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Was the Queen of PUNT seen in Hatshepsutes Temple relief really an Australian Aboriginal Peramangk Elder Woman ?

Von: kangarooistan (kangarooistan9@gmail.com) [Profil]
Datum: 06.06.2010 14:15
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All the evidence points in that direction
Ngamma Ngamaitya: A stout, older woman with large breasts, these older
women would have shoulders, arms, stomachs and chests covered with
mangkamangkarrana scars, and would have full knowledge of the Dreaming
and Laws they needed to pass onto the next generation of young women.
Most people would not even notice these beautiful stone blocks I found
near Milang in South Australia were they loaded the ships bound for
the Ancient world Empires from Pi-Ramesses Aa-nakhtu , with  Gum
Resin, Copper ,TIN , gold , Murex Snails and  sandal wood timbers ,
and left behind stone blocks as ballast from the ancient world now
turning up in the old stone walls nearby , but please DONT tell
anybody mate , its our little secret
Eventually they will DISCOVER the earliest know pictures of Australian
Aboriginals are THESE on the walls of Hatsheput Temple in Egypt ,
often referred to as the KING of PUNT , clearly from the Peramangk
Tribe from Mount Barker in South Australia ,  as are the fish and
plants and houses and goods mentioned in the text
At times, the ancient Egyptians called Punt Ta netjer, meaning "God's
Land".[18] This referred to the fact that it was among the regions of
the Sun God, that is, the regions located in the direction of the
sunrise, to the East of Egypt. These eastern regions resources
included products used in temples, notably incense.see pics below
House and resin trees from Punt

Simply ASK any Peramangk BURKA MAN ,[ older man or king in some
languages  ] what the scars on this woman MEAN

Clearly She is a very SENIOR, Peramangk  , senior " oldwoman"  or
QUEEN in some languages , the SCARS  are clearly PERAMANGK , and
indicate her high rank , yes she is also over weight  very NORMAL in
older Peramangk womens culture , food was always plentiful
If this is the QUEEN of the Peramangk  , her shoulders and upper  arms
and stomach would be covered in  Ceremonial SCARS  ,  as was the
practice until recent times , the HIGHER rank the MORE scars

This Image of OLDER Tasmanian women shows weight gain quite normal in
older Aboriginal women ,
and very YOUNG husbands was also common

Older Peramangk women married  much younger men , as SEEN in the
Egyptian painting
known as Tukkupartapartanna  a woman of knowledge. It was at this
time that the woman would gain more scars upon her arms and chest.
After giving birth to several children, the older women would often be
married off to much younger men (about the age of 25).

According to the temple reliefs, the Land of Punt was ruled at that
time by King Parahu and Queen Ati.[11]  This well illustrated
expedition of Hatshepsut occurred in Year 9 of the female pharaoh's
reign with the blessing of the god Amun:
     Said by Amen, the Lord of the Thrones of the Two Land: 'Come,
come in peace my daughter, the graceful, who art in my heart, King
Maatkare [ie. Hatshepsut]...I will give thee Punt, the whole of it...I
will lead your soldiers by land and by water, on mysterious shores,
which join the harbours of incense...They will take incense as much as
they like. They will load their ships to the satisfaction of their
hearts with trees of green [ie. fresh] incense, and all the good
things of the land.'[12]     

While the Egyptians "were not particularly well versed in the hazards
of sea travel, and the long voyage to Punt, must have seemed something
akin to a journey to the moon for present-day explorers...the rewards
of [obtaining frankincense, ebony and myrrh] clearly outweighted the

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