Egyptian Romany: The Essence of Hispania, by Moustafa Gadalla

Egyptian Romany: The Essence of Hispania

Egyptian Romany: The Essence of Hispania, by Moustafa Gadalla
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by Moustafa Gadalla
272 pages, paperback, 5.5″ x 8.5″
ISBN-13: 978-1-931446-19-8
ISBN-10: 1-931446-19-9
e-Book ISBN-13: 978-1-931446-20-4
e-Book ISBN-10: 1-931446-20-2

Includes:

  • Selected Bibliography
  • Index
  • Glossary
  • Fully illustrated

Publisher: Tehuti Research Foundation

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This book reveals the Ancient Egyptian roots of the Romany (Gypsies) and how they brought about the civilization and orientalization of Hispania, over the past 6,000 years. The book also shows the intimate relationship between Egypt and Hispania-archeologically, historically, culturally, ethnologically, linguistically, etc., as a result of the immigration of the Egyptian Romany (Gypsies) to Iberia.

Sample Highlights:

  • The Romany / Bohemians / Gypsies / Gitanos / Moriscos / Mudehars / Mossarabs.
  • The orientalization of Hispania.
  • The flamenco.
  • The Running of the Bulls.
  • The sacrificial rituals of the bull.
  • The Hispanic and other Mediterranean Basin languages.


Table of Contents

Table of Contents 5
Preface 9
Standards and Terminology 14
Map of the Mediterranean Basin 16
Map of Ancient Egypt 17
Map of the Iberian Peninsula 18
 
1. The Romany (Gypsy) Essence of Hispania
The Egipcianos of Hispania
The Egyptian-Iberian Fugitives
The Cultured Romany/Gitanos
The Most Religious
The Timeless Egyptian-Hispanic Culture
21
 
2. Our Heavenly Mother
The Ascension of the Queen
Lady of Sorrow
The Virgin Mother with the 10,000 Names
Matrilineal/Matriarchal Society
The Ama Rules
The Revered Ama
The Bull of His Mother
37
 
3. Out of Egypt
The Mirages of Iberia
The Egyptian Romany Colonies
The Egyptian Influence in the Eastern Mediterranean
The Spread of the Egyptian Religion
The Twin Sisters
55
 
4. The Egyptian-Hispanic Alloys
Who Needed Iberian Minerals?
The Egyptian Knowledge of Metallurgy and Metalworking
The Golden Silver Alloy (Electrum)
The Copper and Bronze Alloys
The Glazing Alloys
The Egyptian Mining Experience
Fortifications of Isolated Communities
67
 
5. In the Beginning Almeria
The Sirets and Petrie Archeological Connections
The Telling Tombs
Dry Weather Farming
The Early (New) Settlers
83
 
6. Masters of the Seas
The Egyptian Ships
Egyptian Goods
The Egyptian Geodesy
Patrons and Shrines of the Seafarers
Our (Holy) Mother of the Sea
93
 
7. Merchants of the Seas
The Phoenicians Homeland
The Egyptian-Phoenician Connection
The Egyptianized Phoenicians
The Seafaring Phoenician/Carthaginians
The (Non-) Phoenician Iberian Colonies
107
 
8. Canopus and Cdiz: A Tale of Two Harbors
The Gitano Dancers of Cdiz
Egyptian Fishing Techniques at Cdiz
The Many (Egyptian) Names of Cdiz
The Immortal Hercules: The Egyptian Lord of Travel
The Greater Canopus Harbor (Alexandria before Alexander): Maiden of the Seas
The Foundation of Cdiz
The Lost Temples of Cdiz
117
 
9. The Assyrian Devastation and Aftershocks
The Assyrian Rise
The Egyptian Exodus
Turdetania Urbanization
The Persian Rampage of Egypt
133
 
10. Romanticizing the Romans
Romanticizing the Romans
The Fictional Romanization of Iberia
The (Non-) Roman Temples and Tombs
141
 
11. The Moors and the Egyptians
The Identification of the Moors (The Moabi Brothers)
The Nomadic Moorish Rulers
The Civilized Populace
The Egyptian Green Revolution
The Egyptian Hispanic Arts and Crafts
The Egyptian Housing and Gardens of Iberia
149
 
12. The Origin of the Hispanic Languages/Dialects
The Egyptian Source of the Arabic Language
Sound Shifts and Linguistic Studies
The Distinction of a Language
The Intimate Egyptian-Hispanic Tongue
The Divine Mother Language
Romancing the Mother Tongue
Writing Variations and Linguistic Studies
167
 
13. The Animated Religious Traditions
The Animated Cosmic Order
The Role of Saints
The Cyclical Renewal Festivals
Egyptian Mysticism in Galicia (Priscillianism)
Santiago de Compostela
The Egyptian/Iberian Mystical Societies
191
 
14. The Egyptian-Hispanic Musical Heritage
The Egyptian Romany Muses
The Music of Civilization
The Heavenly Musical Forms
Love Conquers All
Singing and Poetry
The Musical Instruments
Rhythmic Dancing
The Musical Activities
The Heavenly Muses
207
 
Glossary 237
Selected Bibliography 240
Sources and Notes 249
Index 258
About T.R.F. Books 268
Ordering Information 272

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