Submitted by Tom (United States), Jun 6, 2012 at 17:06
Delusions will only be considered truth if one fails to research the propaganda submitted forth by those seeking to glorify a person, people, city, town, state or nation. Egyptian priest Manetho living when the Ptolemaic dynasty reigned over Egypt wrote some 2300 years ago one very long list of Egyptian kings divided by some thirty dynasties and Manetho's spiel about Egyptian history has not been adequently challenged by modern Egyptian historians.( Many modern world leaders cannot even tell you about the fact Arafat was born in Cairo,Egypt. Arafat was an Egyptian not a Palestinian. One can tell modern man believes more in propaganda than searching for the truth)
Lets look at Egypt's Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom and New Kingdom. Ancient Egyptian scribes tried hiding the fact the Old Kingdom ended when Egyptian king Pepi II had died and civil war occurred as nomarch's fought to obtain kingship. The next king reigning after Pepi II according to the Sakkara kings list is Mentuhotep II. He was the next king to build monuments after Pepi II. Mentuhotep II is proof the 7-10 and part of the 11th dynasty until his reign were a hoax. Mentuhotep II fought the House of Khety and the civil war ended in Mentuhotep II's 39th year of reign. We see the Middle kingdom mysteriously ends as ancient Egyptian scribes try covering up another civil war. The next king reigning after Amenemhet IV was Ahmose according to the Abydos kings list.
We can only trace Biblical events to Egyptian history once Egyptian history is properly recorded. It seems strange we find Abraham in the Old Kingdom, Joseph in the Middle Kingdom and Moses in the New Kingdom upon merely reading the history of the kings alone and not worrying about the false make up of the dynastic scheme.
We learn from reading Pepi II was Egypt's first bi-sexual king; Pepi II's lover was an Egyptian general who patrolled in the region of Sodom in Pepi II's youthful years when he poured honey over his male and female naked slaves to keep the flies off him. (When we eliminate the false chronology, we uncover a timeline where Pepi II has trade with Abraham's UR) Pepi II trades Egyptian grain for UR's honey. Shulgi/Dungi's son Bur-sin/Amar-sin had built a House of Honey at UR. As Pepi II gets older he aquires a taste for women as well. Pepi II's Egypt is highly corrupted. Egyptian men kill foreign men to steal their fair wives. (Genesis 12:11-12) Pepi II's daughter Nitocris was also fair. Egyptians liked fair women. Abraham was 75-76 when entering Egypt for Abraham lives 10 years in Egypt and Ishmael is born when Abraham is 86 years old. (Genesis 16:3 & Genesis 16:16) Pepi II lost Canaan some 12 years before he died to Elamite king Kindattu/Chedorlaomer (Genesis 14:4) The Canaanites at Byblos burned down an Egyptian temple built in king Snefru's reign. This action caused the Egyptians to begin to hate foreigners from Canaan. Pepi II was plagued by God. (Genesis 12:17) Pepi II was 96 years old when meeting Sarah who was 65-66 years old when entering Egypt. Pepi II died at age 100 a few years after their visit. God sent down destruction against Sodom and Gomorrah some 20 years after Pepi II had died.
Thebean Mentuhotep II declared independence after Pepi II had died; Mentuhotep II fought all nomarch's whom oppossed him. Mentuhotep II had 12 wells dug along the Egyptian Nubian trade route. There was a drought in the Middle-East so bad the Egyptians were eating their own children. Egyptian handmaid Hagar and Ishmael were out in the wilderness and God provided them with a well of water. (Genesis 21:19-20) and Abraham had a dispute with Abimelech over a well. (Genesis 21:25)
Amenemhet I had built the "Walls of the Ruler" to keep the Amorite/Canaanites out of Egypt. Abraham died around the time the wall was completed. God tells Isaac not to enter Egypt. (Genesis 26:2) Senusret I the "Throat Sliter of Asiatics" reigned at this time in Egypt. Also late in Senusret I's reign in the Hekanakhte papers rich farmers complain late in Senusret I's reign that there is a famine in Egypt. Good reason for Isaac to stay out of Egypt. Canaan Philistines were filling up Isaac's wells with dirt.
