‘Origin of Proto-Vedic 2nd dynastic Egupt-Empire of Sudan-Mishr-Samara’ by Mohammed Naim

The first civic state mankind inhabited in its history was Ashvan state of Sudan-Mishr in Southern Forest of Nbiya-valley of the Nile River which was extended to the north along Nile by expedition leading to a total of five habitations, the last settlement being Bab-ILa at the site thereafter became famous as Qai-hra. All the ancient archaeological monuments present from Nabiya Valley up to Qai-hra including the three oldest pyramids of Giza depict symbols and script words related exclusively to the Proto-Vedic Civilization of Vaq-Ved. [https://plus.google.com/u/0/112155382817738914874/posts/edhAMeBce8A?cfem=1] Ashvan State of Sudan-Mishr was ruled by first Crown Prince Autom of the state referred as Chi-Op-As [Compiler of Vaq-commandments] Va-Sheesh-ta of Mishr [Chief crown of Mishr] SHASHAKA AAD [Sheesh of eldest son of Adem]. Having ruled Ashvan State for 21 years, he was killed [Shun-ken] by his brother lieutenant IRA-M who then revolted and became independent sovereign king Osiris Seth of Ashvan State of Birqu. Authorities and affiliates of first dynasty had exodus and established another state of Samara-Pulas-tya which was after 18 years won by 2nd crown to establish Egypt Empire. This book aims to work out details of origin of 2nd dynasty from various sources of History.

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