Black History Culture : Bonus: Origin of the Ancient Egyptian Calendar

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  1. dustyelbow

    dustyelbow Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Origin of the Ancient Egyptian Calendar

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    hmmmmmmmmm...

    there comes a time when certain people are drawn to study certain topics. "They", meaning caucasian historians and archaeologists have BEEN studying Africa. They can give you their "put together" tale of events based on findings and recorded data. However, there has not been talk of spiritual experiences occuring with these students of old. Maybe they don't write about them or maybe they don't have them at all. I'll listen to someone who has had an epiphany regarding Ancient Kemet and weigh it against archaeological discoveries and theories. Then and only then will I come up with the best conclusion.

    As far as the Egiptian calender, one of those professors noted Menes as being the peacemaker in joining lower and upper Egipt. It is also written that the father of Djoser was the one who joined the people of those lands. Anyhow, we know Egiptians used the sun to calculate time. So, Sothis influencing the early calenders is likely BUT, how can they be sure about the movements and actions of the stars so long ago? Meteorologists can barely keep track with the moon today! In conclusion, I listen to the spirit first and then the body.

    Thanks for the thesis, I enjoyed it.

    p.s Bankers, huh?
     
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