Hanslune has provided the link to an article stating that the Egyptians were the first to build dams. Thank you so much Hanslune for your support.
I have been taken to task because of my views on the building of the Pyramid. A picture is worth a thousand words. So over the last few days I have
scoured the net to provide my detractors,(My images are from books) pictures that will Illustrate, why “My” concept is so radically different from
what is commonly held concerning the construction of the Great, Second, and third Pyramids. These pictures will help those who want to understand. The
rest won’t even click on them because they don’t want to see.
The first link is from the British Museum
This picture starts from bottom right of the story panel. There you will find a representation of a Stone barge which I define as a “Machana”.
On that barge is a right triangle with a stair step hypotenuse This symbolizes A DAM as you are aware Dams are wider at the bottom that they are at
the top. This is not “a hill” or “throne”
The next Barge is on a column of water. This represents the barge and construction materials being lifted on the water that rises behind the dam as
the dam grows higher.
The next image is the dam off the barge and the water of the river Nile flowing over. Just above that is what looks to be an island however is the
water flowing around the flood gate. The rest of this papyrus deals with the prosperity of Egypt because of the dam on the river that controls the
annual flooding of the Nile
Next piece of evidenceis is also from the British Museum
Bottom left shows a “Machana”or Barge with a dam on top on a column of water (as I explained earlier]then the prosperity of Egypt because of that
DAM makes up the rest of the picture!
Next piece of evidence from Tour Egypt I can’t find my link to the British Museum which much better picture .
Papyrus from the Book of the Dead of Anhai Bottom right shows a “Machana” or barge with a dam on top on a column of water (as I explained
earlier] then the prosperity of Egypt because of that DAM!
Next piece of evidence from the British Museum connecting a Papyrus from the Book of the Dead of Anhai and Isis.
This is a Papyrus that connect Anhai the larger gal on the right, to Isis the smaller gal mid-page bottom, look closely Isis she has “a dam” on
her head, not a throne . Now take this information and in the light of what you have seen from these Papyrus from the British Museum and try to
understand the concept of Isis and Osiris, related in my second thread on this subject. May be if your are not to myopic it will be clear to you.
If not get some new glasses.