|A picture of the Nile River during flood season; prior to the the 1970 construction of the Aswan Dam, the Nile would rise to heights of 30 feet, and last for 150 days. This phenomena is the basis for all the world's flood myths, via the water god Nu (Nun) turned, MaNu (VishNu), i.e. MaNu's flood, Noah, i.e. Noah's flood, etc.|
“The Egyptians hold the festival of Isis at the time when they say she is mourning for Osiris. At that time the Nile River begins to rise, and it is a common saying among the natives that it is the tears of Isis that cause the river to rise and water the fields.”— Apuleius (c.165AD), Eleventh Book; cited by Wallis Budge (1904) 
|A diagram (Ѻ)(Ѻ) showing how the Egyptians considered the Nile River to be a mirror representation of the Milky Way.|
“Who is there that does not know that the vapor of the sun is kindled by the rising of the dog-star [Sirius]? The most powerful effects are felt on the earth from this star. "When it rises, the seas are troubled, the wines in our cellars ferment, and stagnant waters are set in motion. There is a wild beast, named by the Egyptians Oryx, which, when the star rises, is said to stand opposite to it, to look steadfastly at it, and then to sneeze, as if it were worshiping it. There is no doubt that dogs, during the whole of this period, are peculiarly disposed to become rabid.”— Pliny the elder (77AD), “On the Rising of the Dog Star” 
“The ancient Egyptian festival has its equivalent among the Muhammadans in that which is celebrated by them about Jun 17, and is called Lelet al-Nukta, i.e., Night of the Drop, because it is believed that on that night a miraculous drop falls from heaven into the Nile and makes it to rise.”
“If I now ask you: ‘How, exactly, did the Dracula myth come about? Why? Who refashioned and propagated it? Why did they base it on Vlad mythology?’, we run into the same type of quagmire; certainly Vlad was a real person, prior to his transformation into the myth of Dracula, just as the annual Nile River flood is a real phenomenon, prior to its transformation into the myth of Noah and the Biblical flood, but to track down the specifics of ‘who’ and ‘why’, particularly in the latter example, wherein exact documentation is less readily available, is a big tossup.”— Libb Thims (2014), “Hawking-Faraday Paradox” (Ѻ), Hmolpedia tread (#9), Oct 8.
“In order to understand hmolscience, one has to understand 100 percent that the Bible, and related derivatives, i.e. Quran, Rig Vida, Buddhist scriptures, etc., is but a collection of ancient proverbs, and semi-modern morals, i.e. rules for right and wrong, anchored into a proto-scientific mythological framework, framed within a tale of humans created from clay, amid a cyclical Nile river flood sun rebirth cosmology.”— Libb Thims (2016), “mental note”, arisen while pausing amid doing bench and shoulder press sets, while looking at the parallel Bible sitting on the book shelf, 1:46 PM CST Feb 20