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In Egyptian mythology, Heryshaf, or Hershef, (Egyptian Ḥry-š=f "He who is on his lake"), transcribed in Greek as Harsaphes (Ἁρσαφής) was an ancient ram-god whose cult was centered in Herakleopolis Magna (now Ihnasiyyah al-Madinah). He was identified with Ra and Osiris in Egyptian mythology, and to Heracles in Greek mythology. The identification with Heracles may be related to the fact that in later times his name was sometimes reanalysed as Ḥry-šf.t "He who is over strength." One of his titles was “Ruler of the Riverbanks.” Heryshaf was a creator and fertility god who was born from the primeval waters. He was pictured as a man with the head of a ram, or as a ram.
Originally posted by windword
I would say that you're on the right track, but should search for further clues in the Vedas.
There's a ton a info here on ATS about the Indus Vally and the city of Krishna and that huge wall they found about 30 miles off the coast of eastern India......
Super interesting topic, will be followng this thread.
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Interesting theory, OP. However, I tend to go with Graham Hancock's theory in "Fingerprints of The Gods". His theory is that Atlantis, due to Earth crust displacement, is now covered in ice as the continent of Antarctica.
I guess if the ice keeps melting, we'll find out.
Originally posted by ICEKOHLD
i can't remember where now but i was watching some documentary that some thread here on ATS linked me to about the great pyramids. well...the guy was talking about that helicopter symbol. he said that it's not a helicopter. it was the sign for 2 of their "great" kings...a father and a son...combined.
he showed each of their symbols and then showed them overlaid and it made that symbol. i know that's very vague (no king names, no program name) but it was a documentary that had to do with the ancient pyramids and common misconceptions and misconstrued archeological "facts" or complete misinterpretations of hieroglyphs that have now been figured out and corrected.
if you buy me a moon pie and an RC cola i'll go find that video fur ya...edit on 11/14/11 by ICEKOHLD because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Redevilfan09
reply to post by Picollo30
I cant remember the name of the island but archaeologists found a city buried under volcanic ash on one of the greek islands. the dug straight through the roofs of one of the houses underneath. With this volcano came a 100ft tsnami which wiped out another island and it is said this is a fact simply because sea shells have been found in the mountains.
I cant tell you this was Atlantis, but all the evidence that the guy provides makes it a possibility. I cant get the sources right now but when I get the time I will and yous can decide for yourselves if you havent heard of it before of course.