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For past few days I was raeding a book called The Mystery of Atlantis by Herbie Brennan.
In 21st chapter (After the catastrophe) in 5th section I've suddenly stopped reading. Why did I do that? Well... The quote from the book is the best way to explain that:
"It was believed that Imhotep is a son of Ptaah,[Ptaah was] one of the most significant Egyptian divinity, protector of metalurgy, medicine and crafts."
Now, how do you explain that?!
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Well one of "them", if I'm correct, is called Quetzal (Quetzalcotl -Mayan) and ofcourse we have Semjase (Semjaza -Enoch).
I guess there are a few options:
They are those same people -unlikely
They are named after them -perhaps
They have the same name by coincidence/the fact those names have a meaning relevant to both individuals etc. -more likely
Billy's inspiration for making those names up was mythology/archaeology -quite likely
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Or they have a past life connection to the first name?
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