Sinai- Land of FayrouzIts a triangular peninsula in Egypt,about 60,000 km2 in area,situated between the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the Red Sea to the south and located in Asia as  opposed to Africa.Its the land bridge between two continents.

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Humans were not only created by God, but are also genetically, symbolically and literally, related to a few off-planet civilizations. Local people are Beduins,quaet and wise nationality, who care about Magic Gates . Sinay having deep mind and Intellect history wrighten by Profits.


Humans were not only created by God, but are also genetically, symbolically and literally, related to a few off-planet civilizations. One particularly known on Earth as the Anunnaki. Around the all world, we see the same tales of how one 'god' was instrumental in assisting humanity during creation, the great flood, bringing knowledge to humanity.

All cultures have their own creation stories of the"gods and goddesses", beings on ships that came from the skies Annunaki (often wearing masks or strange clothing and possessed some amazing abilities), all over the Earth we also share artwork, music and technology, largely based on extraterrestrial activity and intervention.From Lemuria to Atlantis to Sumeria to Egypt. Annunaki

Aununnaki were the children of Anu and Ki, brother and sister gods, They had bases around the world, but primarily in the Middle East - Lebanon, Israel, Egypt, Iraq - and in India and South Africa. Between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, was the birthplace of humanity in modern times the Garden of Eden.Therein lies many geophysical keys to remembering who we all are. The Anunnaki are a group of deities in ancient Mesopotamian cultures(i.e., Sumerian, Akkadian, Assyrian and Babylonian).


The name Sinai may have been derived from the ancient moon-god Sin or "Seneh".

Ancient Egypt was an ancient civilization of eastern North Africa, concentrated along the lower reaches of the Nile River in what is now the modern country of Egypt.


Mut is the mother goddess, associated with the waters from which everything was born

Egyptian civilization coalesced around 3150 BC (according to conventional Egyptian chronology) with the political unification of Upper and Lower Egypt under the first pharaoh. The many achievements of the ancient Egyptians include the quarrying, surveying and construction techniques that facilitated the building of monumental pyramids, temples, and obelisks;


a system of mathematics, a practical and effective system of medicine, irrigation systems and agricultural production techniques, the first known ships, Egyptian faience and glass technology, new forms of literature, and the earliest known peace treaty.


Sinai was inhabited by the Monitu and was called Mafkat or Country of Turquoise. From the time of the First dynasty or before, the Egyptians mined turquoise in Sinai at two locations, Wadi Maghareh and Serabit el-Khadim. The mines were worked intermittently and on a seasonal basis for thousands of years. Modern attempts to exploit the deposits have been unprofitable. These may be the first known mines.


The peninsula was crossed by the Israelites during The Exodus from Egypt as detailed in the Hebrew Bible. This included numerous halts over a 40 year period of travel in AM 2448 (1313 BCE) in the Jewish tradition.


Natural border and buffer zone between Asia and the Nile valley Sinai owed its importance to the Egypt's economy for its valuable minerals - Egyptian presence in Sinai dates back from 3000 BC, when they developed the peninsula's copper and turquoise Mines


Around 1400 BC, Moses led the Israelites through its "great and terrible wilderness" on the epic journey recounted in Exodus.

Hathor or Hethert

Heka is the deification of magic.

In Egyptian myth, magic (heka) was one of the forces used by the creator to make the world. Through heka, symbolic actions could have practical effects.

Hapi or Hapy

All deities and people were thought to possess this force in some degree, but there were rules about why and how it could be used. Egyptians believed that with Heka, the activation of the Ka, an aspect of the soul of both gods and humans, they could influence the gods and gain protection, healing and transformation.


Health and wholeness of being were sacred to Heka.It was not a secular practice but rather a religious observance.


Every aspect of life, every word, plant, animal and ritual was connected to the power and authority of the gods.


In ancient Egypt, magic consisted of four components; the primeval potency that empowered the creator-god was identified with Heka

Anubis or Yinepu

This magic was used in temple rituals as well as informal situations by priests.These rituals, along with medical practices, formed an integrated therapy for both physical and spiritual health.


Magic was also used for protection against the angry deities, jealous ghosts, foreign demons and sorcerers who were thought to cause illness, accidents, poverty and infertility. Temple priests used wands during magical rituals.


Egypt was a powerful nation a 1000 years before the Minoans of Crete built their palace at Knossos, and about 900 years before the Israelites followed Moses out of Egypt. Egyptian civilization continued for more than 3,000 years. Its geographical location, deserts surrounding the Valley of the Nile, discouraged hostile invasions. The Mediterranean Sea, to the North, encouraged commerce and trade.

Osiris or Wesir

The early ancestors of the Egyptians to settle around the Nile more permanently and forced them to adopt a more sedentary lifestyle. The period from 9000 to 6000 BC has left very little in the way of archaeological evidence.


Archaic Period 1-2 3100-2700 B.C.

Old Kingdom 3-6 2700-2200 B.C.

Intermediate Period 7-10 2200-2050 B.C.

Middle Kingdom 11-12 2050-1800 B.C.

Intermediate Period 13-17 1800-1570 B.C.

New Kingdom 18-20 1570-1085 B.C.

Post-Empire 21-31 1085-332 B.C.


The mystery of where the Israelites entered Sinai and the sacred height where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments. that is Southern Sinai's Gebel Musa ("Mountain of Moses") carries enormous spiritual and historical significance for Christians, Jews, and Muslims.


In the 4th century AD, Coptic Christians came to the mountain and founded a small church at the spot where it was believed God spoke to Moses in the form of the burning bush. Later on, the site evolved into St. Catherine's Monastery, revered by many as one of the most sacred places on Earth.