Beef was for Xeper

'Xeper' is the ancient Egyptian word for a scarab beetle. Like all Egyptian hieroglyphics, it has several meanings. The most important is 'to come into being' or 'to call into being', because the Egyptians believed that beetles were self-created, and sprang into existence ex nihilo. So, it is a magical incantation, used in many prayers, to call forth various entities. Uttering the word 'xeper' was, according to him, the primary task of Michael Aquino, founder of the Temple of Set (in 1975).

I find it somewhat ironic that, given the current trajectory of the global economy, with the profligation of money-printing and ignoring of negative externalities, it seems likely (by many educated estimates) that beetles may soon be 'for supper' for many people. So the title is just a reference to that. But this is where I will discuss connections of this conspiracy with ancient Egypt.

'Tutankhamun' means 'the living image of Amun', as the word 'tut' means 'image'.

The 'kà' was one component of a man, in the Egyptian religion -- one of many such ethereal aspects that we might today consider a 'spirit' or 'soul', although the 'kà' was distinct from both. These aspects of the individual were generally subservient in life, but became important upon death and therefore had to be cared for properly in the burial ceremony. It literally meant 'double', but was considered a type of 'image' of the individual.

I believe that Donald Trump, in a very real way (deliberately and intentionally), is acting as the 'kà' of my grandfather, Donald Dees, who (ostensibly) died in 2007. Most religions are, at their base, systems of societal control. And the Egyptian religion seems to contain elements of control aimed at both subjects, and monarchs. I believe it is the ultimate origin of modern 'monarch mind control', and is still being practiced on a select few.

What comes after Barackhenaten? King Trump.

Cirque du Soleil premiered their show 'Kà' in Las Vegas, in 2004.

To the ancient Egyptians (and the Greeks who followed them), heaven was an island where the gods lived. 'Tehuti' was another name for the Egyptian god Thoth, god of intelligence and knowledge. Pitcairn is near Tahiti.

A demolished temple of the god Taweret was included in LOST, clearly as some kind of reference to neglect of this goddess of childbirth and household protection.

The tombs of the pharaohs contained all kinds of waxes, oils and unguents, which were intended to provide for the deceased in the afterlife. These weren't just hair creams. These were the chemical tools of monarchs who oversaw vast, hierarchical societies. The Papyrus of Ani (a version of the Book of the Dead) includes, for instance, the (untranslated) word 'her sen nek' which is "in the body," presumably of the deceased. What does that sound like, to you?

The tombs also contained beef, poultry, figs, cheese, bread, beer, wine, wheat and barley. All of this would have been preserved as best possible in amphora, or clay vases. These clay pots, along with the Egyptian climate, turn out to be a nearly perfect vessel for the storage of wheat. There are anecdotal reports that viable wheat seeds recovered from Egyptian tombs were sprouted in the 1800s, but, if this did actually occur, it was quickly covered-up.

LSD comes from the ergot fungus, which grows on wheat. The Dees Ranch contains a 13,000 acre wheat field. Other ergot-derived drugs are commonly used to treat Parkinson's, with which my grandfather and his brother were both diagnosed.

The Egyptian god Set, the god of evil and chaos, is personified as an animal that (as far as we know) no one has ever seen. Unlike the other Egyptian gods, whose animal representations are known, the 'Set animal' is unknown.

Last Updated on 11/06/16