Ancient Egyptian artifacts have been uncovered all over the world, implying that our tale, as we know it, isn’t real and that bits have been purposefully modified. Although this concept is still contentious and has many detractors, there is no denying that documents such as the Palermo Stone exist that might conclusively explain why our past is not what we think it is.
PALERMO BLUE STONE
When it comes to determining the chronology of the numerous monarchic dynasties that ruled throughout Ancient Egypt’s history, we have a number of valuable documents to help academics with this arduous endeavor, which is far from complete. One of the earliest documents we must respect is the so-called “Stone of Palermo,” of which seven portions are distributed in various museums.
The distribution of the seven fragments would be as follows:
Three parts have been held in Palermo’s Archaeological Museum since 1877. Despite the fact that its forefathers remain unknown.
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo houses three fragments from 1903 as well as another from 1910. This museum houses a fifth component, which was obtained on the antique market in 1963.
The last section is located at University College London (Petrie Museum, UC 15508). It was also unearthed in an antique market and purchased by Petrie in 1917.
IS THE ANCIENT EGYPIAN PALERMO STONE PROOF OF A CHANGE IN HISTORY?
The Palermo stone is considered one of the most essential resources for learning Ancient Egypt and its whole history. Although scholars are unclear of the exact date of construction, it is thought to have occurred during one of the Ancient Kingdoms around the 25th century BC.
The Palermo Stone, like other historical records with comparable information, offers information on the Kings before the dynasties of ancient Egypt and their pharaohs from the first five dynasties. The most perplexing feature of the Palermo Stone is where it identifies those unknown monarchs, who have been deemed legendary creatures based on their descriptions by certain conventional academics. But why is it the case? Why did the Palermo Stone records contain a “strange mention”?
The inscription, written in hieroglyphs, commemorates 120 rulers who ruled before Ancient Egypt was fully converted into civilisation. Surprisingly, the names of these mysterious “Gods” (as stated on the Palermo Stone) also exist in more modern Egyptian documents. The text is divided into three horizontal registers:
The name of the Egyptian ruler at the period is depicted on the upper one. Festivals, livestock counts, and other notable events take place in the center. The lower one reflects the Nile River’s annual peak flooding level.
In the top band, the names of many predynastic rulers of Lower Egypt are written: “… pu”, Seka, Jaau, Tiu, Tyesh, Neheb, Uadynar, Meet, and “… a”.
Unfortunately, the Palermo Stone’s value was not immediately recognized, and this magnificent piece of history was once used as a gate.
DO ANCIENT EGYPTIAN DOCUMENTS FROM DIFFERENT PERIODS HAVE ANY PARALLELS?
The Royal Canon of Turin, The Stone of Palermo, and The List of the Sumerian Kings, for example, all identify Gods who came to earth and ruled for thousands of years.
Furthermore, the Palermo Stone explains everything about Ancient Egypt’s taxation, rites, Nile levels, military formations, and a plethora of other specific details that indicate it to be clearly authentic.
So, why are so many scientists skeptical of their own documents? The main argument against these kings’ existence is because their descriptions would prove the reality of the Ancient Astronauts, a belief that would obliterate all of our conventional histories.