Senusret II's funeral Joseph arrives in Egypt for the new administration of Senusret III comes to power and the pharoah's captain of the guard Potiphar buys Joseph from the Ishmeelites. (Genesis 39:1) We know Joseph arrives in Egyptian Senusret III's first year because Senusret III reign is 39 years, Amenemhet III 45 years and Amenemhet IV 9 years equal 93 years of rule and Joseph entered Egypt at age 17 (Genesis 37:2) died age 110 (Genesis 50:26) living 93 years in Egypt.
Senusret III destroys the power of the nomarch's by having the foreigner Joseph buy up all the land of Egypt, except the priest's land. (Genesis 47:20-22) This action angered the Thebans and the Thebeans revolted after Joseph had died. Joseph worked for an Egyptian pharoah. (Genesis 41:41) Joseph collected horses for bread from the Canaanite/Hyksos (Genesis 47:13-17) The Canaanites were at peace in Egypt during Joseph's entire lifetime. Senusret III's army had annexed Canaan shortly after Jacob and his family fled to Bethel. (Genesis 35:1-6) Senusret III had a skirmish around Shechem according to Egyptian records. Senusret III's sister is Sit-Hathor-Yunet who wore a vulture necklace during the global famine. (Genesis 41:57) She believed the vulture goddess had power to stop the famine. Amorite/Babylonian king Abi-Eshuh dams up the Tigris river trying to starve out the Sealanders during the global famine.
Amenemhet III's prosperity continues as he uses Amorite/Babylonian slaves to complete Bahr Yusuf (Joseph's canal) Joseph dies the last year of Amenemhet IV's reign. The Thebean rebel Seqenenre Tao then revolts against Amenemhet IV. Both are killed. Queen Sobekneferu reigns three years fighting Thebean Kamose those same three years. The Hyksos/Canaanite Apepi I the chieftain at Avaris fights against Kamose. Both queen Sobekneferu and Kamose die.
Ten year old Ahmose becomes nomarch at Thebes only becoming king after his victory against Apepi II or Khamudi in his 20th year of reign. Egyptian general Tetian oppossed Ahmose south of Thebes while the Canaanite/Hyksos fought him in the north.
The Thebeans said the Hyksos wars started when a hippo's roar in Thebes in Tao's reign woke up Apepi I some 500 miles away at Avaris. This was a children's tale. Ahmose's family actually helped bring an end to Egypt's prosperous Amenemhet/Senusret dynasty and the next KING to follow Amenemhet IV in history was Ahmose! The Abydos Egyptian kings list is right! Ahmose destroyed all records of Joseph at Biblical On (Genesis 41:45) Heliopolis, Egypt. A pharoah would arise who knew not Joseph (Exodus 1:8) The Egyptians blotted Joseph's name from all their records BEFORE Moses was born.
Thutmose I conquered the Middle-East to the Euphrates river; Thutmose I was paranoid about the growing Hebrew population in Egypt's delta. It wasn't so long before Thutmose I reign Ahmose had kicked the Hyksos out of Egypt in the first Exodus. Thutmose I orders that all Hebrew male children be slain. (Exodus 1:15-17) Thutmose I daughter princess Hatshepsut saves Moses life and raises him to learn the ways of the Egyptians. (Exodus 2:5-10) & (Acts 7:22)
Queen Hatshepsut worships the cow goddess Hathor; Minoans in Egypt's delta draw pictures of Minoan boys jumping over cows. Minoans are the mixed crowd. (Exodus 12:38) Hebrews later in the wilderness worship the golden calf. (Exodus 32:3-4) Hatshepsut reigned for Thutmose II the sickly king. Egypt lost its territory in Asia.
Thutmose III re-conquers the Middle-East to the Euphrates river; Thutmose III requires all Egyptian captives to worship Egyptian gods. Moses refuses. Thutmose III is the Exodus pharoah appearing in history 480 years before king Solomon's 4th year. (1 Kings 6:1) Some 40 years later Joshua enters Jericho and later fights five Amorite kings. The sun stays in the sky for almost 24 hours. (Joshua 10:12-14) The Egyptian peasants were horrified. Egyptian king Amenhotep III reigning while Joshua was at war declares himself the living sun-god. Amenhotep III received the Tel-Amarna letters from Canaanite kings stating the Haribu (Hebrews) had invaded Canaan.
Right now the Palestinians are causing a grand delusion with world leaders. Like in the days of Joshua the Hebrews will win victory.
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