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The appearance of the extremely powerful Atlanteans caused a great stir in ancient Egypt. Ramses lll made his fight against them, and the following victory over them as the leitmotif of the texture of his large Amun temple in Thebes-West; today Medinet Habu. 

From the king's boastful tirades, only a few lines stand out as historically relevant, but in their essential conciseness they provide a clear insight into the contemporary events:                                                                                          Quote (Medinet Habu plate 46, lines 76 - 85): >What these foreigners are concerned with, they made a pact (already) on their islands. The countries (on the way to Egypt) were devastated and terrified. No country could withstand their weapons, from Hatti, through Code, Karkemisch, Yeret and Yeres, were all beaten to death. In the land of the Amorites they set up a (fortified) camp. They plundered their people and devastated the country as if it had never existed. Their alliance included the Peleset, Theker, Sekeles, Denen and the Wasasa. They laid their hands on the lands of the whole world, their hearts brimming with confidence. (They said:) >Our plans will succeed. Now the heart of the God, the Prince of all Gods (Ramses lll.) was prepared to catch them like birds (in a net)<. 

If we now examine the >pact of the foreigners<, as Ramses lll expresses his indignation, we can conclude that at that time a thing decision led to an organized exodus of the Atlanteans from the gradually deserting North and Baltic Sea territories.                                                                                                        Ramses lll thus provides written proof that an early form of democracy was already known during the Nordic Bronze Age in Europe's Northwest, as it is still practiced today by the Atlanteans' direct descendants. - In Europe's Northwest the parliaments are still called >thing<:                                                                      In Sweden the National Assembly is called - Landsting, in Norway - Storeting, in Denmark - Folketing, on Iceland - Althing and on the Faroe Islands - Løgting

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