Part 5: the Atlanteans, Chapter 18 – Nekhen and Pe
Published July 12, 2009
The Atlantean colonies
In the plains of the Nile, 6,000 years ago, there was a Neolithic population …
And here’s what the scientists say (true, those with 15 + degree pan, binoculars and goatee):
We must recognize that the céréalisation local populations caused the Nile to their development and mathematical thinking, which explains the sudden and rapid move towards a world structured … … … ….
And they say that without laughing … ….
But what they expect to céréaliser middle and high schools for such enormous and sudden results … ….
Yet the reality is much simpler:
The Atlanteans arrived, people have submitted and have passed math, calendar, medicine, technology, the wheel, pottery, brick, urban planning, writing, trade, work late metals , astronomy, beer, wine, etc … …
Many new arrivals of Atlantis have now been directed to this region will become much later Egypt
Each clan has established a city, a city state, nome called by the Greeks because the Greeks is that we take much of the history of Egypt
Each district, there were about ten at the time, was independent and was at war against each other … ..
These are Atlantean … ..
Nome is the Greek word that means the administrative areas of Egyptian territory.
After the unification of Egypt, the nomes were administered by a delegated officer of the central government, the nomarch.
The Royal Government shared the double country (the country and the country of Nekhen Pe) in provinces or Sepat.
The sign Sepat draws a field crossed by regular channels
As confirmed by all the texts, the prefectures were indeed constructed according to the irrigation and the conquest of land on the Nile and the desert, agricultural output and tax.
The meaning of old nomarchs was literally “one who dug the canals.”
The first nomes
Lower Egypt: Pe and Dep which quickly merged into the kingdom of Buto
Middle Egypt (Fayum region) Gerzeh
Region of Thebes: Nagada, that the ancient Egyptians called Nubti, “City of Gold”, This and Abydos
Upper Egypt: Nekhen, El Kab, Kom Ombo and Elephantine
Nekhen and Pe
A pre-dynastic times, Pe is the city of Osiris and the capital of the federation of the nomes of the Delta (Kingdom of Pe).
It faces the city of Dep, the city of the goddess Wadjet, on the other side of the Nile.
Nekhen is the old name of the city of Hierakonpolis, the capital of Upper Egypt in the predynastic period (the city of King Scorpion and Narmer).
This city is located opposite El-Kab (city of the goddess Nekhbet) south of Thebes.
Note that each district is headed by a god or goddess, that is to say, by an Atlantean
The kingdom Delta celebrated the god Horus and the Valley of the Nile god Seth.
But when the northern kingdom prevailed over the South, ousted Seth Horus
According to legend, Ra gave the cities of Pe and Nekhen to Horus in order to compensate for offenses of Seth.
Horus Ra asked to send his son in the past to calm the turmoil caused by fights against Seth and that the country can prosper.
A Pe, Ra and placed Amset Hapy and Nekhen Duamoutef and Quebehsenouf.
These form the “Souls” and are assigned to Horus for all eternity.
Horus was also received from Ra, the name of Hor hery ouadjef, which means “the leader”.
The story of Atlantis in Egypt
The Atlanteans then colonized Egypt and history covers pre dynasty period Thinite which includes the first two dynasties and the ancient empire, or age of the pyramids, which includes the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Dynasty
Second, humans have continued the story begun by the Atlantean
The centralized state
The presence Atlantis is confirmed by a political system developed from the immediate
King concentrates power in his hands, assisted by various “houses”: agriculture, irrigation, finance, royal funerary cult, armed
The country is already divided into nomes, led by an officer WO-mer, “the one who dug the canal,” appointed by the king.
In the capital of each district court seat, ledjadjat
Administrative duality of the “two countries” is preserved at least in regard to the “treasure” under the authority of two “Chancellors”.
The collection of fees by a roving Royal Tour regular in the prefectures is gradually replaced by a census.
The head of the central administration is separate from the palace itself, home of the king and court, and includes its own administrative services, domestic and handicraft production.
The harem of the king appears to play a significant role in the economy,
The state participates in the creation of a prosperous economy with a coherent policy on irrigation to more efficient land and development of traditional crops (wheat, barley and flax), the multiplication of orchards (acacias, sycamores, doum palm, jujube trees, fig trees, date palms) and vegetable (beans, lentils, chickpeas, cucumbers, onions), and flower crops and viticulture (wine: IREP).
Hor-Aha Memphis founded by creating a fortress at the junction of two ancient kingdoms.
Hor-Aha battle Nubians also threatening the southern borders.
Semerkhet faces another danger to the east and led an expedition in the Sinai.
The state organizes expeditions against Nubia for commercial purposes in Hor-Aha, Djer Semerkhet and for control of caravan routes to Asia and expeditions to the Arabian desert in Djet.
Oudimou attacks caravan robbers of the Arabian desert
The state founded the trading post of En-Besor, southeast of Gaza, very active during the First Dynasty, which reflects the intensity of trade with Palestine.
Appearance of hieroglyphs
One sees the hieroglyphics on the Narmer palette, reflecting the political unification of the country
From the outset, the dual use of these signs, for their image value (ideograms) and its value (record) is demonstrated: the king’s name is written with two signs used as phonograms: fish NAR and the chisel sea
The hieroglyphic system, complex with more than 700 characters, appears fully formed in the early examples listed.
At first he only used for the royal institution, codes and regulations, primarily for administrative use or ideological purpose quickly become a language setting out the codes of everyday life