Mankind's migrations in 1700 B.C.
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Submitted by Tom (United States), Jan 17, 2013 at 14:38
Why stop at (10) points to explain the 7 year (Genesis 41:30) global famine? (Genesis 41:57) By the way the Shang Dynasty 7 year famine which would occur at the time of Chinese emperor Ching Tang reign proved to be quite interesting. (I found that on Google) Ching's reign did not begin in 1747 B.C. nor did it begin in 1675 B.C. Ching Tang reign had to be around 1704-1697 B.C. when the global famine took place. (Ching Tang reigned for around 29 years)
(11) The Kingdom of Kush began to arise in 1700 B.C. Why? I imagine because the Black Africans from eastern Africa migrated to the Nile river below Egypt giving birth to this kingdom for their survival.
(12) Archaeologist found artifacts from the earliest data dated to 1700 B.C. in South Africa where the Africans could have been escaping central Africa to find food.
(13) Nordic Bronze Culture begins in northern Europe in 1700 B.C. Bronze tools/weapons were used to hunt wildlife.
(14) The Hittites from Asia-Minor began filtering into northern Assyria. Hittites adopted the Assyrian cuneiform style of writing in 1700 B.C.
(15) South American Indians migrated to Bolivia and established the city of Tiahuanacu in 1700 B.C. according to archaeologist discoveries there.
Joseph's 7 year (Genesis 41:30) global famine (Genesis 41:57) can be revealed by the migrations of people's around the world 1704-1697 B.C. There are even more 1700 B.C. connections to be made I am quite sure.
The Book of Genesis ancient global famine has been verified! Since Genesis is a Jewish book the world won't take so kindly at this verification. We can see the world's hatred for Israel last November when only 9 nations out of 193 nations in the U.N. stood up for Israel. God's on the side of the underdog. Remember the story of David and Goliath? God gave victory to Israel! Standby the Holy Scriptures and you will never go wrong!
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