The New Prehistory. Vol. 8: Africa

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The introduction to Africa begins with Egypt, and we will follow the migratory paths along the Red Sea, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and return to Mauritania. Along the Mediterranean is Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. There are still many surprises that demonstrate the expansion of peoples from the first "circuit". Then we drive along the Atlantic coast by probing each country to feel its prehistoric pulse. It shows a tendency to assess (superficially) the degree of penetration of migrants and their archaic or prehistoric level "modern". I mean the trappings of an event like the cave paintings or metallurgy that arises spontaneously. Again, it is appropriate to differentiate here also the chopping tool, flint hit millions of years old and Solutrean point.
We are finally arrived in the Promised Land of Ra-Ta, modern and ancient Egypt. We traveled all the way migration and you could discover the seeds of many civilizations, with varying success according to men that governed. And we have seen that the current balance is not bright shiny… Museums and capitals are filled with riches and peoples always starving with the end of the world (or world) announced by the Mayan calendar in 2012…


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INTRODUCTION
The introduction to Africa begins with Egypt, and we will follow the migratory paths along the Red Sea, Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, and return to Mauritania. Along the Mediterranean is Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. There are still many surprises that demonstrate the expansion of peoples from the first "circuit". Then we drive along the Atlantic coast by probing each country to feel its prehistoric pulse. It shows a tendency to assess (superficially) the degree of penetration of migrants and their archaic or prehistoric level "modern". I mean the trappings of an event like the cave paintings or metallurgy that arises spontaneously. Again, it is appropriate to differentiate here also the chopping tool, flint hit millions of years old and Solutrean point. We are finally arrived in the Promised Land of Ra-Ta, modern and ancient Egypt. We traveled all the way migration and you could discover the seeds of many civilizations, with varying success according to men that governed. And we have seen that the curreŶt ďalaŶĐe is Ŷot ďƌight shiŶLJ…Museums and capitals are filled with riches and peoples always starving with the end of the world (or world) announced by the Mayan ĐaleŶdaƌ iŶ ϮϬϭϮ…In short, Egypt is the result of previous civilizations almost inexplicable millennia. It was nice to make movies, treaties Egyptology mathematical, astronomical and everything you want, nobody is able to present an explanation of the construction of the Great Pyramid of Cheops. We are really in the human irrational, and there many other achievements as the great carved stone "Hajar el Gouble" from 1 200 to 1 500 tonnes or so-called achievements Incas, on the paths of the great migration. Excess and precision obtained the great pyramid of Cheops seem, for some authors, incompatible with the knowledge and rudimentary means the people who erected it. Several pseudo-scientific theses were born, only rarely drawing of archaeological data, to explain the destination of this monument. There were proponents of biblical argument to show that the Great Pyramid was built by a chosen people of God, and the proponents of a superior civilization of Atlantean origin or alien. The construction of the Great Pyramid began to -2650 (Fourth Dynasty) and lasted about twenty years according to the ancient historian Manetho (which seems plausible for modern Egyptologists). Numerous hypotheses have been proposed to explain the construction of the Great Pyramid. But none definitively proves convincing.The only difference is that 6 million tonnes (estimated weight) divided by 7,300 days, it gives, according to my calculator, 821.92 tons / day, sawed, transported and set up. I hope that modern Egyptologists have a calculator that calculates better than mine.
CHAPTER 01
Egypt
1 million square kilometers and 80 million inhabitants.
There is no need to present the fabulous civilizations of Egypt, which are still not clarified their origins in the legends and buildings "pharaonic". The Pyramid of Cheops is the only of the seven wonders of the ancient world that still stands, indestructible, huge, with impressive monuments processions that we do not always know the date, and therefore confusing. Refer to works dealing with, there is something for everyone. Here is a civilization that comes out of nowhere and starts to build structures that defy time and any sense: desert millions of tons more or less Cyclopean stones are transported and assembled with mathematical and astronomical data without absolutely incredible it upsets some argumentative. It is only to read Mr. Hancock on Egyptian works he looked closely: the Great Pyramid, the Sphinx and the Osireion would ƌatheƌ ďuilt aƌouŶd ϭϱ,ϬϬϬ BC…
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