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Sphinx is the corrupt Greek word and not the symbol or name for this "African" artifact.

There is a greek stature of a woman with breasts this "is" the sphinx. Greek men thought females were evil. They felt the most perfect love was love of a man. Hence their acceptance of homosexuality [i.e. Alexander the Great].

She "the fable goes" stood on a cliff and asked everyone who passed a riddle:

What crawls in the morning on all four; walks in the afternoon on two legs; and then walks on three legs in the evening?

Wrong answers got a strangle and push over the cliff. The greek word "Sphinx" means to hold/to strangle.

Odeipus solved the riddle: man as an infant, adult and elder. He then returned to his village--killed his father and married his mother. Sigmund Freud erroneously used this backwards analogy in his Odeipus Complex Theory [i.e. desire of a male for his mother].

The African Harmachis is the son of God who sits as a lion with a man's head. The concept is on a higher level of consciousness, according to Anthony Browder -- man's ability to control his animal instincts.

Anthony Browder
"Browder Files"

Always Remember that: "Anytime We As A People Are Not Having Our WaySomeone Else Is Having Theirs...And It's Never To Our Advantage."

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Heru-em-Akhet (G/R Harmachis) - "Heru-in-the-Horizon" Heru-em-Akhet is not truly a Name of Netjer, but a divinized persona specifically applied to the great Sphinx stationed before the second pyramid (Khafre) at modern-day Giza. As protector of the Old Kingdom necropolis, Heru-em-Akhet sits facing the dawn and the Nile, watching that no one disturbs the rest of his masters, with his human head and lion body on a much grander scale than any other sphinx known to Kemet. The name also alludes to the presence of the king (Heru) inside the pyramid (more often than not called a horizon, symbolizing the death implicit in sunset and the rebirth implicit in sunrise).

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