Medicine Of Ancient Egypt

Ancient Egyptian is “Terra Incognita” for researchers. The more scientists decode ancient Egyptian texts and excavated monuments, the more mysteries we have to unravel.

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The priests in the temples was fixed mutations that appeared in people from Atlantis, as well as their descendants born to women Who of the earth (the territory of Ancient Egypt). What is it? The beginning of modern diseases?

Another researcher, alternative historian notes that the frescoes in the churches, engaged in curing, have only been around since 1800 BC. The impression is that before 1800 BC, no one in Egypt was not sick. The skill of mummification, which required huge knowledge, at least in the field of human anatomy, was practised long before this period. The same researcher notes that around the same time for security purposes, the fourth was destroyed pyramid complex of Giza. All four of the pyramid allegedly used by priests to restore the balance between the material and the spiritual, but also correlates with the cosmic vibration, mainly by the energies of Sirius and Orion. After the destruction of one of the pyramids it was necessary to seek alternative methods of healing people.

The Egyptians believed that lecithinase only with regard to the Trinity or “Mer-Ka-BA”, which means Body-Soul-Spirit. The treatment involved the priests-physicians.In fairness it should be noted that the same approach to the treatment of human acts and Oriental medicine. Western medicine only after visiting the witches, was transferred to mechanical recovery of the body, almost without regard to the state of the soul and the spirit. Mental illnesses and spiritual ailments since the middle ages gave its space at the mercy of religious institutions.

But back to Ancient Egypt. In the famous British Museum ancient Egyptian surgical instruments physicians. Set them, as well as the quality of their production shock modern physicians.They note that even in modern surgery ready to apply these ancient tools.

In conclusion, it is interesting to cite the example of determining the presence of pregnancy among ancient Egyptian women. A patient who wanted to define the presence of her pregnancy, was. sorry to pee on wheat. If the percentage of germinated grains was 100%, it was considered that the woman is pregnant. Modern British scientists decided to conduct this experiment. A control batch of processed grains in the urine of non-pregnant women. The results confirmed the correctness of the Egyptian scientists.Simple and most importantly cheap. No need to build expensive plants for the production testers for pregnancy.