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What is in a name?

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in response to reader comment: Berosus and Manetho vs. Moses

Submitted by Lujack Skylark (United States), Jul 8, 2010 at 02:12

Upon the death of Amenemhet I, Sin-hue fled Egypt for Canaan in the reign of Senusert I 1816-1775 B.C. Sin-hue left Egypt scared cause he overheard some news about how Amenemhet I was assassinated & he feared for his own life.

(New chronology: Senusert I when 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasties and 13-17th dynasties are eliminated. Sakkara kings lists omits fake 7-10 and part of 11th dynasties and Abydos,Egypt kings list finds 13-17th dynasties are phony. 12th dynasty then goes down 140 years)

Sin-hue became very prosperous in the days when Amorite king Sin-Muballit, the father of Hammurabi reigned over Babylon 1812-1793 B.C. Sinhue created the Tale of Sin-hue when he was older returning to Egypt to meet with king Senusert I to build his tomb before he died. Both Sin-Muballit and Sin-hue wanted to find peace before they died.

Today, we have Bar-abbas-Abbas the terrorist with the blood of 11 Israeli athletes on his hands, who came to power after Arafat died. Abbas uses Arafat's Palestinian creation story receiving vast wealth from Western nations. Both Bar-abbas and Abbas are murderers creating massive social unrest in their days. Senusert I killed Asiatics as they entered Egypt. He was called the "Throat sliter of Asiatics" Reason God told Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2)

Cairo Egyptian born Arafat and Manetho's Egyptian history both have to be investigated. One has to dig up the facts and uncover the truths which have not been told.

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