posted on Mar, 18 2009 @ 10:36 AM
reply to post by mblahnikluver
I agree with you on the Egyptian theory. Not a lot has been said of Egyptian influence in conspiracy but just a few things to consider:
*Egypt was a dominant culture and power for 2000 years... much longer than the Greeks, Romans, or the Empires of the Far East... then in a period of
approximately 500 years, Egypt began to crumble, only becoming a remnant of it's former self, serving a popular vacation spot for conquerors.
*I often wonder how far the human race would have advanced had the great Library in Alexandria had not burned to the ground. Stranger yet is the fact
that historians cannot even agree when the library burned down.
*About the time of the Exodus which is documented in Judeo-Christian scripture was about the time that Akhenaten wanted to introduce monotheism to the
Egyptians. The education and evidence surrounding these cultures and ideas are nearly non-existent. Some argue that the Exodus never happened, even
going so far as to label it as a Jewish legend (although records of the Exodus could just as easily been destroyd in the aforementioned fire). Here
are 2 intersting timelines to compare:
Timeline of Ancient Egypt
Timeline of Judaism
*Another interesting observation: the influence of ancient Egyptian religion and mythology seem to dominate the culture of the world's elite secret
organizations and brotherhoods.
*The Egyptian Empire even predates the culture of Babylon, the 'Cradle of Civilization'. Why did Egypt get snubbed on this label?
If we thought about it we could cite examples all day long.
CHANGING GEARS: Of course, one more conspiracy nobody seems to address the 'dumbing down' of kids in America. Here is a link to a late 19th century
8th grade graduation test. Even more disturbing would be to see how well college professors would do if they were to take the exam.
Click here for the 8th grade final