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             A life changing journey

Welcome to Atlantis Ireland Mystery School connecting Ireland and Egypt.  Linked to its partner Mystery school in Egypt, the Flower of Light Center Luxor FLOWER OF LIGHT MYSTERY SCHOOL

It is the intention of Atlantis Ireland to re-establish the ancient connections between these sacred lands.  To re-connect the Mystery Schools of the ancient world, to re-member our ancient ancestors, their wisdom, science, knowledge.  To awaken our ancient memory and to re-establish unity between Mind Body and Spirit.  It is the study, understanding and integration of the science of our ancient ancestors, which enables us to open up and connect to the higher aspects of our self.  Opening gateways to our higher consciousness, we can access higher abilities and skills, creating and manifesting our lives on a higher level.  Awakening to the ”Science of Enlightenment” of our ancient ancestors, understanding our past, present and future  and the nature of time, will open up worlds beyond your wildest imagination.  This is a Life Changing Journey.

"Now he has departed from this strange world a little ahead of me. That means nothing. People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion."-Albert Einstein  

                        

                                            

     Investigating the myth of Atlantis

A 2004 book investigating the myth of Atlantis said that the mythical island was almost certainly the island of Ireland. The claim was made by Swedish geologist Dr. Ulf Erlingsson in his book Atlantis from a Geographer’s Perspective: Mapping the Fairy Land.  According to Erlingsson: This book is an attempt at permanently settling the question of whether the geographic description of Atlantis was based on a real place. The answer is a resounding yes. Beyond reasonable doubt, Plato based the geographic description on Ireland.  Erlingsson bases his evidence on Plato's description of Atlantis, which matches Ireland almost perfectly. Statistically, the scientist claims, the probability is over 99.98%  that Plato was describing Ireland.'

                   Creator Gods

 

Written tradition such as the text on the walls of the Temple of Edfu in Egypt, speak of sages and creator gods who came to Egypt in Zep Tepi or the First Time.  These divine beings or sages who came from "the Homeland of the Primeval Ones," (Urani Land, Ireland) are said to be the fouders of the very first prehistoric Egyptian civilization.  It is said that they re-established the sacred mounds at very carefully chosen locations around the world,  after which they embarked upon a temple building programme in order to re-establish their homeland after a catastrophic flood.  

                       In an Irish manuscript, it is written that:                                                                                                                                                      

                       

"All who are adepts in Druidical and magical arts are the descendants of the Tuatha De Danaan."

Hieroglyphic text inscribed on the Great Ebony Label found in 1901 by Sir Flinders Petrie in the "tomb" (cenotaph) of King Menes at Abydos (Petrie, 1902), describes how King Menes had embarked on a voyage of exploration with his fleet "to the Sunset Land in the Western Ocean": (Urani Land)

"King Menes, the Ruler of Mizraim [Egypt], the Land of the Two Crowns, the perished dead one in the West of the Horus race . . . The Commander-in-Chief of Ships made the complete course to the end of the Sunset Land. Sailing in ships, he completed the inspection of the Western Land. He built there a holding in Urani Land. At the Lake of the Peak, fate pierced him by a Hornet (Kheb, or Wasp) . . . This drilled tablet set up of hanging wood is dedicated to his memory." 

Notice that one of the names given in the inscription for the Western Land is Urani, which is associated with Erin, the old name for Ireland.  In light of the fact that the "tomb" at Abydos did not contain the mummy of King Menes, then we must look to Ireland Urani Land for the burial place of, "the perished dead one in the West”.  The final resting place of Menes was discovered by Professor Waddell at Knockmany in County Tyrone. Inscriptions found on boulder stones at the site were in Sumerian script and were identical to those found at Menes' empty Egyptian tomb site. Professor Waddell wrote of his unique finds:

“In particular the photograph of one of the stones contains the same monogram of the name "Urani," and is written by the same signs as on the ebony label, but on a larger scale; and the realistic pictograph of the animal which caused the death of Menes in Urani represented it as a hornet” - (Makers of Civilization in Race and History)

                Thoth the Atlantian

 According to the ancient tablets,  “The History of Thoth: The Atlantean”, the Shemsu Hor or Disciples of Horus, were a race of enlighteners who dwelt on ten pre-diluvian islands.  One of their magi was the god Thoth.

