Nile

This fusion resulted in Hermaphroditus being depicted as having both male and female genitalia.

Animals

The bull

The Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the oldest known literary works, features the Bull of Heaven sent by the goddess Ishtar to punish Gilgamesh

Historically, the Nile Delta had seven main distributaries that carried the river’s waters into the Mediterranean Sea.

The Hyksos, whose name is often translated as “rulers of foreign lands,” were Semitic people who originated from the Levant.

Aegyptiaca

Pre-dynastic Rulers

Pre-dynastic Rulers refers to the period in ancient Egyptian history before the 1st dynasty and after the ruler Horus.

Herodotus

Account of Menes

Menes instructed the people in the worship of the gods and in the practice of living together in cities.

Manetho divided the rulers of Egypt into 30 (or sometimes 31) dynasties, beginning with the semi-mythical First Dynasty and extending to the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great.

Herodotus

Account of Sethos

In gratitude for the divine intervention, Sethos is said to have erected a statue of himself holding a mouse

Herodotus

Account of Cheops

Herodotus describes Cheops (also known as Khufu) and his building of the Great Pyramid in Book 2, Chapter 124-127 of “Histories”

Herodotus, the ancient Greek historian, wrote that Egyptian history spanned over 11,340 years before his own time. This assertion is found in his work Histories

Atlantis

Poseidon

Poseidon divides Atlantis into ten portions, each ruled by one of his sons, with the eldest son, Atlas, ruling the central and most important part.

Ignatius Donnelly

The Colonies of Atlantis

Atlantean trading posts evolved into settlements, spreading into the interior regions and the highlands

The pervasive reverence for the Cross, the myth of the Garden of Eden, and the construction of pyramids across ancient civilizations point to a shared cultural memory and religious symbolism

Ignatius Donnelly

The God Odin, Woden, or Wotan

It is plausible that the Scandinavian Olympus was Atlantis. Odin is depicted as a grave, elderly man with a long beard, carrying a spear, and accompanied by two dogs and two ravens

Mythical

Phoenix

A phoenix is a mythical bird known for its cycle of death and rebirth, featuring prominently in various mythologies, particularly those of ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome

Why should we care about ancient history? Exploring the past isn’t just for historians; it’s a way for all of us to discover valuable lessons from how people lived and thought long ago.

The name “Egypt” has an intriguing etymology rooted in ancient history. The term “Hwt-ka-Ptah” is a key element in this linguistic journey.

The holy trinities in religious, mythological, or cultural contexts, represent complex ideas through a structure of three interconnected entities.

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.

Tatunca Nara told of the tribe of the Ugha Mongulala, a people who were “chosen by the Gods” 15,000 years ago. He described two great catastrophes that had devastated the earth and spoke of the ruler Lhasa

These cities of the Sumerian civilization contributed to the development of writing, agriculture, architecture, culture and governance.

Beings from the star system Sirius often referred to as “Sirians,” are thought to have played a significant role in the development and guidance of ancient Earth civilizations.

History

Our history

The Ubaid civilization (5900-4000 BCE) The Ubaid civilization was located in Mesopotamia, and it is considered to be the earliest known civilization in the region. The Ubaid people were known for their advanced agricultural practices, as well as their use of irrigation systems and pottery. The Indus Valley civilization (3300-1300 BCE) The Indus Valley civilization … Read more