Egyptology is the study of ancient Egyptian history, language, literature, religion, architecture and art from the 5th millennium BC until the end of its native religious practices in the 4th century AD. A practitioner of the discipline is an Egyptologist. Egyptology is a fascinating subject and one that can truly inspire, captivate and marvel you.

Due to the nature of Egypt’s esoteric information, one has to seriously consider that certain things we are told about Ancient Egypt may not be necessarily true, that there may be more to the story than we are told. This leads me to further divide Egyptology into two camps, conventional Egyptology and unconventional Egyptology. A ‘true’ or unconventional Egyptologist would have to seriously consider if the Giza complex was actually built in 2,500 BC or 10,000 BC. A true Egyptologist will have to seriously consider if the Egyptians were in contact with a superior race, of Extraterrestrial origin who would have helped them accomplish such wanders. If you are a true Egyptologist the following page will give you both conventional and unconventional sources to learn about and study Ancient Egypt, so you can make up your own mind.

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Table of Contents

15 Interesting Facts about
Ancient Egypt!

1) There Were Women Priests, Doctors, Drummers, Musicians And Beer Makers, And Land Owners In Ancient Egypt.

2) The Priests And Priestesses Of Amun Ra Shaved Their Heads Bald And The Rest Of Their Hair Off AH Of Their Bodies, Washed Themselves, Then Donned White Garments Which The Pilgrims In Mecca Imitate And Wear Today.

3) The Ptahites Were The First To Use The Arch, Not The Romans; And 9 Different Type Of Columns: The Photo-Doric Columns, The Lotus Column, Papyrus Cluster Column (With Closed Capital), Papyrus Cluster-Column (Ornamental One), Hathor Column, Calyx Capital, Composite Plant Capital, And Palm Capital.

4) Only 3.5 Percent Of The Total Land Area In Al Kham Is Cultivatable, Which Is Occupied By 98 Percent Of Its 60 Million People, Who Mostly Live By The Nile.

5) The Ancient Egyptian Name For Nome Was Sepat.

6) Tobacco Was Found In King Harnesses’Us Mummified Stomach.

7) In 1995 A.D Archaeologists Found The Largest And Most Unique Tomb Yet, That Went Undergound For 5 Miles, Which They Thought Was Unimportant, Until They Realized It Was The Tomb Of 50 Of Ramesses II’s Sons. The Tomb Also Contained Many Osiris Statues, Jewelry, Offering Chapels And Secret Chambers.

8) Egypt And Sudan Has A Hot Desert Climate, Where It Is Hot! (It Can Reach Up To 140 Degrees Fahrenheit) In The Day Time, And Can Become Very Cold At Night.

9) The Circumcision Of Young Girls (Cutting Off The Labia Majora And Labia Minora And Sewing Up Of The Clitoris, Except For A Small Hole, Used For Urination) That Is Practiced Throughout Ptah And Nubia Today, Was Passed Down And Practiced By The Pharaohs, To Protect Their Virgin Daughters, So The King And His Family’s Name Won’t Be Dishonored.

10) The Best Cotton In The World (The Long Fibered Cotton) Comes From Egypt And Sudan.

11) The Sun Temple Of The 5th Dynasty At Abu Gurab, (King Userkaf) Was Modeled After The Great Temple Of Heliopolis (On Or Annu), Had An Open Courtyard, Enclosing An Obelisk That Had A Height Of 230 Feet Or 70 Meters.

12) One Of The Fiercest Spreaders Of Early Christianity In Ta-Merra/Egypt Was Theophilus Of Alexandria And Cyril (Whose Name Comes From Greek Kurillos, Or Kurios, “Master, Lord”) Who Had The Great Female Mathematician, Astronomer, Artist ‘Hypatia’ Dragged Off Her Chariot, Because She Adhered To Ancient Egypt’s Culture And Preached Against Christianity. They Had The Masses Of People Rub Her Skin Off With Shells And Then Stoned Her To Death In 415 A.D.

13) Some Of The Gold That Were Bended In And Out Shape By The Egyptian Metallurgists For The Use On Structures, Jewelry Was In Actuality An Alloy Of Gold And Silver Called Electrum.

14) Most Of The Prophets (Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Jesus) Who Ran Into Bad Situations (Famines, Refuge, Kidnapping) In Your Korans, Bibles Were Always Told To Go To “Paganistic” Egypt For Help.

15) One Of The Most Famous And Sought Out Universities, Called Al Azhar (Built By The Faatimides) Where People Flock To In The Islamic World, Is Coincidentally Located In Egypt Too.

"Egypt is in Africa, Egyptians are Africans and there is now overwhelming evidence that ancient Egyptians have a black African origin."
BAUVAL & Brophy
Authors of Black Genesis: The Prehistoric Origins of Ancient Egypt.


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