Chapter 18: Zep Tepi: The First Time
The First Time was believed to be an age when true wisdom (once) prevailed. 8 Egyptians, like other cultures, believed all wisdom and knowledge was gifted to them at the genesis of their civilization, from the gods. 9 These legends note that those times in Zep Tepi were ideal conditions for arrogance to form, causing their rebellion against God, 10 just as this occurred in biblical, Gnostic, Greek, Sumerian, Indian, and Atlantean traditions.
Mythology recorded First Time Egypt was allotted to a set of gods. 11 The gods, as in so many other antediluvian societies, like Atlantis, Mu, and Sumer, unaccountably procreated Nephilim, producing immortal, human gods and demigods such as Osiris and Isis. Thus, Manetho listed Osiris as the fifth king of the demigods. The four preceding demigods were Hephoestus, Helios, Agathodomon, and Kronos. 12 Kronos was the same name as one of the three most famous twins of Atlantis: Uranos, Atlas, and Kronos. 13 One begins to wonder whether or not this was merely coincidence, for the ten kings of Atlantis held the helm of world government.
In the end, Egyptian mythology was simply just another corrupted, spurious satire on Genesis. This is further underscored when one considers Egyptian mythology remembers at the end of the First Time, Ra was warned that humankind had grown too wicked and was on the verge of rebellion against the gods. Hathor was sent to quash the rebellion, slaying thousands, and she savagely drank sacrificed blood blended with a concoction of fruit and barley, which made a blood beer/wine 14 similar to the blood wine consumed in Atlantis. This is yet another alarming recollection, echoing the consumption of Star Fire that was a notable crime committed by Nephilim.
One concludes from various mythologies and Egyptian mythology in particular that antediluvian Atlantis and Egypt were very advanced civilizations, owing their knowledge to the spurious knowledge of Cain and the illicit knowledge of heaven. Further to this point, Graham Hancock, Robert Bauval, and others believe the Giza monuments and the Sphinx were constructed as memorials to the flood and/or to a highly advanced civilization destroyed by the flood, 15 just as biblical legends avow that Cain and his posterity erected magnificent monuments to immortalize their names. 16
Contrary to Egyptologists’ perplexing propaganda, there is disquieting evidence suggesting the Sphinx and Great Pyramids were built well before Khufu and 2400 B.C.E. The Great Pyramid was unexplainably depicted in hieroglyphs long before the birth of Khufu or Zoser. The Victory Tablet of King Menes , king of the first human Egyptian dynasty after the flood (circa 2950–3100 B.C.E. ), clearly depicts the Great Pyramid with its steep, fiftytwo- degree slope. The Inventory Stella clearly credits Khufu/Cheops with restoring the Great Pyramid located beside the already completed Sphinx and notes that Khufu did not construct either the Great Pyramid or the Sphinx. 17