Egypt: New chronology

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Before 4000 to 5000, years ago they looked at our past as a golden age. They knew the darkness would come. They have seen themselves that the quality of (spiritual) consciousness is decreasing, that worse times are waiting for them, and that chaos is coming. They mention records from different cultures. Everyone before the beginning of the Dark Ages writes that it's going downhill with humankind - it's getting worse.

The Golden Ages are periods of enlightenment in which civilization achieves the highest spiritual, architectural and artistic flowering. It is believed that in the silver age (the period around the turning point between the Golden Age and the Dark Age) there was a spiritual decline. The turning point was around 4500 BCE. The silver age then continued into 550 BCE, when the Dark Age occurred, which corresponds to the traditional dating of the Iron Age period.

After that, the cycle returns, again through the beginning of 4500 CE Silver Age to the next golden age. The turning point dates back to 8500 CE.

John Anthony West

John Anthony West

One whole kaliugy cycle is approximately 26000 years.

JAWest: The ancient Egyptians give their sovereigns the names and the time of rule. When you add up all of this, you will be in approximately 36000 BCE. At the same time, this date corresponds to the ancient Indian civilization, which also gives the date 40000 BCE. Both civilizations documented the conviction that this is their beginning. It is remarkable that this is a one-half precession cycle. That's the previous one Golden age.

The Sphinx recalls its appearance constellation of the lion, on which Sphinga looked at 10500 BCE. Date (10500 BCE) recognizes Graham Hancock a Robert Bauval, as the supposed date of the Sphinx, and possibly the pyramid in Giza. John A. West are reluctant to believe that, and rather clone to the idea that the Sphinx is much older. The reason is that glaciers and large melting around 10500 BCE

Sphinx 1910

Sphinx 1910

catastrophe - the flood of the world. JA West says: the lion symbolizes me, but in my opinion, in 10500 BCE there was no one who had the knowledge and technology to put it. We have to go on. The closest golden age is in 36000 BCE. By the same logic, the entire complex in Giza can be much older.

Historical texts indicate that initiation could have been taken from the Nile ship directly at the pyramids of Giza. The current Nile Channel is 15km westward and separates Giza from Cairo. From a geological point of view, it must have lasted several tens of thousands of years before the Nile river bed moved eastward in a substantial part of its length. There are hundreds of kilometers in some sections.

A similar problem is in the Tuahuanaco area of ​​Mexico, which is currently at 80 km from Lake Titicaca, although it was formerly directly at it.

The 21.12.2012 date is the astronomical day when the period of ascension to the next began golden age. So we are in the early stages of accelerating ...

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5 comments on "Egypt: New chronology"

  • Standa Standa says:

    A few comments:

    - The fact that the world is going downhill, that the youth are corrupted and that our youth is better, always gets older. You will always find someone who will say something like that. To prove these histories with a history of history is, in my view, rather foolish.

    - Why would anyone need to build a Sphin? Was not it just enough to taste the rock that naturally stood there?

    • Sueneé says:

      ad 1 - what is described in the article I would say is of other quality if generational complaints such as "what you allow, we did not think about it".

      Kalijugy are periodic cycles and are based on the movement of stars and planets in our Space. There are periodically (in the order of tens of thousands of years) forces that we know very little about today. Yet they are described in some (pre) historical records.

      ad 2 - Skalka, do you mean the stop here in PHA? : D It is really a huge rock garden. It is said that the nucleus is probably a monolith (cut into the rock). The finish is finished. There is, of course, the question of whether this has always been the case, or it has arisen during (apparently) numerous reconstructions.

      Interestingly, the front feet are disproportionately larger than the rear. That's why somebody came up with the theory that it did not have to be a lion, but he was jackal. This is an interesting idea, but the left anatomy of the body (the back, including the lion's tail) does not match it. Moreover, it would not make sense with the constellation of stars. In Dendera on the ceiling slab with the constellation jackal (aka Anubis), if I remember correctly, it is not.

      I personally prefer the version that it was a lion with everything, that it is quite possible that it was cut out like a monolith from what was originally here. The excavated stone served as a building material for surrounding temples.

      Depending on what the surrounding walls are and how the Sphinx is weathered, I suppose it is from some soft stone (limestone?). If it has gone through floods and at least one flood of the world, then the next generation could have tried to keep the cult of the lion (ie they knew the context) or, on the contrary, came up with a completely different concept that, after many modifications between generations, resulted in the enlargement of the front paws and the complete overlapping heads to our familiar form.

      To attribute the face to a pharaoh I am reluctant, because as we have dealt with here in the case of Ramses II, many sovereigns have appropriated statues and, therefore, the form that was perceived by our perspective as an ideal of beauty-not much in common with what it looked like really…

      • Standa Standa says:

        By what criteria do you compare the quality? Could you find one or two records that are the highest quality according to your criteria?

        Regarding natural cycles: There are many of them. We would probably have to take one after another and try to judge the magnitude of their significance for the various follow-ups.

        Regarding the Sphinx:

        The fact that it is carved in place is evident from the fact that it has the same layers as the rock around it.

        The surrounding area and the sphinx form a soft shell.

        At least one "flood" had to be recorded - when millions of years of limestone deposited, which later served as a material on both the Sphing and the Pyramids.

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