Religion has always been fostered on the masses by the ruling elite.
Like you I have difficulty reconciling some of Gadalla’s topics.
In his “Historical Deception he claims that the presence of wide spread “Egyptian-like” stories sans wisdom among other African societies is due to the diffusion of Egyptians after the collapse of Egyptian civilization. Hence my recommendation of his works for those with an open mind. Understanding like destiny is the result of personal pursuit, and no one source provides all the answers.
Gadalla is firstly a proud Egyptian, he may even be a true descendent of the ancient Khemetians. Egypt has been venerated and separated from Africa by European Egyptologists. As difficult as it is for "Whites" to relinquish their claim of Supremacy, imagine how much more difficult it is for those on which "Whites" have bestowed honorary status.
In the preface of the "Story of the Moors in Spain" Stanley Lane Poole states "The fall of Granada happened within forty years of the conquest of Constantinople; but the gain to Islam in the east made no amends for the loss to Europe in the west: the Turks were incapable of founding a second Cordova."
Simarly, the glory of ancient Egypt has been, for almost 2000 years, bestowed on the inhabitants of the Nile Valley north of Aswan, I for one patiently await their enlightenment age.
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