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Old January 25th, 2020 #1
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"Burn , baby , burn . ."

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. . the Library Of Alexandria is said to have been the collecting point of practically a vast knowledge at that time.

The Egyptians were a high-culture . .

( and before anybody claims the Egyptians were negroes , I already dealt with the ancient Egypt race debate in this thread . . https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?t=553866 ) . .

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For the times the Egyptians lived in they achieved pretty much.

They had astrology, a pyramid culture et al.


The Library Of Alexandria was pracitcally the collecting point of all of Egypt's knowledge at that time , probably even of the whole Antiquity.

. . it can only be estimated how much knowledge was lost forever because of the burning of this library . .The Romans burned it to the ground . .

I suppose , had it been preserved . . who knows how much knowlege about astrology , geometry et al could have been preserved for the afterworld.

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Who knows what the world would look like today had this ancient knowledge been preserved.

In fact , ancient Egypt is still deemed as one of the most mysterious cultures ever.

The pyramids are deemed a masterpiece.

Maybe the Egyptians also had historical knowledge which was lost.

Like I said , for the time they lived in . . wow . .

. . without getting into conspiracy-theories , there also is the theory about alien-interference on Earth , about Atlantis , about alledged other ancient high-cultures . . Some kind of connection between these claims and a supposed knowledge of it by the ancient Egyptians is often tried to be made . .

So . . a huge part of culture was lost . .

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I suppose that's one of the questions maybe worthy going deeper into concerning history . . If the Library Of Alexandria hadn't been destroyed . .



. . who can say for sure where we would be today . . ?

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Old January 25th, 2020 #2
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The Library Of Alexandria was pracitcally the collecting point of all of Egypt's knowledge at that time , probably even of the whole Antiquity.
The Library of Alexandria wasn't built by Egyptians, not native ones, anyway. It was planned by Ptolemy I Soter and built under Ptolemy II Philadelphus, both of whom were Macedonian rulers of Egypt. Although they held the title of Pharaoh, they were Macedonian transplants to Egypt, not natives. It would be more correct to say that the library was the collecting point of knowledge for the Hellenistic world.
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The Library of Alexandria wasn't built by Egyptians, not native ones, anyway. It was planned by Ptolemy I Soter and built under Ptolemy II Philadelphus, both of whom were Macedonian rulers of Egypt. Although they held the title of Pharaoh, they were Macedonian transplants to Egypt, not natives. It would be more correct to say that the library was the collecting point of knowledge for the Hellenistic world.
. . if that's your interpretation . .

Gotta say , though , again , that ancient Egypt was very influenced by ancient Greece anyway . .

The settlers of ancient Egypt were of Grecoid stock . .

. . one could say a mediterranean people of Northern Africa . .

Blacks were always isolated down in sub-saharan Africa and they only got into other lands via slave-trade . .

The classical people to dwell all around the mediterranean in ancient times were of Med stock . .

Later came the vandals .

So I think one could say . . ancient Egypt = a grecoid civilisation of Northern Africa . .

As I already said in the thread I linked in post # 1 egyptian society declined more and more the further they came into contact with the Nubians . .

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Old January 27th, 2020 #7
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"Burn , baby , burn . ."

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. . the Library Of Alexandria is said to have been the collecting point of practically a vast knowledge at that time.


. . who can say for sure where we would be today . . ?
The Library was set on fire on purpose, and this is once again done by the same ground trying to control the planet today. Not all the books were burned, and of those books they had history going back hundreds of thousands of years. The Egyptian Priests had knew what happened in the past, which is why you can easily look up and find out what Solon learned from the Priests there.

There are books talking about the previous world wide empire that existed after the destruction of Atlantis, and the ruins are being found all over the planet.
The Vatican has most of the books, artifacts, skeletons of giants, non-humans in their secret vaults, so does the U.S Government / Military etc.
 
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The Library was set on fire on purpose, and this is once again done by the same ground trying to control the planet today. Not all the books were burned, and of those books they had history going back hundreds of thousands of years. The Egyptian Priests had knew what happened in the past, which is why you can easily look up and find out what Solon learned from the Priests there.

There are books talking about the previous world wide empire that existed after the destruction of Atlantis, and the ruins are being found all over the planet.
The Vatican has most of the books, artifacts, skeletons of giants, non-humans in their secret vaults, so does the U.S Government / Military etc.
 
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Burning of Books is always something the NWO has done. No matter what they want all knowledge out of public hands and will use " accidents " to get it done.

Think how would every single book burn.
 
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Reminds me of that song 'Walk Like an Egyptian' by The Bangles.

Maybe if the Alexandria library wasn't burned down by christards and that whole semitic religion hadn't taken hold back then, jews and niggers might be extinct and we might have freaking interstellar travel and extra-solar colonies by now.
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Maybe if the Alexandria library wasn't burned down by christards and that whole semitic religion hadn't taken hold back then, jews and niggers might be extinct and we might have freaking interstellar travel and extra-solar colonies by now.
The Library of Alexandria wasn't burned down by Christians; it was burned down by Julius Caesar.

