“Mi’kmaq” Ancient Egyptian connection in Kariong, Nova Scotia and Illinois by Jack MacNab
Hypothesis by Jack Mac Nab 3/15/2013 as follows: Just a short time ago, I received an email from Harry Hubbard. (Illinois Caves) He recommend that I take a look at a few Youtube Videos, concerning ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs that were discovered near Gosford Australia. Within a few hours I was sitting back, and taking in some very interesting information being delivered by Steven Strong, concerning the Gosford/Kariong hieroglyphs.
At first, I was a bit skeptical as is to be expected. I did find it very exciting to think that maybe the ancient Egyptians, had founded colonies in Australia. Before long I had emailed Harry about how this information “just blew me out of the water.” Harry gave me Stevens email address and then things really began to unwind.
Within a few days, Steven and I were exchanging information that appeared to have a lot in common. At this point I could see that the Kariong hieroglyphs, had similar carvings with the Cleopatra hieroglyphic, that I discovered in the Bedford Basin area of Nova Scotia, between 1985-92.
Add to that, there were glyphs that matched with some of the ancient hieroglyphic style of writing by the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia. Their ancient writings, are better known as ideograms. Some inscribed on paper and other carved in stone.
Now things are starting to get a bit perplexed. We now have ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs discovered in three separate location! Each appear to have some sort of connection with each other. These locations would be Kariong New South Wales, Australia, Marion County Illinois, United States, and Bedford Basin Nova Scotia, Canada.
From this point on I have decided to put each discovery into a separate camp. These will be known as the Kariong Camp, Marion Camp, and the Bedford Camp.
1: The Kariong Camp, had to do with an ancient Egyptian voyage, that left its hieroglyphic mark in the area of Kariong/Gosford New South Wales, Australia. This voyage took place a bit more than 4000 years ago. You could say, earmarked with the name of Pharaoh Khufu of Egypt.
2: The Marion Camp had to do with an ancient Egyptian voyage, that left its hieroglyphic mark in Marion County, Illinois, United States. This voyage took place a bit more than 2000 years ago. You could say, earmarked with the name of King Alexander Helios of Egypt.
3: The Bedford Camp had to do with an ancient Egyptian voyage, that left its hieroglyphic mark in the area of Bedford Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada. This took place a bit more than 2000 years ago. You could say, earmarked with the name of Cleopatra VII of Egypt.
There is no doubt in my mind, that the Marion Camp and the Bedford Camp, were both connected to the King Alexander Helios voyage to North America. (20/15 B.C., to 40 A.D.) In time I came to learn that the Helios voyage, was well documented in the Mi’kmaq Legends. Where as for the Kariong Camp, it had nothing to do with Helios voyage, other than both voyages originated in ancient Egypt. The Kariong Camp voyage had taken place more than 2000 years earlier, than the Marion Camp’s voyage by Helios.
As for me, I am only interested in gaining the historic data, concerning these “three” voyages. (As for the subject of Aliens and UFOs, out of respect, I have decided to remain neutral. It has been enough of a headache, for me to prove that the ancient Egyptians, came to Nova Scotia, more than 2000 years ago. Let alone to tackle this other dimension.) One thing that is held in common with all three discoveries, is that each contain ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Then I made another discovery! It has to do with a Mi’kmaq Legends that tell about about a very bad enemy of Glooscap. Glooscap was the cultural hero of the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia. The name or title of the this enemy was “Winpe.” These legends talks about how Glooscaps’ family, was kidnapped by Winpe and taken capive as slaves, to Newfoundland Canada. Glooscap later, freed his family from grips of Winpi, and returned with them to Nova Scotia. (Glooscap was the cultural hero chief of the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia.)
I have tried to fit this legend in with Helios voyage a number of times, to no avail. There is a bit of overlapping with the Helios voyage an a much earlier Egyptian voyage to Nova Scotia. Nor have I been able to link the Winpe in this legend with the Norsemen, Irish, or Prince Henry Sinclair, etc. Yet, I do get a connection with the Mi’kmaq name Winpe, with the ancient Australian legends concerning the “Gmypie Pyramid.”
Here is my hypothesis: (As Steven Strong mentioned in an email to me: “It is an interesting coincidence!”
To start with, the name Winpe is believed by many, not to be of the Mi’kmaq originality. As far as some Mi’kmaq are concerned, it is an outsiders name, not a Mi’kmaq name. You could say, not an indigenous name of North America.
Prior to hearing about the ancient Egyptians being in Australian, I had reached the conclusion, that this legend about “Glooscap and Winpe” is very symbolic. It has to do mostly with the constellations in the night-sky. This story was to be told to the young by the Mi’kmaq elders, parents, etc. As a tale about “good verses bad.” At this point it appeared to me, that it may have originated back across the Atlantic Ocean in ancient Egypt! It no doubt began during the time of Pharaoh Khufu. It appears to be related to the Khufu sky-ship.
This is not an unreasonable conclusion to reach. For the great chief Gooscap was known to have come into the land of the Mi’kmaq, Nova Scotia, from far across the Atlantic Ocean. He was never a Mi’kmaq. Nor was he native of North America. The Mi’kmaq stand behind that concept as fact.
It appears to me that the name Winpe, generally speaking, has the same meaning as indigenous Australian name “Gimpi.” And I do believe that the spelling of this name Gimpi, was unintentionally corrupted by the English into “Gympie.”
The, “Legend of Gympie” is believed to be the oldest Aboriginal legend fully documented in Queensland – perhaps Australia… fully interpreted at a later period from the Ka’bi language into an English version by an aboriginal historian. The original name was “gimpi.”
