BC AYN 20,856
Annual Report (AR) beginning:
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
The 10,000 years is within the range of 9+1 Chinese Xiu (宿) millennial mansions, retrograding during the great year going forward in time, of HR-509 through HR-501 for the ancient eponym time-span of Ptah and HR-527 for the ancient eponym time-span of Ra (רא); the Egyptian manifestation of MAR-DUK (מר-דוק: MAR; "sea" + DUK: "mound," together: "island") concluding in BC AYN 10,857.
The story of the “emerging land” is similar to the Japanese myth of the island Onogoro; “self-forming or determining,” or Onogoro-shima; primordial land-mass, according to the Kojiki (古事記) also known as Furukotofumi; “the records of ancient matters,” the body which is written in Chinese and dates to 620 AD.
The two deities of Izanagi-no-Mikoto and Izanami-no-Mikoto went to the bridge between heaven and earth: Amenonuhoko; “floating bridge of heaven,” and churned the sea below with the halberd (Ger: Halm; staff + Barte; axe) naginata, then when drops of salty water (Tohu: תהו) fell off the tip of the halberd naginata the island Onogoro formed.
BC AYN 20,856: 2241st/3600 years of the 117th/120 royal shar (שר), during the 5th/7 shar passings (Hebrew: סבת, Sumerian: sha-at-tam: שטם, c.f. shittim: שטים; “acacia” see BC AYN 1459) since BC AYN 23,096.
After drawing lots in BC AYN 414,777 Enki (ענקי) is relegated to Africa where Enki reappears as Ptah, the demiurge of Memphis, god of craftsmen and architects, with the triad of Memphis, (פתח) during BC AYN 20,856.
BC AYN 20,856: 1st/9000 years of Ptah (פתח); the Egyptian manifestation of Enki (ענקי), the 1st great deity-Nephelim that reigned over Egypt in the 2nd/4 Regions, since BC AYN 20,856, initializing the 1st/2 dynasties of the gods of Egypt according to Manetho, also called the 1st/2 dynasties of the Egyptian Nephelim (נפלים).
The Sumerian An (ען) and his concubine Id (עד) together give birth to Enki (ענקי) the Sumerian version of Ptah (פתח), and the Greek word Ennead (ענ-נעד); “the nine,” which is cognate with the sounds of the compound of An-Id (ענ-עד); “An’s congregation,” for the Egyptian term Pesedjet.
Ptah in Hebrew (פתח) and Egyptian literally means; “entrance or open” [with] that is the beginning or opening of Egyptian History. Indeed the “opening of the mouth” ceremony, performed by Egyptian priests at funerals to release souls of their corpses, was said to have originated with Ptah.
The Egyptian historian Manetho referred to Memphis where Ptah (פתח) was worshipped as HiKuPtah (הכ); “home (ה)” of the “Ka (כ)” of Ptah; “open or entrance,” which he wrote in Greek as AιΓυΠτoς; phonetic Romanization: AiGuPtos; Latin: Aegyptvs; modern English: Egypt (הגופת; “the body”). Memphis (Μεμφις) is the Greek deformation of the Egyptian name of Pepi’s I (6th dynasty) pyramid, Men-nefer: another reference to Nibiru; “Nefer.”
Mesolithic 1 via the Kebaran culture in the Levant begins and continues concurrently with the time period of the reign of the Egyptian Ptah (פתח) for 9000 years until BC AYN 11,857. This period is more properly called the Epipaleolithic; a term used for the “final Upper Paleolithic” industries occurring at the end of the final glaciation which appear to merge technologically into the Mesolithic. Epipaleolithic hunter-gatherers made relatively advanced tools including small flint or obsidian blades, known as microliths that were hafted in wooden implements and they were generally nomadic.