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Khem – Zep Tepi

Names

  • Khem
  • Gain-Ebedis (Atlantis time)
  • Tul-sud

Characteristics

  • Use of papyrus
  • Creation of the pyramids (Sirian people)
  • Mahat Kai – Doors of the universe
  • Ater Tumti -> Bringing heaven on earth
  • Different levels of
  • mhs shm -> 7 laws
  • Ammanenumotyni
  • Nile -> Spine of the world
  • The New Atlantis (second mother civilization)
  • Singing, words, vibrations
  • Agriculture people, builders of our towns, politicians, priests(ess)
  • Switching power through temples
  • Many priests ruled at the same time, but each one in different time periods.
  • Speak with the water of the sea, the blood inside & the moon
  • Everything with a mind has water within
  • Djed – energy fields
  • Savana – See Elephants, lions, birds

Emerald Tablet I: The History of Thoth the Atlantean

Fast we fled toward the sun of the morning, until beneath us lay the land of the children of Khem. Raging, they came with cudgels and spears lifted in anger seeking to slay and utterly destroy the Sons of Atlantis. Then raised I my staff and directed a ray of vibration, striking them still in their tracks as fragments of stone of the mountain.

Then spoke I to them in words calm and peaceful, telling them of the might of Atlantis, saying we were children of the Sun and its messengers.

Cowed I them by my display of magic-science, until at my feet they groveled, when I released them.

Long dwelt we in the land of Khem, long and yet long again. Until obeying the commands of the Master, who while sleeping yet lives eternally, I sent from me the Sons of Atlantis, sent them in many directions, that from the womb of time wisdom might rise again in her children.

Long time dwelt I in the land of Khem, doing great works by the wisdom within me. Upward grew into the light of knowledge the children of Khem, watered by the rains of my wisdom. Blasted I then a path to Amenti so that I might retain my powers, living from age to age a Sun of Atlantis, keeping the wisdom, preserving the records.

Great grew the sons of Khem, conquering the people around them, growing slowly upwards in Soul force. Now for a time I go from among them into the dark halls of Amenti, deep in the halls of the Earth, before the Lords of the Powers, face to face once again with the Dweller.

Built I the Great Pyramid, patterned after the pyramid of earth force, burning eternally so that it, too, might remain through the ages.

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Geology

The Nile entered into the Atlantic Ocean. What is now the Sahara was an inhabited land and very fertile. What is now the central portion of this country, or the Mississippi basin, was then all in the ocean; only the plateau was existent, or the regions that are now portions of Nevada, Utah and Arizona formed the greater part of what we know as the United States…

Edgar Cayce reading 364-13
Created by Leinhart Hol in 1482, Based on Ptolemy’s world map, circa 150AD

Rulers of the Old Egypt

before the split in the north and South

Osiris

Osiris, Ancient Egypt’s God of the Underworld, symbolized death and resurrection. He played a key role in the Nile’s annual flooding, vital for Egyptian agriculture. Osiris was murdered by his brother Set, scattered across Egypt, and resurrected by his wife Isis, resulting in the birth of their son Horus.

Isis

Isis, Goddess of the Moon, protector of women and children, resurrected her husband Osiris and aided her son Horus in avenging his murder. She remained a central figure in Ancient Egyptian mythology, with the Temple of Philae dedicated to her.

Horus

Horus, the God of the Sky and War, avenged his father Osiris against his uncle Set, becoming the king of Egypt. There are multiple variations of Horus in Egyptian mythology, including the merging with Ra to form Ra-Horakhty.

Set

Set, the antagonist in the Osiris myth, was the God of Chaos, Violence, Deserts, and Storms. He murdered Osiris out of jealousy and attempted to destroy his nephew, Horus.

Sobek

Sobek, depicted as a crocodile-headed god, was honored alongside Horus at the Nile-side temple of Kom Ombo. He played a role in creating the Nile and was associated with fierceness.

Ra

Ra, Ancient Egypt’s Creator God, shaped Earth, Heaven, and the Underworld, along with all living creatures. Pharaohs often claimed to be the personification of Ra on Earth, constructing sun temples like the one in Heliopolis.

Ptah

Ptah, part of the Triad of Memphis, was worshipped as a God of Craftsmen and Builders. During the Abu Simbel Sun Festival, his statue remained in darkness as the sun illuminated the temple.

Hathor

Hathor, the Goddess of Motherhood and Fertility, often depicted as a cow, was passionately worshipped by women. The temple complex of Dendera houses the most famous Temple of Hathor.

Anubis

Anubis, recognizable for his jackal head, was associated with death and the afterlife. Tombs and mastabas were considered his places of worship.

Amon

Amon rose to prominence in the New Kingdom and merged with the Sun God Re after a military victory. One of the largest temple complexes at Karnak is dedicated to Amon-Re.

Geb

Geb, the God of the Earth and Father of Snakes, was also the father of Osiris, Isis, and Set. He was depicted with a goose on his head.

Nut

Nut, the Goddess of the Sky and wife to Geb, was the mother of Osiris, Isis, and Set. She is often portrayed as a woman with a body of stars, protecting Geb from the night sky.

    Parallels with Sumerian Gods

    Osiris (Egyptian) – Tammuz (Sumerian):

    Both Osiris and Tammuz are associated with fertility, life, and death. They share similarities in their roles as vegetation deities and their connection to agricultural cycles.

    Isis (Egyptian) – Inanna/Ishtar (Sumerian):

    Isis and Inanna/Ishtar are both goddesses associated with love, fertility, and, in some aspects, war. They share roles as powerful and compassionate female deities.

    Horus (Egyptian) – Ninurta (Sumerian):

    Horus and Ninurta are both associated with war and victory. They are warrior deities who played roles in protecting their respective pantheons.

    Set (Egyptian) – Enlil (Sumerian):

    Set and Enlil both have associations with storms and chaos. While Set is more directly associated with chaos and violence, Enlil, as the god of wind and storms, can be seen as a parallel.

    Sobek (Egyptian) – Enki (Sumerian):

    Sobek and Enki are both associated with water. Sobek is a crocodile god, often linked to the Nile, while Enki is associated with freshwater, wisdom, and creation.

    Ra (Egyptian) – Utu/Shamash (Sumerian):

    Ra and Utu/Shamash are both solar deities associated with the sun. They play roles in bringing light and order to the world.

    Anubis (Egyptian) – Nergal (Sumerian):

    Anubis, associated with death and the afterlife, shares some similarities with Nergal, who is also linked to the underworld and considered a god of war and death.

      Parallels with Nordic Gods

      Osiris (Egyptian) – Balder (Norse):

      Both Osiris and Balder are associated with life, fertility, and light. Balder, the god of beauty and light in Norse mythology, shares some thematic similarities with Osiris.

      Isis (Egyptian) – Frigg (Norse):

      Isis and Frigg are both powerful maternal figures in their respective pantheons. They are associated with fertility, motherhood, and have connections to the fate of their family members.

      Horus (Egyptian) – Tyr (Norse):

      Horus, as a god associated with war and protection, shares some similarities with Tyr, the Norse god of war and justice.

      Set (Egyptian) – Loki (Norse):

      Set and Loki both have associations with chaos and mischief. While their characteristics are not identical, there are some thematic parallels in their roles as disruptors.

      Ra (Egyptian) – Sol (Norse):

      Ra and Sol are both associated with the sun. Ra is a creator sun god, while Sol is a personification of the sun in Norse mythology.

      Anubis (Egyptian) – Hel (Norse):

      Anubis, with his association with death and the afterlife, can be loosely compared to Hel, the Norse goddess of the underworld.

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