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Rhakotis, Egypt capital.
Human civilsation and agriculture origin.
Due to the ungoing search after Egyptflight804 specified and adjusted.
The planed route was right above the flooded capital Rhakotis. If not found the searcharea will soon extend to the region of flooded Rhakotis.
The pin Flight804 is set at the position where last known contact with the flight has been told. With the speed the flight had it was just about 10,5 minutes from reaching the position right above flooded Rhakotis. If not found an extended search will very soon reach the area of flooded Rhakotis with more technical and finacial resources than a archaelogical search would have in decades. Last position was 33,6757 N; 28,7924 E. ( GIS ). Transformed to (DMS) Google Earth to about 33,40,30 N; 28,47,30 E at 36975 feet. ( 11 270 m.) Distance before Rhakotis is about 175 km and with speed 534 kts it would have started to pass over Rhakotis after 10 minutes and a few seconds. ( 989km/h)
The best strategy is to start at position below and locate the angel that are at the central region of Rhakotis. With a national political orderes for search it will be of political interest for any country to confirm the Mediterranean refill.
The description to find egypt capitial, Rhakotis, was to follow the flooded Nile riverbed. The most expected place is at the sea close to rivermouth. That would also set the prehistoric level of the Mediterranean Sea. That is not the case. Nile river is used for watering the slopes on both sides of the river. That is a prehistoric advanced and, so far without any comparable human, cultivated area. The center of Rhakotis is most probably about 14 km northeast from Nile river, close and some uphill to, where the shoreline turns almost 90 degrees.
Rhakotis center position: 32.16.00 north:
Rhakotis center, set at level, - 1880 meters.
By detecting Rhakotis as a very advanced civilisation the most expected place, Nile region, for origin human civilisation and agriculture is found.
When the main problem, foodsupply, was solved the population grew and expaned around the Mediterranean Sea. To the east they expaned until the reached the unpassable Waterborder, Black Sea river, that devides Asia and Europe.
To the west the expanded along Mediterranean Sea and also around prehistoric Atlantic ocean and up over Sicilianic ridge, Thyrrenian land, to European mainland. They also met hunting Neanderthal that almost had exterminated them selves as too efficient hunters. They were not competitors but Neanderthal was superior Homosapiens in fights. Minority Neanderthal had to give up their lifestyle and was accepted and could intercourse with homosapiens. On island Basilea the Neanderthal was not as outnumbered and the atlants with more Neanderthal gonome bacame the white, blond and blueeyed Barbarians.
When Alexander the great named Alexandria the town was named Rhakotis on the west side of the Nile and Brucheion was the east side. Brucheion was the economical and political center.
A local myth tells that a flooded Rhakotis is deep into the sea. A similar myth for Brucheion is not known by me but there is a very high probability that prehistoric Egypt capital was named Brucheion at the position here set for Rhakotis.
There are owerall a lot of names that after the flood are reused.
First settlement Hierakonpolis in Upper Egypt was grounded by Atlantic refugees and all towns with the -polis are grounded by Atlantic decendants.
No egyptians drowned due to the flood. The same was for all that was settled along on the south side of Mediterranean Sea. They all could easy walk to higher levels and survived the flood but met hard times after in todays north Africa. The region was oversettled and the Sahara sensitive vegitation collapsed due to too much caddle. Sahara got a dramtic extend at the time.
Script august 2012. The Script in swedish.
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