History Rewritten

Post 1: Posted on Wed, Aug 31 2011

(Includes discussion on Displaced Dynasties, Ramses 2, Nebuchadnezzar 2, Necho 2, 19th Egyptian Dynasty, Merenptah, life-dramas, 26th Egyptian Dynasty)

Historians are trying to rewrite ancient Egyptian history, especially in respect of the time relating to Ramesses 2.
In the following web-sites (relating to Displaced Dynasties), there are attempts to rewrite history by bringing the rule of Ramses 2 closer to the time of Nebuchadnezzar 2 :
1. http://www.displaceddynasties.com/volume-3.html
2. http://www.displaceddynasties.com/
3. http://www.kent.net/DisplacedDynasties/

The following websites, however, places Ramses 2 around the time of Nebuchadnezzar 2 :
1. http://www.cgca.net/coglinks/wcglit/hoehcompendium/hhc1ch8.htm
2. http://www.specialtyinterests.net/ramses2.html
3. http://users.actrix.co.nz/da.astwood/VelikovskySynchronism.html

My second Copper Aged past birth played the role of Ramesses 2. And my third Copper Aged birth was Nebuchadnezzar 2. My second and third Copper Aged past births are in an emerged state, now, actively helping me with my explanations and helping to bring in world unity. Thus, when I was reading what was written in the abovementioned web-sites, I knew that if I placed my mind on this and tried to explain it, I will be able to come up with something good which historians could use for their further developments based on their finds etc.

There are various views as to when Ramses 2 had lived and reigned. A traditional view is that Ramses 2 was born on 22-Feb-1303 BC in Egypt and that he died in Egypt around 1213 B.C. The traditional view is that Ramses 2 had reigned from 1279 BC to 1213 BC . Rameses 2 is also referred to as Ramesses the Great and he is said to be the third Egyptian pharaoh in the 19th Egyptian Dynasty. The traditional view is that Merenptah, the son of Ramses 2, ruled from 1213 B.C. to 1203 B.C.

The traditional view is that Nebuchadnezzar II was born around 630 BC and that he had died in 561 B.C. He is said to have ruled from around 605 to 562 B.C.

The traditional view is that Necho 2 ruled from 610 B.C. to 595 B.C. The traditional view is that Necho 2 had died before Nebuchadnezzar 2 died.

Those who have put forward the Displaced Dynasties theory have reasoned that Ramses II must have begun ruling Egypt in the time frame 840-774 B.C. This is closer to the truth, compared to the traditional view because it has brought Ramses 2 closer to the time of Nebuchadnezzar 2. But it is still not that accurate.

The other historians, who say that Ramesses 2 lived at about the same time as Nebuchadnezzar 2, say that Ramses 2 reigned from 610 BC to 544 BC. They say that Ramses 2 reigned for 66 years in the 19th Dynasty; and that this 19th Dynasty had existed at about the same time as the 26th Egyptian Dynasty (where Necho 2 plays an important part). They say that Ramses 2 was also Necho 2. Their view is that Merenptah reigned from 544 B.C. to 536 B.C. (8 years); however, Merenptah had co-ruled with his father, Ramses 2, while his father reigned. Though bringing the time of Ramses 2 closer to Nebuchadnezzar 2 has made this theory closer to the truth (compared to the traditional view), they are wrong in saying that Merenptah lived after Nebuchadnezzar.

From my own experiences, I know that the son of Ramses 2, Merenptah, had played the role of Necho 2 (more than his father had done). Actually it was the son of Ramses 2 who had played the role of Necho 2. Ramses 2 was just helping him to play this role. From experiences, I also know that Merenptah/Necho 2 had died before Nebuchadnezzar 2 died. Rameses 2 had died about 5 months before Nebuchadnezzar 2 was born. The soul enters the foetus when the foetus is about four and a half months old. Merenptah (the son of Ramses 2), who played the role of Necho 2, was already quite old when Nebuchadnezzar 2 was ruling in Babylon. This was why Nebuchadnezzar 2 lived longer than Necho 2.

Each of the ancient Egyptian Dynasties was a life-drama. Each life-drama of a dynasty related something about the end of the cycle or about the Confluence Age (at the end of the cycle). Or the life-drama involved getting something done in the Copper Age. Each life-drama had a purpose. And the person in charge of this life-drama, or who was making sure that the aims of the life-drama are achieved, plays the role of the pharaoh in that life-drama. Often, a life-drama is started for a pharaoh or future pharaoh. That pharaoh will be 'the greatest achiever' in that life-drama. Some life-dramas were started because the pharaohs were interested in starting a new life-drama based on their desires to start something new or based on the need to get something done. When the goal was achieved, the dynasty / life-drama ends.

Each dynasty was given a long list of pharaohs based on who was helping with the aims of the life-drama. Sometimes, the original/actual pharaoh plays the role of the first pharaoh (but only as a godly role) while the others, involved with carrying out the goal, play the role of human pharaohs (as the second or third pharaoh). The last pharaoh or last few pharaohs are usually those who are involved with bringing an 'end' to the life-drama. For example, they may be involved with the mummification of the pharaoh of that life-drama. But since they are in charge of the life-drama after the pharaohs' death, they are the next pharaohs (in those life-dramas).

