Monday, December 10, 2018

New Biography: Imhotep—The Man Who Engineered His Own Divinity

(Statue of Imhotep in the Louvre, created between 332 and 30 BCE, [Public Domain] via Creative Commons).

In the 27th century BCE, there lived an incredible man named Imhotep. He was a commoner who arose to great prominence by impressing King Djoser, the second ruler of Egypt’s Third Dynasty, with his sheer genius in multiple fields of study. Imhotep was evidently a polymath who made groundbreaking discoveries and advancements in areas such as medicine, math, engineering, theology, and even art. The massive impact of his ideas on ancient Egypt was comparable in scope and importance to that of Aristotle in Greece and Confucius in China.

Read more about Imhotep and his path to godhood, HERE.

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