Not Out of Greece 2nd Edition

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Not Out of Greece 2nd Edition - By Ra Un Nefer Amen


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For years, Western scholars have claimed that mathematics, science and logic are greek inventions. Ra Un Nefer Amen provides the proof that, not only are Greeks not responsible for the invention of the organized study of and application of these subjects, but that they were in fact very deficient in them. Once and for all the controversy has been settled. It all started in Kamit (Ancient Egypt) and Sumer. In this new edition, Ra Un Nefer Amen, author of the internationally acclaimed Metu Neter volumes 1-7, provides irrefutable proof that the Greeks that played the major role in the creation of Greek civilization, which scholars today claim as the origin of western civilization, were educated in ancient Egypt. Ra Un Nefer Amen references ancient books written by the Greek philosophers and scholars--Iamblichus, Plato, Aristotle, and many others that show their indebtedness to ancient Egypt for the teachings that gave them their reputation as wise men, scientists and philosophers. The importance of knowing these truths is not limited to giving credit where it belongs. The contemporary practice of hiding the truth has kept scholars and students from benefitting from many of the scientific, spiritual sociological and psychological teachings of the ancients that are needed for the changes the world needs to make to alter its present self-destructive course.

Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

Chapter 1

The First Dark Age of the “West”

Crete, the Cradle of Western Civilization

The Pelasgians

Crete and the Cretans

The Rise of Minoan Civilization (3000-1900 BC)

Cretan Religion and Government

Hera

Hella, Hellen, Selene, and Crone

Europa

Athena

Athens

Cretan Script

The Hellads in Crete (1900-1700)

Canaanites, an African People

Rise of the Mycenaean culture and the Fall of the Minoan (1700-1400 BC)

Dorian and Achaean Destruction of Mycenaean culture (1400-1150 BC)

The first Greek Renaissance

Naucratis and Sais

Chapter 2

Egypt Before Greece

Egypt, a Black African People

Herodotus, Eyewitness Account

Egypt and Kush

First Egyptian Contribution to Greece

Mathematics in Egypt

Nation Building, Administration and Mathematics

The Decimal Notation System

The Operations of Arithmetic

Division

Proportions

Geometry

Algebra

Geometric and Arithmetic Progressions

The Calendar

The Great Pyramid and the Calendar

Secret of the Priests

Cycles

Medicine

Causes of Disease and Psychosomatic Illness

Art

The Canonical System

The Great Pyramid

Astronomy and the Temples

Chapter 3

Classical Greece

Diodorus of Sicily

The Great Greek Scholars of the Classical Period

Thales of Miletus

Miletus-Ionia

Thales of Miletus

Pythagoras

Iamblichus on Pythagoras

Western Scholars and Pythagoras

Democritus of Abdera

Plato

Greek “Geometry”

Plato’s Politics

Plato’s Philosophical Ideas

Aristotle

Eudoxus

Logic, the Foundation of Critical Thinking

The Analytical Faculty

The Synthesizing Faculty

Reasoning or Logical Thinking

Induction

Deduction

Origin and Purpose of Geometry

Chapter 4

Alexandria Greece

The Library of Alexandria

The Librarians and Researchers of Alexandria

Euclid

Destruction of the Library of Alexandria

Claudius Ptolemy

Chapter 5

Religion, Philosophy and Science

Religion

Beauty

Chapter 6

Egypt’s Contribution to the Islamic World

Chapter 7

Medieval Europe, the Third Dark Age

The Renaissance

Chapter 8

The “Modern Scientific” Era in Europe

Chapter 9

Summation

Appendix

Fundamentals of Mathematics

Bibliography

Index