I'm sorry about digging this one out of the dust bin, but I just couldn't resist. I'm the new guy here at KingTutOne and I guess I'm playing catchup here. I completely agree with PsyPharaoh and others here that this is clearly a fake. I'm a professional graphic designer and believe me, with the design software we designers use every day, this stuff is fiarly easy to manufacture. Mind you, it's done quite well, but I agree with PsyPharaoh in what gives it away. All you need is a photo of some old Egyptian tomb and Photoshop, and you too can redifine history!
There's more to it than that. I'm not an expert in reading hieroglyphs but have been studying the language for several years, and it has become a passion of mine. It has also helped me to realize just how ignorant such charlatans are about the most basic premises of the hieroglyphic language. They clearly do not understand how readily they give themselves away with this nonsense...or maybe they're just out for a laugh to see how many people they can get to buy into their game. Who knows?
As a postscript, I got a good laugh out of the chart near the top of the page. I especially like the figure in the cartouches that looks like a mix of a w3s
sceptor and a weiner dog. But then there's the little note about the r'
glyph that says "Ra (sun god) a determinative used since the IX dynasty." The person who slapped this website together did not evidently conduct research beyond watching Tutenstein or he would have realized he was about 500 years off.
I'm sorry. That was unkind to Tutenstein...it's based on a lot more history than this website.