What would you say if I told you there were NO SLAVES IN EGYPT....

Truthers understand that history has been written, rewritten, fantasised, extrapolated, killed, maimed, castorated and reinvigorated beyond any semblance of the truth. We know this, and yet
we still want to believe that Egypt was and is a bad and terrible place, where bad things are done to people who don't comply.

Mention Egypt, and people quickly retreat to supplanted knowledge, ie horror feelings around what movies have supplanted in their minds
this is devastating because I know that you are a fully functioning human being, until that moment when I see fears that are not based in any kind of reality rise within you, because of what the DS has done to your mind
to instal feelings of fear from nightmares and past lives to the full bible quotes (which do my head in), around being enslaved in Egypt.

Before I begin, it is important for you to free up your mind, and understand that in the history of the known world
there has been no other civilisation that has come close to the length and duration of the Egyptian empire. It was the supreme empire of the entire world, even over previous empires and other cities in other locations. The 'known' history of Egypt (accepted mainstream 'history')
is about 5,000 years old, to try to put that into perspective, that's about 3,000 more than the span of time between now and when Jesus was walking the Earth. The reality is that the Egyptian Empire is probably closer to 10-15,000 years, due to the figurines that have been
discovered that were dated around 6-8,000 BC and so much more that continues to be discovered. I am not going to bore you with dates. As dates and timelines are man made and heavily influenced by 'written' history. Instead I hope to convey a feeling about Egypt that will have you
understanding at the very least that we cannot trust what we have been told about Egypt.

Let me also say here that Egypt spanned such a great period of time, it moved in cycles, from its great early eras where things are still being discovered to this day
to its grandest periods, and the height of its existence in the 18th dynasty which is where I derive (and many others like me) a lot of my Egyptian knowledge. If you are drawn to my words, and experiences, I would imagine you were familiar with me in Egypt, either as colleague
friend or even possibly foe. Egypt journeyed through cycles and had some INCREDIBLY dark periods, along with some magnificently enlightened ones. Those periods where she was so close to the cosmic beginnings of her realm back in its hey day, as a prediluvian (means flood)
existence, and the heights of its magnificence til we journey into the murky depths and horrors of life in a twisted, dark and very difficult existance over about 1500 years until after Jesus died. Egypt held power throughout all of her reign in the earliest years until
the end of the 18th Dynasty where she fell into the hands of the powers of the 'common' rulers (they eliminated nearly all blood lines), into the hands of the Greeks, and the Persians, who tried to revive her, and again into the hands Assyrians who destroyed her and finally
the Romans. Throughout the late dynasties, after infiltration had been successful through the Priesthood in the initial attempts to destroy the bloodlines
Egyptology circles, lets stick with a figure of about 10,000 BC.

For proof of what Egypt looked like one only has to refer to some of the notes from some of the Greek Scholars who had arrived early on for their traditional philosophical studies.
One such account was from a philosopher, healer known as Herodotus says:

The Egyptians in agreement with their climate, which is unlike any other, and with the river, which shows a nature different from all other rivers, established for themselves manners and customs in a way
opposite to other men in almost all matters: for among them the women frequent the market and carry on trade, while the men remain at home and weave;
no woman is a minister either of male or female divinity, but men of all, both male and female: to support their parents the sons are in no way compelled, if they do not desire to do so, but the daughters are forced to do so, be they never so unwilling.
The Egyptians were the first who made it a point of religion not to lie with women in temples, nor to enter into temples after going away from women without first bathing: for almost all other men except the Egyptians and the Hellenes lie with women in temples and enter into
a temple after going away from women without bathing, since they hold that there is no difference in this respect between men and beasts: for they say that they see beasts and the various kinds of birds coupling together both in the temples and in the sacred enclosures
of the gods; if then this were not pleasing to the god, the beasts would not do so.
Women in Egypt were empowered, educated, and could hold office in Government and vote. They were doctors, lawyers, and educators, they were Priestesses and Queens and all manner of roles in between. Herodotus spoke of how impressed he was about the women and the manner they were
held in, often in high regard in the community. They were empowered. And these observations were in an era where Egypt was under great oppression. Imagine what it was, some 3,000 years before that?
The Slaves in Egypt were the result of the Roman empire who had taken control via various means through the Greeks, the Assyrians and finally the Romans who ensured that all citizens, not just Jews, were under deep control of the State, through religion which had become
politicised, and bound by religious rule which was woven into the every day. Not only do some state Egypt had no slaves, yet others claim there were no Pharoahs, as well.

So what do you believe? Go into your hearts and learn and discover Egypt, what you know to be true
Face your fears and know that 'as above, so below, as within so without' ~Thoth.

I am a daughter of Thoth, a Priestess Scribe, a Warrior Queen and I have been connected with Egypt for thousands of years.
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