HISTORY: The Town of Gympie is a regional town in the Wide Bay-Burnett region of Queensland, Australia. It is about 160 kilometers (100 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. Gympie is famous for its gold field. (The Bedford Basin is noted for it nearby Waverley Gold Rush Days.)
The name Gympie was derived from the Kabi. Kabi is the language of a tribe of Indigenous Australians that historically lived in the region. To these people it was spelled as “gimpi-gimpi,” meaning “stinging tree.” This tree had large, rounded leaves that have similar properties to stinging nettles. This named is associated with the word “bad.”
Steven “hit the nail on the head” when he mentioned, “an interesting coincidence.” And here is the coincidence. Winpie in the Mi’kmaq Legends is also associated with the word “bad.” This name in the Mi’kmaq Legends has been associated with sorcerer, witch, wizard, etc.
I have reason to believe that Winpie, is not to be viewed as any one person, at one given time. It seems to be more of a “title” than the actual person. The name “Winpie” was no doubt corrupted by the English, and turned into sorcerer, witch, wizard, etc. These names sorcerer, witch, and wizard, were not likely names to be found in the ancient Mi’kmaq vocabulary, prior to the English and French arrival into Nova Scotia Canada.
G—–ym—–pie meaning: Bad as in stinging tree or stinging bush.
G—–im——pi meaning: Bad as in stinging tree or stinging bush.
W—–in——pe meaning: Bad as in sorcerer, witch, wizard, etc.
The following is only a small part of a tale about Gimpi, taken from this website: “Legend of Gmypie.” It mentions: “Kgippandingi the fierce warrior became more arrogant. He built the great houses made of stone reaching towards the sky.”
I have reason to believe, that it was the ancient Egyptians that built the great Gympie Pyramid “made of stone reaching towards the sky.” This temple may very well have been constructed by the same people who carved the Kariong Hieroglyphics.
It is very possible that the Legend of Gmypie, may have been an event that only happened back in Egypt, when Pharaoh Khufu constructed the Great Pyramid of Egypt. This legend may have been transmitted, to the indigenous Australians, during the time of the construction of the Gympie Pyramid in Queensland Australia.
There is no doubt in my mind, that the “Legend of Gmypie,” is a night-sky constellation story, past down through the ages by the Aboriginals of Australia. Also, the Mi’kmaq Legend about “Glooscap and Winpie,” is a night-sky constellation story. Is this just another coincidence? You can be the judge! As long as the constellations in the nighttime-sky came out, this story could be told anywhere on earth, at any time down through the centuries.
Lets go back now to the Kariong glyphs. What is interesting about the these carvings, is that “certain glyphs” are almost a perfect match, with those of the ancient Mi’kmaq hieroglyphs in Nova Scotia Canada
At the Kariong site, the Egyptian name of Pharaoh Khufu and his two sons are believed to be found there carved in stone. Plus, a few other interesting names of ancient Egyptians. These names I do believe “hone” in on the time period, when a scribe carved them in stone, a bit more than 4000 years ago.
As with my discovery of the “Cleopatra Hieroglyphic” in the area of Bedford Basin Nova Scotia, we can “hone” in on a possible date as to when they were carved. It was no doubt sometime between 15 B.C. – 40 A.D. This carving by a scribe had taken place, during the voyage of king Alexander Helios, when his fleet of ships came up from the Mississippi, and made landfall in the Bedford Basin area of Nova Scotia.
Is it possible to put a date on when the Mi’kmaq first arrived in Nova Scotia? Well that is one date that I will not post, at this time. I do not believe, I can give you any honest answer as to when that took place. It does appear to have taken place, more than 4000 years ago. (The Palaeo Indians site in Debert Nova Scotia, is said to be about 10,500 years. It is claimed that the indigenous people of Canada were here about 30-40,000 years ago. Thats what they say. Thats not what I say!)
One thing that is clear to me concerning the Mi’kmaq Ideograms, is that they contain a form of both, ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and Chinese charactors. It is being claimed now, that these ideograms are of Mi’kmaq origin, and I do believe that to be so. (I found that out, more than 20 years ago.)
Like many other people, I had concluded that the Mi’kmaq writings must have been transmitted to them by ancient Egyptian visitors. Pro. Barry Fell of Harvard University, came along claiming this style of hieroglyphic writing, was taught to the Mi’kmaq by the ancient Egyptians. Fell published his finding in his book “America BC.” (1976)
Then architect, Paul Chiasson came along and claimed, that the Chinese built a city about 600 years ago, not to far away from Sydney Nova Scotia. He claims that it was there that the Mi’kmaq learned how to write Chinese charactors. Chiasson published his finding in the book, “The Island of Seven Cities.” (2006)
The question now comes to mind: Where did the Mi’kmaq come from? And how did they end up in Nova Scotia, in ancient times? At for me, I feel it is to sensitive of a subject, to try and address at this time.
One theory is by crossing over Bearing Strait, via Siberia and Alaska. I have no comment on that theory. Someone else can fight that issue out, but not me.
The reason for me bringing my hypothesis forward, has to do with this one fact: The ancient Kariong hieroglyphs that were first ever explained ot me, was by by Steven Strong via Youtube. In some cases, I have seen with my own eyes, almost identical matches with those of the Mi’kmaq hieroglyphs. It is not my aim to upset the “apple cart.” The fact is, all three sites: the Kariong camp, Marion camp, and the Bedford camp, all share one thing in common! They all stem back to early transatlantic voyages by the ancient Egyptians. So thats my hypothesis