The Scota Myth Egypt to Scotland – It seems to me we need to investigate these old stories . . .~J

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  1. Sean Dwyer says:

    Growing up near Tralee in Ireland, I was always aware of Scota’s Grave in Foley’s Glen, which is just south of the town. We heard that she was the daughter of a Pharoah. The best explanation that I have found was that she was the oldest daughter of Akhenaten (a.k.a. Amenhotep IV and Acencres) and Nefertiti. Akhenaten upset the status quo when he declared that there was only one God – Aten – thereby displacing many thousand priests who supported Amun, Osiris, and other “gods”. When Akhenaten died he was succeeded by his son Tutankhamen, a half brother of Scota (who was known as Meritaten to the Egyptians). Tut was a child at the time, and the Old guard restored Amun and the old Gods. Tut was about 19 when he was murdered, probably by the Vizier Aye, who married Meritaten/Scota’s sister Mekaten ASAP. Mekaten disappears from history, as does Meritaten, until she shows up in Ireland as Scota Queen of the Milesians. She died after a battle with the Tuatha de Danna and was buried there. Her sons went on to become high kings of Ireland.

    • Jean says:

      Sean, Drunvalo’s most recent video talks about Akhenaten . . . interesting that you should mention it here. Many thanks for sharing and hugs, ~Jean

      • Sean Dwyer says:

        Jean
        Read the book “The Golden Thread of Time” by Crichton E. M. Miller. To cut a long story short, the Celtic Cross was an Egyptian engineering tool that could be used to determine the height of two sides of a building (like a Pyramid?). It would work equally well to determine the angle of Polaris to the horizon. In other words, latitude.
        Miller makes no reference to Loraine Evans book about Scota being Meritaten, the oldest daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. His book is about ancient navigation tools, and I found it when I was researching the mariner’s astrolabe, which is basically a Celtic cross which is hung from a staff or a tree, as opposed to being mounted on top of a staff.
        Look at any picture of an old Celtic Cross and you will see a circle that is attached to the back of a cross, with a “nub” where the center of the circle would be. Was the nub the head of Christ and the circle a halo around it? Was the circle a representation of the Sun God behind the Christian cross when the Celts converted to Christianity? (I heard both growing up in Ireland). Or was the circle a ring with degrees marked on it and the nub a nut and bolt around which the circle rotated? Miller describes a broken tool that was found in the Pyramid of Khufu in 1872, but not understood until 1998. Bottom line, it – (the Celtic cross?) – preceded Christianity by several thousand years.
        Aten was the Sun God, the one God that Akhenaten tried to impose on Egypt. That fits with the circle of the Celtic cross being the Celtic Sun God mentioned above.
        I will leave you with two suggestions: (1) Look up a picture of a mariner’s astrolabe and say that it is not a Celtic cross, and (2) Look up “Fenit, Ireland” on Google Earth. It was the birthplace of St. Brendan the Navigator who is commonly depicted with a Celtic cross on the sail of his boat. Then scroll a mile or two to the east and you can see several “Fairy Forts” (rings) from the time of St. Brendan. A few (4-5) miles farther east and you will see Tralee. Go south from that about 4 miles and you will be at Scota’s Grave (which you cannot see on Google Earth. If I knew about Scota’s, the Pharoah’s daughter, grave in the 1950s, then certainly Brendan knew in the 6th century.

        • Jean says:

          Thanks for this info . . . I’m not deeply informed on this one, so I’m not able to comment. I wish I had the time to read the book you suggest, but there are days when I know I just can’t do it all . . . so I do only the best I can. Hugs, ~Jean

  2. Matariki says:

    Hi Jean ( I like your new photo btw :-) )
    Yes … Scotland is an interesting place. I am based in Scotland near Rosslyn .. very powerful energies.
    There is a bit of info on my site which I found about the Scotland / Egypt link … the Celtic story is fascinating .. There is a hill nearby which I have painted … looks remarkably like a pyramid. :-)
    Anyway .. here are the posts:
    http://matarikidimension.wordpress.com/2010/12/10/the-pyramids-of-scotland/
    http://matarikidimension.wordpress.com/2011/07/02/scotlands-past-links-with-ancient-egypt/

  3. Ann Magoon says:

    I concur with Holly, Michael Tsarion says that the Irish went to Egypt in the times of the Druids, of course I know the story is about Scotland, but maybe the facts are related somehow especially since land masses change with the passing of the ages.

  4. majapahit says:

    Michael Tsarion has done extensive research indeed.

    One should suppose that travel throughout early and prehistory must be extensive,
    this is not taught though in regular education.

    I have noticed that ‘the powers that be’ are suppressing such knowledge,
    and one of their reasons probably might be the problem of the kingship bloodline,
    that has more often than not, fundamental errors in the proper succession,
    and the ‘peasants’, must be kept in the dark about, what deal was made where, or who cheated when.

    Tsarion ‘s approach is a pretty fairytale, but obviously seems to follow an Agenda also, the
    ‘emancipation’ of the Idea of the superior or ‘civilized’ celt.
    And this should be seen in the light of the classic roman history writings, where celts were portrayed as
    strange wild savages indeed.

    Embellishing history can go all kinds of ways, and the ‘problem’ of a ‘lost tribe of Israel’ , and whether
    or not a ‘bloodline of David’ washed ashore somewhere in Brittany or perhaps the South of France has been
    the cause of major bloodshed through the ages.

    And all this for power & money, and to keep the ignorant dumb.

  5. Michael Tsarion has done extensive research on this subject and cross-referenced his findings.

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