by far the greatest civilization
first in medicince
where my kmt heads at
42 negative confessions vs the ten comandments
pharoh ankenaten is a steady study
the way kmt is taught in schools needs to be changed
what do you guys think about the hanuti vs
pharoh ankhenaten ?
hanuti being the priests holding the most ancint of teachings
hiding them fro the people
ankenaten trying to bring these teachings back to the people
I don't believe that to be a historically accurate summary Spoons. I don't know if you read my post from the thread link I gave above but it would seem that Ankhenatens motives were not so honorable and more political. More so the teachings he supposedly brought back to the people were inferior to the already established religious system.
As for the priests hiding the ancient teachings, I don't think it was hiding so much as it was keeping it safe. They held the knowledge of some pretty powerful science and in the wrong hands they new it would be disastrous. Never the less it was not hidden from the people. Those who were deemed worthy were able to learn as is proven by the many inscriptions of the Nuk Au Neter (or Pert Em Heru, so called Book of the Dead) found within the tombs of commoners. Just like you would not hand the keys of your car to a 5 year old, neither would you teach the science of self to those who would not use it wisely.
Meanwhile, as soon as the reign of Ankhenaten was over the priesthood was quickly reinstated and the former religious system was put back in its rightful place. Unfortunately the rot had set in and the reign of Ankhenaten ended up being one of the main reasons for Kamit's downfall.
What about Atlantis? I've also read that The Mayan Civilization was further along than The Children of Khem in terms of astrological knowledge and mathematics.