Two Megalithic Cities Submerged Off Alexandria Egypt so Where is Historical Account of Their Demise?

By James Nienhuis

niledeltaThe astounding submerged ruins of Menouthis and Heraklion on the submerged channel of the extinct branch of the Nile are little known to the public because those who could produce documentaries on it, such as National Geographic and Discovery, certainly know that there is no historical record of the submergence of those cities though the conventional wisdom is that they were submerged because of an earthquake sometime between circa 300 b. c. and 800 a. d.

Some say the ruins are of Canopus, but he was the navigator for the Greek Menelaus circa 1100 b. c. who came there about three hundred years after Menouthis and Heraklion had been consumed by the sea when the Ice Age ended.

Athothis (the Egyptian king whom the Canaanites referred to as Taautus) was a son of Menes (Misraim in Genesis 10) known to the Canaanites as Misor. To those old kingdom Egyptians, the “Lord of the West” was this Thoth, who though probably didn’t live far to the west because he was a king of Egypt, whose alternative name though Tehuti means measurer, of the earth by its axial precession rate.

So he probably helped with the building of the Great Pyramid and was privy to the work of his kinsmen the Canaanites building Atlantis far to the west. Submerged off the coast of Egypt is the old kingdom city of Menouthis, who probably was Mneseus, a grandson of Canaan, that could have been Thoth’s link to the west.

atumOld Kingdom Egyptians’ Failure to Admit Creator of Matter Revealed in Self Created Creator God Atum

September 26th, 2016

In the earliest Egyptian pantheon of gods, Atum was the creator god who though had created himself, while the Creator described in the Bible is eternal, only His eternality which could have manifested matter having come from nothing, certainly not Atum (based on the biblical Adam) having ostensibly self-created thus defying logic, Atum (Adam) really the first man.

Adam and Noah in Egyptian Tales Associated with Water First Case Creation Week Second the Flood

September 25th, 2016

During old kingdom times in Egypt, the great god Atum was said to have arisen of his own power on the Benben (pyramid shaped primordial mound) from the primordial sea, from where the sun Ra then began its existence and transit.

From them the god Atum Ra said to have created all thereafter, bringing to mind Adam on the land which had been separated from the sea only a few days previously during the six days of creation in the book of Genesis.

And the Egyptian god Nu is depicted waste deep in water, holding aloft the “solar boat” of eight deities (there were eight on Noah’s Ark) saved from death, that flood which occurred about 1,600 years after the six days of creation.

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God Rephan in Book of Amos was Egyptian Repa of Saturn That’s Geb Perhaps Gigantic Like Rephaim

September 25th, 2016

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Another name for the Egyptian god Seb (Geb) was Repa, said to have been the planet called Saturn by the Romans, so he probably was the Canaanite god Rephan spoken of in the book of Amos. The same Geb of Gebtos was Khem or Ham (a son of Noah).

The Rephaim were giants in the land of the Amorites (Canaanite), the land of Bashan east of the Jordan, the last of them Og slain by Joshua.

AthenaTempleObviously Very Good Chance That Greeks’ Athena was Egyptian Nut or Neit Goddess of Sky or Warfare

September 24th, 2016

Athena was a granddaughter of Posidon (Sidon who was a son of Canaan), mighty Athena who was said the same as the Egyptian goddess Neit or Neith, so reasonable is that the great Egyptian sky goddess Nut was really a Canaanite, because Canaan was a brother of Misor or Misraim in Genesis 10.

Egyptian Sky Goddess Nut or Neit Said to Eat Sun in West and Birth It in East Implying Spherical Earth

nutneitSeptember 24th, 2016

Old kingdom Egyptians worshipped their sky goddess Nut or Neit, depicted as a cow, and sometimes as a human who eats the sun in the west at sunset and births the sun in the morning at sunrise in the east, which of course, considering they saw that the sun transits in an arc across the sky during the day, surely indicated to them that the nighttime path of the sun in the netherworld was also an arc. Thus the earth is spherical, known to the learned who measured the earth by its axial precession rate of 72 years/degree.


Ancient Egyptian Names Khem Geb for Gebtos Aiguptos Egypt and Son Misraim Misr in Genesis 10

September 24th, 2016

Egypt is known as the land of Noah’s son Ham, Aiguptos, for Geb which is an Egyptian spelling for Ham, and another Khem or Khemet, while his son was Misr, also an ancient name for that land today.Hamm

Canaanites Recorded Ancient Kings of Egypt so Vice Versa Wouldn’t They Note Progeny of Canaan?

September 24th, 2016

According to Canaanite records (by ancient historian Sanchuniathon), king Misor (Misraim in Genesis 10) of Egypt fathered Taautus, who became known as the god Thoth, and Misr a name of Egypt ever since.

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So it would not be surprising that though not anciently recorded by the Egyptians, they were aware of the progeny of Canaan who was a brother of Misor (both sons of Ham), considering for instance that the ice age city of Menouthis (submerged in the Mediterranean near Alexandria) may have been named for Mneseus, a brother of Atlas and son of Posidon (who was Sidon, a son of Canaan).

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Greeks Gods Posidon Triton Athena of Atlas Region Shows Knowledge of Atlantis Long Before Plato

September 24th, 2016

In the ancient Greek pantheon of gods, Posidon (Sidon, a son of Canaan) had sons Atlas and Triton, of the Gibraltar region (Atlas Mountains) and ice age Lake Tritonis (now the Great Eastern Erg of southern Tunisia), and Athena was a daughter of Triton known as Neith by the ancient Egyptians, so old kingdom Egyptians surely had knowledge of the empire of Atlantis (western Med and eastern Atlantic) where they said was the Island of Fire, the volcanic land mass of the Azores or Canary islands.

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