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Imhotep the African IMHOTEP THE AFRICAN describes how Imhotep was the ancient link to the birth of modern civilisation, restoring him to his proper place at the centre of the birthing of Egyptian, and world, civilisation. Full description

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REWRITING HISTORY ONE CHAPTER AT A TIME 3. September 2013
Von Robert Steven Thomas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The story of human history that is presently being taught in our classrooms contains many-many inaccuracies and missing chapters. Bauval and Brophy are two of the most prolific modern researchers in the quest to think outside the box and uncover our true shared history more accurately. As a fellow 40+ year researcher/author on human evolution I have personally read all of the books each have written, including their most recent joint project "Black Genesis," and written favorable reviews on most of them. For those of you who are familiar with their earlier work, this book will not disappoint. Those not familiar are in store for a rare exhibition of what cutting-edge, open-minded, modern thinking can achieve. The earliest written records science has available to consider the story of human history are from the two oldest civilizations Egypt & Sumer (hieroglyphs and cuneiform) which date to approximately 3000 BC. Aside from these written accounts the more conventional tools of archaeology and anthropology are the next-best method. Unfortunately, each of these methods are highly subjective and, right or wrong, are largely determined by a consensus of Establishment thinking. Few deny that a remarkably high degree of sophistication in knowledge was clearly displayed in Egypt's most famous sites. In this book you will learn that equally amazing knowledge was also displayed by early humanity in Egypt thousands of years earlier in the now barren desert 100 miles West of the better-known sites. This book is a part of the opening volley which will ultimately form a new worldview and better understanding of history. My only criticism of the conclusions from this book are that the source of knowledge demanded to create the engineering capability clearly put to practice by these early civilizations was far greater, advanced and more expansive than the authors of this book imply. In Brophy's 2005 book "Nabta Playa" the author provided compelling evidence that advanced astronomy, including the knowledge of the true shape of the Milky Way Galaxy, its center and Earth's location, was known in approximately 6500 BC. Also, knowledge of the speed of light, precise distance to the primary stars in Orion and other important information which was only scientifically proved conclusively in the last 50 years. Are we really expected to believe this information was discovered by a primitive people with one foot still in the stone age? This book is a good start toward unraveling the mystery of the existence of highly advanced engineering and technology put to practice in human history ... but additional work must follow to uncover the actual source behind Imhotep's knowledge.
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I have gotten more information on Imhotep, and more ... 3. Oktober 2014
Von The_Profesor X - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Regarding the biographical objective of this book I cannot help but point out that I have gotten more detailed and succinct information on Imhotep from any run of the mill encyclopedias; and even Wikipedia. Granted, some of the astronomical information and the description of the architectural and astronomical significances of 'the Step Pyramid Complex' of Pharaoh Djoser, were interesting. But I didn't buy the book to read about that. I feel that Robert Bauval's stream is running dry after the first successes with works such as "The Message of the Sphinx","The Orion Mystery" and "Talisman". I cannot recommend this book for readers who are in search of groundbreaking information about the first 'Da Vinci' of history: Imhotep.
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A lot about prior books. Little about Imhotep 15. April 2014
Von braymo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this book interesting, but only because I have not read their previous book "African Genesis". There is very little about Imhotep, probably because there is very little known about him. A lot of theory, speculation and possibilitie, which is what you have to expect with this type of 'history'.
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Mind Blowing 12. Mai 2014
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A great read with so many facts and data to back all of his analysis'. Makes me proud to be of African decent!
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Yet another fascinating book 15. Oktober 2013
Von Jack Eason - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Once again we have been treated to a thoroughly intriguing insight into ancient Egypt. The contention that Imhotep may have been descended from a black African nation is intriguing. Until his tomb is found and DNA tests are performed on his remains, any hypothesis regarding his ethnicity is possible. Robert Bauval, this time in partnership with Thomas Brophy, has produced another thought provoking book.

Thank you Robert and Thomas for a brilliant read.
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