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The egyptian queen of heaven, the legendary ancestor goddess Nut, the cow goddess, known as Isis, or Hathor Sekhmet, also known as Neith, was the Athena of ancient Greece, so attested by the egyptian priests in Plato’s story of Atlantis, who said the bronze age city of Athens was established in her name.  And her story renders ridiculous mainstream archaeologists’ (and geologists’) notion that ancient Egypt had no legend of a global encompassing flood, Noah’s Flood, as the Greeks did with their legend of Deucalion and Pyrrha, which even the egyptian priests knew was legendary in Greece, but contested its earth-covering extent, what however the greek tale clearly relates (‘though Plato didn’t bother to point this out), that there was that flood which covered the earth which the ancient egyptians ‘though said was stopped prematurely by Isis/Athena, having poured red-dyed beer on the earth, then drank it, to forget about her supposed role given by Atum (Adam) Ra to destroy humankind.

Not to be confused with the greek flood of Ogygos, which occurred later when the Ice Age was ending, the same flood which consumed Atlantis and coastal cities around the world circa 1500 B.C. (see category Submerged Ancient Ruins), the flood of Deucalion and Pyrrha was the global encompassing flood in Genesis acknowledged in the ancient literature and legends of hundreds of people groups around the world, including the Egyptians, who did have a global flood legend, that Ra intended to destroy the earth by flooding, was in the process of doing it, but was stopped by the beneficent Nut/Hathor, who actually was the wife of Ham, Naamah, a sister of Tubal Cain before the Flood, the only accolyte of the religion of Cain who survived the Deluge of Noah’s time, the Flood of Deucalion in Greece, and the global flood which Nut supposedly stopped, which God did stop actually, allowing the eight, including Nut/Naamah, to survive and reproduce in the post Flood world.  Now see

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