Strange mummy of the early Egypt

Strange mummy of the early Egypt

Even though Egyptian cultural traditions seems to have gradually evolved during the thousands of year of it settlement, leading to abandon of the invasion and caste ruling theory for the majority of scholars, the origins of the civilization may have received strong external impetus.

The Egyptologist Walter Bryan Emery discovered at Saqqara the remains of predynastic individuals with light hair, stocky build, and much higher than the local people. These people, most likely foreigners, would have had strong political and religious authorities implying an abrupt cultural leap in the country around the middle of the fourth millennium B.C.

While Egyptologists seems to dismiss these particular Egyptians, in the Cairo museum some famous illustration were restored so badly that the unusual characters having clear hairs completely disappeared. Peculiarities, as discussed in another post, which are typical of the Cro-Magnons. The Cro-Magnons which also had the specific elongated skulls, strong and, on average, a 185/195 cm high. They reached North Africa, from Europe, became the Berbers, the Kabyles of Algeria and the Guanches of the Canary Islands (these one mummified their dead by burying them in graves surrounded by stones and rings).

DNA tests pointed out that the mummies dating back to more than four thousands years ago, with blond or red hair, stocky stature and clothing made with fabrics similar to those Celtic discoveries have European origins.

Again many retrievals appear to validate the myths, traditions and astronomical records and, more importantly, allow retro-date, in the first half of the ninth millennium BC, ancestors who came from a “sacred island” generating gods…

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