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Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The Atlantean Myth

de bene esse: literally, of well-being, morally acceptable but subject to future validation or exception

The Atlantean "myth", as passed down via Plato, is an ancient Egyptian tale whose genesis occurred so far back in history, that according to the Egyptian priests of Sais, the classical Greeks could not even recollect it. 
The story states that both Sais (Egypt) and Athens (Greece) were founded by the same patron goddess Athena (Neith). It was said that she founded Athens in 9,600 BC and Egypt in 8,600 BC. The Greek historian Solon learned from the Egyptian priests, circa 600 B.C., that Athens was founded 9,000 years before their time and, according to them, old kingdom Egypt began 1,000 years after that - which would have been around 8600 B.C.
Species with Amnesia☥Our Forgotten History
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