Egypt : Isaac Newton & The Ancient Egyptian Wisdom

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  1. skuderjaymes

    skuderjaymes Contextualizer Synthesizer MEMBER

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    * The ancient Egyptians were convinced that their first rulers were gods. Thoth was one of these. His reign on earth was said to have lasted 3,226 years. The advanced but secret scientific knowledge the ancient Egyptians possesed was given to mankind by this moon-god, Thoth, the Lord and multipler of time, the inventor of writing and of all wisdom, and the patron of music. The ancient Egyptians workshipped Thoth as 'the author of every work on every branch of knowledge, both human and divine... Freemasons also held Thoth as 'having played a major part in preserving knowledge of the mason craft and transmitting it to mankind after the flood... Copernicus said that he had arrived at his revolutionary insights by studying the secret writings of the ancient Egyptians 'including the hidden works of Thoth himself...' Kepler admitted that in formulating his laws of the planetary orbits he was merely 'stealing the golden vessels of the Egyptians'. Sir Isaac Newton stated that 'the Egyptians concealed mysteries that were above the capacity of the herd', such as 'the knowledge that the earth orbited the sun and not vice-versa'...

    * Sir Isaac Newton: ‘It was the most ancient opinion that the planets revolved about the sun, that the earth, as one of the planets, described an annual course about the sun, while by diurnal motion it turned on its axis, and that the sun remained at rest’... Newton spent a significant part of his adult life deeply immersed in hermetic and alchemical literature ( ) He was obsessed with the notion that a secret wisdom lay concealed within the pages of the scriptures (Daniel of the Old Testament and John of the New). He studies Hebrew in order to get involved himself in an exacting study of some twenty different versions of the book of Revelation. He then carried out a similarly meticulous exercise of the book of Ezekiel, and based on the information contained in this latter work, he produce a reconstruction of the floorplan of the Temple of Solomon for he was convinced this building was a cryptogram of the universe. Having deciphered this cryptogram, he believed that he would then know the mind of God...

    * J. M. Keynes on Newton: ‘Newton saw the whole universe and all that is in it as a secret which could be read by applying pure thought to certain evidence, certain mystic clues which God had hid about the world to allow a sort of philosopher’s treasure hunt to the esoteric brotherhood. He believed that these clues were to be found partly in certain papers and traditions handed down by the brethren in an unbroken chain back to the original cryptic revelation’... Newton once stated that the law of gravitation expounded in his Principia was not new but rather had been known and fully understood in ancient times. He had arrived at it by decoding the sacred literature of the past ages. He also described Thoth as a believer in the Copernican System. He later aligned himself with the German Physician and alchemist Michael Meier (1568-1622) who had argued that all the true adepts of science had derived their knowledge from the Egyptian moon-god...

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  2. Asomfwaa

    Asomfwaa Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Thanks for this. When I studied Cosmology in Undergraduate School, the Professor, whom I liked, openly ridiculed Kemet, claiming we thought a woman was the Sky and a man the ground. How foolish she.

    It's good to see that the famed Apple that taught Newton about gravity was the same Apple that taught so-called Adam and Eve that they were naked: Africa.


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