been created one way rather than another. But I suppose that we all have an aesthetic feeling in the matter. The solar system must have started somehow, and I do not know why it should not have been started by projecting                                                                                           nine                                                 planets in orbits going in the same direction round the sun"
                  Oh the so, oh so delightful, monstrous, wonderous beauty of it all, said Zed Ali Zed, lost for words.




the Pan book of
James Muirden 1964

Page 63    

"We now know the solar system to consist of nine planets. Closest to the Sun is Mercury,..." "...Next is Venus..."
"...Beyond the
Earth is its outer neighbour Mars.
"...These four are often called the terrestrial planets, for they are all rocky globes like the earth and presumably are experiencing the same basic life-history..." "... But the case is quite different with the next four, the 'giant planets':
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune..."
Page 64   "...Marking the perimeter of the solar system is the
ninth planet, Pluto,..."
Sun + Mercury + Venus
         EARTH            Mars + Jupiter + Saturn + Uranus  +  Neptune + Pluto  
   3     +    7      +     5                                         4     +    7     +     6    +     6       +      7      +    5
15                                                                                                    35
                                              15 + 35
                                                  50 + Earth = 55 Now add to reduce said Zed Aliz  5 + 5 =10  I + 0 = 1
Sun + Mercury + Venus
+ Earth  MOON   Mars + Jupiter + Saturn + Uranus  +  Neptune + Pluto  
   3     +     7      +      5     +    5                         4    +     7     +      6     +      6       +        7      +    5
20                                                                                 35
                                                  20 + 35
55 + Moon = 59  5 + 9 = 14  1 + 4 = 5
Sun + Mercury + Venus
     EARTH      Moon + Mars + Jupiter + Saturn + Uranus  +  Neptune + Pluto  
   3   +     7      +      5                               4    +    4     +    7     +      6     +     6       +       7      +    5
                15                                                                                              39
                                              15 + 39 =
                                                  5 + 4 = 9
SUN   Mercury + Venus   EARTH  MOON     Mars + Jupiter + Saturn + Uranus  +  Neptune + Pluto  
               7      +      5                                          4    +     7     +      6     +     6      +      7      +    5
Page 127

"SOMEONE ONCE put forward an attractive though unlikely theory. Throughout our annual revolution around the Sun there is one point perpetually hidden from our eyes. This point is the opposite part of the earth's orbit, which is always hidden by the Sun.1 Could there not be another planet there, essentially similar to our own but always invisible?
      "If a space probe today sent back evidence that such a world existed it would cause not much more sensation than Sir William Herschel's discovery of a new planet, Uranus, in 1781."

Page 133   1 x 3 x 3 = 9   1 + 3 + 3 = 7

"HERSCHEL MAY have been the first to identify Uranus, but he was certainly not the first to detect it. It had been charted no less than 19 times beforehand, but always passed for an ordinary star;"  
The scribe being required to write
NINETEEN did so, also recording  that page 133 contained in total 33 lines of script of one kind or another.

Oxford Dictionary of Astronomy  1997

Page 322  

"Neptune..."  "...The eighth planet from the Sun..." discovered in 1846 by J. G. Galle, after its position had been predicted mathematically by J.C.*Adams and U.J. J. * Le Verrier."

the Pan book of
James Muirden 1964

Page 138  

"IN MANY ways the story of the detection of Pluto is the same as that of Neptune, though with a twist in its tail. Two mathe-maticians, this time both American, predicted the region of the sky where it was eventually found. The astronomers were Lowell, of Martian fame, and W. H. Pickering..."  

Page 139

"...But Planet P refused to show up, and the search was called off. For a time the problem was in abeyance, until in 1928 the restless Pickering announced fresh results and urged another search. This was carried out, fittingly enough at Lowell's own observatory, and on March 13th, 1930, the discovery of the faint, slow-moving planet by a now eminent astronomer, Clyde Tombaugh, was announced. By a curious coincidence it was 149 years to the day, since Herschel had discovered Uranus.1..."
"1 Moreover it was within 15
º of the discovery-position of Uranus."

