The Pharaoh’s Headdress and Ancient Egyptian Gods

The Pharaoh’s Headdress and ancient Egyptian Gods. Why did the pharaohs use such a strange-looking headdress? A cloth with alternating dark and light stripes, plus a serpent on the forehead. Could it have been because of the mystical origins of the ancient Egyptian Gods?

Discover a surprising origin for the Pharaoh’s Headdress in the video below:

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TIME STAMPS for the Video: The Pharaoh’s Headdress and Ancient Egyptian Gods

00:00 The Pharaoh’s Headdress and Ancient Egyptian Gods
00:45 The serpent on the forehead
01:42 Past life memories at the beginning of Egypt
02:14 Similar images in the paintings in the pharaoh’s tombs
02:43 A goddess in Atlantis knew she was a Light Being
03:16 One of my scariest memories of Atlantis
03:48 Atlantis was breaking up with earthquakes
04:25 How the pharaoh’s headdress emulates the Atlantean gods
05:51 We are still Light Beings today
06:35 We were building the pyramids in Egypt


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(Tutankhamun) Pharaoh-1733119_1920, Image by ricloatos from Pixabay

(Pharaoh Sculpture) Egypt-7355762_1280, Image by Amr from Pixabay

Amenhotep II Uraeus: A painting of Amenhotep II, in the public domain because of its (extreme) age (about 3400 years)
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(Pharaoh Statue) Egypt-2166020_1920, Image by Maatkare from Pixabay

(Cobra) 173139-848555633_small_Cobra, Video by Jawad khan from Pixabay

crown-2661334_1920, Image by Ruth Archer from Pixabay

Flare – 1327, Video by adam_szulc from Pixabay

Sun-304807, Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay

Painting depicting the Ancient Egyptian moon god Khonsu, Author: Temple of Athena, Attribution: Public Domain
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God Re-Harakhty Attribution: Painter of the Nefertari burial chamber, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
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(Thoth and Hathor) Egypt-3382563_1920, Image by DEZALB from Pixabay

Relief from the Sanctuary of Khonsu Temple in the Precinct of Amun-Re at Karnak Temple, Author: Asavaa
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Attribution: Asavaa, CC BY-SA 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons

Animal-1299159_1280, Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay

Pyramids-7247155, Image by Peace,love,happiness from Pixabay

arrow-7120085_1920, Image by harveertechnical from Pixabay

Atlantis Map: Attribution: Ignatius Donnelly; cropped by Beyond My Ken (talk) 22:14, 28 September 2010 (UTC), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons,

Circle-7333077, Image by mspersoy from Pixabay

Arrow-97589, Image by OpenIcons from Pixabay

Chichen-itza-351375, Image by edtribo from Pixabay

Winged Serpent Copyright 2000 Carol Anne Chapman

Flower – 159951_1280, Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay

Islands – 2119, Video by Bellergy RC from Pixabay

Like – 123997, Video by Sahim Sonde from Pixabay

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Carol Chapman

Carol Anne Chapman is the author of When We Were Gods, Arrival of the Gods in Egypt, and Have Your Hearts Desire. She met her husband first in a dream. Formerly the media photojournalist at a NASA center, she presently provides online guidance on such topics as dream interpretation, the Golden Ones, and past life memories at She has been featured on Coast- to-Coast AM hosted by George Noory and Art Bell as well as CBS radio's Kimmie and Steve and The Maria Shaw Show. Her articles have been published in Venture Inward, Alternative Perceptions, Dream Network, The Open Road, and FATE Magazine.

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