Ancient Egypt Books Need Your Help
I'm Julia Herdman
I am seeking support to help my archaeologist husband Martin finish a project we have been working on for several years.
Martin has made some new discoveries about Ancient Egypt. We have funded the project ourselves so far, but alas we have now exhausted our resources, and we need some financial help to complete the project.
Martin worked in UK archaeology rescuing precious archaeological remains for more than 20 years, but he had to stop due to ill health. Since then he has developed an expertise in Egyptology and has made several groundbreaking discoveries by reviewing and reinterpreting archaeological reports and plans.
The New Discoveries
We believe we have found the famed numbers of the god Thoth. These numbers appear in monuments and texts for 3,000 years. We have lots of evidence to support this new idea which runs contrary to the views of mainstream Egyptologists.
We can demonstrate that the Ancient Egyptians used these numbers to model the cosmos, create metaphysical connections with their gods and to formulate the sacred landscape of Egypt.
The Power to Change History
This is a discovery that has the power to transform the understanding of Egypt's temples and tombs.
The system is simple and beautiful, hidden in plain sight. It shows how marvellously clever the ancient Egyptian mathematician priests were.
The Numbers of Thoth is the first book to examine ancient Egyptian sacred numbers for over a hundred years. The Numbers of Thoth explores why Egyptologists gave up on sacred numbers and reveals what they missed - a hidden numerical system used to model the cosmos, design temples and tombs, and to set out a sacred mythical landscape. The numbers were so powerful; some of them made their way into Judaism and Christianity.
The Order of Creation is based on our new understanding of the gods and their sacred numbers. We have some new things to say about the ancient Egyptian idea of creation, the nature of the creator god Atum and the Sphinx, Osiris, Set, Isis, Nephthys and Horus. Our new understanding of Egypt's gods helps us to identify Egypt's influence on the development of Judaism and early Christianity.
We believe these books will have a huge impact on Egyptology and enhance the appreciation of the achievements of the Ancient Egyptians, but to continue this important project we need your help.
If you would like to help us finish this important project please send us a contribution.
Sincere thanks - Julia and Martin Herdman