The demon sitting on a high chair from The Garden of Earth Delights (1503-1515) by Hieronymus Bosch references the Henu Barque?

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a) Details
The kestrel head on top of the pillars has been turned into the demon on the highchair.

The oryx's horns are represented by the small blue flag which seems to be something that appeared to have been happening for a few hundred years in paintings of the Resurrection
 

The rib cage like fan becomes naked men.
 

The crouching man has been turned into a rabbit blowing a curved pipe.
 

The white pillow like forms have turned into a transparent bubble.
 

The barque itself has been turned into the cloth draped down the sides of the chair.
 

The three rudders have been turned into three heads of the people at the front of the crowd on the right.

The demon sitting on a high chair from  The Garden of Earth Delights
(1503-1515) by Hieronymus Bosch


http://alienexplorations.blogspot.co.uk/1979/01/examples-of-depictions-of-sokar.html
The Henu Barque from The Papyrus of Ani


b) Details within the details
On a further level Oryx head becomes abstract black animal head
 

Bulls horns become the face in the mirror
 

Oryx horns become the frame of the mirror
 

Vertical rope hanging from the bulls horns and horizontal pole become arm green limbs with branches

White pillow or pile of sand become the sitting naked female 





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