Monday, February 24, 2020


OUR spiritual leader ANTONIUS SUBIA witnessed one of the world's most spectacular cosmic events when, at the climax of his sacred pilgrimage to Egypt, he saw the rays of the rising sun illuminate the inner sanctum of the main temple at ABU SIMBEL  on February 22nd.

On two days, traditionally the anniversary of the birthday and coronation of pharaoh Ramses II, a shaft of sunlight pierces the gloom, illuminating statues of gods and the king in the temple's inner sanctum.

On February 22, a day celebrating the king's birthday and again on October 22, a day celebrating his coronation, sunlight illuminates seated statues of the sun gods Re-Horakhte and Amon-Re, as well as a statue of king Ramses II. 

The statues sit in the company of the Theban god of darkness, Ptah (who remains in the shadows all year).

The spectacle ... which has endured more than 3,200 years of Egyptian history ... draws thousands of tourists to Abu Simbel to watch this ancient tribute to a pharaoh whose name is still known up and down the Nile Valley for his military exploits and monumental building projects.

Here is Antonius's first-hand account of this sacred experience. Antonius writes:

Abu Simbel was one of the most powerful moments in my life, because it was a magical experience of being in tune with The Clockwork of the Cosmos

I was fortunate to be there with my friend Livio Zambelli from Italia whose birthday it was and wh, for as long as I have known him, has wanted to be there at the moment when the rays of the morning sun illuminate the three figures seated in the inner sanctum of the Temple of Rameses II.

There were so many people, at least 5,000 there lined up to see the event hours before sunrise. When we arrived there was a huge line, but having been in Egypt for nearly three weeks I learned that there is no such thing as waiting in line in this country. 

So I grabbed Livio by the shoulders cut in line and pushed our way forward as far as we could go, and luckily we did, as we were to find out later.

So we waited for the sun, looking up in amazement at the stars that filled the many stars that it was difficult to tell what was what. 

But we identified Aquila-Antinous hovering directly on the horizon where the sun was soon to appear.

Just before the sun came up ... three giant storks passed over our heads ... which I took to be a good sign of augury. Then the sun appeared and they began to let people into the Temple. The crowd was pushing hard to get in ... I held onto Livio so we wouldn’t get separated ... I was afraid we wouldn’t make it in before the event was over, because it only lasts about 20 minutes and there were a lot of people ahead of us, it was like a river of people. 

At the entrance they let you in on the left while exiting people came out on the right, you circled clockwise around the hall with columnal statues of Rameses II, then you reach the long hall that ends in the inner chamber, you could not enter and they kept you moving. 

That was when I saw that the Sun was still shining on the statues two were no longer in the light but one still was ... I snapped a picture, then we moved on around and back out. We tried to see the images inside the temple as best we could with very little time. 

As we exited I looked back and saw that the sun had passed over the inner sanctum and the event was over ... we had basically been among the last to see it before it was done. 

Had we not pushed our way forward we would have gotten up there after coming so far and waiting so long and missed the actual reason we had come.

Clockwork of the Cosmos

Then we explored the second Temple of Queen Nefertari which was not full of people and we were able to comfortably explore the inscriptions and reliefs and talk about them.

I learned so much, including seeing the only image of the god Set that I have seen along the entire trip.

It was a wonderful experience!

Livio and I had a turkish coffee, talked for a bit and said our good-byes.

The road back from Abu Simbel to Aswan was a beautiful desert spectacle including a mirage, which I haven’t seen since I was a child in West Texas. I love the desert ... The Sahara Desert! We were only 30 minutes from the border of Sudan!

22nd February 2020

Ave Antinous!


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