Regardless of what else one might say about Christians or Christianity, the only reason that most of the documents exists from which most of our knowledge of the ancient Pagan world come is that Christian monks voluntarily abstained from sex for their entire lives so that they could meticulously copy and recopy those documents. So the next time that you read an epic by Homer, a play by Sophocles, a dialog by Plato, or a treatise by Aristotle, offer a silent thank you to the Christian monks who gave up sex so that we could have knowledge of the ancient world.

The city of Munich, Germany, the birthplace of National Socialism, gets its name from those monks who copied those manuscripts. Here is the coat of arms of Munich, which honors those monks:

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Reminds me of that song 'Walk Like an Egyptian' by The Bangles. . .
If you click the link I linked in post # 1 , I embedded that song in this thread . .

Yeah , one of the most famous songs about Egypt ever ,for sure



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If you click the link I linked in post # 1, I embedded that song in this threat . .

Yeah , one of the most famous songs about Egypt ever , for sure . .


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Yup . .

. . always interesting to imagine how certain civilisations would have ended had they had today's technology . . https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?...05#post2274405

But then . . the egyptians were ahead of their time anyways . .

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The Library of Alexandria wasn't burned down by Christians; it was burned down by Julius Caesar.

Regardless of what else one might say about Christians or Christianity, the only reason that most of the documents exists from which most of our knowledge of the ancient Pagan world come is that Christian monks voluntarily abstained from sex for their entire lives so that they could meticulously copy and recopy those documents. So the next time that you read an epic by Homer, a play by Sophocles, a dialog by Plato, or a treatise by Aristotle, offer a silent thank you to the Christian monks who gave up sex so that we could have knowledge of the ancient world.

The city of Munich, Germany, the birthplace of National Socialism, gets its name from those monks who copied those manuscripts. Here is the coat of arms of Munich, which honors those monks:

They couldn't record and write down manuscripts if they had a woman beside them? hmm.... Didn't seem to stop the eastern orthodox byzantines from writing things down.
 
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The Library of Alexandria wasn't burned down by Christians; it was burned down by Julius Caesar.

Regardless of what else one might say about Christians or Christianity, the only reason that most of the documents exists from which most of our knowledge of the ancient Pagan world come is that Christian monks voluntarily abstained from sex for their entire lives so that they could meticulously copy and recopy those documents. So the next time that you read an epic by Homer, a play by Sophocles, a dialog by Plato, or a treatise by Aristotle, offer a silent thank you to the Christian monks who gave up sex so that we could have knowledge of the ancient world.

The city of Munich, Germany, the birthplace of National Socialism, gets its name from those monks who copied those manuscripts. Here is the coat of arms of Munich, which honors those monks:

Julius Caesar didn't burn down the Library, i don't know why you people believe that.
 
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Yup . .

. . always interesting to imagine how certain civilisations would have ended had they had today's technology . . https://vnnforum.com/showthread.php?...05#post2274405

But then . . the egyptians were ahead of their time anyways . .
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They couldn't record and write down manuscripts if they had a woman beside them? hmm.... Didn't seem to stop the eastern orthodox byzantines from writing things down.
No where did nikola say the monks couldn't have copied down the texts because of women.
 
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No where did nikola say the monks couldn't have copied down the texts because of women.
He said because they devoted their lives and abstained from laying down with a woman their entire lives. I don't see how preserving the epic manuscripts of old had to be accomplished by not feeling the embrace of a woman. All of eastern orthodox Christians allowed priests to have a wife. The catholic church its first period of history allowed priests to have wives. The pope and all the clergy in rome had brothels built into the Vatican to relieve their stress. But hey they were "super holy guys" that never got their hands caught in the cookie jar if that helps people go to sleep at night. I have no doubt some pure souled people devoted their lives to their cause and lord. Personally I don't see how abstaining from laying down with the ladies would keep someone from writing down the ancient scripts. If anything it could give them a better insight into what was written.
 
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The Library of Alexandria wasn't burned down by Christians; it was burned down by Julius Caesar.

Regardless of what else one might say about Christians or Christianity, the only reason that most of the documents exists from which most of our knowledge of the ancient Pagan world come is that Christian monks voluntarily abstained from sex for their entire lives so that they could meticulously copy and recopy those documents. So the next time that you read an epic by Homer, a play by Sophocles, a dialog by Plato, or a treatise by Aristotle, offer a silent thank you to the Christian monks who gave up sex so that we could have knowledge of the ancient world.

The city of Munich, Germany, the birthplace of National Socialism, gets its name from those monks who copied those manuscripts. Here is the coat of arms of Munich, which honors those monks:

The Library was destroyed by invading muzzies in 642 CE on the orders of Caliph Omar ...
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In AD 642, Alexandria was captured by the Muslim army of 'Amr ibn al-'As. Several later Arabic sources describe the library's destruction by the order of Caliph Omar. Bar-Hebraeus, writing in the thirteenth century, quotes Omar as saying to Yaḥyā al-Naḥwī: "If those books are in agreement with the Quran, we have no need of them; and if these are opposed to the Quran, destroy them."...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Librar...andria#Decline

Which is exactly what we have seen muzzie culture destroyers in the ME and Western Asia proclaim today as they continue to attempt eradication of the ancient history of the region.

Seriously, how could any of you believe that it would have been anyone else that burned the Library of Alexandria?
 
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