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The Egyptian Type Section

Under GIRA’s Interpretation of East Africa, Egypt is the Type Section, not Olduvai. The key to unlocking the mystery and finding the correct interpretation for the “Olduvai Gorge Section” is found in “The Egyptian Type Section.” No place has been under such intensive investigation and study from a geological, archaeological, anthropological and pre-historical perspective than Egypt (see in Newsletter vol.12, no.2).

The Egyptian Type Section: revised 2004.

The Egyptian Type Section: revised 2004.

Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic ages of Man have been identified in Egypt and throughout most of Africa (see Figure 2). In Egypt a continuous history is present dating from the older Paleolithic Age with its nomadic hunters and food gatherers to the Pre-Dynastic Thinite Period characterized by the 1st and 2nd Dynasties though to the 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th Dynasties leading to the abrupt termination of the great and glorious Old Kingdom Age about 2500 years BC. (see Figure 2& in Newsletter vol. 10, no. 2) The Old Kingdom Age and most of the Thinite Age is regarded as being of Neolithic Age. The Lower Thinite Period relates more closely to the Mesolithic Age. The Paleolithic age relates to the nomadic, hunters and food gatherers.

The Egyptian Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic ages readily fit into the geological Altithermal age without doing any injustice to the scientific data. It is not necessary to extend the age of Man beyond this point in time, even though many desire to do so (Figure 1).

We are able to demonstrate that “The Egyptian Type Section” fits the Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic ages throughout the region of Mesopotamia, the Middle East, all of Europe, Asia as well as Africa. We are finding more and more that The Egyptian Type Section bears a remarkable similarity to North and South America. The pre-historians, archaeologists, and anthropologists throughout these regions have always tried to interpret the evidences of Early Man within a Darwinian Interpretation on the basis of the Olduvai Type Section. This has led to all kinds of confusion, ambiguity and disagreements.

For more detailed information see “Early Egyptian History” and “A Past, Glorious Stone Age Civilization.”


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