Memphis Egypt


The relative evidence on and about the city of Memphis Egypt is long and odd. The city was moved from Egypt to Rome by Julius Caesar immediately after he took care of the Alexandria Library/Lighthouse.



Memphis Egypt has a history so profoundly convoluted it takes a gargantuan effort just to find basic parameters. Memphis Egypt has been a major capital of lower Egypt, upper Egypt, all of Egypt, and capital of smaller area immediately surrounding Memphis since circa 4000 b. c. e. . At least a dozen separate occasions the city has been the Capital of Egypt.

Memphis is a Greek word meaning

Mem; Pharaoh Mem. Mem means “All Father” in Hebrew All Father is the word Abraham.

Phis; Sacred (amber) city dedicated to the name sake.

The city of Memphis has had a history almost too complicated to track.

Like Rome (all roads lead too) the city of Memphis has been a major commerce center of north east Africa since at the latest 4000 b. c. e. ; probably back to 10,000 b. c. e. .

The city has had a dozen names, had hundreds if not thousands of different governing systems, and been at least 5 major worlds religious as a central theme. The capital or center of the city has changed at least a dozen times over 6000 years.

When different pockets of population has strung up, some being more powerful than the older they have sometimes moved the capital to their “suburb”.

The currently named Cairo is one such occurrence.

The “City Center” has changed based on what Powerful Family owned what when. The strongest army usually rad the city, not from centralized building but their own Estate. The old Mansion at the previous cultures Estate would either by bypassed or destroyed when the conquest occurred. So most of the original “Court Houses” and centers of government buildings were obliterated when the new dynasty took over. The larger the population the wider the city grew, the wider the more distant from the original century the city became. Eventually due to a complete lack of space, Memphis occupied both side of the river for miles in all directions. The post Roman Empire did not like the West side of the Nile, they knew about the Hyksos insult about Dirty Jews, so they set up on the East side of the Nile. Cairo was originally just another Sub-Burb from the original Memphis but it grew and Memphis declined to obscurity. Just like the Castles in Europe. After the populations expanded outside the Castle grounds, a few centuries later the castle would be abandoned from better accommodations and improved architecture outside the Castle. A few more centuries and the city would continue to grow, some cities after half a millennia or more the new city center would be miles if not a dozen miles from the original city center. Several huge cities have no record of where the original city center was the current one is so far away from the original ruins. Or the original part of the city was destroyed to make way for new developments.  Add to said by conquests and the city being razed at least once and the original city would be all but entirely lost under said destruction. Which is what occurred Hierakonpolis, Heliopolis, and of course Memphis.

The City of Memphis/Cairo stretches like Los Angeles for more than 100 miles north and south along the path of the Nile.



I have a thought which leads me to a hanging piece of evidence. We know that Imhotep was born in Memphis circa 2800. We know Imhotep is a Proto-Canaan name. We know that Memphis is named after at least one craftsman. We know Imhotep is credited with building the first pyramid design. We also know the building design is copied into all later Jewish Synagogues and Islamic temples.

I theorize the area between Sakkara and Giza was a Jewish (not yet but you get the point) refugee area and or a reservation.

So would that make Memphis more of a Jewish city rather than a pharaonic one? The people of the Kingdom of Canaan knew well how to build large, impressive, and backed by profound engineering e.g. Craftsman. The Egyptians specifically the pharaonic craftsman previous to 3300 did not build anything big and impressive. But someone did after 3300 b.c.e.

So this leaves a large hole in the history. Something is missing.







TR Welling