We have lots of people who have been digging around searching for Alexander's Tomb. A woman swears it's in Siwa where he wanted to be buried. No. Despite it being the place where he received confirmation of his divinity in the Temple. No. Olympias knew it was an obvious place and over rode her son's wishes. Others say it was Alexandria where he was buried. Olympias knew that the region was geologically unsound and in time the secret place would be destroyed. And again it was an obvious place.But in the place named for him a clue lies, in the Catacombs of Shoqafa. The only two levels explored is the top two. The third level was flooded by the high level of ground water. There they found many bones of young males. What was this about? I ask if there isn't a 4th level, undiscovered. sealed off from ground water damage. Which I believe was made to flood to hide the other level.
I contend that some place unsuspected is where the tomb of Alexander was hidden away. A place of modern times with a secret of ages hidden deeper than Hades it's self. Am I being coy about it? Yes. I know exactly where to look... The tomb is in a region where the serpent sleeps near the son.
The other side speaks cryptically or is it signs written in the sand--A Coptic Church is bombed in Alexandria and civil unreast starts in Cairo. Clues to where Alexander sleeps? Oh yes. Again I know where and knew last year, and now energies are pointing the way.
The problem is that when it is found that something dangerous must be avoided by those who open it......The cleverness of the place chosen is not the only thing protecting it's location, but all the charms and spells...and yes, curses, placed on it by Olympias.
383 Coins Found
Archaeologists unearthed 383 bronze coins dating back to King Ptolemy III who ruled Egypt in the 3rd century B.C. and was an ancestor of the famed Cleopatra, the Egyptian antiquities authority announced Thursday.
The statement said one side of the coins were inscribed with hybrid Greek-Egyptian god Amun-Zeus, while the other side showed an eagle and the words Ptolemy and king in Greek.
Founded by one of Alexander the Great's generals, the Ptolemaic Dynasty ruled Egypt for some 300 years, fusing Greek and ancient Egyptian cultures.
The coins were found north of Qarun lake in Fayoum Oasis 50 miles (80 kilometers) southwest of Cairo.
Other artifacts were unearthed in the area included three necklaces made of ostrich egg shell dated back to the 4th millennium B.C. and a pot of kohl eyeliner from the Ottoman Empire.
The objects will all be displayed in the new Egyptian museum under construction near the pyramids of Giza
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This undated photo released by the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities on Thursday, April 22, 2010, shows some of 383 recently-unearthed bronze coins, said by the Supreme Council to be inscribed with the hybrid Greek-Egyptian god Amun-Zeus on one side, with an eagle and the words Ptolemy and king in Greek on the other side, dating back to King Ptolemy III who ruled Egypt in the 3rd century B.C. Descendants of one of Alexander the Great's generals, the Ptolemaic dynasty ruled Egypt for some 300 years, fusing Greek and ancient Egyptian cultures.
Coinage that had Zeus Amun on the rear always had a male on the other side. Not a woman. Even Arsinoe II had a Cornucopia design on the rear of her coins............Who was this woman who lays with Zeus? There was only one who made this claim. Alexander was their son.