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    Ancient Egpypt was called Khemet by the early settlers there, at the beginning of the ice age, named after Noah’s son Ham, Kem and Caame in the egyptian hieroglyphs, the Khnemenu who were the eight of the Ogdoad of so-called gods, four pairs of gods, who in reality symbolize the eight human survivors on Noah’s Ark.  The Egyptians taught that the great flood was averted the sky goddess Nut, who was Neith, Athena to the Greeks, who ‘though was Naamah, daughter of Tubal Cain in the book of Genesis, she was the wife of Ham, later made a diety as was her husband Ham, the eight memorialized the ancient chinese logogram for boat, much more than coincidence.

    Khem was the god of fertility, building, and navigation to the Egyptians, also known as Khnum and Min, an icthyapallic god hinting that he in reality had survived the global flood which the egyptian priests ‘though denied in their mythology, as Nu or Manu was the father of the gods, Nu clearly Noah, the global flood demonstrated true actually by the hundreds of ancient global flood legends, really only the ancient egyptians denying that it really happened, which is why the egyptian priests at Sais, almost 2,000 years after it happened, told the greek Solon in Plato’s Atlantis account that the greek legend of the globe-covering flood of Deucalion and Pyrrha was just one of many floods which affected the world in just limited ways, many floods supposedly before the flood of Deucalion which the Egyptians implied was not earth covering.

    The ancient egyptian city of Chemmis on the upper Nile (near Aswan) was later known as Panopolis to the Greeks, Pan having been their god of fertility and mischief, their name for Ham, and that region of southern Egypt was known as Kaam, clearly of Ham, the Gulf of Chambay of northwest India and Chambodia in east Asia also the namesakes of that global navigator during the ice age (which followed Noah’s Flood seeing http://genesisveracityfoundation.com), who the greeks also would know as Chronos, the time man, who navigated the globe by its wobble rate, explained for you at http://iceagecivilizations.com/articles/article02.htm, the science of the future, old school man.

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