I'm right in line with your thinking Bob137. Consider this: There are at least two (maybe more) distinct architectural styles associated with the "temples." The first is the "pure" style at Dendera, Esna and Edfu, where the pattern conforms to a common blueprint. Then, witness the fact that the Osirion is a departure from the "temple" style; and the "temple of Hatshepsut (in the block style of the Osirion) resembles a military barrack. At least it does to me. Then there is the dramatic change in style with the addition of the pylon in front of the "temple" at Edfu, not to mention the courtyard. What can I say about the "temples" at Luxor and Karnak with the pylons and obelisks? Radically different as though another race or species took over and constructed those "in their own image and likeness." I believe the Dendera, Esna and Edfu "temples were constructed first as they were in line with Baalbek, Jerusalem, Mt. Sinai and Edfu. Certainly, the excavations of the Western Wall revealed a lot more that the archaeologists bargined for: massively heavy stones, sharply cut angles and curves not available before Western civilization began. Then the second "invasion" took place. When? No clue. But I'm convinced that the Dendera, Esna and Edfu "temples" as well as the Baalbek Spaceport and Mission Control at Jerusalem were built shortly after the pole shift of 9600BC or after the Great Tidal wave of 9500BC. To be continued!
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