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Vedic founders of Egypt- Pictures My Sweet Lord

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Please see attachment for pictures of vedic priests in egypt

the founder of the pyramids from the book Long Missing Links (Reproduced from page 38 Bible didctionary appened to the holy bible edited by the american revision commitee)


Photocopy from the british library.


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I'm wondering if there is anywhere with more detailed information. I know that Iran once was populated with Zoroastrians who were driven out (ie. killed) by Mohammed. I haven't heard about Egypt but there must be some connection to a greater Vedic empire in Egypt.

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Hari bol! Spending a lot of time on these forums then! Its Aashish.....


this website contains those Egypt pictures as well as other signigicant Archaeological finds throughout the world....check it out if you havent already done so......probably all those pictures came from this site:




Also, related to Archaeology and the lost vedic past is the Taj Mahal (interesting reads...):



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I think Stephen Knapp's Vaisnava name is Sri Nandanandana, not Satyaraja.

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The name Egypt is derived from Ajap referring to the Sanskrit name Ajapati or descendents of Aja. The son of Aja was Dasaratha and the son of Dasaratha was Lord Rama. The Egyptian pharaohs used names such as Ramses because Lord Rama was considered to be an ideal king and ruler of the land. The pharaohs were treated and worshipped as good as god because they conducted the god’s powers to the people.


Lord Rama had twin sons named Lava and Kusha. The subjects of the Kingdom of Kusha were known as Kushites. They inhabited the region of north-eastern Africa in the Nile Valley. The region named after the twin brother Lava was Laviya which is next to Egypt. Today this area of land is pronouced as Libya.


The Egyptian sun god was named Ra. This is actually a shortened form of the Sanskrit name for the sun, Ravi.


The Egyptian creator god is Ptah. This comes from the word Pita in Sanskrit. Pita as a god is the father of all creation.


The Egyptian goddess of cosmic order, truth and justice is Maat. This comes from the

word Mata in Sanskrit. Mata as a goddess is mother nature.


The Egyptians also accepted the cow as mother earth. This is also found in the Vedic



The lotus flower is the symbol of the sun/enlightenment in Egypt. This is also true in ancient and modern India.


Nile come froms the Sanskrit, Neel, which means blue. People often speak of the Blue Nile. Of course they do not realise that they are saying the same thing twice. This shows that they have forgotten their roots with the original Sanskrit.


The Sphinx has the body of a lion and the head of a man. In Hinduism, Lord Narasinghadeva is worshipped as an avatara of the Supreme Lord and has the head of a lion and the body of a man. Also, the word Sphinx can be traced back to the word Sing which in Sanskrit means Lion. Thus there appears to be a corruption of the Vedic truth.


The advanced mathematics used in the construction of Egyptian monuments, temples and pyramids was known by the Vedic scholars of ancient India. Incidentally, the number system (1,2,3…and 0) was also given by the Indians to the rest of the world. (Initially, the knowledge of counting spread from India to the Middle East. This is why they later became known as Arabic Numerals)


The crowns of the pharaohs used to be decorated with cobras, signifying the power of the pharaoh and providing protection from evil. This idea of the power of the serpent originates from the tantric teachings of Hinduism in which the serpent represents the power of the inner kundalini, which also provides protection to the practising yogi.


The Egyptians followed the same style of worship to that found in Hindu temples. At the Temple of Karnak in Luxor, there is a sacred lake which was used by the priests to purify themselves before performing their ceremonies. These ceremonies included making offerings of fruits, flowers and milk to the deity inside the temple. In India there are many sacred lakes in which Brahmans take bath and purify themselves before engaging in the same type of deity worship.


The Egyptians also believed in the afterlife, judgement based on good and bad deeds and the desire to become one with the cosmos. These concepts are fully explained in the Vedas.


All these points show that the religion of Egypt came from ancient India. Even the well known Indologist Max Mueller has accepted that the Egyptian culture is totally based upon the Vedic teachings.


(Refer to Proof of Vedic Culture’s Global Existence by Stephen Knapp for further explanation and evidence proving the existence of Vedic Egypt)


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