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KINGDOMS AND CALENDAR
For Details of Calendric Calculation:
See Narmer and Khasekhemwy

The Name Cheops or modern Khufu is Qevi'a in Hebrew meaning new calendric fixing or keep. It is also found in Mesoamerican Quechua (Maya, Aztec) language as quippu or kipu for the meaning of record-keeping.
Astronomical calendration was the reason for the building of the Great Pyramid.
At this time the term Khepri (Kaaper) came into use, allegedly meaning "he who is coming into being" which thus described a calendric reform based on precession. Since,
Pharaonic Language is related to Indo-European, we retain similar terms in English as keep, keeper and cipher (mark, record). Pharaonic Kingdoms began in 3117 BC and had 684-year intervals since 684 is a multiple of the 18-year period of the Saros Cycle of Eclipses multiplied by the 19-year Metonic Cycle multiplied by 2. Also used was the period of one-tenth of the precessional round of 25920 years, i.e. 2592 years, which was 525 years after 3117 BC and which Exiguus incorrectly ADDED rather than subtracted in reforming the calender in 525 AD. The year 2592 BC marked the end of the reign of the calendric king, Khasekhemy, who was the first to reform the calendar for the tropical year in 2638 BC, 45 viz. 46 years previous. This is why Sosigenes advised Julius Caesar on Calendar Reform in 46 BC, conforming the calendric cycles.


kaaper...cheops

ABOVE LEFT
Kaaper (= Cheops ?)
Sakkara (in wood)
Cheops as a young man ?
thus far unrecognized  by the Egyptologists ?

ABOVE RIGHT
Cheops
at an advanced age
Builder of the Great Pyramid
the only existing stone statue of Cheops



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