[tied] Re: Odin as a Trojan Prince meets Ra-Hotep of Egypt

From: tgpedersen@...
Message: 9199
Date: 2001-09-08

--- In cybalist@..., jpisc98357@... wrote:
> In a message dated 9/7/01 6:04:57 AM Central Daylight Time,
> > Speaking of Polish nobility: I have always
> > had difficulty etymologizing the name of Radziwil. -dzi- says
it's Polish
> >
> Dear Torsten,
> A prince of Egypt by the name of Ra-hotep escaped with a band
of warriors
> after the second conquest of Egypt by the Persians in 341 BC. This
> band managed to cross the Meditteranean Sea first to Malta then
Magna Grecia,
> landing at the Greek city of Metapontum. After a brief stay they
> northwards, serving as mercenaries in the service of various Italic
> who knew of Egypt only in gossip.
> The warriors married locally and prospered, gradually moving
north where
> they settled for a while in the northern fringes of the Po Valley
with the
> Alps at their back for protection. The name Ra-Hotep was in fact
held by
> each new generation of their kings. The Rhaetians occupied a
> valley.
> They warred constantly with their Celtic Boii neighbors and
since their
> numbers were so few, they decided to leave the Po basin and make
their way
> through one of the passes of the Alps into what is now Austria.
> Unfortunately, they ran into more Celtic tribes that were allied to
the Boii
> in the Czech basin and were forced to flee further north.
> Their years living in the Alpine foothills had given these
> mountaineering experience that served them well not only in
crossing the Alps
> but also in crossing the much easier Slovakian Mountains, easier to
> through but containing warlike Slavs, some descended from a band of
> who had moved north at about the same time from the sea of Azov and
> successfully allied themselves with the Slovaks against the more
> tribes to the north called the Podolians.
> As the Slovaks were hard pressed, they welcomed the Egyptians
as new
> allies and together their forces defeated the Podolians,
unfortunately with
> the loss of the Slovak King Kraak.
> Kraak's son decided that his new allies would be a useful
bulwark against
> the Podolians so he established them in a comfortable and fertile
value as
> his vassals, naming the new area Kraakups in honor of his lost
> Ra-Hotep was given a Podolian princess as a bride to seal the
peace, she
> was the daughter of a dead son of King Dzima who had died in the
battle. A
> small barony was thus created and a new name for the king was Ra-
Dzi. The
> area became prosperous and when the Slovak Kingdom fell to the Huns
in 434
> the little barony allied itself to the Podolians as virtually
everyone now
> spoke Podolian and only the fertility goddess Isis and her son
Horus remained
> in the local Pantheon. Egyptian language disappeared except for a
few loan
> words.
> The Slovaks' allies under Prince Odina, used to the lowlands of
> Crimea, took their spoils and moved westward to reunite with their
> who had followed a more southerly route to what is today Thuringia
where they
> wrested some territory from the local Celtic tribe and tarried for
a few
> generations before the arrival of the Romans encouraged their
> further north.
> Best regards, John Piscopo
> http://www.johnpiscoposwords.com
> PO Box 137
> Western Springs, IL 60558-0137
> (708)246-7111

Is that now official dogma of the Piscopalian Church? ;-)
I'm much disappointed that you left out the Egyptian city of Tanis.

Best regards