Archeologists have discovered many beautiful artifacts which grace the greatest museums of the world. We have tried to make a connection between these stones and artifacts and the people who carved them, and to understand the spirituality which inspired them.
We invite you to make a marvelous journey to ancient Egypt, 4,800 years ago, there, on the banks of the Nile, you will discover a civilization which has lasted three thousand years.
The computer is going to try to help YOU relive the past! You will discover in particular an amazing man, who was one of the fathers of medicine, of some areas of mathematics, of architecture, and of certain religious ideas. For example, he introduced the Egyptian people to the concept of eternity, (without destroying their ancestral beliefs.)
We are persuaded that such work was not accomplished by one man, therefore we should here acknowledge all of IMHOTEPs "team", even though we do not know their names. He alone however, knew how to develop in the minds of the Egyptian people entirely new concepts that could help enrich their life on earth. Concepts such as thinking about God, using ones own conscience and considering ones neighbors welfare. The result was that the civilization of the Mediterranean World made a technological leap which, once lost, was never quite retrieved.
We hope that this site will introduce you to some fascinating historical figures and help you to become familiar with the abundant literature on this topic.
IMHOTEP : A MOST
To our INTERNET friends
We have the pleasure of presenting this new site which discusses ancient Egypt: the true precursor to the great Monotheistic religions.
We invite you also to visit our second site "ORIENT" (still under Historel) which shows us how the oriental religions grew: in Mesopotamia, Sumer, Assyria, Babylonia, Persia. It also explores the roots of Vedism and Hinduism.
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Hoping that these topics will enrich our understanding of the birth and growth of the great civilizations. Enjoy!
Jean-Claude and Bernard BRINETTE
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