Pre-19th c. Translation of Hieroglyphs?

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I am wracking my brain trying searching through files and everything trying to track down these series of illustrations that have obelisk/tablets set in a kind of desert scene and on the tablets are translations of ancient languages and hieroglyphs if I remember correctly. From what I can remember it was a Kircher illustration, or someone similar era, but I can't seem to track it down. I swear I came across it here on the old forum but now I'm just struggling to find it. I'd like to find it for comparison purposes with current translations of ancient scripts, etc.

Just to be clear, I'm not talking about the very OBVIOUSLY obelisk shaped Kircher drawings that have hieroglyphs on them. It would be more accurate to call it like a slab of stone or a tablet, I think. I think there might even be some people in the illustration. It may have been from within a larger book but I think it was someone on here who highlighted the fact that these illustrations were from before the time hieroglyphs are said to be accurately translated.

Thanks in advance and apologizes if this is super obvious or already been addressed.
 
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What you are looking for is also in a video by mind unveiled on YouTube. It is one of their tartaria videos which shows what you are talking about.
 

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What you are looking for is also in a video by mind unveiled on YouTube. It is one of their tartaria videos which shows what you are talking about.
Ah, I wasn't familiar with this channel but I just skipped around and yes these are the images I was referring to! Thank you very much I think I will be able to track it down this way!
 

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Happy to help. The video that contains the images you are looking for has a link to the book that has high quality images to view.
 

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Brilliant stuff. That book is an excellent resource and deserves its own thread. I may put one together later in the day.
 

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Know you the website www.godelectric.org ? There someone have interpreted hieroglyphes to plasmaelectric symbols. It is another idea which must not be right.The german linguist Erhard Landmann neither believed hieroglyphes consist of latin letter.
 

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I am not aware of that site, I will have a look through though. Their has to be a reason for the shape and form of letters. Personally I believe letters are based off some form of sacred geometry and acoustics and are likely to do with energy production.
 

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The only thing I know about Hieroglyphs is that cartouches can have multiple meanings based on context and placement.
Napoleon and his scientists were in Egypt to find all the consciousness and etheric energy finds they could. The Paris obelisk
is one such find, the Rosetta Stone another.
His Freemasons must have known that obelisks are lightning rods and antennas for many kinds of energy.
The Frenchman who translated the Rosetta said he knew there were multiple meanings to the Egyptian language.

On December 23, 1790, Jean-François Champollion was born as the father of Egyptology.

But this is mainstream history. Ill bet the farm that certain mystery schools had already known about the Egyptian language since antiquity. They just didn't tell anyone.
This state of affairs may have driven Napoleon's lust for knowledge.
Is the above OP illustration a clue or disinformation?
 
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A group of some description was in Egypt no doubt and whether this Napoleon character even existed is doutful at best. They stripped it of anything useful and left the bare bones of the Egyptian civilisation behind. What they took is hard to say but hieroglyphs and their actual function needs to be looked into further.
 
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