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It is at this point we need to go back to the ancient Egyptians to further understand The Greatest Story Ever Told.  Though all the essential pieces of the Christian story were long in existence before Egypt, it was the coming of the Pharaohs that the story was finally codified and became religious dogma.  Jordan Maxwell, Paul Tice & Alan Snow, That Old Time Religion

 

 

Ancient Egypt was a civilisation obsessed with the rituals of death.  Ancient Discoveries: Rituals of Death, National Geographic 2009

 

 

Egypt: hundreds of deposits ... Very good at extracting that gold ... All four goldsmiths are dwarfs.  Dr James Fox, A History of Art in Three Colours: Gold I, BBC 2012    

 

Howard Carter was a maverick who had come to Egypt in search of gold ... On 26th November 1922 Carter broke into the tomb of Tutankhamun ... 110 kilograms of solid gold.  ibid.

 

 

There’s no way to confirm even that the Israelites were slaves in Egypt.  The Bible Uncovered: Exodus aka Riddles of the Bible: Exodus Revealed

 

 

Faced with total catastrophe Pharaoh relents and the Hebrew slaves are set free.  The Old Testament says that Moses led more than 600,000 men, women and children out of Egypt on foot.  The Exodus symbolises the birth of Israel.  Moses guided the slaves to the Promised Holy Land where the capital of Jerusalem was eventually established.  The Ten Plagues of the Bible, Yesterday 2015

 

 

The conclusion is no Israelites ever dwelt in Egypt.  Dr Rolf Krauss

 

 

The authenticated ancient scrolls found at the Hemis monastery near Leh in Kashmir document the life of Saint Esa, leaving home at the age of thirteen, joining a merchant caravan, travelling the silk route, and arriving in India at the age of fourteen ... Esa continued his travels through India and Tibet and the holy cities ... He began teaching, performing miracles, and explaining the holy scriptures in monasteries and market bazaars.  As an adult Esa finally left India and Tibet and travelled to Alexandra, Egypt ... That’s where he last saw his mother Cleopatra alive.  The Bloodlines of the Illuminati, Who’s Who    

 

 

Jonathan Tokeley-Parry: The press called him Indiana Jones.  A daring tomb raider who looted ancient artefacts from Egypt.  His accomplices idolised him as a master of deception.  He was a top player in a dangerous game.  Masterminds e25: The Cairo Caper, truTV 2004

 

One of the most ingenious smugglers of the twentieth century.  ibid.

 

 

It was an elaborate swindle: disguising precision Egyptian antiquities as tourist souvenirs so they could be smuggled out of the country.  Art of the Heist s2e2: The Pharaoh’s Head

 

They belonged in the government store in Egypt.  ibid.

 

Ancient Egyptian artefacts began to flow freely from where they were discovered to collections in the West.  ibid.

 

Jonathan Tokeley-Parry ... A reputation as a brilliant antique restorer.  ibid.

 

 

Cocaine and nicotine – New World substances – found in Egyptian mummies from 1000 A.D.  Who Really Discovered America? History 2010

 

 

The Egyptians built monuments to the dead far larger than any to the living.  Mysteries of the Bible s3e9: Heaven & Hell, National Geographic 2006 

 

 

In Egypt the descent to the underworld began with a door inside the deceased persons tombs.  After passing through the door the departed spirit would face a series of hazards and trials uncannily similar to those of Xibalba.  Gates of Hell, 2010

 

 

For the first time in old world history, we have a major battle that was fought between nations, not only rivalling chiefdoms or rivalling cities, but the Hittites on the one side, and the Egyptians on the other.  Thomas Zimmerman, Associate Professor at Bilkent University

 

 

The barge she sat in, like a burnished throne,

Burned in the water; the poop was beaten gold,

Purple the sails, and so perfumed, that

The winds were love-sick with them, the oars were silver,

Which to the tune of flutes kept stroke, and made

The water which they beat to follow faster,

As amorous of their strokes.  For her own person,

It beggared all description.  William Shakespeare, Anthony & Cleopatra II ii @199

 

Egypt, thou know’st too well

My heart was to thy rudder tied by th’ strings,

And thou shouldst tow me after.  ibid.  III ix 56

 

 

The black market for selling antiquities was very bad.  Egypt was raped.  We call it the Rape of the Nile.  They raped the Nile.  They took this heritage out of the country.  And it’s now everywhere.  Dr Zahi Hawass

 

 

When a king died he became the sun-god.  He united with the sun as one person ... The biggest fear for the ancient Egyptian – that the king and the sun-god will not make this trip.  The world will end.  Dr Zahi Hawass

 

 

[Jean-Francois] Champollion as an adult had already worked out a brilliant decipherment of the hieroglyphics.  Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan, Cosmos: Encyclopedia Galactica, PBS 1980

 

 

Under the Temple of Seti, which is an immense temple and just filled with hieroglyphics, underneath that is a huge temple called the Osirian, and these huge mesolithic blocks – it’ll probably weigh ten or twelve tons each.  No hieroglyphics on these.  But they’re stacked up very similar to Stonehenge, but they are not rough rock like Stonehenge – these are perfectly finely cut pieces, that butt up against each other so perfectly, you can’t even put a piece of paper in there ... It obviously pre-dates the city temple.  Jim Marrs, interview Project Camelot

 

 

If you end up not paying [taxes] they get out the whips and they tie you to a poll, and thats what you get for not coming up with the money.  James Burke, Connections s1e1: The Trigger Effect, BBC 1978

 

In Egypt, where water is life, that kind of knowledge and the ability to control gives you the power to build empires.  ibid.

 

This place stops you dead: Karnak.  ibid.

 

The Egyptians build an empire and ran it with a handful of technology.  ibid.

 

 

3,500 years ago during the reign of King Thutmose III ancient Egypt was invaded by spherical UFOs which were described as circles of fire.  According to ancient papyrus these spherical UFOs filled the sky for several days.  In his fascinating book British author Matthew DeLois shows photos of strange alien reptiles some with the bodies of apes and heads of lizards.  These can be found on the walls of the Temple of Hathor.  Chris Everard, Secret Space II

 

 

If Bauval and Hancock are right, the implications are astounding: it means that ancient Egyptian civilisation was inherited from a lost people unknown to any mainstream historian.  Horizon: Atlantis Reborn Again, BBC 2000

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