Those involved with carrying out the life-drama can involve the royal family members or others (who have special talents). The people involved with the aims of the life-drama were given status through these life-dramas. This made the people, serving for the aim/purpose of the life-drama, happy. The kings in the divine world (during the first half cycle) gave whatever the people wanted. Thus, the people who walked out of the divine world, gave kingship and other status, in the life-dramas, to keep their workers/servers, and family members, happy. Through giving status within the life-drama, the aims of the life-drama will definitely get carried out. For example, the life-drama of the 19th Dynasty was for the mapmaker role of Ramses 2 (my second Copper Aged birth). This life-drama made sure that my second Copper Aged birth was properly prepared to play the role of the mapmaker, at the end, because people were given status (and duties) to make sure that the aims of the life-drama was carried out. I will be discussing this 19th dynasty in later posts.

The life dramas do not have to start and end one after the other. They can start, and end, at any time. They can exist at the same time or overlap at some point in time. For example, the life-dramas of 19th Egyptian Dynasty (for Ramesses 2), 26th Egyptian Dynasty (for the role of Necho 2), 20th Egyptian Dynasty (to continue the uncompleted work and bhakti for the role of Ramesses 2) and the life-drama of Nebuchadnezzar 2 overlapped each other at certain points in time. I will be discussing these further in later posts.

When there was more than one life-drama in force at a time, there can be more than one king/pharaoh ruling at the same time. Each is actually the ruler where his life-drama, and duties, are concerned. However, if there is any conflicting situation because of the different life-dramas, the ultimate authority (who is the actual king/Pharaoh) will have the final say. The ultimate authority is usually the father, if the son is ruling in another life-drama in the area. This is why the actual king or person in charge/authority is often portrayed with a special role at the beginning of each life-drama (though this role may not be actively played in the life-drama). Alternatively, God or his Confluence Aged instruments (in the Copper Age) are given special roles as a beginning for the life-drama. Through doing this, the life-dramas were made to reflect that they were connected to what happens in the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. It also gives the life-drama a good auspicious start. You will understand what I am saying better when I begin to explain the roles of the pharaohs in the ancient Egyptian Dynasties.

The reason why there are so many similarities between some of the life-dramas is because the popular parts gets copied into other life-dramas because those parts are all about the same Confluence Aged events that take place at the end of the cycle. I will be discussing this further when I discuss the ancient battles.

Ramses 2 was involved in the life drama (19th Dynasty) for the sake of 'clarification' that will lead to unity (at the end of the cycle). The life-drama of Necho 2 represented that (at the end of the cycle), after clarification begins to be given, 'unity' will be worked towards until the end of the cycle. Nebuchadnezzar's life-drama involves 'unity' which will lead to world rule (at the end of the cycle). The life drama, which Nebuchadnezzar 2 was participating in, involves a take over of world rule from those in the line of Abraham (representing what happens at the end of the cycle); and where the Copper Age is concerned, Nebuchadnezzar's life-drama includes a World Rule on behalf of those in the line of Abraham.

Necho's life-drama (for unity) is one that has to come in-between 'clarification' (through Ramesses) and 'World Rule' (through Nebuchadnezzar). This is how it will be at the end of the cycle and so the life-dramas represented it in this way, in the Copper Age. Though the life-drama of Nebuchadnezzar 2 was about 'world rule', the Babylon which Nebuchadnezzar 2 was ruling, and building in, represented the Golden Age. The Golden Age has to come with the take over of World Rule by the deity souls. Thus, the life-drama (which was provided for Nebuchadnezzar 2) represented this.

Having variety in the ancient life-dramas was similar to how we have variety in movies now. Only, now, movie making is a profitable entertainment; and the audience sit and watch it. In the Copper Age, the people lived the 'drama' of the story.

If you can accept what I say, then you may have lived at that time when these ancient life-dramas were lived. And if you put your mind to it, you might have a better understanding relating to the parts of the life-dramas which you were involved in.

I will be discussing the life-dramas of Ramesses, Necho, Nebuchadnezzar and all the other ancient Egyptian Dynasties in later posts. The Exodus and Moses will also be discussed in later posts. More on life-dramas is discussed at:
Ancient Life-Dramas

Links to discussions on my 2nd and 3rd Copper Aged births can be found at:
My Past Births
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Post 2: Posted on
Sat, Sep 10 2011

I will not be able to explain the ancient Egyptian Dynasties well without first explaining the role of the Egyptian God Set. So please read Egyptian God Seth before continuing to read the posts here. There is also a brief discussion on Ramses 2 and Seti 1 there. Thus, please read contents at:

Egyptian God Set

There is a brief discussion on Neith, Sais (ancient capital of Egypt), Psamtik I / Psammetichus I, Twenty-sixth Dynasty, Ramses 2, Necho 2 at:

Egyptian Goddess Neith

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Post 3:
Wed, Oct 5 2011

I have also touched a little on Egyptian history in:

Egyptian God Set

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