Female King Hatchepsut



“My unwavering authority stands as the mountains, the bright solar disk extends its rays on my august person and my falcon rises above the royal banner for eternity.”

Hatshepsut doesn’t hesitate to express her absolute lack of modesty. The beautiful Egyptian princess loves to talk about her in the third person. Daughter of Pharaoh Thutmose I, odd Queen Hatshepsut reigned 20 years over Egypt. It was thirty-five centuries ago.

 I say queen, I should say king: her manhood immediately stands out on the poor people as on the powerful. Married to Thutmose II, her half-brother and then guardian of Thutmose III, her nephew, Hatshepsut dares to defy tradition and ascended the throne of God, then reserved for males. 

In the year 7 of her regency, Hatshepsut was crowned not Queen, but King of Egypt, under the name of Maatkare Hatshepsut. Her male name means “Maat is the Ka of Ra” ie “Truth is the soul of the sun god.” Upon her coronation, she is a man. She leaves the sheath dress and queen crown to wear the loincloth short of men, the nemes and the false beard.

Thus disguised, she becomes the equal of the Pharaohs, she maintains the order of Maat and can access the living personification of Horus, which is the ultimate stage of enlightenment for great initiates as the pharaohs.  

A very large number of statues show Hatshepsut under her manly appearance; she cleraly intended to be taken for a king.

Female King Hatshepsut yet continues to praise her feminine grace: “The look was more beautiful than all His splendor and her silhouette were divine, it was a girl of resplendent beauty!” Not embarrassed mother Hatshepsut, a monster butt. A sacred pair of balls to go with. She devotes her reign to an architectural program of a hair-raising scale while maintaining civil peace and border security.

Her carefully controlled ambiguity perfectly served her purposes and great ambition.

Female Pharaoh reigns as a man, while the absolute monarch may change into sultry courtesan: “His Majesty began to massage with her own hands Ani oil on all members. Her scent was that of a divine breath. Her holy odor went up to Punt. Her skin was golden, it shone like the stars,” she wrote swooning. Narcissistic and magical Hatshepsut first wants to please his mentor, Hapuseneb, grand priest of Amon, who is old enough to be her father. By means of a powerful tantric practice Hapouseneb was able to control Hatshepsut by holding her in a permanent state of unfulfilled sexual arousal.

It is difficult to combine the two aspects, masculine and feminine, making so contradictory personality of the king-queen. 




Hatshepsut’s most famous work remains the expedition to the Land of Punt, in the year 8 of her reign, which was a glorifying feat: the boats are loaded with luxury products, myrrh, ebony, incense, ivory and gold. Plus some devices from divine technology. Plus some long hidden secrets. 

Trade relations, interrupted for almost three hundred years with Punt, resume with Hatshepsut. The scenes carved on the walls of the second terrace of Deir-el-Bahari temple are beautiful stories of his journey.

Punt is not an ordinary island. Historians and other scholars sworn to put together enough crèpent the bun as to its exact location. In my opinion, Punt was a magical island, another localized Atlantis in the Indian Ocean. Is also known under the name of Lemuria. This island was home to a people of immense knowledge, with refined manners, which produced a craft of exceptional quality.

The Punt people have all the characteristics of the former gods. They stand. They got their star on a large mother ship, Hyperborea, who sowed three ships islands on the world’s oceans: the Atlantic Ocean get Atlantis. The Indian Ocean had Punt aka Lemuria. And the Pacific Ocean get Mu, the fabulous Naacals empire of Colonel Churchward.




You can look for those giant islands on the ocean floor, you cannot find them anywhere. They have taken off. They returned to the mother ship in outer space and all this beautiful divine world went back home, a planet they call Paradise, aqnd we call Ur, Or, ie the origin.

Restoring trade with Punt thus was of paramount importance. For three centuries, the Egyptians had been deprived of divine technology, including that of lightning traps that allow the awakening, famous Isis gift. Hatshepsut ends this scarcity.

The female king built a personal lightning machine, in the funerary temple of his father at Karnak. She takes care to erect two pairs of granite obelisks, one erected in the pillared hall of Thutmose I, the other called “oriental obelisks” leaning against the eastern wall.

On one of those “sky arrows”, it says: “I did it for him with affection as does a king to a God ; it was my desire to brown in electrum.”

Electrum is an excellent electrical conductor. These obelisks were lightning sensors, with very high efficiency. A perfect machine designed to awaken the latent powers of initiates. Hatshepsut did it “for him,” Who’s that? For her father? he was dead, he does need awakening. Or for Hapouseneb, her lover and her guru?

Or for the adopted son which she attended since she has collected on the Nile, while baby, drifting in a woven wicker cradle. Yes, male Queen Hatshepsut could well be the adoptive mother of Moses. And no doubt his initiator.




A dark treason tired Hatshepsut energy. Defeat, weak, she abdicated a 20 years reing, leaving her nephew Thutmose III cap the double crown of Egypt.

The same Thutmose III, a few years later, will be swallowed with army under the waters of the Red Sea. Thutmose III is probably the Pharaoh of the Exodus. He was drowned trying to catch Moses who fled away with a bunch of tramps that would become the Hebrew people.


There are two histories: the official history, lying; then the secret history, where are the real causes of events.
Honoré de Balzac