Egyptian, Atlantean, Greek, Judaic presence in the Western Hemisphere, 5000 years before Columbus
by Ed Z, Stamford, CT, and Johnny Ziomek (Los Angeles)
Part 1: Egyptian roots of the geographical names of ancient locations in the Western Hemisphere?
The following are plausible explanations and theories, leading us closer to the historical truths we all seek. I suspect 1000 authors or more have found these connections before me, in the last 500 years.
"Maatiu Heteptiu" is the plausible Egyptian version of Machu Picchu found today in Peru, and defined by Wallis Budge in the book "Egyptian Heaven and Hell". In fact, Wallis Budge may have defined Machu Picchu before the location was unearthed in 1911 or so.
This is the Lakota-Sioux version of the Egyptian Anpu, Anubis, Jackal-headed-dog-star, the Venus dawn star, "La-Kota" and "Da-Kota"...."Kota"-dog star.
Note: Lakota, Dakota, "Kota" similar names: Coyote-Navajo, Khuti-Egyptian, Khai Yu-Japanese, and transposed Huacan-Aztec, Yukon-Inuit, and Hurricane-English.
Michoacan + Chapultepec
also compare with the Judaic
"Ka Ka" +Osiris or "Ka
Titicaca Peru Tee chee
kah kah Holy Lake of Osiris, "Ka Ka"
The names of States and Indian tribes in the United States:
NOTE: The page references come from the two-volume set:
Author's theory: I think the Utah area was so-named for the magnificent, featureless sandstone pillars found in the broad canyons of today's Southern Utah. At one time, water may have surrounded these pillars.
Allah embah or Allah m'bah
Eleans (Greek), or Elion, Elyion,
Also note: Canada I believe is an offshoot of the Egyptian name Khent, Kah-yeh-na-ta, from the Iroquois tribal confederation name, Canadaigwa, Kah-yeh-nah-da-ee-gah-wah, "first descendants of Canaan", the garden land, the "land of milk and honey".
The "daigwa" suffix to the name is, I believe, the "dowager", the dowery, the matriarchal first descendants. It was a matriarchal society at that time, I believe.
A similar name is Onon da ee gah wah, Onondaiga, Onondega, "First dowagers", first martriarchal descendants.
Author's theory: The names "Tchaus", Tay-kas, or Tay zhas, or Tay quot, occurs many times in the Western Hemisphere Indian tribes. Examples... Conantequot-Holy place of Canaan, Texcaca-Holy Lake or place of Osiris. From this ancient naming convention, I believe both "Zeus" and possibly "Jesus" derived, though I have no proof.
also could be short form of Ua-uben-em-Aah a
title of Osiris pg 154
Note: among the many meanings of "Ta" in Egyptian prefix and suffix usage is the common meaning... "land, earth, place, etc." pages 815-817 Menhesau (ta) Land where a group of gods ruled over the south" Minnesota...
I have composed this plausible definition from the name of the Egyptian God of fertility, Min, and the "aa-ten" prefix which means variously as "island, land, canal, domain, district, region, etc." The "A-ah-ten of Min", is the Island of the fertility God, Min, due to its shape as a hanging phallic, is almost identical in naming convention with Isle of Man, near Ireland, also shaped like a phallic symbol. There are also alternate possibilities, one of which is "Manu", "Country in the West".
Compare "Min a-a-ten" with the Egyptian names"
Aa-t ent Up-uatu
Author's note: They say that the Bible was written in coded messages. I believe there is a remote chance that the expression "Manna from Heaven" spoken by Moses, may have been a codified direction indicator. Manna, meaning "bread", and Manu meaning "country in the West", offers an intriguing possibility that Moses was directing his people to "sail west, into the other world/heaven" if they wanted to survive to get to the "promised land", the garden land, Khent, "Kah-yeh-n-ta", Canaan - plausibly evidenced by the names... Canada, Connecticut, Canadaiga and Manhatten.
Author's note: I believe this name means... "Bear country tribe" related to the constellation "Ursa Major"
Iraq, Iroquois, Uruguay?
How are these ancient Western Hemisphere names plausibly explained by Egyptian definitions?
I have no proof, only circumstantial plausible evidence that these Egyptian names are names used by the Indian tribes in their original Egyptian/Babylonian context.
The ancient tribes of the Western and Eastern hemispheres appear to be identical in theology, music, fashions, pottery, language, burial techniques, naming conventions, and in some rare instances, alphabets and clay tablets!
Complicating the translations from Egyptian hieroglyphics to English phonetic pronunciations, is the fact that vowels did not exist in the Egyptian language in hieroglyphic form. As I understand it, vowels were considered sacred by the Egyptians, and not to be written down. The Greeks in 750 BC "invented" the written form of vowels.
We are left with Egyptian to English translations, without vowels. Therefore, the letters/word KMT is pronounced Kimet, etc. Khent becomes Kah-yeh-nah-ta, Canada.
If you can understand the plausibility of what I have just explained, then I will be presenting to World-Mysteries website the Atlantean landmarks of the Valley of Mexico, Egyptian images of Tehotu, on the temple ot Teotuhuacan in Mexico, the Temple of Solomon (Acolman) in Aztec Mexico, and other remarkable "rediscoveries" that are found in piecemeal form in every library of the United States!
1000 or 10,000 wonderful authors have come before me. I do not intend to write a book, because I believe the most wonderful authors have already written these books over the past 500 years.. I can only offer research theories that explain how the ancients traveled the world 5000 years ago, such as the statue of Atlas being a secret map of the Western Hemisphere, the Atlas "head" being Yucatan, right arm of Cuba/Florida, left arm of Baja.
Atlantean clue: Zhosheem, not "ocean"
Another clue is the dichotomy of Atlantis being "an island in the middle of the ocean, surrounded by a ring of mountains." I say this entry should have read, in the English language, "an island in the middle of the Zhosheem, surrounded by a ring of mountains", Zhosheem being the "Xochimilco" lake that is 200 square miles or so, connected by a narrow strait to the Lake of Texcaca, which was 600 square miles or so in ancient times.
Would you like to know more? The answers have already been written.
Z, Stamford, CT, and Johnny Ziomek (Los Angeles)
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