The Ankh, the most famous symbol of ancient Egypt as well the most mysterious. You can find it all over the centuries-old walls and temples of Egypt. But there has never been a physical one found or excavated.
Just like everything in the universe, the Ankh is also part of a trinity; The Ankh, the Djed and the Was (Sceptre). Strangely enough, these three objects have never been excavated either.
The reason they’ve never been found is because they’re are no longer physically in our dimension. Only when we’re collectively ready for it, these extremely powerful tools and knowledge will be made available for mankind once again. Because we don’t want these tools to fall in the wrong hands. We’ll explain more why these tools are so powerful.
There are a lot of speculations about the Ankh and its meaning. But little is known about its true purpose of this remarkable and powerful object.
The Ankh is best known as the symbol of eternal life. But what is less known is that this powerful symbol is the key to the resurrection-process and ascension.
Osiris is one of the “Gods” who went through this resurrection-process. He was murdered by his jealous brother Seth, the God of Chaos.
Isis, Osiris’ wife, initiated the resurrection-process by placing an Ankh on his heart. This, with the right knowledge and level of consciousness, made it possible for the soul to return to the body. Even with all of his memories intact, including the ones of the higher mind and soul. Right after this process the Was is used to anchor the soul in the body and dimension.
This process is unpleasant and unnatural, but allows enormous growth possibilities for the soul. The same process is done a few thousand years later by Jesus (Jeshua).
Besides Isis, Pharaoh Akhenaton (Amenophis IV) also used this powerful tool. He used the Ankh and the halls of Amenti to perform the ascension process (enlightenment) on people whose genetic code has been adequately developed.
As you can see, it’s more than just a fancy symbol written on the walls.
It’s a tool used by the Kings and Gods.
The knowledge of this tool and the physical object itself are much older than the era of ancient Egypt. The Ankh was already used for these purposes in the era of Lemuria and Atlantis.
Our powerful design of the Double Ankh pendant and earrings consist of two Ankhs combined with the Djed and Heqa.
The Djed symbolizes the Creator God Ptah, to remind us of our own creation and manifestation power. The Heqa symbolizes spiritual guidance. The combination of these symbols creates a powerful healing tool.