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Colonies, Missions and Safe Havens

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« Reply #15 on: May 09, 2007, 03:33:20 pm »





EGYPT                                                                               continued



It could be speculated, of course, that the Neters were the original
Atlantean colonists, and the Shemsu Hor were the descendants of
matings between them and the indigenous populations. 

But one cannot help feeling that there are some ends here that are
not quite neatly tied, and I, for one, would like to have some further
evidence from a source other than psychism to set the Egyptian pre-
dynastic books in order.

As regards the chronology, with so little to go on, the tendency has
been for researchers to adjust the figures that are available from
various sources (some of which are highly suspect) to accommodate
their theories, which has resulted in a series of suggested dates for
the beginning of civilization in Egypt and the arrival of the first Atlan-
tean colonists on those shores, which range from 30,000 BC to
15,000 BC.

According to Herodotus, who was thus informed by one of his Egyptian
guides, "the sun had risen twice where it now set, and twice set where
it now rises", a passage that is seen by subsequent scholars as relating
to the Precessional Cycles.

This would place the foundation of Egypt at about 36,000 BC, in keeping
with the ROYAL PAPYRUS OF TURIN, which is, no doubt, guaranteed to
strain the credulity of many an establishment of orthodox learning.

However, according to an article in the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC entitled
"The Search for Modern Humans", a carved body of a man - the world's
earliest known anthropomorphic fugure, which pushes back in time evi-
dence of human ability to create symbols - has been excavated at the
32,000-year-old level in a cave in Hohlenstein, West Germany.

Years later, museum officials were presented with a beautifully carved
ivory lion muzzle that had been found in the same cave: it fitted the
statuette perfectly.
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