Brother AACOOLDRE : Who was first King of Egypt?

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The first King of Egypt

    Dynasty 0:

    1.King Crocodile
    2.King Scorpion 1
    3.King Scorpion 2

    King Scorpion may have invented writing for Egyptian. His tomb one of first prototypes of Pyramids.

    Lower and upper Egypt was called mountains with the sign of a pyramid before pyramids were built. The name of the mountain sounds the same as hebrew for Jew.This means jews were originaly Black Egyptians and their flag symbol of two interlocking pyramids is Egyptians.
     
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    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Menes was about 6 or 7th from King Crocodile
     
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    Abraham went to Egypt in 2200 BC King Scorpion beat him by a thousand years and called mountains/pyramids "Jew". Therefore they get their name and symbol from Egypt. See some of the works of John Darnell an Egyptologist from Yale.Everything I mentioned here was talked about on the history Channell on "The real scorpion King"
     
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    This is real they have found the tomb of King Scorpion. This is great because Egypt is the mother of all religions.
     
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    I wonder if the essay plutarch wrote "Isis and Horus" may be a reflection of the scorpion King. The Scorpion was the first to use the falcon of Horus. Plutarch states Horus battled Set for control of Egypt. The scorpion King did battle with another king who wore the symbols of set the god of confusion.

    Dear Mr. Austin,


    Thank you for the note. Unfortunately I do not yet have a semi-popular publication ready (I spend so much time in the desert, and then teaching when I am back in the States, that the scholarly publications take all of my time). That said, there is a scholarly initial publication of the Scorpion tableau, along with 89 other rock inscriptions, from two of the desert sites at which I have been working. That work is:


    J.C. Darnell, (with contributions by Deborah Darnell, Renée Friedman, and Stan Hendrickx) , The Theban Desert Road Survey I: The Rock Inscriptions of Gebel Tjauti in the Theban Western Desert, Part 1, and the Rock Inscriptions of the Wadi el H„ôl, Part 1. Chicago., 2002


    You can certainly find it on-line, directly available from the David Brown Book Company in Connecticut now (Oxbow books in the UK). It has photographs, facsimile drawings, and detailed commentary.


    Sincerely, JCD
     
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    I meant "Isis and Osiris". Osiris has a tomb too. The Egyptians dont make tombs for non existing persons
     
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    The Greek and Roman writers of antiquity, basing their accounts on information received either first or second-hand from Egyptian sources, claimed a far greater antiquity for the Egyptian civilization, than that currently established by Egyptologists. These Egyptian sources called for antiquity ranging from 24,000 and 36,000 years during which Egypt was civilized.
    The Greco-Egyptian historian Manetho (3rd century BCE), under the early Ptolemies, wrote the only substantive history of Egypt to come down to us. He gathered his information from Egyptian records. A few pre-dynastic inscribed tablets and papyri have been found, but all were incomplete because of their remote age. Manetho acknowledged greater antiquity of the Egyptian history. However, because of the overwhelming task, he chose Menes as a starting point, about 3,000 years earlier.
    Manetho started with Menes and then divided the entire chronicle of events into 31 dynasties, from Mena (Menes) to the time of Alexander the Great in 332 BCE. However, Ancient Egyptian history is much older than the dynastic history, based on the following facts:

    Temples throughout Egypt make reference to being originally built much earlier than its dynastic history. For example, the texts inscribed in the crypts of the temple of Het-Heru at Dendera clearly state that the temple that was restored during the Ptolemaic Era was based on drawings dating back to King Pepi of the 6th Dynasty (2400 BCE). The drawings themselves are copies of pre-dynastic documents.


    The 40,000 items of stone jars and vessels found underneath the 3rd Dynasty pyramid of Zoser were crafted in previous eras, and were collected and stored by Zoser underneath his pyramid.


    The Greek and Roman writers of antiquity, basing their accounts on information received either first or second-hand from Egyptian sources, claimed a far greater antiquity for the Egyptian civilization than that currently established by academicians. These Egyptian sources called for antiquity ranging from 24,000 and 36,000 years during which Egypt was civilized.


    Herodotus reported that he was informed by Egyptian priests that the sun had twice set where it now rose, and twice risen where it now set. The statement makes a clear indication of the progressional cycles of the equinox. The progression results in the rising against a different sign of the Zodiac approximately every two thousand years. This would mean that the Egyptians counted their history back for at least a cycle and a half, some 36,000 years. This is in a general agreement with other accounts and evidential findings.
     
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    THE AEGYPTIACA OF MANETHO
    MANERHO”S HISTORY OF EGYPT

    BOOK 1

    Fragment from Eusebius

    From The Egyptian History of Manetho, who composed his account in three books. These deal with the Gods, the Demigods, the spirits of the dead, and the mortal Kings who ruled Egypt down to Darius,King of the Persians.

    1. The first man in Egypt is Hephaestus (Ptah) who is also renowned among the Egyptians as the discover of fire. His son, Helios (the sun), was succeeded by Sosis: then follow, in turn, Cronos,Osiris, Typhon, brother of Osiris, and lastly Horus, son of Osiris and Isis. These were the first to hold sway in Egypt. Thereafter, the Kingship passed from one to another in unbroken succession.

    See Loeb Classical Library Translated by W.G Waddell

    Richard Poe stated in his book Black Spark White Fire: “Mantheo called him the “first man”-implying that Ptah was originally a human being.The fact that Ptah was always portrayed as a mummy with a distinctly human head-rather than an animal head-seems to confirm that the Egyptians viewed Ptah as a real human ancestor, an earthly king who became a god only after his death” p.223

    Cheikh Anta Diop wrote: “To Amelineau we owe the discovery of Osiris tomb at Abydos, thanks to which Osiris could no longer be considered a mythical hero but an historic personage, an initial ancestor of the Pharaohs, a black ancestor, as was his sister, Isis. Thus we can understand why the Egyptians painted their gods black as coal, in the image of their race.”p.75 of The African Origins of Civilization

    In Chapter 13 of “Historical deception” Moustafa Gadalla writes: “Thee first Pharaoh of Egypt… Menes was neither the first Pharaoh of Egypt” p.81

    I’ve been wondering if King Scorpion was the first to use the falcon of Horus to help symbolize that he was a king, could Scorpion be a the real Horus. Plutarch writes that Horus battled Set and King Scorpion battled a King who used the symbol of Set.

    In King Scorpion tomb we have writing that predates its neighbors. In its writing Egypt is called sunrise/sunset in the shape of mountains/pyramids called “Jew”. Not of that but later writings in the Egyptian Book of the dead we see Horus father Osiris : “Hail to thee O great God, falcon of the double solar mountain”. We can see these mountains on the Popes mitre (crown) and now know peter's keys of gold/silver comes from egypt's sunrise/sunset gold/sun silver/moon. We see the name Israel comming from Isis/moon and Ra/the sun. We see the word Catholic comming from Ra the cat/ sun and Hathor/the moon
     
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    The first king was AUSAR...

    As for the beginning for the Dyanstic Period - this is good information. Narmer was the first King but there was likely others before him.
     
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