Around the world, scientists of Ancient Egypt have found artifacts that suggest that our story, as we know it, is not completely accurate and that the parts were intentionally altered. Although this theory is still a topic full of controversy that has many slanderers, it cannot be denied that there are no documents like the Palermo Stone.
When it comes to establishing a chronology of the different dynasties of kings who ruled throughout the history of Ancient Egypt, we have invaluable documents that help experts in this painstaking work, which is far from a satisfactory form. One of the oldest documents that we must respect is the so-called “Palermo stone”, seven of which are scattered in various museums.
The seven fragments would be arranged as follows:
- Three fragments have been in the Archaeological Museum in Palermo, Italy since 1877. Although its origin is unknown.
- Three fragments are in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, which appeared in 1903, as well as another in 1910. There is a fifth fragment in this museum, which was purchased on the antique market in 1963.
- The last fragment is in the University College London (Petrie Museum, UC 15508). It was also found on the antique market, where it was purchased in 1917 by Petrie himself. The Palermo Stone is considered to be one of the basic sources for exploring Ancient Egypt and its entire history on Earth. Although the exact date of origin of this magnificent stone remains unknown to scientists, it is believed that it was made during one of the Ancient Kingdoms, in the 25th century BC.
Among the data found in the stone in Palermo, similar to other ancient documents with similar information, there is mention of kings before the dynasties of ancient Egypt and their pharaohs from the first five dynasties. The most mysterious part of the Palermo Stone mentions those mysterious kings who, according to their descriptions, were named by some conventional researchers as mythological creatures. But why?
Why was such a “strange mention” found in the documents of the Palermo Stone?
The text, written in hieroglyphs, mentions 120 kings before the dynasties that ruled before Ancient Egypt was officially transformed into a civilization. It is strange that the names of these enigmatic “gods” (as mentioned on the stone in Palermo) are mentioned in other recent Egyptian documents.
- The above shows the name of a pharaoh from that period
- Medium, extraordinary events: festivals, cattle counting, etc.
- The lower one indicates the highest annual flood level of the Nile River.
In the upper bar are the names of several pre-dynastic rulers of Lower Egypt: “… pu”, Seka, Jaau, Tiu, Tiesh, Neheb, Uadinar, Mejet and “… a”.
Unfortunately, the significance of the stone in Palermo was not immediately recognized to the extent that this precious piece of history was once used as a gate.
Similarities between documents from different times of ancient Egypt?
For example, there are many similarities between the Royal Canon of Turin, the Palermo Stone, and the Sumerian Sumerian kings; all three texts name the Gods who came to earth and ruled for thousands of years.
In addition to this, the Palermo Stone also mentions in more detail everything related to the taxation of Ancient Egypt, as well as its ceremonies, different levels of the Nile.
So why are so many scientists reviewing these documents? The main argument for denying the existence of these kings is that, according to their descriptions, they would confirm the existence of the Ancient Astronauts, a theory that would throw all our conventional histories to earth.