Prehistoric Egyptian Calendar

The prehistoric Egyptian calendar verifies the ninety-nine captures and releases of Horus, the Aten of Akhenaten, explained in the new book: Miracle: The Creation of the Earth. Egyptologists believe that the calendar of the pre-Hellenistic period comprised three ‘months’ of 120 days, i.e. 360 days, with five “epagomenal days” at the end. The 360-day years were the result of the Aten being tidally locked in a geostationary orbit above the Himalayas blasting soil, water, atmosphere and vegetative life to the Earth. Each time it was released into its recovery orbit of the sun the five epagomenal days were added to match the normal rotation of the Earth.

Although the ancient Egyptians cleverly adapted to the astronomical changes, modern-day Egyptologists, along with all planetary scientists in the world, have failed to understand that these captures and releases continued for 3,000 years up until 687 BC. The same changes in the length of the year are inherent in the Aztec calendar (Fig. 6 of Miracle) in which the five ‘bad days’ are represented by four rectangles and central circle.

~ by Angiras on September 5, 2022.

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