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History of ancient Egypt The history of Ancient Egypt spans the period from the early predynastic settlements of the northern Nile Valley to the Roman conquest in 30 BC. The Pharaonic Period is dated from around 3200 BC, when Lower and Upper Egypt became a unified state, until the country fell under Greek rule in 332 BC. Chronology Note For alternative 'revisions' to the chronology of Egypt, see Egyptian chronology. Egypt's history is split into several different periods according to the ruling dynasty of each pharaoh. Predynastic Period (Prior to 3100 BC)Protodynastic Period (Approximately 3100–3000 BC)Early Dynastic Period (1st–2nd Dynasties)Old Kingdom (3rd–6th Dynasties)First Intermediate Period (7th–11th Dynasties)Middle Kingdom (12th–13th Dynasties)Second Intermediate Period (14th–17th Dynasties)New Kingdom (18th–20th Dynasties)Third Intermediate Period (21st–25th Dynasties) (also known as the Libyan Period)Late Period (26th–31st Dynasties) Neolithic Egypt Neolithic period Dynastic Egypt
ENKI-SATAN'S VICTORY God-Creator of Mankind (I repeat deliberately certain general or internal factual aspects of the Annunakis. Their genealogy is complex and the analogies between the various aspects, cultures, regions and "myths" not always easy to crosscheck.). I - MARDUK / RÂ AND THE CHRONOLOGY OF FACTSMARDUK whose name means " son of pure origin " always considered himself dispossessed, as his father Enki has been, from the power granted to every first-born of a royal family. It is a “funny” incident which is going to ignite. Inanna / Ishtar, (below) his great-niece, twin sister of Utu/Shamash decides to appropriate them for herself in order " to govern the world ". When Enki " is opened to discussion ", Inanna begs him: (source Lost Book, p 280 and following ones). - Show me the “ME”, let me hold them in hand! Enlil, (below) learning about such a mess visits Enki, furious. Even if this kind of experience will arrive to Enki only once, it is necessary to tell him all the story. (nb. Some comments... But Marduk persists.
Ancient Egyptian creation myths The sun rises over the circular mound of creation as goddesses pour out the primeval waters around it Ancient Egyptian creation myths are the ancient Egyptian accounts of the creation of the world. The Pyramid Texts, tomb wall decorations and writings, dating back to the Old Kingdom (2780 – 2250 B.C.E) have given us most of our information regarding early Egyptian creation myths. These myths also form the earliest religious compilations in the world. The ancient Egyptians had many creator gods and associated legends. Thus the world or more specifically Egypt was created in diverse ways according to different parts of the country. Common elements Another common element of Egyptian cosmogonies is the familiar figure of the cosmic egg, a substitute for the primeval waters or the primeval mound. Cosmogonies Hermopolis Heliopolis Memphis The Memphite version of creation centered on Ptah, who was the patron god of craftsmen. Thebes References
Papal Bull Background A Papal Bull is a formal document issued by a Roman Death Cult Pontiff upon a major act of law, curse or claim to extend the power of the Cult over its claimed domination of the world, all nations, all people, all law and all religions. All legitimate Papal Bulls were issued on human skin, usually the skin of a sacrificed child, or some famous heretic. Forgeries are on calf skin or some other lesser medium. The first legitimate Papal Bull is probably around 1136 called Ex commisso nobis by Pope Innocent II in the claimed excommunication of the Saxon (German) Pope at Magdeburg. Unfortunately, many of the key Papal Bulls are missing (such as 1249) and most have been deliberately forged over the centuries onto calf or sheep skin, to re-write history and hide their original form on human skin. Original source and concept of Papal Bulls Official Papal Method for creating Vellum/Parchment for Bulls Concerning the Victim of the Art The highest form- succession of form
Ancient World Pentagram Background The pentagram originates as one of the oldest religious symbols and was associated from its very birth with both a belief in its supernatural powers and rituals of human sacrifice. In mathematics, a pentagram (sometimes known as a pentalpha or pentangle) is the shape of a five-pointed star drawn with five straight strokes. The word pentagram comes from the Greek word πεντάγραμμον (pentagrammon), a form of πεντάγραμμος (pentagrammos) or πεντέγραμμος (pentegrammos), a word meaning roughly "five-lined" or "five lines". The earliest known use of a pentagram in any culture was found in Mesopotamia cultures during the earliest civilizations from around 2,500 to 3,500 BCE. In turn, the word UB (original name for pentagram) literally signified the most important religious ceremony of the various Sumer cities at which they sacrificed people to their most important female goddess, the "Queen of Heaven" also known as Inanna/Ishtar and in later centuries known as Athena/Cybele and Venus.
13 Originals The history of the original 13 colonies is a tangled tale indeed. There are many ways to view the events and, in hind sight, it is easy to think you understand. But no one knew where they were headed at the time and it could have ended up very different. A Map of the Colonies At the End of the Revolution A new Colonial Time Line Hargrett Rare Library Map Collection - Colonial America Boundaries of the Contiguous United States - Animation Other maps from the Colonial Period (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) Colonial Charters, Grants and Related Documents [ Massachusetts | Rhode Island | Connecticut | New Hampshire ] [ New York | Delaware | New Jersey | Pennsylvania ] [ Virginia | Maryland | North Carolina | South Carolina | Georgia ] Charter to Sir Walter Raleigh : 1584Everybody remembers Jamestown, Capt. Based on George Weymouth's accounts of voyages to the New England area in 1606, two private companies were formed to seek a patent for colonization on the Atlantic Coast.
Introduction to Gematria – Hebrew Numerology In Hebrew, each letter possesses a numerical value. Gematria is the calculation of the numerical equivalence of letters, words, or phrases, and, on that basis, gaining, insight into interrelation of different concepts and exploring the interrelationship between words and ideas. Here is a basic introduction to Gematria that discusses different systems for identifying the numerical equivalence of individual letters, how these letters can be calculated according to the implicit word-value of their names. The assumption behind this technique is that numerical equivalence is not coincidental. There are four ways to calculate equivalence of individual letters: Absolute ValueOrdinal ValueReduced ValueIntegral Reduced value The Tikunei Zohar explains that the concept of reduced value is related to the spiritual world of Yetzirah. Main Index of Gematria (Hebrew Numerology) Tools and Resources
Ancient Egypt Ancient Egypt was an ancient civilization of Northeastern Africa, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in what is now the modern country of Egypt. It is one of six civilizations globally to arise independently. Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC (according to conventional Egyptian chronology) with the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first pharaoh. The history of ancient Egypt occurred in a series of stable Kingdoms, separated by periods of relative instability known as Intermediate Periods: the Old Kingdom of the Early Bronze Age, the Middle Kingdom of the Middle Bronze Age and the New Kingdom of the Late Bronze Age. History Map of ancient Egypt, showing major cities and sites of the Dynastic period (c. 3150 BC to 30 BC) Predynastic period A typical Naqada II jar decorated with gazelles. In Predynastic and Early Dynastic times, the Egyptian climate was much less arid than it is today. Early Dynastic Period (c. 3050 –2686 BC)