Akhenaten and the Secet of Nebamun's Tomb
fresco fragments found in nebamun’s lost egyptian tomb were connected with akhenaten, a pharaoh lost to history. analysis of the fragments yielded blueprints used to construct a 3d virtual reality garden. the garden was capable of producing massive amounts of organic fruit and vegetables on a small footprint and provide a key to understanding mindfulness and akhenaten’s radical new religion. More
akhenaten and the mystery of nebamun’s tomb
in 1835, a grave robber broke into a lost egyptian tomb and ripped fresco paintings off the walls. the british museum puts them in its vaults and didn’t put them on display until 2009. london critics were astonished. the painters used techniques that wouldn’t be discovered for another 3,000 years. they compared the work to michelangelo.
the fresco fragments were painted during the reign of king tut’s father, akhenaten, a pharaoh lost to history whose existence was only discovered a hundred years ago.
akhenaten has as bizarre appearance. he looked as if he came from another world. he introduced a new religion and radical new concepts art, religion, language and technology thousands of years ahead of his time. sigmund freud argued that akhenaten’s religion is the origin of judaism.
gardens are central in akhenaten’s belief system. akhenaten’s gardens and other gardens of this period were analyzed using a program from the institute for human and machine cognition.
that analysis revealed the blueprint for an ancient egyptian garden paradise.
the blueprint was used to construct a 3d virtual reality garden on the banks of the nile. the garden was a paradise reminiscent of the garden of eden. it produced massive amounts of organic fruit and vegetables on a small footprint.
the resulting garden provides a pathway into better health and mindfulness and is capable of producing large quantities of organic fruits and vegetables with a minimum of time, money and knowledge.