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Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/07/2013 08:43 PM
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Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?
The age of Leo or the age of Aquarius?

Why?

Discuss.
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01/07/2013 08:46 PM

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Re: Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?
I know nothing about this topic but it sounds interesting! Hopefully someone posts!

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Re: Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?
Leo of course! The Golden Age.

The sphinx was originally a statue with the head of a lion, not a pinhead human.

The sphinx is also much older than the pyramids.
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Re: Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?
The "Golden Age" was when Osiris "came to Earth".

Osiris is at the bottom of his ladder at the dawn of the age of Leo. This is when Osiris "came to Earth".
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Re: Which Astronomical Age did the Ancient Egyptians see as the First Age?
Leo of course! The Golden Age.

The sphinx was originally a statue with the head of a lion, not a pinhead human.

The sphinx is also much older than the pyramids.
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The sphinx didn't have a lions head originally.

It had the head of anubis.


The head that exists now was carved in the middle kingdom.

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