The Expanding Universe
Sir Arthur Eddington

Page 14

" In order to fix in our minds the vastness of the system that we shall have to consider, I will give you a celestial multiplication table."  We start with a star as the unit most familiar to us, a globe comparable to the sun.
A hundred thousand million stars make one Galaxy;
A hundred thousand million Galaxies make one Universe.
These figures may not be very trustworthy, but I think they give a correct impression."

the Pan book of
James Muirden 1964

Page 18  

"Our absolute isolation in space is brought home best by imagining everything in terms of a small-scale model. Shrink-ing the Sun to the size of an orange reduces the Earth to a grain of sand circling about 25 feet away. Pluto is a much smaller grain of sand about 300yards away. But we should have to walk 1,400 miles before finding the nearest star -
another orange. It is clear that on the stellar scale the solar system is an extremely compact unit, so compact as to be utterly insignificant. This blow to our pride is but one of the many we have received since the discovery of the telescope.
     The sun is a star - a quite ordinary star - and it is just one of perhaps 100,000,000,000 stars that collectively make up the local system or galaxy, usually referred to simply as the Galaxy. Galaxies are very common in space, for they are the units of the universe in the same way as atoms are the units of matter. Wherever we look we see galaxies, and the number detectable with the largest telescopes runs into the thousand million.        All the individual stars visible in the night sky belong to the Galaxy, for the other galaxies, even though they contain millions of stars, are so distant that they appear merely as dim blurs of light. Over the whole sky the naked eye can see per- 6,000 stars, while a large telescope will count several million. This is considerably less than the population estimate because certain vast tracts of interstellar space are filled with tenuous obscuring matter - dust or gas, or both - which blocks out the light from more distant regions. In some ways this is fortunate, for recent studies with radio telescopes have suggested that some parts, especially near the centre of the Galaxy, would light up the sky more effectively than the full moon!
     The gap of 4  1/3 light-years between the Sun and its neigh-bour is a reasonable average of interstellar distances, and it turns out that the Galaxy's population is grouped in a colossal spiral system about 80,000 light-years across, At the centre is a relatively dense nucleus with a diameter of perhaps 20,000 light-years, and from this trail the immense spiral arms. These arms are slowly rotating, like some ponderous catherine wheel: in the region of the sun, far out on one of the arms, it takes over 200,000,000 years to achieve one revolution. In addition to this general spin all the stars have random motions of their own, but they are so far apart that the likelihood of the sun for instance, colliding with or even passing near another star is vanishingly small. For on the scale model orange-sized stars are separated by well over a thousand miles."
Page 63

The Planets

 Fingerprints of the Gods
Graham Hancock

Page  245

"...Berosus, the Chaldean historian, astronomer and seer of the third century BC, who made a deep study of the omens he believed would presage the final destruction of the world. He concluded, 'I Berosus, interpreter of Bellus, affirm that all the earth inherits will be consigned to flame when the five planets assemble in Cancer, so arranged in one row that a straight line may pass through their spheres.' 9
        A conjunction of five planets that can be expected to have profound gravitational effects will take place on 5 May in the year 2000 when Neptune, Uranus, Venus, Mercury and Mars will align with earth on the other side of the sun, setting up a sort of cosmic tug-of-war. 10 Let us also note that modern astrologers who have charted the Mayan date  

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for the end of the fifth sun calculate that there will be a most peculiar arrangement of planets at that time, indeed an arrangement so peculiar that 'it can only occur once in 45,200 years .  .  . From this extraordinary pattern we might well expect an extraordinary effect.'11
        No one in his or her right mind would rush to accept such a proposition. Nevertheless, it cannot be denied that multiple influen-ces, many of which we do not fully understand, appear to be at work within our solar system."
Then to the scribes amazing sense of wonder the Zed Aliz Zed said  Sir Don Bradman had an average score as a batsman in test cricket of  
Being out without score, in his last test match, when needing only four runs to achieve a century average.
After a pause for rest, and now, unable to see the trees for the  would you believe it leaves well alone. The Alizzed led the scribe and fitting shadows, safely onwards, and  upwards, t'wards yon glorious far yonder Rainbow Bridge, one giant fairy step at a nine.
Everybody still got that thread said Zed Aliz. Everybody still got that thread echoed the shadows.
Everybody still got that thread writ the scribe.
Nine to move on then said Zed Aliz, seeking the understanding, of an understanding scribe.