“Great were my people in the ancient days, great beyond the conception of the little people now around me; knowing the wisdom of old, seeking far within the heart of infinity knowledge that belonged to Earth's youth. Wise were we with the wisdom of the Children of Light who dwelt among us. Strong were we with the power drawn from the eternal fire. And of all these, greatest among the children of men was my father, Thoth, keeper of the great temple, link between the Children of Light who dwelt within the temple and the races of men who inhabited the ten islands.”

Although late writings depict Thoth as a god, the earliest texts depict him as a king (The Palermo Stone versus The Coffin Texts; Faulkner, 1974).  Thoth was born in a distant country to the west which was across a body of water.  In Chapter LXXXV of the Book of the Dead (Papyrus of Nu), Thoth rules the "Western Domain," and by the end of the New Kingdom he is called "Lord of the West" (Seth, 1912). He is said to be the inventor of writing, astronomy, mathematics and civilization in general (Budge, 1960). Thoth is often called the Scribe.

A catastrophe occurred in the distant country of the gods to the west, but Thoth led them across the sea to an eastern country (Egypt).  Thus it appears that Thoth was once the ruler of an Island Kingdom beyond the western horizon before the Egyptian priests turned him into a god.  Nu, the Egyptian god of the Primeval Sea, is represented on the marble sarcophagus of Seti I as being up to his waist in water with arms upraised to carry the Solar Boat across the Sky. 

The boat, with its ten royal occupants, is being carried above the flood waters engulfing their mountainous island home in the West.  It would appear that this scene depicts the final migration from the Lands of the West, Urani Land (Ireland) to Egypt because of the sudden loss of Atlantis. 


                Akhenaten & Scota 
In 1955, archaeologist Dr. Sean O’Riordan of Trinity College, Dublin, made an interesting discovery during an excavation of the Mound of Hostages at Tara, site of ancient kingship of Ireland. Bronze Age skeletal remains were found of what has been argued to be a young prince, still wearing a rare necklace of faience beads, made from a paste of minerals and plant extracts that had been fired.  The skeleton was carbon dated to around 1350 BC. In 1956, J. F. Stone and L. C. Thomas reported that the faience beads were Egyptian: “In fact, when they were compared with Egyptian faience beads, they were found to be not only of identical manufacture but also of matching design.

Lorraine Evans in her book Kingdom of the Ark investigates the origins of the people of Scotland, it is in the Bower manuscript that she discovers the story of Scota, the Egyptian princess and daughter of a pharaoh who fled from Egypt with her husband Gaythelos with a large following of people who arrive in a fleet of ships. They settled in Scotland for a while amongst the natives, until they were forced to leave and landed in Ireland, where they formed the Scotti, and their kings became the high kings of Ireland.   In her quest to discover the true identity of ‘Scota,’ as it was not an Egyptian name, she finds within Bower’s manuscript that Scota’s father is actually named as being Achencres, a Greek version of an Egyptian name. In the work of Manetho, an Egyptian priest, Evans discovers the translation of the name—the pharaoh Achencres was none other than Akhenaten, who reigned in the correct timeframe of 1350 BC. Evans believes that Scota was Meritaten, eldest daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. The third eldest daughter, Ankhesenpaaten, married her half-brother, King Tutankhamun, son of Akhenaten and his secondary wife, Kiya.

                     

What happens to Scota and her people? For this, we must return again to the myths of the people inhabiting Ireland at the time, the Tuatha de Danaan, the magical children of the Goddess Danu: “It was they who originally established the site of Tara, in the Boyne river valley, as the ritual inauguration and burial place of the ancient kings of Ireland. They were generally regarded as the gods and goddesses of the Celtic tribes, but it is believed that their true origins date far back into prehistory”. Could the de Danaan even perhaps have been the descendants of the lost land of Atlantis, migrants to Ireland after its final destruction, estimated by Edgar Cayce to have been around 10,000 BC? Cayce states in various psychic readings that the Atlanteans migrated to parts of the Yucatan and later into North America to merge with the existing native Mound Builders in the Ohio region. As Tara is also a sacred mound site, could there be a connection? It is an interesting speculation, and if the ‘Sons of Mil’ were indeed Egyptians, there is another connection to mound-building cultures, as sacred burial mounds were the origins for the pyramid structures that followed in the evolution of pyramid building in Egypt. Could there have been a common tie to these two cultures, united once more upon the Hill of Tara? Perhaps that, too, could explain part of the ancient symbolic meaning of the site, a place of sacred union of two cultures with a thread of common identity. 

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