Gebel Barkal (Jebel Barkal) 1450 BC 400km north of Khartoum are the ruins of the Kush African pyramid civilisation. The Nubian African lineage has its own pyramid history that ran parallel to ancient Egypt in its culture and gods that it worshipped.
Their ultimate god as Amun-Ra a solar deity derivative of Ra as a Sun 'god'. A solar (sun-like star) 'god' along the legend of Ra. It is unknown how these derivatives occur and it could be the very same deity as Ra with its origin.
The mountain of Gebel Barkal seems to be the ‘x’ that marks the spot anomaly in the star map interpretation and Wayne recognized a portion of ruin on the opposite side of the mountain (see question mark) to the Nile facing Serpent ruin which watched over the Nile river in similar style to the Sphinx at Giza.
The 98m tall mountain is the only mountain of its sort for as far as the eye can see, and since Wayne found mountains are tied to the same mystical earth energy that pyramids use for its spiritual internal function, ref it is not surprising that the mountain would be the ‘ultimate monument’ here. It has an inner chamber with entrance temple in front of it, a lost causeway hardly visible in the sand. Wayne believes this mountain looked very different to how it appears now as it shows strange symmetry and a pattern close to the sacred five sided human code.
The Kush pyramid cluster is a reasonably close pattern match to the stars of the Pleiades here. Their pyramids are much smaller than those of Egypt but the exact same sharp angled sides as seen on the US one dollar bill.
It is very probable, since the star pattern seems to be the obsession of ancient Egypt and Sumer that the all the positions of monuments here are a match… the primary star (mountain correlation) and the only Egyptian style pyramid, the largest for hundreds of miles matching the secondary Sun-like star of importance shown in the inserted image.
Compare this cluster of pyramids and overall patterns at Abusir in Star Map Egypt and the pyramids in Star Map Mars.
Gebel Barkal references and images of pyramids and mountain… Click here