All Roads Lead to Heaven Part One




TR Welling

Pharaoh Israel Jesus short story

Hebrew Adams Language


The famous quote regarding Rome;

“All Roads Lead to Rome”

The Story of Julius Caesar conquering Egypt and moving Memphis to Rome is when Rome had part of its original name restored. The original name for Rome was the “The City of Seven Hills,” which is politically spun since the Italian Language had yet to be invented, but Gaelic and of course Italic were used.

The word Seven in Gaelic is spelled Samhain; which is the same exact word used to describe the English word Halloween. The City was called “The City of Samhain;” “The Eternal or Halloween City.”

Luz, the Eternal Bone, is the hardest of all the bones in the body. It almost always survives cremation, usually intact. The City of Memphis (renamed to honor Abraham/Mem) used to be called Luz, or Halloween, or in Gaelic Samhain.


One of those treasures was the Tabernacle System of Adam, built by Abraham aka Pharaoh Mem; aka Memkaure.

One of those treasures was the Tabernacle System of Adam built by Abraham aka Pharaoh Mem; aka Memkaure.

All Roads Lead to Heaven


This was mistranslated into All Roads Lead to Rome.

The Lead to Heaven itself is not accurate, since the original phrase is/was: all roads lead to the Eternal City. The Eternal City was Luz, named for the Eternal Bone.

The Eternal Bone, the Luz; the bone at the back of the skull has had that name since pre-Sumerian times. 

Hence, the old name for Memphis was the city of Luz, or the Eternal city, or the city of Heaven.


This is a very long story.

To sum up the story:

When Pharaoh Mem traveled down from upper Egypt into Luz; he had the dykes around the city built. Then, very abruptly, he was gone.

Upon arriving back, Mem is by legend stated to have laid the foundation stones for the great temple of Ptah himself.

This points directly to:



1 Abu Rowash

2 Mankaure's causeway

3 Khufu Causeway to Everest

4 Khafre’s causeway

5 Nativity


7  Djosier bisect Bangalore

8  Djosier second angle causeway pointing at Bangalore India

9 Djosier primary angel pointing at Kuwait

10 Djedefre Pyramid through Olympus mnts to Kyiv   

11  Red Pyramid to Eridu

12 Sakkara Al Badrashin causeway pointing directly at Jazirat Tiran

13 Sakkara causeway to Babylon

14 Sakkara to Damascuss

15 Sakkara to Kuwait City

16 Bent pyramid to Jerusalem

17 Dahshur pyramid to Gulf of Aquiba

18 Djosier to Gibralter

19 Tripoli Carthage to New Grange

20 NewGrange to Djedere angle





A causeway is a hallway carved out of, or made of rock, connected to a specific sacred site. In this case, the monuments on the west side of the Nile in the North Central portion of Egypt, are semi-close to lower Egypt. They are miles from upper Egypt.

The causeway measured a point to a specific geographic location, an ancient sacred site. Not just pointing in the general said direction; but bisecting the center or a corner of the site. There are two sites which bisect the north and south walls of a city square/ziggurat hundreds of miles away.

It is similar to how the statue of liberty has a much smaller twin in Paris. They are facing each other.

This indicates that the People of Kaern designed the megaliths as a network of sites; interconnected by pointing hallways at each other.

Kensington Stone, Minnesota

Stonehenge causeway points to some old building in Cambridge.


The Egyptian Causeways and the ATEN

The ATEN and Amenhotep iv aka Akhenaten









TR Welling