In the analysis of ancient Egyptian manuscripts, myths and legends about this primordial Egyptian God, it seems that Ra in the case that existed in some distant time in history, had to come from another world, so he was an Alien God. Furthermore, there is also the belief that Ra could be a survivor of Atlantis.
The god Ra became the sole creator of the gods, without the help of another entity and with his own members he generated Shu and Tefnut, of whom were born Geb and Nut, who in turn gave birth to Isis, Osiris, Seth and Nephtis. Assuming a cosmic character of the predynastic age, which bases its doctrine on the stars, Ra the god of the Sun has become a symbol of the aristocratic religion of the first exercise in antithesis with the cult of Osiris, more democratic and popular.
God reigned over Egypt for many years, but disappointed in his mythical land reign and disgusted by the betrayal of those who had benefited from his wisdom, Ra decided to leave the earth and go to heaven to punish humanity. For his heavenly journey the god used a day boat, Mantz, and another boat at night, Mashkhet, on which the god traveled the infernal regions. From heaven God has sent his divine eye to earth, assuming the leonine aspect of the goddess Hathor, who has swept away most of humanity by earning the epithet of Sachme, the Poderosa.
In the late era Ra was associated with the Gods Amón, Aten, Khnum, Sebek. With the form of Amun-Ra, the god becomes the supreme deity of all Egyptian religion. With the triple form of Khepri-Ra-Atón he summarized the three aspects of the sun; Khepri, the elevator; Ra, at noon; Aten, west, synthesis has had a special cult at Heliopolis, where it represents the
In the late era Ra was associated with the Gods Amón, Aten, Khnum, Sebek. With the form of Amun-Ra, the god becomes the supreme deity of all Egyptian religion. With the triple form of Khepri-Ra-Atón he summarized the three aspects of the sun; Khepri, the elevator; Ra, at noon; Aten, west, synthesis has had a special cult at Heliopolis, where it represents the anthropomorphic god with the hawk’s head or the sun-crowned disk. In the Book of the Dead, Ra assumes the appearance of an armed cat with a knife that kills a snake, a demonic symbol that Ra annihilates. God will be attributed to some women, including Rait, the female counterpart of his name and Uert-Hekeu (Iusas).
The legend states that at first there was no light. There was only darkness and a large expanse of water with the name Num. Nun’s power was so great that from within the darkness he carried forward a large, bright egg. And from that egg came Ra. Perhaps that wide bright egg was the opening of a Stargate? Or was it a space ship that had access to our world through the opening of a dimensional portal?
One of the reasons why Ra was considered indestructible was because no one knew his name. This belief has been assimilated by various religions, including Judaism and Islam, which they call their god in many ways, but they claim that his definitive name is unknown and whose knowledge will predict the end of time.
If we relate these texts we could talk about the god Ra of ancient Egypt that apparently came from space, emerge from a cosmic ocean called Num in an egg (cosmic) that could be the way of the ancient inhabitants in describing a capsule or spaceship , which as mentioned above, has crossed a dimensional portal, and not knowing what was the real name of this ancient god, mysteriously thinks that its possible origin was precisely that from outer space.