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  • mike white
    i saw a tv program about digs at the workers site on giza, and they determined that not foreign slaves, but true egyptians built the pyramids. i wonder how
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         i saw a tv program about digs at the workers site on giza, and they determined that not foreign slaves, but true egyptians built the pyramids.  i wonder how they came to that conclusion.   the population of egypt has changed so much thru the ages. 
         cayce told of most of the population of arabia moved to egypt in early times.  he spoke of masses of red men from atlantis, and a white horde out of carpathia, coming to egypt circa 10,000 bce.  pharaohs of almost every color and nation are depicted in egypt.  there was a black nubian dynasty. 
         more recently, there was the islam invasion of arabs, and the turks.  the current population may have little of the blood of ancient egyptians.  the same could be said about greeks.  plagues and wars decimated the greeks, and the population has changed several times. 
         in the americas we have masses of people in ancient times disappearing.  we see it in the moundbuilders, anazasi, and in mexico, and the lost cities of amazonia. 
         in the old world the enigma is the opposite - we have mature cultures suddenly appearing in egypt, and in the indus valley, circa 3000 bce. 
         im tempted to conclude that its possible nations migrated from the americas, to what is called the old world.  its entirely possible that high culture, as passed to them, survived longer closer to its origin, than in distant places, where a few teachers made their way. 
         i ask the conservatives to bear with me while i speak more of atlantis.  many are led to believe that most atlanteans died when atlantis sank, but maybe a multitude survived. 
         after the old and new stone age people of the sahara, we have the tuareg-berber people arriving.  i believe them to be red race with dolichocephalic skulls, and this suggests that they had an american origin.  their flints and tools were reported by prorok as being near identical to those of the americas. 
          the same seashells were used for money in mexico and in the indus.  
         ive spoke on this before, but it may be important enough to bring up again.  there are reasons to believe that the magyar-scythians may have originated in the americas, herodotus gave them as red men who used bows, and took scalps.   
         it looks like to major migrations from the new world to the old, or vice versa, 10,000 bce and near 3100 bce.  these dates may also represent major earth changes in the americas. 
         with some supporting evidence, it would be nice to tie these events together, and fill-in blank pages of history. 
       
      Kind regards,
      Mike White
      http://all-ez.com/yahoo-groups.htm
       
    • jdaintira@aol.com
      In a message dated 7/30/2006 11:06:23 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time, infoplz@mchsi.com writes: there are reasons to believe that the magyar-scythians may have
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        In a message dated 7/30/2006 11:06:23 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time, infoplz@... writes:
        there are reasons to believe that the magyar-scythians may have originated in the americas, herodotus gave them as red men who used bows, and took scalps.   
        Hi Mike,
         
        I think that your comments re the Magyar-Scythians originating in the Americas have merit but do want to mention that Native American only began taking scalps during the French and Indian wars as a way to prove how many they had killed so as to be paid for it. It was originally a European concept.
         
        ~ Judith Marie
      • mike white
        i vaguely recall reading that, but its incredible that far western tribes also scalped. it might be hard to determine where the practice originated. i
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             i vaguely recall reading that, but its incredible that far western tribes also scalped.  it might be hard to determine where the practice originated. 
             i remember the story of the chanka rebellion, and the bold son replacing the passive inca.  i wonder if any traces of the painted mountains remains that were monuments of that inca event?  im inclined to think he assumed a proud name that an ancient inca had borne.  more than one manco capac too.  im going by the montesino fragments that ive read. 
           
          mike
           
           
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        • Pat Cobb
          Hy ~ Judith Marie wrote ! (It was originally a European concept the taking scalps) WOO Me-Lady :-) [Who] were these people ? Peace or little pieces :-) Pat
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            Hy ~ Judith Marie wrote !

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