Omowale Jabali : Misconceptions of "Egyptology"

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  1. Omowale Jabali

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    Lets begin with a simple definition of "Egyptology".

    "Egyptology is the study of Ancient Egypt and Egyptian antiquities and is a regional and thematic branch of the larger disciplines of ancient history and archaeology. A practitioner of the discipline is an Egyptologist, though Egyptology is not exclusive to such practitioners."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egyptology

    Lets now look at the development of the field.

    "Egyptology investigates the range of Ancient Egyptian cultures from the 5th millennium BC up to the end of Pagan religion in the 4th century AD. One of the first historical accounts of Egypt was given by Manetho, an Egyptian priest, during the reign of Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II in the 3rd century BC."

    According to this statement, prior to Manetho "historical acoounts" of Egypt were nonexistant.

    In previous threads I have spoken about "problems with chronology". Lets look again to the wiki.

    "There are many open problems concerning Ancient Egypt, and some of them may never be solved. Egyptian archaeology is in a state of constant transition, with much of the terminology and chronology in dispute. The archaeological record is incomplete, with countless relics and artifacts missing or destroyed.. New archaeological discoveries can call into question previous conclusions about Ancient Egypt. Furthermore, there are internal problems of overall cohesion of various dynasties and there are problems reconciling the Egyptian civilization with other concurrent civilizations."

    While I will not argue against this statement I will add that "countless relics and artifacts" were STOLEN, which accounts for their "missings", while others were "purposely destroyed".

    Interestingly, the list of "Egyptologists" accompanying this article makes no mention of Gerald Massey or E.A. Wallis Budge.

    Budge is listed on the separate "List of Egyptologists".

    In this context consider the following,

    "Demotists are Egyptologists who specialize in the study of the Demotic language and field of Demotic Studies."

    http://lexicorient.com/e.o/demotic.htm

    Since Demotic Script was in usage prior to the birth of Manetho and the Ptolomaic period it seems as if it had to have been in usage as a means of "recording Ourstory" prior to the written records of Manetho. Of course this is a theoretical postulation as I am not in a position to prove that any written "Historical" records exist.

    Therefore, I must rely in "sacred texts" written before Manetho's era, such as the Pyramid Texts, Coffin Texts and Book of Gates.

    if these books are not considered "historical", how are they classified?
     
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    Since much of the "historical records" of ancient Egypt were written in DEMOTIC this brings into question not only the validity of these texts but also the reliability of their source documents. "Egyptologists" have often overlooked or ignored texts written in MEROITIC, may of which remain undeciphered.

    Lets now look at the Meroitic script.

    http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/Bay/7051/mero.htm

    Accodingly, the "Ku****es" were "known in Egyptian as k-'-s-i. The Hebrew people called the Ku****es kus. In the cuneiform inscriptions the Sudanese were called Kusiya. In the Ethiopic inscriptians Ezana the Ku****es were called Kashi or Kasu. In Sumerian the Ku****es were called Melukha Kasi and Kasi=Kush."

    This article speaks to a possible relation between Meroitic and the Kushana language.

    "Using the comparative methods proposed by Hintze we have found that the Meroitic inscriptions are written in Tocharian, a language used as a lingua franca in Central Asia by the Kushana or Kush people. The Kushana people ruled Central Asia and India. Linguist prefer to call the Kushana language Tocharian, after the Sanscrit term for Kushana:Tu-kara."

    "There is structural, morphological and toponymic evidence which support the view that Tocharian is cognate to Meroitic."

    Essentially, these are the same group that was referred to by herodotus as "Eastern Ethiopians."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kushana

    Question:

    Was there an actual Ku****e [Kushana] presence in ancient INDIA?

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/afr/we/we17.htm
     
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    The KEY to this Knowledge is the Hebrew reference to the KUS [KHUS].

    http://www.wisdomworld.org/additional/ancientlandmarks/EgyptianImmortality.html

    http://www.sacred-texts.com/egy/leg/leg28.htm

    In connection with the TUAT,

    "Homage to thee. O thou who comest as the holy Soul of souls, who dwellest in the horizon. Homage to thee who art more glorious than [all] the gods and who illuminest the Tuat with thine Eye. Homage to thee who sailest in thy glory and who goest round about it in thy Disk."

    Sounds to me like the "MotherShip Connection".
     
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    The Divine Khu

    Questions:

    According to "Egyptology" who were the "Divine Khu" who dwelleth with RA?

    What was their "native Tongue"?
     
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    This brings me to the point of how the Kushana [Khu] or "Divine Souls" came to influence the theological systems in what we know today as India. In particular, how THEY were incorporated into "Buddhism", "Taoism" and "Hinduism", as well as "Theosophy" [Theological Philosophy].

    http://www.kheper.net/integral/self_and_higher_self.html

    The chart shows the "equivalencies" of the Kushana with the "oriental" cultures of the Far East, all of which have a known "Ku****ic" influence.

    In this context, we can equate Kushana or Khus with,

    Shen
    Ruh
    Purusha
    Chaitya Parusha
    Noetic Soul
    Buddhi
    Ahamkara
    Immortal Ego
    Soul, Higher Triad
    Psychic Being,
    Inner Being.
     
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    Memphite Theology


    This information clearly indicates a connection between the Kushana and the earlier Memphite Theology and veneration of PTAH, and the "Higher Triad" is the "triad" connected with Ptah worship.

    http://www.kenseamedia.com/egyptian_gods/memphis_triad.htm
     
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    Afterthought

    Carefully examine the following.
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    KHU-Fu
     
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    Something else to consider

    Egypt, or "Kemit" has been described by some as the "Land of the Black" and/or "Land of the Red". Various arguments have been raised concerning what these translate as.

    We know that "Horus" is usually symbolized as a "Hawk".

    I have begun to look at this differently. Instead of viewing these as descriptions of the Land, or the people, I am now looking at the "sacred animals". This presents a problem.

    The land of "Amenti" or "Amenta" is specifically referred to as the "West".

    WHERE in the "West" are there the existence of one, 1) the Red-tailed Hawk and 2) The Black Hawk?

    Are these indigenous to "Egypt", or somewhere else that "Black" people have inhabited?
     
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