Text: The story of the Annunciation, the miraculous conception (or incarnation), the birth and the adoration of the messianic infant had already been engraved in stone and represented in four consecutive scenes upon the innermost walls of the holy of holies (the meskhen) in the temple of Luxor (which was built by Amen-hetep III) about 1700 BC, or some seventeen centuries before the events depicted are commonly supposed to have taken place.
In these scenes the maiden queen Mut-em-Ua, the mother of Amen-hetep, her future child, impersonates the virgin-mother, who conceived and brought forth without the fatherhood.
The first scene on the left hand shows the god Taht, as divine word or logos, in the act of hailing the virgin queen and announcing to her that she is to give birth to the coming son. (That is, to bring forth the royal repa in the character of Horus or Aten, the divine heir.)
In the second scene the ram-headed god Kneph, in conjunction with Hathor, gives life to her. This is the Holy Ghost or spirit that causes conception, Neph being the spirit by nature and by name. Impregnation and a conception are apparent in the virgin’s fuller form.
Next, the mother is seated on the midwife’s stool, and the child is supported in the hands of one of the nurses.
The fourth scene is that of the Adoration. Here the infant is enthroned, receiving homage from the gods and gifts from men. Behind the deity, who represents the holy spirit, on the right three men are kneeling offering gifts with the right hand, and life with the left.
The child thus announced, incarnated, born and worshipped was the [p.758] pharaonic representative of the Aten-sun or child-Christ of the Aten-cult, the miraculous conception of the ever-virgin mother imaged by Mut-em-Ua.
“ANCIENT EGYPT THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD” by Gerald Massey http://www.masseiana.org/aebk12.htm#757
And see “Christ in Egypt: The Horus-Jesus Connection” http://stellarhousepublishing.com/chr…