Heru-Amun-Ra – Apademak – Narahari Rupa



Apademak compared to Narahari Rupa from Vaishnava Canonical Murti illustrations in Silpa Shastra, the Scripture for Temple and Sacred ‘cult image’ making. South of Egypt in the Kingdom of Meroe, the Supreme Lord Heru-Amun-Ra was worshiped as APADEMAK. On the left I have edited-out this picture of Apademak from the illustration of the Relief both depicted here. I have done this to show how similar thisForm of Apademak is to the canonical Silpa Shastra Form of Krishna-Vishnu as the Leontocephalic Lion-Headed HAREYAH (Jewish ARI-YAHU)!

Since doing this I have discovered another internet image in which someone has edited-out this image of Apademak.  I want to thank Soma Dasa, the expert Murti Sculptor, who has made so many beautiful Temple Murtis for the Lord and Our Lady, for loaning me his precious Silpa Shastra Book so that I could copy this above Vaishnava Nara-Hari page from it! THANK YOU PRABHU! Now the whole world on facebook can see what I have been writing about for decades!


About Collected Works of Sri Bhakti Ananda Goswami

This site is a repository of the written work of Bhakti Ananda Goswami managed by one of his students, Vrndavan Brannon Parker. Bhakti Ananda Goswami is a practicing Catholic Hermit under private vows, and a Vedic Monk in the Brahma-Madhva-Gaudiya-Vaishnava Lineage Tridanda Sannyasi and Siksha (Instructing) Master. His research provides the evidence proving that at the ultimate source there is only One Religion and Divinity yet there are multiple expressions of that religion and Divinity. Read the various collected articles on this site revealing that ancient Humanity was highly evolved and motivated by transcendent and life affirming impulses leading to High Civilization. (Please Note that this site is not maintained and updated by Bhakti Ananda Goswami himself but is managed by one of his students. Though he does scan the site he is not always able to respond to messages or comments.)

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