When how and why?
We know of Egypt as a country in North Eastern Africa where life is concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River. What is referred to as Ancient Egypt is the period before 1000 A.D. extending back to about 5000 B.C. when the Sahara region was transforming from savannah to desert with the lakes and rivers drying up.
This forced the population to move and many would have gone into the Nile Valley where many historians say the early civilisation of Egypt came into being as one of six civilizations to arise within what’s referred to as the pre-dynastic period from 5500 to 3000 BC.
Historians tell us that Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC
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The mysteries associated with Egypt
The Pyramid Code is a made-for-television documentary series of 5 episodes made over 2010/2011 and released in 2015/2016 that explores the pyramid fields and ancient temples in Egypt as well as ancient megalithic sites around the world looking for clues to matriarchal consciousness, ancient knowledge and sophisticated technology in a Golden Age.
The series is based on the extensive research done in 25 trips to Egypt and 51 other countries around the world by Dr. Carmen Boulter formerly from the Graduate Division of Educational Research at the University of Calgary in Canada.
Modern archaeological science believes that it has the world nicely understood and that we modern humans have been on earth for some 200,000
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And great events affecting Earth
These time periods are arbitrarily assigned by humans, designed to coincide with major changes which took place on the planet.
The purpose here is not to go into the detail of tectonic plate movement, ice ages and the yuga time periods but to remind researchers that when they are considering global history, plate movement/location, climate change, magnetic alignment and other earth changes should be factored into any discussion. For instance discussion of Lemuria being in the Indian Ocean or the Indian lost continent of Kumari Kandam.
The great ages of the earth are labelled by archaeologists as follows with more detail in the lower right image:
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Concepts of the Yugas, Astrological signs and Axial Precession
As I have so often said, we know very little about our history and the history that we think we know has been purposefully written to glamorise certain individuals and conceal unpleasant truths.
The idea of the time period referred to as a ‘yuga cycle’ has existed within Indian culture for thousands of years and interest about it only surfaced in the West when modern science discovered something called axial precession.
Within India that has been a great deal of misunderstanding about the yuga cycle which some pundits understood as being in the millions of years and somehow related to the birth and death of the physical universe which of course
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And the concept of time in history
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“The time concept of modern archaeology, and modern anthropology in general, resembles the general cosmological-historical time concept of Europe’s Judeo-Christian culture. Differing from the cyclical cosmological-historical time concepts of the early Greeks in Europe, and the Indians and others in Asia, the Judeo-Christian cosmological-historical time concept is linear and progressive.
“Hindu historical literatures, particularly the Puranas and Itihasas, place human existence in the context of repeating time cycles called yugas – thousands of years, and kalpas, lasting hundreds of millions of years. During this entire time, according to the Puranic accounts, humans coexisted with creatures in some ways resembling the earlier tool making hominids of
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“Time is not just a concept that we invented; it is deep-rooted in the system, in the very way we are made.” – Sadhguru.
If you really think about it, you will realise that we know very little about our history. What history we think we know or believe is from the stories and books compiled by those who won the battles and the accounts are designed to make them look good; not the truth.
The archaeological record gives us some independent ideas about what may have happened in the past, but deciphering the archaeological record is no easy task especially as there are many complicated factors such as human
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